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Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: October 7, 1930
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14197
Description: A truck drives along the Grove Street spur of the Long Island Rail Road in this southwesterly view over the Mott Street crossing. Partly seen at far left is a two-story brick commercial building housi ... More
Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: October 7, 1930
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14218
Description: An automobile is parked outside the Sheffield Farms Company's Cornaga Avenue location in this view north along McBride Street. Three people can be seen just beyond the Long Island Rail Road crossing o ... More
Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: October 7, 1930
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14237
Description: This view looks west along the tracks over the Long Island Rail Road crossing identified as McBride Street. Signs on the building at left advertise the National Bank of Far Rockaway, Sheffield Farms C ... More
Date: April 20, 1958
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:22416
Description: The cutter suction dredge "Barlow", belonging to the Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Company and said to be the largest such work boat in the world, is seen here off Far Rockaway.
Date: ca. 1945 - 1965
Subject: Hotels
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30137
Description: Rockaway - Frontenac Mansion, Edgemere
Authors: I. Stern
Date: September 6, 1910
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30273
Description: "Fair View Avenue looking north", Fair View Ave. is now Beach 84th Street. St. Rose of Lima Church is on the right, in what is the Hammels section of Rockaway Beach.
Date: March 22, 1910
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30256
Description: View of homes on Oak Street in Far Rockaway. [Oak Street is now Beach 9th Street, and was the section north of Cornaga Avenue].
Authors: William F. Gray
Date: ca. 1910
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30156
Description: South Street showing a view of the Kuloff Hotel at Far Rockaway. The Kuloff Hotel (aka The Kuloff Hotel & Casino) was opened by the Caffrey Family in 1901, on Beach 17th Street in Far Rockaway.
Date: ca. 1905
Subject: Dwellings
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30161
Description: View along Jarvis Lane, Far Rockaway Showing large homes for the wealthy. Jarvis Lane is now Beach 9th Street, in the section that is now south of Cornaga Avenue.
Date: May 1, 1908
Subject: Landscapes | Beaches
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30327
Description: View from what was the Wavecrest section of Rockaway between Edgemere and Far Rockaway.
Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: October 7, 1930
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14205
Description: Looking east along the tracks of the Long Island Railroad's Far Rockaway line from the west side of the Nameoke Avenue (now Nameoke Street) crossing. Signal equipment can be seen on both sides of the ... More
Date: August 28, 1928
Type: Postcards
Identifier: aql:30322
Description: Crowded beach scene with umbrellas and bathers at Rockaway Beach.
Date: Time Period: 2014-2018
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:27553
Description: Heidi Woolever talks about her move to Queens in 2014 from Brooklyn. She is a farmer at Edgemere Farm, Far Rockaway. She discusses her experience in the two boroughs; her farm and herbal company, Rock ... More
Date: Time Period: 2014-2018
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:33712
Description: Heidi Woolever moved to Queens in 2014 from Brooklyn. She is a farmer at Edgemere Farm, Far Rockaway. She discusses her experience in the two boroughs; her farm and herbal company, Rockaway Herbs.
Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: October 7, 1930
Subject: Service stations
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14290
Description: A view north along Aztec Place from a point about 250 feet south of Far Rockaway Boulevard includes a rear view of a shingled frame building at left, possibly an automobile service station, as it bear ... More