POLLING PLACES

IN THE TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD*

We, the undersigned, composing the Board of Town Officers, as by law constituted for that purpose, hereby certify that we have this 9th day of September, 1891, held a meeting and have appointed and designated the polling places for several Election Districts of the Town of Hempstead are hereby declared to be as follows, to wit:
District No. 1- In the Wheelwright Shop of Seaman Brothers, in Wantagh, in said district.
District No. 2-In the house of Mrs. Nancy McFarland, at Smithville South, in said district.
District No. 3-In the store of Peter Fream, at East Meadow, in said district.
District No. 4-In Firemenís Hall, in Freeport, in said district.
District No. 5-In the house of Royal Mollineaux, formerly William Carman, in Greenwich Point, in said district.
District No. 6- In the house of Protection Hose Co., No. 3, on Prospect street, in the village of Hempstead, in said district.
District No. 7- In the Town Hall, in the village of Hempstead, in said district.
District No. 8- In the hall of Tredwell D. Smith, in Baldwins, in said district.
District No. 9- In the late store of Phebe A. Rider, in Oceanville, in said district.
District No. 10- In Atheneum Hall, in Rockville Centre, in said district.
District No. 11- In the shop of Selah L. Payne, on Greenwich street, in the village of Hempstead, in said district.
District No. 12- In the feed store of Clowes & Nichols, on Main street, in the village of Hempstead, in said district.
District No. 13-In the Truck House of Rescue Hook and Ladder Co. at Pearsalls, in said district.
District No. 14- In the Truck House of Empire Hook and Ladder Co. at Woodsburgh, in said district.
District No. 15- In the house of Christopher Schreiber at Valley Stream, in said district.
District No. 16- In the house of John West, in Valley Stream, in said district.
District No. 17- In the Casino in Garden City, in said district.
District No. 18- In the Truck House of Washington Hood and Ladder Co., in Cedarhurst, in said district.
District No. 19- In the Truck House of Electric Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, at Inwood, in said district.
District No. 20- In the Court House of Edmund J. Healy at Far Rockaway, in said district.
District No. 21- In the Truck House of Oceanus Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, near Hollandís Station, in said district.

Dated Hempstead, Sept. 9th, 1891
Thomas D. Smith, Supervisor.
James B. Curley, Town Clerk
Assessors:
Theodore W. Arms
Jacob Valentine
Alfro I. Moore
Robert L. S. Duryea
Samuel L. Pearsall

*Source- South Side Observer; Oct. 09, 1891

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Translated & edited by Linda Pearsall Harvey