Facebook Tottenville Memories http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/ Facebook Tottenville Memories Mary-Louise Dunigan Photo taken 1952 at Hitchin Post. Four generations born in NY. Left to right:Standing- my grandmothers Mary(Dunigan) Covell and Louise Buzby. Sitting- my greatgrandmother Elizabeth Dunigan, my Mom Bernadette Null(with me on her lap), and my greatgrandmther Julia Covell. A photo I treasure! http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178287517 178287517 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip With Christine Cooper, Lucy Gonzalez and Melvin Temple at Tottenville High School. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178287605 178287605 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178287843 178287843 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip Mrs Prehn & Mrs Drill http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178287789 178287789 1968 Senior Class Trip 1968 Senior Class Trip Washington DC http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178287897 178287897 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip Sandra A Sierra & Lucy Amar Gonzalez http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288021 178288021 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288036 178288036 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288184 178288184 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip Tomb of the unknown http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288558 178288558 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip Wax Museum http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288640 178288640 Sandra A Sierra 1968 Senior Class Trip http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288752 178288752 Janis Dmytriw 217 Richmond Valley Rd, Richmond Valley ca.1930's. It was my Great-Grandparents House. 1910's-1930's ?? The name was Schmeig. All I know is from family pictures and old census reports (that seem to lack accuracy at times). (House number might be off a bit) http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178288798 178288798 Janis Dmytriw 5362 Arthur Kill Road, Tottenville http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289182 178289182 Janis Dmytriw 6015 Amboy Rd, Prince's Bay ca. 1950's http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289365 178289365 Kevin Fuchs I decided to start my photo trip on October 20, 2002, from here. I believe that this is where the parades started: the corner of Page Avenue and Amboy Road. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289985 178289985 Kevin Fuchs I was looking past what I think is still Richmond County Bank on the corner of Page Avenue and Amboy Road. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289986 178289986 Kevin Fuchs Here's the former site of A&P, an actual supermarket in our own neighborhood. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289987 178289987 Kevin Fuchs Looking down Amboy Road, across the street from the former site of A&P. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289988 178289988 Kevin Fuchs Here's Bethel Church, as it would been seen from the parade route. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289989 178289989 Kevin Fuchs Much of Tottenville has changed, but this building and stretch of buildings have not. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289990 178289990 Kevin Fuchs Looking farther down Amboy Road, toward Bedell Avenue. Things are still looking somewhat familiar. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289991 178289991 Kevin Fuchs Looking down Amboy Road, from across the street from Hale Avenue. Much of that corner was woods, back then. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289992 178289992 Kevin Fuchs My old haunting/stomping grounds: I used to live in that brown house on the left, when the porch was a short, uncovered concrete block, and the house was white on the second floor, and yellow on the bottom floor. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289993 178289993 Kevin Fuchs Here's the corner of Hecker Street and Amboy Road. When I lived here, this was a small wooded area, and 271 was the first house. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289994 178289994 Kevin Fuchs Back when I lived here, this was all woods. There was a small path along where these houses are now, that led to a sandy clearing where people could occasionally park. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289995 178289995 Kevin Fuchs Here is the corner of Amboy Road and Parker Street. I remember the Costellos lived in that white house on the corner, and there was a gruesome sledgehammer murder just beyond the right of the picture, around '78 or '79. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289996 178289996 Kevin Fuchs Continuing the parade route on Amboy Road, past Joline Avenue on the left and Parker Avenue. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289997 178289997 Kevin Fuchs http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289998 178289998 Kevin Fuchs This is very familiar territory: Lang's Hardware used to be on the right (the building with the big key); D+L Video was still open, 20 years after it opened and introduced me to VCR's and renting tapes; just beyond was Ernie's/Milky Way Dairy & Deli/Amboy Deli. Here, on the corner of Brehaut Avenue and Amboy Road, is where one would see the police barricades and the food stands for Oktoberfest every third Sunday in October. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178289999 178289999 Kevin Fuchs Here, my camera was focused on D + L Video, which, to my amazement, still existed then. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178290000 178290000 Kevin Fuchs Here, I was looking back toward what used to be the beginning of the Oktoberfest route. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178290001 178290001 Kevin Fuchs If Tottenville Food Mart existed when I lived there, I don't remember it. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178290002 178290002 Kevin Fuchs Here's the site of Chip's/Town & Country Dairy & Deli, on the corner of Fisher & Amboy. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178290003 178290003 Kevin Fuchs I remember this place as the South Shore Superette, but it had another name before that that escapes me. This was across the street from Wood Avenue. http://www.tottenvillememories.net/apps/photos/photo?photoID=178290004 178290004