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Photo contributor is Daniel Kirk-Foster
St Nicholas of Tolentine
St Nicholas of Tolentine
University Ave and Fordham Road


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Photo contributor is Charles
Bronx shoreline from Westchester Creek heading out to the Bay for fishing 1954
Bronx shoreline 1954
Westchester Creek heading out to the Bay for fishing
Immaculate Conception Church
May 2, 1948 Wedding in front of
Immaculate Conception Church at Holland Avenue

looking East on Gun Hill Road
NOTE the absence of any tall buildings
on the North side of Gun Hill Road!
There were even small pasture-like areas
along there in the 30's & 40's
where goats were kept!
Post Arrow - Eastchester Road side looking towards Boston Road 1958
Post Arrow - Eastchester Road
side looking towards Boston Road 1958
3354 Colden Avenue in the mid-1940's
3354 Colden Avenue in the mid-1940's
Children's Zoo at the Bronx Zoo 1957
Children's Zoo at the Bronx Zoo 1957
Bronxwood Avenue and Gun Hill Road
Bronxwood Avenue and Gun Hill Road 1955
the grassy area visible across Gun Hill Road is now
occupied by storefronts in the foreground and a
city housing project called "the Surrey" behind
those stores - all across the street from Evander
Childs H.S. which would have been off tho the left of
the photographer. Joe Mulino lived in our building a
block away from here at 3415 Colden and drove a
Medaglia D'Oro Espresso truck, often parked on Colden!
Looks East on Gun Hill Road about 1948 - corner of 963 Gun Hill visible left
Looks East on Gun Hill Road about 1948
corner of 963 Gun Hill visible left
side gate entrance to 3415 Colden Ave
side gate entrance to 3415 Colden Ave 1947
which led to the super's apartment,
storeroom & (coal-burning) boiler room.
Uncle Charles was MIA in Korea a few years
later while in the Army and was later declared dead.
North side of Magenta Street
Looks east on the North side of Magenta Street
with 3354 Colden visible back right.
All hedges on the block back in 1950
now it's mostly fences!

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