Remember, there is magic throughout the land. The East End quietly boasts an unparalleled history—full of thousands of legendary events, places, and people that will take you to another time, another place, and another world you never knew existed.
Frank Mundus. Bianca Jagger. Bill McCoy. Carl Fisher. Arthur Benson. The Blue Parrot. Back at the Ranch. Peter Beard. The Copa Cola Club. Sag Harbor Whaling. Stephen Talkhouse. George Watson. Jacqueline Onassis. Captain Kidd. Camp Hero. The list is endless.
In curating our Throwback Issue, we found ourselves in attics, basements, libraries, and often at the bar at Shagwong’s, reviewing countless iconic photos and listening to stories that you would not believe even if Tom Hanks* came to you in a summer’s day dream and whispered them gently into your ear.
In the following gallery, you’ll experience a collection of our findings—storied images that have masterfully danced upon the clock’s ever-turning hour-hands, making it all the way to right here and right now.
In an age where hyperactivity allows for much of what is memorable to be all-too-quickly forgotten, we hope you’ll find joy in the timelessness that follows.
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* – a 2013 study by Reader’s Digest concluded that Tom Hanks is the most trusted man in America