Welcome to Fire Island Visions of Cherry Grove and the Pines by Jack Nichols. Jack Nichols was Gay activist who spent his entire adult life working for gay liberation.
Arden Catlin. The former Arden Rosswaag was Manhattan born and educated. She had been coming out to Fire Island since 1930 when her family, through friends in Sayville starting renting
1969. Jay Hyde Crawford home 266 Bay Walk. Architect Horace Gifford. Jay Hyde Crawford was a fashion Illustrator most famous for his design for department store Bonwit Teller. A
The TV house 1967. 142 Ocean Walk. Owners were Robert Miller (above) an art director & Edwin Wittstein a set designer, most notably for the Fantasticks. The original set designer,
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,
Ferron Bell 1943-2013 1969 Born Thomas Ferron Bell on Oct. 30, 1943, in Pasadena, Calif., he was the youngest of three children and the only boy. He always had
On/ off the deck was a weekly column in FI Newspaper. It was the Facebook of its time giving the who’s, what, and where of the Pines. Alternating writers were
The A Frame house 1965. Beginning it’s life as a simple modernistic A frame of the late 60’s its design seemed to fit right into it’s plot of land
Pines people- 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
Paul McGregor 1935-2013 On a random drive with his wife Paul McGregor discovered the Pines in 1961. He brought his creativity and spirit making his mark in Pines
1960’s. In spite of promoting itself as a family community, the proximity to Cherry Grove, and the beauty of the generous landscape was luring many from NYC .
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