Last week we asked you to guess where this photo was taken in Port Jefferson and why the building was all decked out.
Commenter Mels Ditties was the first to guess the location.
"Townsend House was a hotel, located on the southeast Corner of Main and East Main Street," she wrote.
April Quiggle also took a stab at it.
"The corner of Main Street and East Main," she wrote. "In the 60s my great aunt lived there."
Although Quggle made a great attempt at which celebration the hotel was decked out for when she wrote, "I'm guessing the celebration is the 4th of July."
Close but no cigar.
"The Townsend House... is decorated for the 1908 Old Home Week celebrations," Village Historian Ken Brady wrote in the caption to this picture on the official Port Jefferson historical archive.
Old Home Week was held in 1908 and again in 1911 as a way to promote tourism and business in Port Jefferson. For more historical photos of Old Home Week click here.
Brady says that the corner was known as "Hotel Square." Click here to see the original photo.
This photo comes from the Kenneth Brady Collection and was used with permission. Find thousands of historical photos in the digital archive of historical images on the Port Jefferson village website.