The Society’s collection of historic photographs numbers more than 2,500 – including beach scenes, historic buildings, the 1938 hurricane, Quogue residents, local businesses, churches, schools, clubs, and street scenes.
A project to digitize the the Society’s entire collection of photographs is under way. Below are 20 highlights from the collection.
Ladies of Quogue enjoying the beach, August 1887.
"Cousin Mory and R.G. during terrible storm of 1903."
Summer cottage in Ogden Pond following the Hurricane of 1938.
Quogue Street, ca. 1900.
Skating on Ogden Pond, 1920s.
Quogue Beach Club, 1920s.
Stroll down to the beach, ca. 1900.
View of Jessup Avenue, 1930s.
Church of the Atonement, ca. 1898.
Quogue Plumbing on Jessup Avenue, 1930s.
Stage to the Beach, ca. 1910.
Clubhouse of the Quogue Field Club, ca. 1900, after being moved to Club Lane from Jessup Avenue.
Hallock House, one of Quogue's first boarding houses, ca. 1905. Quogue Street and Jessup Avenue.
U.S. Life Saving Station, built in 1912, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Quogue Life Saving Station rescue drill, ca. 1903.
Beach Lane following the Hurricane of 1938.
Post Lane and Niamogue, at the circle, 1942.
Quogue House and Presbyterian Chapel, ca. 1905.
Ocean Avenue bridge, 1888.
Quogue from On High Click here to view aerial photographs of Quogue taken in June 2013.