Study Collection

Thunderbolt Demolition
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph
Thunderbolt Demolition
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph
Photograph of Parachute Jump lit up at night 03
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: B/W photograph
Photograph of Sea Gate beach houses
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: B/W photograph
Photograph of Stratton's Walk filled with various restaurants
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: B/W photograph
People, people, people -- more than a million of them according to police officials -- jam Coney Island Beach, New York City, and adjoining amusement park on Fourth of July holiday. (penned by Assoicated Press Photo)
Crowds fill Coney Island Beach on the Fourth of July holiday in 1957.
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph
When the weather is warmer, the Boardwalk & Beach will present a vastly different appearance than its present emptiness.
View of the boardwalk with the Parachute Jump in the background.
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph
"Ray De Mott (atop pole in foreground) checks the guide ropes for the Parachute Jump at Steeplechase Park, Coney Island, N.Y. The fun arena opens officially on May 21, although a part of it has been opened weekends since February 5."
A worker checks that guide ropes for the Parachute Jump are ready for opening day, 1949, at Steeplechase Park.
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Publicity photograph
Brooklyn & Queens Transit trolley 2555 on Sea Gate line, traveling east. The Child's Building (now Coney Island USA building) is partially visible on the left side of the photo. The World Circus Sideshow (now the Eldorado bumper cars), Popper...
Content type: Collection Item
Collection type: Documentary photograph