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Dave O To: Dave O"halloran, I think you and I were in scouts about the same time. It has been a while since my last visit to this site. I attended and graduated from PS 90 in 1963 where I had the best teachers, especially Mr. Jahns, the Richmond Hill Inn, Triangle Hofbrau, and we'd take the el to Jamaica for the great shopping. I am a motorcycle enthusiast who would like to know were the Cycle Gear store was located back in 1973. I was an altar boy along with Sean, who became a priest - but later resigned. I am on a recent quest to find out which corner of Atlantic Ave and Van Wyck Blvd the Camp Curtis Noyes trading camp for the War of Rebellion was located on.
Timing wise, I went to the last 2 summer camps at Pouch and then it was moved to Sanita Hills in Duchess County. Does anyone remember a store on Jamaica Ave that sold Christmas decorations and lights? I grew up on 112th Street between Jamaica Ave and 87th Ave. There were so many great places to go to in Richmond Hill... The Shelton, Harvey's, Glenn's, Marshalls, Triangle. With Sean Courtney, Robert Capuder, Benedict Oddo, Kathleen Meyers, and all. Of the 5 boroughs, Brooklyn has the most people, but Queens is the largest in land area. As a family genealogist (Nono-professional) and history buff I feel as if I understand the hours it takes to research but also the satisfaction.
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Does anyone remember, "Jahns's Ice Cream Parlor Special? I seem to have written his email down incorrectly and can't get in touch with him any more. Looking for anyone who might remember her, I'm sure she would enjoy hearing from them. I was thinking about their fried baked ziti and wondered if they opened in another area. And How can I forget the Lefferts theater or sometimes we went to the Casino theater under the El.
I remember the streets lined with beautiful large trees and beautiful frame houses. The old maps and street names are very interesting to see and learn about. Richmond Hill was selected in 2016 and we came to cheer on the 2017 groups: Chelsea, Manhattan; Corona-East Elmhurst, Queens; Hart Island, The Bronx; Mott Haven, The Bronx; Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn & West Harlem, Manhattan.
In 1963 I returned to Richmond Hill to marry my wife Susan Mc Carthy of Richmond Hill in Holy Child Jesus Church which I have always considered to be a very beautiful Church. Grew up in Richmond Hill in the forties and early fifties. Played ball on summer school teams and for Watt and Watt drug stores, lived on 133 st and Liberty ave / 103rd ave. I remember my fun-filled summer months in Richmond Hill. Wonderful stories to see, I grew up on Liberty Ave and 116 st went PS 100 and JHS 202, we had great times playing stickball on 107 Ave, football on the side streets, stoopball, going to the Rockaways on trains that cost 15 cents, and hanging out at Shea's candy store. Noticed several posts about Gebhardt's Bakery, a favorite in our family.
Just wanted to let you guys know that both Jay and myself are now off your mailing list.
We met at the March 28, 2008 Lock and Key Event in NYC. Since then, I've fallen love with the most incredible woman in the world! It's the interactive and FUN way to socialize, make new friends, meet your match...just to have a great time! Grab a cocktail and get ready to Unlock Your Possibilities.