“Boarding House Row,” Quogue Street, ca. 1900.
Post House, 1906. The Post House, located on Quogue Street and Ocean Avenue, was the largest of the boarding houses, advertising 150 rooms — with closets!
Cooper House, ca. 1900, Quogue Street and Beach Lane.
Foster House, ca. 1910, Quogue House in background.
Guests on the porch of the “East Cottage” of the Gardiner House on Quogue Street, ca. 1910. The Post House can be seen in the background on the left.
The beach stage made several trips a day from the boarding houses on Quogue Street down Beach Lane to the ocean beach. 1912 postcard.
Beach scene, ca. 1910.
The Beach at Quogue, ca, 1910.
Pen Craig, one of many summer cottages built at the turn of the 20th century.