Here are some more of the photos from the New York Archives along with other photographers photos. Each one of them will take you back to a place that once was filled with many of our memories. Time does not stand still. Many of these places are still there . The times have changed and some of the views are new, but many are the same. The part of the Rockaway’s that was destroyed by Robert Moses and left to die is finding new life with new families as they discover the wonder of the sea and the wonderful boardwalk. I still say there is no place like home.
A Story of LoveA Story of Love: Andrew Reach & Bruce Baumwoll and Our beloved Dogs and Cats found on the Streets from Central Park, New York to West Hollywood, California to Miami Shores, Florida to Cleveland Ohio. All sent to save us and to take us on the path we have ended up on. God’s little angels.This is their story and ours. Read More….
Store Coming Soon
- Reflections: Going Forward from Edgemere – Far Rockaway Archives to Baumwoll Archives
- New York City Archives 2
- rockaways photos 2
- The Wonderful world of Rockaway’s Playland
- The Photography of Margaret Bourke-White: “Ball” composed by Craig Armstrong, performed by The London Session Orchestra from the score to the Motion Picture Plunkett & Macleane