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Page 53 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Main Entrance, Dreamland Photograph of the main entrance of Dreamland One of Coney Island's three main amusement parks, Dreamland, established in 1904, was considered more "refined, orderly and...
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Page 22 (bottom right) of the Glimpses of the New Coney Island book: Rescue Mission Photograph of the Rescue Mission in Coney Island
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Page 21 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: New York to the North Pole Photograph of the building housing New York to the North Pole. a ride bringing passengers to the North Pole via submarine.
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Page 92 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Luna Park, Elephant Ride Photograph of Elephant Ride in Luna Park Luna Park, opened by Fred Thompson and Skip Dundy, opened in 1903, also became known as the "Electric Eden", themed with fantasy...
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Page 08 (bottom) of the Glimpses of the New Coney Island book: Prospect Hotel Photograph of the Prospect Hotel
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Page 22 (top left) of the Glimpses of the New Coney Island book: Hitting Babies
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Page 18 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Rescue Mission A photograph of the Coney Island Church and Rescue Mission
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Page 83 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Giant See Saw, Ferris Wheel and Air Ships, Steeplechase Park Photograph of the Giant See Saw, the Ferris Wheel and the Air Ships at Steeplechase Park Steeplechase Park, developed by George C. Tilyou...
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Page 07 of the Glimpses of the New Coney Island book: Coney Island Bank Photograph of a bank in Coney Island
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Page 50 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Bostock's, Dreamland Photograph of Bostock's "Frank Bostock's wild animal pavilion was one of the attractions at Dreamland, which opened in 1904." (From: Coney Island: Lost and Found)
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