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Date: Friday, December 31, 1999
Time: 10:31 PM EST
Submitted by: ANASTASIA PERSAD
Email address: COOLIEGYAL86@AOL.COM
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Information
How you Found: I'm a Member

Date: Friday, December 24, 1999
Time: 6:14 PM EST
Submitted by: bobby hill
Email address: footcop@cs.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: Graduated St. Benedict Joseph,1955. From St. Johns Prep 1959. Lived across from Smokey Park 125 St. between Atlantic/95th Ave. Took the Jamaica Ave. el train to Cypress Pool. Beacon Tavern on Atlantic Ave. Great memories/great place.
Date: Friday, December 17, 1999
Time: 1:19 PM EST
Submitted by: Bob Murphy
Email address: 7shamrocks@worldnet.att.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Not Sure
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: My parents lived at 8792 112th street when I was born in 1941.  I've lived in Texas for the past 30 years and it was great to find your web page as I am very interested in researching our family history. Keep up the good work!
Date: Friday, December 17, 1999
Time: 10:11 AM EST
Submitted by: edgar m alvira
Email address: ealvira@nny.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: i am looking for the history of 87-67 129th street richmond hill ny 11418, because i currently bought the property and found some very old pictures.
Date: Thursday, December 16, 1999
Time: 8:35 PM EST
Submitted by: Robert Stauffer
Email address: Morgoth3@yahoo.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I grew up in the big apartment building on the corner of 108 St. and Myrtle Ave/Park Lane South.  What a great place to be a kid. Graduated from Holy Child in 1982.  Does anyone have any info on Triangle Hofbrau?(Myrtle/Jamaica/118 St)  I worked there as a busboy and waiter for the Four Brothers.  Are there any plans for that building since it closed? Great site. Glad I found it!
Date: Tuesday, December 14, 1999
Time: 8:43 AM EST
Submitted by: Frances George
Email address: Franwaltle@aol.com
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: While living in neighboring South Ozone Park and traveling through Richmond Hill I was quite fascinated by it's early history.
Date: Tuesday, December 14, 1999
Time: 8:30 AM EST
Submitted by: JOANNE GOJAN  FROEHLING
Email address: joanne.gojan@aimco.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Accident
Comment: I grew up on 102nd St and 88th Ave went to HOLY CHILD graduated in 1969 - would love to hear from any old neighbors or classmates - I think this web-site is fantastic - I get homesick still after 20 years so this brings me a little closer
Date: Saturday, December 11, 1999
Time: 7:12 PM EST
Submitted by: Richard J  Galvani
Email address: ejay1@hotmail.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Date: Thursday, December 9, 1999
Time: 6:15 PM EST
Submitted by: Carl Palminteri
Email address: capalm@msn.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I live in Monterey CA now, but it was great fun to "visit" RH on the net. Great work!
Date: Friday, December 3, 1999
Time: 11:50 PM EST
Submitted by: Steven Peter Maltese
Email address: smaltese@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I'd like to know if I can get a copy of Mr. Kroos' book or how I can contact him. My grandfather, Steve and father, Peter operated a barber shop on Atlantic Ave and later Lefferts Blvd. from around 1905 to the 80's.

Date: Monday, November 29, 1999
Time: 7:55 PM EST
Submitted by: Charles J  Zimmerman
Email address: chestercharlie@prodigy.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Accident
Comment: Reared on 117th Street on property once belonging to old Stoothoff (sp.)Farm, and graduated from SBJL...Mother and twelve sisters and brothers also raised on Lefferts Blvd. Mom graduated SBJL in 1927...I am presently Historian of Shandaken Township in the heart of the Catskills, with numerous fond memories and tales of old Morris Park/Richmond Hill (elderly neighbor once told of picking berries under the Liberty Avenue elevated...!) 
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 1999
Time: 12:37 PM EST
Submitted by: Bette-Ann Askenazy
Email address: betteann35@yahoo.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Trivia
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I think your website should contain a message board for people that have attended Richmond Hill High School. Maybe we can find old friends.Growing up in Richmond Hill in the 60's was the greatest! reply from webmaster- This thought has occurred to me as well and I will now seriously look into placing either a chat or message board for our guests due to the great response we have been enjoying and experiencing.
Date: Tuesday, November 23, 1999
Time: 7:51 PM EST
Submitted by: Bill  Smollen  Beyers
Email address: HLBWRB@worldnet.att.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Great to check out things about the Hill.  I lived on 115st between Jamaica Av and 89th Ave, My step father owned a bar on Jamaica & 119 (leffets) would like to hear from some other old timers My years in RH were 1940-1953. Bill Beyers

Date: Sunday, November 21, 1999
Time: 8:46 PM EST
Submitted by: George Meier
Email address: gmeier8475@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Not Sure
How you Found: Accident
Comment: We stumbled across your website while looking for information on our Grandfather, radio pioneer Alfred H. Grebe. Time has taken it's toll on what we have available, his obituaries are something that we have never seen. The family is grateful to Richmond Hill and those responsible for the website in making this presentation on our Grandfather's life and his many important contributions to early communications.

