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Authors: I. Stern
Date: July 19, 1910
Subject: Steamboats | Piers
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30207
Description: Steamboat landing at dock, Rockaway Beach.
Date: ca. 1910
Subject: Hotels | Piers
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30224
Description: Landing of Knickerbocker Steamboat Co. on the Jamaica Bay side of Seaside at Rockaway Beach. Sea Side House Hotel can be seen in the background.
Date: 1905
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10448
Description: A protected area is roped off for swimmers, some of whom use the short lengths of hanging rope to steady themselves in the surf. These "bather safety lines" first appeared on Rockaway beaches in 1876, ... More
Date: 1905
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10640
Description: Four women find it challenging to smile for the photographer while facing into the afternoon sun in front of a pier at the water's edge.
Date: August 17, 1912
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30303
Description: Holland Avenue is now Beach 92nd Street. The Holland section of the Rockaways went from Beach 88th to Beach 100th Streets, and was named after the Holland family which ran a hotel there, and later a p ... More
Date: August 17, 1903
Subject: Piers | Beaches | Beachgoers
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30258
Description: Men and women enjoy the beach in the foreground of the Old Iron Pier, located at Beach 105th Street. The Iron Pier contained a restaurant, ballroom, barbershop, and steamer landing, by 1926 what remai ... More
Date: September 1, 1913
Subject: Piers | Boardwalks
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30263
Description: The Seaside Iron Pier in Rockaway Beach was located at Beach 105th Street. The Iron Pier was 1.080 feet long when built in 1880; it contained a restaurant, ballroom, barbershop, and steamer landing. A ... More
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