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Date: August 9, 1917
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30227
Description: A crowd of beachgoers in front of the amusement parks at Seaside in Rockaway Beach, N.Y.
Authors: I. Stern
Date: August 4, 1908
Subject: Beachgoers
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30152
Description: Crowds of tourists coming off the steam boat at Rockaway Beach.
Authors: I. Stern
Date: August 28, 1908
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30254
Description: Sunbathing in Hammels, Rockaway Beach. Hammel was named for a local landowner, Louis Hammel (1836-1904). It originated as a summer community based on a series of boardwalks that ran between the Bay an ... More
Authors: I. Stern
Date: 1907
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30305
Description: Bathing scene at Rockaway Beach; beachgoers in suits and turn of the century swim costumes on the sand. [Same as postcard as jsc-000061]
Authors: I. Stern
Date: 1907
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30301
Description: Bathing scene at Rockaway Beach; beachgoers in suits and turn of the century swim costumes on the sand. [Same as postcard as jsc-000061]
Date: 1907
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30239
Description: View of crowds at the beach with the Switch-back railroad in the background. This was one of the first roller coasters and was built by LaMarcus Adna Thompson (he first made The Coney Island Switchbac ... 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: 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
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