People pose on the street with a bicycle and a woman stands on a porch of a storefront in what used to be called Echo. It's a building that still stands today even though the picture was taken in 1915.
The postcard is part of the Kenneth Brady Collection. The image can be found in the official historical archive of Port Jefferson.
Can you tell where in modern day Port Jefferson this photo was taken? Put your best guess in the comments below. We will have an answer on Patch later this week.
If you are cleaning out the "junk" you've accumulated over the years and come across old photos, postcards, documents, brochures, letters, calendars or anything having to do with Terryville, Port Jefferson Station or Echo, consider donating them to the Cumsewogue Historical Society.
They are always looking for advertising items from local businesses whether they are long gone or still open. If you don't wish to part with your old photos, please consider allowing them to scan them for the archive. They will then be returned to you.
Please contact the Cumsewogue Historical Society at (631) 928-7622 or e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All donations are tax deductible and you will be given a receipt for your donation.
The Cumsewogue Historical Society will meet next on Wednesday April 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Terryville Union Hall on Terryville Road in Port Jefferson Station.