Date: Sunday, November 21, 1999
Time: 2:42 AM EST
Submitted by: George Elsis
Email address: gelsis@excelonline.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: In a previous comment I made a mistake on some of my dates. The following is correct, I graduated Saint Benedict Joseph's in 1959 and RH High in 1964. I would love to hear from some of my class mates. Two famous people that no one comments on are Jimmy Breslin author and Jack Lord actor, both graduates of St. Benedict's. I would love to here more comments about St. Benedict's. Does any body out there remember Connie's Pizza, Smokey Park, Gus's candy store or Diamonds grocery store?

Date: Friday, November 19, 1999
Time: 11:22 AM EST
Submitted by: Bette Stahl nee Wooding
Email address: BStahl429@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Not Sure
Comment: I notice that VanWyck is not shown on the maps. When did that become part of Richmond Hill.  I lived on 121st, just off Liberty til I was 6 and moved to 104th and Liberty and finally 129th & Liberty.  Would love to see First Methodist Episcopal Church listed on places to remember. It was located 118th and 97th Ave...Many wonderful years were spent there and cherished memories of all the folks in that church....I hope more will be added to these pages of the History of Richmond Hill.   Thank you so much...and thanks to the Daily News for the article about Richmond Hill in 11/18/99 that led me to some wonderful reading.

Date: Thursday, November 18, 1999
Time: 4:05 PM EST
Submitted by: Frank Donnantuono
Email address: Fdonrx@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I found out about the site through the Daily News Neighborhood Page. My parents lived on 116th Street off Atlantic Ave when I was born; we lived there until I was 4, then moved to 126 St. between Jamaica and Hillside (block of PS 54). Went to Our Lady of the Cenacle and Archbishop Molloy HS.  Lived in Richmond Hill until 1982.  Although my mother never drove, we made up for it by spending a lot of time on the B56 bus and walking.  I used to walk from my block all the way to Wilson's Hobby Store on Jamaica Ave and 104 St, and a lot of times I used to go up and down different side streets.  Spent a lot of time at the library on Lefferts Blvd and Hillside Ave. I remember Jahn's well; also Kaye Variety, Tolley's Shoes, Big John's hot dog stand on 117 St and Jamaica Ave. Do you have any information about Lt. Frank J. McConnell Jr.?  I know there is the park on Atlantic Ave and Lefferts Blvd.  There also used to be a plaque behind the library where a captured WWI cannon used to be; what is the story behind it, and what happened to it?

Date: Friday, November 12, 1999
Time: 10:01 AM EST
Submitted by: Veronica Vollmer VanGordon
Email address: vangordonv@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Stories
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: It has been 8 years since I have been in Richmond Hill.  I lived there for 14 years and was begining to feel "homesick" so I  tried, by chance, to see if I could find any pictures of my old schools (Holy Child Jesus & R.H. High School)  To my astonishment there was a whole site named for the place where I grew up. It is a wonderful site that I have sent to my entire family who lived in the area.  Thank you for the wonderful work you have done on the page.  Keep those pictures coming.  They make me feel at "home".

Date: Wednesday, November 10, 1999
Time: 1:41 PM EST
Submitted by: Belinda M  Donaghy
Email address: celtcwich1@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I loved the site. I sent some links to a friend in another country who was interested in where I lived and its history. It would've been great had I been able to send more pictures of the past. Please update this site, it's wonderful!!!!

Date: Saturday, November 6, 1999
Time: 4:26 PM EST
Submitted by: Patrick Boasi
Email address: mboasi@mindspring.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I enjoyed the visit to the old neighborhood.My family lived at 115-12 107 ave. until fall of 93. I spent most of my free time "Hanging out" at the band shell parking lot. WE called it "THE DOME". I miss all the good restaurants, ST. JOHNS, Tommy's Pizzaera, HO WAN(chinese), KARPS Ice cream parlor & the Club Diner. We belonged to OLPH church. My sister worked for Mayfair fashions on 120st.& Liberty ave. for many years. My brothers worked at JFK airport for Marriot. I know there have been many changes since I moved in 91, & many stores closed before I moved. I hope you can provide more photos, & information especially during the 69-87 years. MY sibilings are all older than I , They were all in their teens during the 70's. If anyone would like information about Robert, Thomas, Barbara, or myself please feel free to contact me, & refer to this site as your subject. Once again thank you for the memories.

