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    Date: June 6 1911
    Type: postcard; digital image
    Identifier: aql:17966
    Description: Steeplechase Park and boardwalk in Rockaway Beach. This postcard was addressed to a woman named Viola in Westchester, New York and carries a one cent stamp on the back.
    Date: August 26, 1933
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30205
    Description: Steeplechase, baths and boardwalk, Rockaway Beach. Steeplechase Park was built by George Tilyou who had earlier built the more well known Steeplechase Park in Coney Island, NY.
    Date: August 21, 1934
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30281
    Description: Beach scene, at Riis Park. Riis Park was named for social reform journalist Jacob Riis, who advocated for the creation of the park. The original Art Deco bathhouse opened in 1932, but Robert Moses beg ... More
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 1983
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:28367
    Description: Stauch's Baths (Demolished 1992) at Stillwell Avenue and the Boardwalk, from the beach.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 1983
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:28377
    Description: The Abandon Stauch's Baths, Stillwell Avenue and Boardwalk.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 1983
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:27945
    Description: The old Stauch's Baths at right, looking north east from the beach towards the Boardwalk between West 15th Street and Stillwell Avenue.
    Date: ca. 1940
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30162
    Description: The bath house, at Jacob Riis Park. This is the Robert Moses renovation of the bath house designed by Aymar Embury II, who frequently collaborated with Moses on public projects, it was completed in 19 ... More
    Date: August 19, 1931
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30275
    Description: Ostend Baths and Beach, Far Rockaway. Ostend Place is named after the Ostend Hotel and Baths.
    Date: ca. 1910
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30236
    Description: View from the beach of Steeplechase Park, at Rockaway Beach. this was a bathhouse and amusement area opened by George C. Tilyou's called Steeplechase Park (he also had one at Coney Island), it was nex ... More
    Date: 1906
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30264
    Description: A beach scene at Seaside with beach, ocean, swimmers, and beach pavilions, Wainwright and Smith's Bathing Pavilion is center right in the background.
    Date: ca. 1905
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30214
    Description: View of people on the beach, Wainwright and Smith's Bathing Pavilion Annex in the background. William Wainwright (b. 1836) was a real-estate developer who was largely responsible for the transformatio ... More
    Date: July 10, 1934
    Type: Postcards
    Identifier: aql:30145
    Description: Jacob Riis Park in Neponsit, Rockaway. Riis Park was named for social reform journalist Jacob Riis, who advocated for the creation of the park. The Art Deco bathhouse opened in 1932, and was designed ... More
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