The Stone Harbor Museum presents works by Bill Dougherty including a reading of one of Bill’s stories read by his son Craig. https://youtu.be/vLsJaiV3_WU
Category: Stone Harbor Stories
A presentation of the Stone Harbor Museum featuring research and information from County Clerk Rita Marie Fulginiti and Elaine Cubbage of the Stone Harbor Wome’s Civic club. https://youtu.be/O8ukjtbA36o
Art Fain and Jon Ready explain the history of Life saving on the 7 Mile island as well as the history of the Life saving station on 117th St. which is now an American legion post. https://youtu.be/Exoau1l3v2E
This is an authentic movie taken in 1928 of the Stone Harbor Fire Department responding to a fire drill. All of the sound was added recently by film editor Ted Burke to enhance the viewing.
July 3, 1911 was a very big day in Stone Harbor history. Four years of effort had been spent leveling the dunes, putting in roads, sewers and a water line. Hundreds of lots had been sold, scores of homes raised and now the long awaited Stone Harbor Boulevard and bridge was to be opened. Gov. Wilson was...
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