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Raynor's Beach Restaurant, Lake Ronkonkoma Long Island, NY, circa 1938?

Raynor's Beach Restaurant, Lake Ronkonkoma Long Island, NY, circa 1938?

Everyone lucky enough to live on Long Island already knows that it’s like nowhere else in the world.

Everyone lucky enough to live on Long Island already knows that it’s like nowhere else in the world.

This is my sister's old high school.  She was a cheerleader and my brother-in-law was a football player and a baseball player : Sachem high school - North campus! So many memories!

This is my sister's old high school. She was a cheerleader and my brother-in-law was a football player and a baseball player : Sachem high school - North campus! So many memories!

Petit Trianon | Lake Ronkonkoma, Long Island, NY. William K. Vanderbilt II built the Long Island Motor Parkway (opened  1908). He commissioned John Russell Pope to build a first-class dining facility at the road's eastern terminus -- later named Petit Trianon. Managed by the Hotel Astor, the Peitit Trianon opened with a special dinner reception hosted by Vanderbilt 9 Jun 1911. (pictured: Petit Trianon under construction).

Petit Trianon | Lake Ronkonkoma, Long Island, NY. William K. Vanderbilt II built the Long Island Motor Parkway (opened 1908). He commissioned John Russell Pope to build a first-class dining facility at the road's eastern terminus -- later named Petit Trianon. Managed by the Hotel Astor, the Peitit Trianon opened with a special dinner reception hosted by Vanderbilt 9 Jun 1911. (pictured: Petit Trianon under construction).

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