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  1. Found by the first responders, this damaged American flag was raised as a symbol of hope in Breezy P[...]
    Hurricane Sandy First Responders

  2. One year old Richard Lee playing on the swing set next to his first house in Woodside, Queens.[...]
    Baby Boy on Swing

  3. After the devastating storm on October 29, 2012, residents of Broad Channel had to line up at a post[...]
    Postal Service Delayed by Hurricane Sandy

  4. Spray painted sign in window of Ella's beauty salon.[...]
    Broad Channel after Hurricane Sandy

  5. View of "St. Albans' Greatest: They All Lived Here" mural located beneath the St. Albans' Long Islan[...]
    St. Albans Greatest: They All Lived Here II

  6. Memorial Bench for "The Angels of Ocean Avenue" Patrick Sullivan, Vincent D. Kane, and Kevin J. Pfei[...]
    9/11 Memorial Bench

  7. Basic training at Parris Island in South Carolina. Paul Slapikas joined the Marines in 1962 as a 22 [...]
    Basic Training at Parris Island

  8. Donald A. Hill, better known by his artist name "Honcho," was one of the earliest New York City deej[...]
    Donald A. Hill Press Photo

  9. Life vest lies in road after Hurricane Sandy, Broad Channel.[...]
    Broad Channel after Hurricane Sandy

  10. The Tabaco family had a party with another family.[...]
    Tabaco Family Party

  11. Mildred Kessler with Mel and Ruth Kappel resting under a tree in 1956.[...]
    Mildred Kessler, Mel and Ruth Kappel

  12. A young Edward Joseph Scalon posing in his parent's house in 220 Est 76th Street, New York City. Mr.[...]
    Edward Joseph Scanlon Sr. Childhood Portrait