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Page 03 of W.F. Mangels Company Catalogue #4; "A few places where our Carousells and other Amusement Devices are in use" Includes photos of: Feltman Brothers, Coney Island, New York; L. D. Shaw, Glen Echo, Maryland; Bois Blank Park, Detroit and...
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Page 40 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Pain's Vesuvius, Manhattan Beach Photograph of amphitheatre owned and run by Henry J. Pain. Patrons had the opportunity to witness reenactments of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and other...
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Page 82 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Glady's Chime Tower, Steeplechase Park Photograph of bell tower in Steeplechase Park Steeplechase Park, developed by George C. Tilyou, was themed based on the Steeplechase ride along a metal track...
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Page 08 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: A Condensed History of Coney Island, continued A textual narrative written by Major B. Franklin Waite, A.M., Ph.D., B.S., LL.D. about the origin of Coney Island as a community. Starting in 1844, the...
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Page 71 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Chutes from Bostock's, Dreamland Photograph of the Chutes from Bostock's at Dreamland Park One of Coney Island's three main amusement parks, Dreamland, established in 1904, was considered more "...
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28 page catalogue from the W.F. Mangels Carousell Works showing their range of products, including carousels, carved horses, band organs, Whips, shooting ranges and vending ovens.
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Page 05 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Surf Avenue and Public Park A photograph of a view of Surf Avenue and a Public Park.
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Page 04 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: A Condensed History of Coney Island A textual narrative written by Major B. Franklin Waite, A.M., Ph.D., B.S., LL.D. about the origin of Coney Island as a community. Starting in 1844, the narrative...
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Page 68 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: San Francisco Earthquake, Dreamland Photograph of San Francisco Earthquake show in Dreamland Park One of Coney Island's three main amusement parks, Dreamland, established in 1904, was considered...
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Page 34 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Section of Feltman's Deutscher Garden Photograph of outdoor dining area of Feltman's filled with patrons
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