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City: East Hampton


Situated in the village of East Hampton on Long Island’s storied East End, BookHampton provides a vibrant year-round environment for discovering books that intrigue, amuse, educate, and inspire. A dedicated and knowledgeable staff, lively events with fascinating authors, and a warm, welcoming space all combine to create a community space for book lovers.

Home Sweet Home, John Howard Payne House

Home Sweet Home, 14 James Lane, East Hampton, New York, is the house at which John Howard Payne spent his childhood. It is on The National Register of Historic Places, open different times, different months. Inside is a chest made in 1640 which is documented to be the oldest piece of furniture made in the … Continued

Green River Cemetery

Green River Cemetery in Springs, Town of East Hampton, New York, is where Pulitzer Prize winning writer Jean Stafford, newspaper columnist Pierre Franey, art historian and critic Henry Geldzahler, newspaper columnist A. J. Liebling, writer Jan Yoors, poet Hilda Morley, poet Frank O’Hara, art critic Harold Rosenberg, and writer D. H. Melhem are buried.