Lindenhurst by Joseph Brysiewicz

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Lindenhurst Living. Real-estate developer Morton Engle's desire to create a post-war suburb from the remnants of the Lehmann family's, Depression-era country estate marked the birth of the village of Lindenhurst in 1956. Meant as a balance of country living and modern amenity, Lindenhurst's history remains a story of carefully preserving that balance.Now, more than fifty years after its birth, the village continues to experience rapid growth in both residences and businesses. This book uncovers and explores a selection of interesting stories, photographs, conflicts, and compromises from Lindenhurst's first fifty years. As Lindenhurst continues to progress, its history becomes more important than ever.
 

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Published May 13, 2008 by iUniverse. 88 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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