Patricia Rosendale

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Date: May 30, 1955
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17748
Description: Memorial Day parade on Rockaway Beach Boulevard. The former Rockaway Beach National Bank and parking for Rockaway Playland can be seen on the right.
Date: Jul 28, 1929
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17742
Description: Three railroad workers standing in front of Broad Channel Station.
Date: circa 1973
Type: color photographs
Identifier: aql:17717
Description: Men holding flags at North Channel Yacht club. The man on the left, front is James A. Robertson.
Date: 1948
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17724
Description: James Robertson with his son Jimmy and daughter Pat (now Rosendale) at Rockaway Beach, 1948.
Date: circa 1939
Subject: Portraits
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17735
Description: Posed photo of Patricia Rosendale, then Robertson, as a baby.
Date: circa 1920
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17752
Description: A couple posing in an automobile. They are identified as Joseph Richard McLaughlin and his wife Harriet.
Date: circa 1920
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17760
Description: Ten railroad workers standing on the tracks near the Broad Channel Station.
Date: 1920
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17716
Description: Five railroad workers standing in standing on the tracks near Broad Channel Station.
Date: circa 1917
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17731
Description: Rockaway Celtics Basketball team photo.
Date: Aug 1, 1939
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17730
Description: Three men posing by window, in an office. The man in the center is Joseph McLaughlin, the donor's grandfather. The three men worked on the railroad.
Date: Mar 1, 1939
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17744
Description: Three men standing on a railroad bridge. The man on the left is Joseph McLaughlin, the donor's grandfather. The three men worked on the railroad.
Date: February 1, 1934
Subject: Tugboats
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17757
Description: The Oil Tanker Poling Bros. No. 5 on Jamaica Bay.
Date: Apr 1, 1922
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17766
Description: Diver in atmospheric diving suit, with helmet on, working for the railroad.
Date: Apr 1, 1922
Type: black-and-white photographs
Identifier: aql:17722
Description: Diver in atmospheric diving suit, with helmet off, working for the railroad.
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