4 edition of Amusement hall; or, An easy introduction to the attainment of useful knowledge. found in the catalog.
Bristol B9836Shipton & Mooney 48039Morsch, L.M. New Jersey, 334Welch, dA.A. Amer. childrens books, 38.2Digital image available in the Readex/Newsbank Digital Evans series.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 48039).
|Statement||Printed by Shepard Kollock, for Cornelius Davis, no. 94, Water-Street, New-York.|
|Publishers||Printed by Shepard Kollock, for Cornelius Davis, no. 94, Water-Street, New-York.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 48039.|
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The new carrousel featured other animals besides horses, such as giraffes, rabbits, ostriches, a lion, a deer and two chariots for the more sedate riders.
After the 1966 disruption, attendance at the park fell. The road to the cemetery continues and leads to a few other roads, but these go nowhere and are suitable only for 4-Wheel Drive vehicles.
However, the floor of the Eclipse was retained in the new amusement hall. They would build the brick walls then demolish the remaining portion of the old building after the new one was completed. Despite an extensive advertising campaign the rumors persisted, and attendance at the park dropped for a short period until the Montgomery County Police assigned a detective to help quiet the false rumors, attendance slowly returned to normal.
The Save the Carrousel Committee dealt with Roberts, with Wells acting as the intermediary. Moving pictures had been a feature for a year, and were held in the amphitheater now called the "hippodrome". Miss Barton did not loan him the money and when the season ended, so did Alonzo Shaw's dreams for Glen Echo. Another new feature was the "Chautauqua School", providing a full academic curriculum, with intensive arts training, for twenty Montgomery County students.
We'll also show you the white sand beach, the restaurant and more. Classical music and outdoor ballet were among the entertainments offered. While the sacks certainly helped, those who recall the slide also Amusement hall; or frequent burned knees and elbows.
The kitchen building, while not fenced off, is also closed.
You can see the cemetery fence from the mansion and may be tempted to walk through the grass to reach it, but the entire area is Tick City, so avoid as much tall grass as possible. The rumors spread throughout the Washington area. So Shaw extended the back turn of The Dip so that it turned by Miss Barton's second story window.
" The petitions were made pointless by declining attendance. Lost Kennywood was added to the park in 1995 and featured a one-third-scale replica of the entrance to former competitor Luna Park. The 1970s were a difficult time for West View Park. A typical schedule of classes offered ceramics, enameling, spinning, weaving, photography, drawing, painting, mixed media, fabric decorating, leather working, framing, sculpture, silk screening, drama, dance, music, yoga natural foods and ecology.
The park management refused to negotiate, by the end of the season segregation remained. The Exposition Hall buildings looked like castles along the Allegheny River.
A larger wooden roller coaster was built in its place in 1950.
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The cabin dates back to the early 1800s and was the home of Samuel Watson and his family.