|Title Page. The pages are not numbered, but the images are numbered in order.||"Entrance Lodge." This building is still there.||"Many Miles of Delightful Drives."|
|"The Belle Terre Club is located in the midst of the Belle Terre Estates at Port Jefferson, L. I. While designed primarily for residents of the Belle Terre colony, it also welcomes to its hospitality, as guests, those who desire for a longer or shorter period to make an experimental stay at the Estates with a view to permanent affiliation with the colony..."||"... In order to maintain the
standard set for itself, the management reserves the privilege of
declining applicants who in its judgment would find themselves out of
harmony with the avowed spirit of the Club colony."
"The Club House provides resident accommodations for about one hundred members, with several auxiliary detached cottages...."
|"The sleeping rooms are large, airy and well lighted. They are arranged singly or en suite [see floor plans below]. All have private baths or stationary lavatories, and most of them open fire-places. The furniture is birdseye maple and mahogany..." "The Club farm and garden produce the finest fruits and vegetables, and a model certified dairy of imported Guernseys supplies the richest of milk and cream..."|
|Bungalow||Cedars and Daisies - Belle Terre||"Belle Terre has a shore front of over two miles on Port Jefferson Harbor, ... has a depth of from twelve to seventy-five feet."|
|"Corner of Living Room-Club House." "The great living-room, with its two massive fire-places, its easy chairs and cheery atmosphere, is most attractive."||"About 400 acres of rolling meadow are at present occupied by the Club's Golf Course. It consists of 9 holes with a playing distance of 3200 yards..."||"Southern End of Dining Room." "The large dining room, with its broad veranda overlooking the water, will easily accommodate two hundred."|
|"...woodland drives are reserved
for the exclusive use of horses..."
Until the completion of the new Motor Parkway the most direct and desirable route to Belle Terre for motorists from New York is by way of Jericho Turnpike.... This road is in very good condition, except during the early spring and late autumn."
|"Motorists with light-powered cars, instead of climbing the steep hill at East Broadway in Port Jefferson, may turn south on Main street toward the station, taking the last left-hand turn before reaching the station, and following the signs reading 'Belle Terre.'"||"There are ten trains each day to and from New York, via Long Island R. R. from East 34th Street, also from Flatbush Avenue Station, Brooklyn, giving an express service during the season of an hour and twenty minutes, with special 'Belle Terre' car attached to the most luxurious train. Rates, Five Dollars a Day and Up."|