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This is a photo from the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens from spring 1974.

--John Salmon


This is a photo of Prospect Park Lake taken in the spring of 1974.

--John Salmon


This is a photo dated Nov. '70 of the Myrtle Ave El being torn down.

--Lillian Zito Humphrey


This picture of Holy Innocents School was taken some time in the 40's. It is looking down East 16th Street from Beverly Road. The two entrances were gender specific, one for boys and one for girls.
Keith A. Reinsdorf adds: The school was located on the northeast corner of Beverly Road and East 17th Street, with its front facing onto East 17th Street. The photo was taken from the southwest corner of the same intersection. Therefore, the view is looking mainly northward up East 17th Street.

--Ted Thomas


This picture was taken in 1947 when I was 11 years old. I recall the arch as "Grand Army Plaza" right near Prospect Park. It was walking distance from our home on Pacific street.

--John Kaminski


This was a Season Pass to Farragut Pool from the Summer of 1964

--Mike Dwyer


Here's a picture of my grandparents Thomas & Virginia Pappas' store in South Brooklyn. Being that they were from Greece, having an Italian deli was quite an accomplishment! This was on the corner of Union Street and Third Avenue. I don't know when the photo was taken. There is a wreath on the window that says SUCCESS. Virginia died in 1951. Later, my dad, John, ran the store with his dad until 1961.

--Karen Hergenrider


This is a photo of Lundy's, the landmark seafood restaurant on Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay. The photograph was taken by me in September 1969.

--Eric Goodman


July 1, 1971. Spectators gather at the entrance to the General Post Office at 271 Cadman Plaza East for ceremonies marking the end of the Post Office Department and the inauguration of the United States Postal Service.

--Eric Goodman


This was the Times Plaza Hotel on Atlantic Avenue between 3rd Avenue and Nevins Street. Taken from a rooftop on Pacific Street about 1945.

-- John Kaminski





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