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  1. Summer family time at the Siebeneichen boathouse at the end of their dock. On the left in boat is Th[...]
    Siebeneichen Family at Hook Creek on Jamaica Bay

  2. The Siebeneichen grandchildren and neighbors swimming in Hook Creek.[...]
    Swimming in Hook Creek, Jamaica Bay

  3. Once a bird hunting camp for the Siebeneichen family, the The Siebeneichen Boathouse (Meadow Camp) w[...]
    Meadow Camp at Hook Creek

  4. View of Hook Creek looking along an inlet.; [Hand written on front of the picture] Hook Creek is off[...]
    Hook Creek Off the Bridge

  5. Thomas L. Shearer (b 1905) on his row boat, fishing. Thomas was 21 when this photo was taken. The Si[...]
    Fishing at Meadow Camp, Hook Creek, Jamaica Bay

  6. The Daughters of the American Revolution aboard the Alvera, on the 4th of July. This photograph is p[...]
    Daughters of the American Revolution (Queens) at H [...]

  7. Digging for bait at the beach. This family traditionally dug for bait and did not purchase bait even[...]
    Digging for Bait at the Siebeneichen Boathouse

  8. August C. Siebeneichen (1857-1927), proprietor of the Meadow Camp boathouse located on Hook Creek in[...]
    August C. Siebeneichen and Family at Hook Creek bo [...]

  9. The Siebeneichen men bird hunting at Meadow Camp, Hook Creek, Jamaica Bay in 1903.[...]
    Duck Hunting at Meadow Camp at Hook Creek, Jamaica [...]

  10. On a sail boat at Hook Creek. Thomas L. Shearer (sitting) and August C. Siebeneichen (standing) with[...]
    July 4, 1926 at Hook Creek, Jamaica Bay.

  11. Thomas Shearer, August P.Shearer (nicknamed Wee Wee) and their mother Louise M. Siebeneichen at a bo[...]
    Siebeneichen - Shearer family on their dock at Hoo [...]