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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, January 26, 1978, Image 12

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TWELVE THE EAST HAMPTON STAR, EAST HAMPTON, N.Y., JANUARY 26, 1978 Stuck behind the Hampton Five and Ten, East Hampton. Shoreline It’s no wonder East Hampton High School, and all others, are closed. Jack Graves Ice Floes, Three Mile Harbor. Tim Gleason Harry White and his four-year-old son Robbie emerge from the American Hotel’s tunnel, Sag Harbor. Mister White Snoopy decorates Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton. Shoreline More Snow Than In Four horses and a pony leave Herb Field’s farm for a canter up Main Street, Amagansett. Susan Pollack About A Decade Kids make tracks on the highest pile of snow around, the Reutershan Parking Waves cover the dock Lot, East Hampton. Jack Graves and wash over the bulkhead at Tom Salb’s Shelter Island Sound-front property, North Haven. Tim Neale Snow fills the photographer’s boat. Tim Gleason Shoreline Bob Aldrich of Sag Harbor surveys the situation on Route 114, East Hampton.

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