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  1. Norma Lanzillotti on the swings at 43rd Street Park, which became Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground.[...]
    Swinging in Sunnyside

  2. A Rockaway playground is destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. The sea water that swept through this area al[...]
    Flooded Rockaway Playground Following Hurricane Sa [...]

  3. Laurie (Beckoff) Wellman talks about how due to the overcrowding of P.S. 150 in Sunnyside the commun[...]
    Memories of the Young Israel

  4. Leonore Lanzillotti and her mother Yolanda Lanzollotti in the Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground, locat[...]
    Leonore with Her Mother Yolanda Lanzillotti

  5. A young Maryann Corsa swings in a park on 106th Street and Atlantic Avenue in Richmond Hill.[...]
    Park Swing in Richmond Hill

  6. This Rockaways playground lies in ruin following the storm. The matting has been uprooted and it has[...]
    Rockaway Playground Following Hurricane Sandy

  7. New York City Parks Department sign at Martins Field, part of the Olde Towne of Flushing Burial Grou[...]
    Martins Field

  8. St. Albans Memorial Park, located on Merrick Boulevard, 173rd Place, Sayres Avenue. The park was aqu[...]
    St. Albans Memorial Park

  9. St. Albans' Memorial Park. Many community events are hosted in this section of the park.[...]
    St. Albans' Memorial Park

  10. A young Maryann Corsa on a swing in a park at 106th Street and Atlantic Avenue.[...]
    Swinging in Richmond Hill

  11. The playground at Martins Field, adjacent to the Olde Towne of Flushing Burial Ground site.[...]
    Martins Field Playground

  12. Playground at the back entrance of the St. Albans Memorial Park.[...]
    St. Albans Memorial Park

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