“Collective Identity: Photographs & Tintype Images Celebrating African American and Native American Diversity in 19th-Century Eastville”

These distinguished tintype portraits were hidden from view for decades, nailed to the floorboards of a Sag Harbor cottage as a flooring material until discovered in 1978. Through the painstaking research and restoration efforts of the Eastville Community Historical Society, these distinguished identities have been brought to life. Presented in partnership with the Eastville Community Historical Society.

Press Release
subscribe