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vintage beach - The Boardwalk Atlantic City NJ New Jersey

The Boardwalk Atlantic City NJ New Jersey Vintage Linen Postcard Crowd Scene Busy Scene near Beach Old Buildings in background

The Irish Pub in Atlantic City, NJ. Great food, beer and prices!

Irish Pub and Inn - Explore Attraction in Atlantic City

Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ, c. 1904

Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ, c. 1904

The Jersey Shore circa Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ. The real life Boardwalk Empire!

Irish Pub, Great place to eat if your in Atlantic City !!

the Irish Pub, a turn-of-the century building that was a speakeasy and boarding house (with a different name) during Prohibition. Now an award-winning restaurant and tavern, it still has a trap door.

Eat Fralinger's Salt Water Taffy in Atlantic City, (New Jersey, USA)

This great tin is from Fralinger's salt water taffy made by Cheinco housewares 3 high, 5 in diameter .

Circa 1905. Boardwalk, Atlantic City. Strollers on parade, at least one beach baby, and a number of ponies.

vintage everyday: 40 Interesting Vintage Photos Capture Everyday Life in Atlantic City from the

Transit Hub: 1906

vintage everyday: 40 Interesting Vintage Photos Showing Everyday Life of Atlantic City from the

BIZARRE TALE OF THE BOARDWALK BABIES Martin Couney was one of the lucky few during the horrific 1911 fire at DREAMLAND, Coney Island.  Thanks to quick moving police officers, Couney's exhibit was moved before the flames could reach it.  The incubators were brought to Luna Park where they stayed on display for over 30 years.

History of the incubator babies exhibit on the Atlantic City boardwalk

Atlantic City Salt Water Taffy Vintage Trade Card

We combine our love of cooking, illustration, history, and laughter to create Thyme Machine Cuisine

The Jersey Shore circa 1908. Atlantic City boardwalk and bathing beach.

turnofthecentury: “ The Jersey Shore circa “Atlantic City boardwalk and bathing beach.” Detroit Publishing Company from Shorpy ”

In Greenpoint, HBO recreated the famous boardwalk - initially created to keep sand out of hotel lobbies - where visitors could find any sort of sin they were looking out for, from women to casinos to clubs. Luxurious hotels, easy access via railroad and most importantly lax enforcement of Prohibition and vice laws made Atlantic City a popular destination. Above, a crowd clamors across the real boardwalk in 1923 during Palm Sunday.

The real 'Boardwalk Empire': Atlantic City during Prohibition in the 1920s

The real 'Boardwalk Empire': Atlantic City during Prohibition in the

1929 PHOTOGRAPH ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY COUPLE - ROLLING CHAIR

1929 PHOTOGRAPH ATLANTIC CITY NEW JERSEY COUPLE - ROLLING CHAIR

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