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Date: August 6, 1958
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:16726
Description: Swimming instructor Patricia Smith (left) gives a lesson to 6-year-old Miki Fukushini at Stehli Beach, as another unidentified child looks on.
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: July 4, 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21185
Description: The Daughters of the American Revolution aboard the Alvera, on the 4th of July. This photograph is probably taken July 4, 1926 (possibly earlier, but not later) by August C. Siebeneichen (ACS). The Si ... More
Date: July 28, 1960
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:16765
Description: Swimming instructor Patricia Smith gives a lesson to James Whyte at Stehli Beach.
Authors: Lorraine Passero
Date: 1930s
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:23242
Description: Margaret Capua and a friend swimming in the East River
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21196
Description: August C. Siebeneichen (1857-1927), proprietor of the Meadow Camp boathouse located on Hook Creek in Jamaica Bay. August C. Siebeneichen is seen standing behind his daughter Louisa (1880-1968), and gr ... More
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21191
Description: Digging for bait at the beach. This family traditionally dug for bait and did not purchase bait even later in life when bait stores became more popular. Louisa M. Siebeneichen (center), Margaret Siebe ... More
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21190
Description: Thomas L. Shearer (b 1905) on his row boat, fishing. Thomas was 21 when this photo was taken. The Siebeneichen Boathouse (Meadow Camp) is in the background. Thomas L. Shearer was the great uncle to th ... More
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21192
Description: View of Hook Creek looking along an inlet.
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21194
Description: On a sail boat at Hook Creek. Thomas L. Shearer (sitting) and August C. Siebeneichen (standing) with female neighbor and the American flag.
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21189
Description: Once a bird hunting camp for the Siebeneichen family, the The Siebeneichen Boathouse (Meadow Camp) was turned into a family beach house in the later years. The Siebeneichen family owned this beach hou ... More
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21195
Description: Thomas Shearer, August P.Shearer (nicknamed Wee Wee) and their mother Louise M. Siebeneichen at a boathouse. August P. Shearer is the grandfather to the collector, Pamela Griffin Hansen.
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1926
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21186
Description: Summer family time at the Siebeneichen boathouse at the end of their dock. On the left in boat is Thomas L. Shearer (b.1905); on the right is August P. Shearer (b.1911); The woman in the back is Louis ... More
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1920s
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21183
Description: The Siebeneichen grandchildren and neighbors swimming in Hook Creek.
Date: 1910
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10520
Description: Swimmers enjoy a float anchored off shore.
Authors: Pamela Hansen
Date: 1903
Subject: Swimming | Boathouses
Type: Digital image, photograph
Identifier: aql:21188
Description: The Siebeneichen men bird hunting at Meadow Camp, Hook Creek, Jamaica Bay in 1903.
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