Photography collection

Deborah Moody House
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Portrait of crew in front of Thompson's Scenic Railway, Atlantic City, New Jersey
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
In 2006, as the culmination of a $5 million rehabilitation of the tower, lighting artist Leni Schwendinger was commissioned to transform the Parachute Jump into, according to Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, "a beacon of light for this...
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
The Thunderbolt roller coaster was built in 1925 and operated until 1982. Famous as the inspiration for "The House Under the Roller Coaster" in Woody Allen's film "Annie Hall", the coaster steadily decayed after its closing. In 2000, with Keyspan...
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
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Collection type: B/W photograph
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Photograph by © Charles Denson Jimmy McCullough, former owner of the B&B Carousell, poses with his wife and daughters in front of the historic ride. Built in 1919 at the Coney Island factory of William Mangels, the B&B Carousell was the...
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
The Wonder Wheel has been continuously operational since its completion in 1920. It is currently owned and operated by the Vourderis family.
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Collection type: Documentary photograph
Childs Building on The Boardwalk, outfitted as a roller rink, 2008
Built in 1923 –24, the Childs Boardwalk restaurant was constructed in Spanish Colonial Revival style with elaborate terra-cotta decorations by the Atlantic Terra-Cotta Company. The restaurant closed in the 1950's and became a candy factory. After...
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Collection type: Documentary photograph