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I am trying to find a photography studio that was there in 1960. He died after suffering a fractured skull fighting a two alarm in 1935. After school went to Jahns before taking the bus home to Glendale. Many a good man and many a good memory came flooding back. My father's great uncle, Charlie Mulligan, owned a bar called Mulligan's on Myrtle Ave, I believe in the lower 60's of streets. If anyone knows what the address was or even has pictures, please email me! Is there a list of WWII casualties that went to RHHS?
He complained of feeling faint and nobody called for a doctor or ambulance and he was dead in the morning. He had a high level of alcohol in his system BECAUSE HE WAS SELF-MEDICATING TO KILL THE PAIN. My mother was Elizabeth Schnoor and my father was John Wubbenhorst, and they met after the war. I'm trying to find out about Robert, who I think served in the army and was KIA.
Cue 'Saturday in the Park' - the last Saturday of the Summer in Forest Park to be precise, for the 44th Annual Park Fair. Bob Nagel NYFD gave his life in an attempt to save others at ground zero. My growing up there was an education that carried me through my entire life. I was fortunate to live quite close to the Park and practically lived there. Lived in Richmond Hill in the fifties, sixties, and seventy's. Lived on 111th street between Jamaica and 86th avenue. To Eric, Our Lady of Perpetual Help is the local parish for the area where your father grew up. John's Prep (Vincentian), Trinity (Marianist brothers), St. I knew O'Neills and some of the names I remember are the Galvin's and the Hughes. Hi, We are a group of librarians and educators who are curating and creating the best educational resources for kids on the web. 60 yearbook from 1980 which is the year I would have graduated? wish i could go back in time snd be ther right now. anyone who might remember me, please send me an e-mail.
Thanks to singer-guitarist Dennis Doyle & band mate for an enjoyable concert. Bob was an alum of Molly HS and SJU as well as a Viet Nam vet, husband, and Dad. My father was the bartender at Baumans Bar and Grill. Hello, Does anyone remember the 92nd street Dental Clinic? Stories are great, times were good, didn't seem like much to worry about back then. Our next piece is a series of lesson plans using genealogy as a way to teach students about history. My family moved away to Bergen County, NJ where I started the 6th grade. I only have fond memories of growing up on 96th Street and Jamaica Avenue. Happy New Year to all Richmond Hill present and past residents. Both of my parents went to Richmond Hill High School in the 1940s.
After many years in NJ and Illinois, Susan and I visited RH and were disappointed in the lack of trees and the bad condition of the remaining ones. met by war monument which had the names of all Richmond Hill's Vets. i would love to hear from anyone one who might remember me. Always went with my brother and sister to Cypress Pool on the J train, ate lots of ice cream at Jahn's, stayed cool at RKO movies, and Sunday's we went to Rockaway Beach! Although I was quite small when we moved I still hold great memories of the neighborhood. I found a blog, Heather Likes Food, and there's a recipe German Crumb Cake that is very similar to Gebhard's.
We were also surprised that Jahn's Ice Cream Parlour was completely empty on a Sunday afternoon. My cousins Eddie and George Blank and Artie and Bobby Brooks were on two of the good softball teams of the time the Atomics and the Royals. I miss those days very much but thankful I had those times in my life. Lived in Richmond Hill during the 1960s near Metropolitan Ave. Great memories of Forest Park, Victory Field, the Carousel, and Bandshell. Had fun hanging out at PS66 and going to all the stores on the "avenue" such as "Marie's" candy store, Wise drugs, vegetable store on Jamaica Avenue, and Woolworth's to name a few. Among the possibilities for your father's HS could be: Bishop Loughlin, Brooklyn Prep (Jesuit), St. It is so delicious and tastes even better the next day! later on going to the Triangle Hofbrau for a great meal with great company and beer.
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If anyone could provide any information regarding this facility, I would be very grateful. We lived on a few other streets which I am trying where they were. Remember Uncle Jacks, Kresges 5 & 10, and Al Diamonds record shop. I lived in Richmond Hill from 1950 to 1956 and loved it. I attended the 2010 reunion and reconnected with so many, everyone having a great time. I know there are some of you out there that use to egg Grannies candy store on 95th avenue and also played buck johnny on a pony by the garages!!!
Costigan, Bill Welcht, the guy who took the dues, Al. I am a little disappointed more of my childhood friends haven't found this site. that closed during WW II after a farewell party for the owner's son who was going off to serve. I was trying to learn more about the Lefferts Family after visiting their historic house museum in Brooklyn. Loving father of Christopher, daughter-in-law Janine, Lori, and Gary. Thank you, Eric Mooney My grandparents brought me here many years ago to visit the area back in the 1980s. My family lived in Richmond Hill near Jamaica Hospital and Van Wyck Expressway area. Thank you You can take the kid out of Richmond Hill, but... Been gone almost 40 years but to this day, my best of times occurred in Richmond Hill.
I am glad that it still has Richmond Hillites visiting and writing. I would also like to know what happened to Karl's Motors, a BSA and Yamaha dealership from that same period. So much fun finding this website and reading everyone's entries. I believe I have exhausted all on line info and will go to the library when I visit New York but wondered if anyone had information on this part of our history.
Dave O To: Dave O"halloran, I think you and I were in scouts about the same time. It has been a while since my last visit to this site. I attended and graduated from PS 90 in 1963 where I had the best teachers, especially Mr. Jahns, the Richmond Hill Inn, Triangle Hofbrau, and we'd take the el to Jamaica for the great shopping. I am a motorcycle enthusiast who would like to know were the Cycle Gear store was located back in 1973. I was an altar boy along with Sean, who became a priest - but later resigned. I am on a recent quest to find out which corner of Atlantic Ave and Van Wyck Blvd the Camp Curtis Noyes trading camp for the War of Rebellion was located on.
Timing wise, I went to the last 2 summer camps at Pouch and then it was moved to Sanita Hills in Duchess County. Does anyone remember a store on Jamaica Ave that sold Christmas decorations and lights? I grew up on 112th Street between Jamaica Ave and 87th Ave. There were so many great places to go to in Richmond Hill... The Shelton, Harvey's, Glenn's, Marshalls, Triangle. With Sean Courtney, Robert Capuder, Benedict Oddo, Kathleen Meyers, and all. Of the 5 boroughs, Brooklyn has the most people, but Queens is the largest in land area. As a family genealogist (Nono-professional) and history buff I feel as if I understand the hours it takes to research but also the satisfaction.