The Setauket Rubber Factory

Setauket Rubber Factory, Long Island Museum, 1976.017.0057.jpg

Dublin Core


The Setauket Rubber Factory


Business; Factory


Watercolor and India ink on paper showing the front of the Setauket Rubber Factory complex. Foreground to left and center shows a grassy field bordered in split rail fencing, man and woman walk along path cutting across one corner of the field; to right side, a dirt road curves around the outside corner of the field's fence, man driving two-horse cart traveling towards the viewer. Midground shows factory buildings with several people walking around outside some of the buildings; two buildings to far left are three- and four-story large brick structures with smoke stacks rising behind them; six additional structures visibile in center and right mid- and background, four buildings in midground all finished with yellow clapboarding and red roofing. Background is a grey and white sky, cloudy and partially filled with smoke from the factory. Detail from composite image photographed for albumen print reproduction.


Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist]


Edward Lange (1846-1912), The Setauket Rubber Factory, n.d., Watercolor and India ink on paper, 3.9375 x 6.6875 in. (unframed), Long Island Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Melville, 1976, 1976.017.0057


3.9375 x 6.6875 in. (unframed)




Watercolor and India ink on paper

Spatial Coverage

New York; Suffolk County; Town of Brookhaven; Setauket-East Setauket

Rights Holder

Long Island Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Melville, 1976, 1976.017.0057


Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist], “The Setauket Rubber Factory,” The Art of Edward Lange , accessed July 14, 2024,