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Date: July 5 1931
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:30869
Description: Sunday campers below the old garbage disposal plant at Barren Island.
Authors: S. Hirschberg
Date: June 26, 1911
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30135
Description: Tent City, Seaside, Rockaway Beach. In 1903, Frank Chaffee, a sail and tent maker, opened Rockaway Beach’s largest tent city, between Beach 106 Street and Beach 109 Street, from Rockaway Boulevard to ... More
Date: August 25, 1908
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30168
Description: Frank Chaffee's Tent City, Rockaway Beach, N.Y. In 1903, Frank Chaffee, a sail and tent maker, opened Rockaway Beach’s largest tent city, between Beach 106 Street and Beach 109 Street, from Rockaway B ... More
Authors: Giedra Kregzdys
Date: 1973
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:17054
Description: Sisters Giedra and Rasa Kregzdys test a tent in the backyard of their Woodhaven home.
Authors: Gadaleta, Cosmo
Date: circa 1939
Type: black-and-white negatives
Identifier: aql:2151
Description: Entrance to the Gardens on Parade exhibit which featured flower and horticultural displays created the Horticultural Society of New York, the Society of American Florists, the New York Botanical Garde ... More
Date: circa 1913
Subject: Tents | Beaches | Summer
Type: postcard; digital image
Identifier: aql:17982
Description: "Tent Colony"; Sign advertises "Tents to Let," on a beach area surrounded by houses on Rockaway Beach.
Authors: I. Stern
Date: ca. 1910
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30243
Description: Tent City, Seaside, Rockaway Beach. In 1903, Frank Chaffee, a sail and tent maker, opened Rockaway Beach’s largest tent city, between Beach 106 Street and Beach 109 Street, from Rockaway Boulevard to ... More
Date: ca. 1910
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30320
Description: Tent City, Rockaway Beach. In 1903, Frank Chaffee, a sail and tent maker, opened Rockaway Beach’s largest tent city, between Beach 106 Street and Beach 109 Street, from Rockaway Boulevard to the ocean ... More
Authors: S. Hirschberg
Date: ca. 1910
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30172
Description: Tent City, Rockaway Beach. Auer’s tent city was laid out on land rented from George C. Tilyou of Coney Island, at the southeast corner of Beach 98 Street and the Rockaway Boulevard, inside Tilyou’s st ... More
Date: ca. 1905
Subject: Tents | Beaches | Beachgoers
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30232
Description: Photo of a smiling coup in front of a beach tent at Rockaway Beach, other tent dweller can be seen in side and to the sides of the tent. A sign stuck in the sand says "Camp Lowerre nuf-sed".
Date: 1898
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10686
Description: Civilian friends and relatives of soldiers visit the campgrounds.
Date: 1898
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10487
Description: Several soldiers at ease, with remains of a campfire in the foreground and utility lines in the background.
Date: ca. 1895
Type: glass plate negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:11843
Description: Five members of the Seventeenth National Guard Separate Company of Flushing, pose at the entrance of a tent in Camp Townshend at Peekskill.
Date: ca. 1895
Type: glass plate negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:12280
Description: Five members of the Seventeenth National Guard Separate Company of Flushing pose at the entrance of a tent in Camp Townshend at Peekskill.
Date: August 13, 1907
Subject: Tents | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30228
Description: One of the many tent colony's and tent cities that popped up all over the Rockaway Beach peninsula between 1900 until about 1914 when the tents were replaced by bungalows.
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