The Radio Flyer Red Wagon. Est. 1917. It is just a wagon. But with a little imagination, there are no limits to what it can become.Robert Pasin,
Gilbert Parker Literary and Talent agent from William Morris Agency, and longtime Pines resident. Arrives in the Pines in 1958 and purchases a home at Ocean & Sky. Then… Now
Doris Taussig Doris Taussig arrived in the Pines in 1939. Her father was a dentist who never got to practice his dentistry because landholdings and real estate. The then valueless
1952. And so it begins… 1953. The Home Guardian Company with Edward Olson as their sales person were developing their promotional materials to help sell the new
Joyce Reich 1932-2016 Joyce S. Schick of Patchogue, NY passed away quietly in her sleep on April 7th, 2016. She is survived by Walter Reich, her loving husband of
Upon purchasing the Pines Yacht Club from then owner Peggy Fears with partners in the early 60’s model John Whyte bought out all partners in
In 1937 on Fire Island, Paul Cadmus, Jared and Margaret French forged a photographic collaboration they called PaJaMa, an amalgamation of the first two letters of each of their first
Bill Riordan and Angelo Bosica… A love story. In the 1950’s drug stores not only filled your prescription, but there was usually a food counter, ice cream and coffee.
The Belvedere history Est. 1957.
1958 The Frank house. 1970 Boys in the Sand house. 547 Beachcomber Walk. Frank House designed by Andrew
Before the Water Taxi on Fire Island there was the Beach Taxi. On the deserted beaches of the growing communities the rebuilt truck or utility vehicle would take people