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Name Ocean Parkway (New York, N.Y.)

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Image of Hotel Riccadonna - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Hotel Riccadonna - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

The Hotel Riccadonna, on Ocean Parkway. Coney Island about 1910. Purchased from J. S. Hall Sept. 1937 [verso]

Image of Ocean Parkway and Beach 1904 - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Ocean Parkway and Beach 1904 - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Ocean Parkway and Beach 1904 [handwritten on recto] A view of Ocean Parkway and the beach at Brighton Beach with people walking on the beach and along the parkway. The ocean is visible in the distance. Srapbook page from "Views of Coney Island, Volume 3" by Eugene Armbruster.

Image of View on the Ocean Parkway within half a block of Kensington. - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

View on the Ocean Parkway within half a block of Kensington. - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

VIEW ON THE OCEAN PARKWAY WITHIN HALF A BLOCK OF KENSINGTON. [printed on recto] View of Ocean Parkway with a man on a horse in the middle of the road. Scrapbook page from "Views of New York City Brooklyn and other places. Volume I" compiled by Eugene Armbruster.

Image of [Debris from Hurricane Sandy] - MIchael Claro Hurricane Sandy Photographs

[Debris from Hurricane Sandy] - MIchael Claro Hurricane Sandy Photographs

These pictures show the unbelievable force that the rising ocean and wind hit our shores with. Notice the complete devastation of the asphalt and stone walkways and the pulling away of huge sections of thick stone platforms that were thrown hundreds of feet from their original foundations. (Photographer) Debris from damaged stone walkways is pictured near Belt Parkway, as people walk by in the background.

Image of [Damaged car from Hurricane Sandy] - MIchael Claro Hurricane Sandy Photographs

[Damaged car from Hurricane Sandy] - MIchael Claro Hurricane Sandy Photographs

After awhile I got back into my car and started off toward Coney Island. The streets on the way looked surreal. Water logged cars strewn everywhere and people wandering around with that stunned look on their faces, still struggling to understand what they had survived and what they were now seeing. This is Ocean Parkway. (Photographer) A man stands near a damaged car from Hurricane Sandy on Ocean Parkway.

Image of DuBois House, 22nd Avenue and Ocean Parkway - Ralph Irving Lloyd lantern slides

DuBois House, 22nd Avenue and Ocean Parkway - Ralph Irving Lloyd lantern slides

Exterior view of a historic house including the surrounding yard with bare trees. Two children stand on the porch, one is holding an American flag. Neighboring houses are in the background. (DuBois House - 22nd Avenue + Ocean Pkwy. - Dr. Ralph I. Lloyd) [handwritten on recto].