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I think my older siblings had a lot of parties back home in the Bronx while we were at Rockaway. I remember changing the 1 on my birth certificate to a 0 to get into the dance halls on 103rd Street that year.When we got older we spent a lot of vacations in East Durham in the Catskills, since my uncle John Tarpey owned a hotel there. Noreen Townley Gallinari Bluffton, SC May, 2009 #4. My grandmother had a bungalow around Beach 35th street and my parents always talked about how Sid Cesar's wife's parents had a bungalow.Once or twice a summer Sid would come down and visit with his wife.The Mc Nulty's, Ruthie Morrissey, Mickey Carton all were the entertainers.There wasn't much money around in those days but you could never compare the fun we had then. Pat Farrell (born in Harlem, raised in Inwood) Maryland May, 2009 #3.
I loved finding my way through the various courtyards, some very narrow. For several years my parents rented a bungalow on the beach block of 42nd Street. But my most vivid memory was walking on the boardwalk one evening with my older brother when I was ten years old. We would pack a lunch and go down to the beach with my grandparents, aunts, cousins, mother, father, and little brother. When we got a little older, in our teens, we would sneak away with excuses that we were at a sleepver. Wednesday nights there were fireworks over the ocean. There was a movie theater on the boardwalk and we sat on folding chairs.
My grandmother and Aunt Fritzi and her family had a summer bungalow, usually on Beach 56th street.
It was usually on the west side of the street, but one of my earliest memories was getting a bicycle for my 4th birthday, in 1958, and we were definitely on the east side that year.
It is one of the few specific memories that I have of my grandfather. My Great Uncle George (Grandma's brother) and Great Aunt Hilda had a bungalow on the same street. We had a bungalow on Beach 28th St near the boardwalk. Teenagers in white uniforms would sell ice cream on the beach, from big, shoulder-held dry ice boxes, and shout out, "ice cream, ice-cold ice cream!
There was a candy store and I always bought pez, which Uncle George always kidded me about. " When they opened the box to get a pop, smoke would come out.