Date: Tuesday, November 2, 1999
Time: 3:00 PM EST
Submitted by: deborah sarcka
Email address: rraw2gt40@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Previous Visitor
Comment: I am very curious to find out if there are any distant relatives of mine who came from richmond hill?  I'm not sure, but this website came up with my father's last name-SARCKA, but i could not locate anything?  Your help would be appreciated!
reply from webmaster- Please visit our webpage "About the Man Family". Elizabeth Man Sarcka is the daughter of Alrick Man who was the son of Albon Man, the founder of Richmond Hill. Her name also appears at the bottom left of our NoteworthyPeople page where she is given credit for supplying photos for William Krooss' book, "A Peek at Richmond Hill Through the Keyhole of Time".
Date: Saturday, October 23, 1999
Time: 12:47 PM EST
Submitted by: George Elsis
Email address: gelsis@excelonline.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I feel living in Richmond Hill was a unique experience. I graduated R.H. High School in 1965 but I was soposed to graduate with the class of 1964. I graduated St.BJL in 1960. If any body would like to swap stories about those times I would welcome their e-mail. Does anybody remember Mr. McKay, Mrs. Rouse, the O'Hare twins or Sister Mary Joel. How about Jans Ice Creame Parlor in the 19950's?

Date: Wednesday, October 20, 1999
Time: 6:18 PM EST
Submitted by: Mike Landers
Email address: magicmike1280@yahoo.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Great Memories from a Great Site... I read all of the guest comments and it was like old homes week. I would like to hear from anyone who was at RHHS from '62-'65 to share some memories. If you remember me please let me know. I graduated Holy Child Jesus in '61 and was at RHHS '62-'65. I remember Mr. Beller, Miss Koch, and some great high school dances, proms with the Tremelos, Kitchen Sinks at Jahn's, Rich-Haven Little League, bowling at the Club 111, hanging out at Cordes on Jamaica Ave at 111th street, Christmas shows with Murray the K, Miles shoe store, Titlebaum's hardware store, to name a few. Thanks

Date: Sunday, October 14, 1999
Time: 6:38 PM EST
Submitted by: Rhonda Roebuck
Email address: r_roebuck@hotmail.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I am looking for information on Joan Newton Cuneo of Richmond Hill.  She drove in the first Glidden Auto Tour in 1905 (the only woman driver).  I have some photos and would like to identify her. Anyone have suggestions?  Thanks.
Date: Sunday, October 10, 1999
Time: 1:23 PM EST
Submitted by:  Carol Gohari
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Not Sure
How you Found: Accident
Comment: I am moderator of the Queens Genealogy Workshop at the Greater Ridgewood Historical Society.  We are doing a project of extracting the names of war dead from Queens County monuments.  I have not been to the Buddy Monument in a long while.  Are there names inscribed on it?  Has anyone already made a list of the names?  I would like to get a copy of a list if it has already been made. I would like to obtain lists of any other war memorials in Richmond Hill.  Also, if you can send me the photo of the Buddy monument in bitmap format, I can publish it along with the list of names in one of our QGW future newsletters.  We are being indexed nationally in two genealogical indexes, and this topic will mention the monument as a topic. I have already mentioned your web site in our upcoming newsletter.  If you want a copy when it comes out, please attach an address for mailing.  Your web pages are great.  I loved the pictures.  See the GRHS page and the QGW page if you are interested.  Not as good as yours.  I would also like to get in contact with Jeff Gottlieb, as the QGW is interested in a walking tour of the Maple Grove Cemetery.  Do you have his #, address, or email?  Thanks for all.  Carol G

Date: Wednesday, October 6, 1999
Time: 5:18 PM EST
Submitted by:  Kristina Kump
Email address: StinaNY@aol.com
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Anybody remember 102????

Date: Tuesday, October 5, 1999
Time: 8:41 PM EST
Submitted by:  Agnes Sullivan Dillon
Email address: Witchmi@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Information
How you Found: Accident
Comment: Although I am a native of Massachusetts I spent 18 years in Richmond Hill and I totally enjoyed growing up there.  I went to Holy Child and Richmond Hill High School and both school offered the best education one could ask for.  I loved being able to walk everywhere and when necessary the convenience of the bus and train.  It was also nice being so close to Forest Park so when one was tired of the city it was a perfect get away.  RICHMOND HILL IS A GREAT PLACE!  I am now a Florida resident and have raised my children down here but still enjoy hearing and reading about Richmond Hill.

Date: Monday, October 4, 1999
Time: 5:50 PM EST
Submitted by:  angela persaud
Email address: apers474@stjohns.edu
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Information
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: please give some recognition to RHHS basketball team.
reply from webmaster- I think you just did! I'll certainly have to get on the case of "the hill". The school has not been to forthcoming but I'll keep pestering. ;-)

Date: Wednesday, September 29, 1999
Time: 7:49 PM EST
Submitted by:  Carl Palminteri
Email address: capalm@msn.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I grew up in RH. I now live in California. Went to HCJ, and much of my family is still in RH. Thanks for the memories. I'll be back!
Date: Friday, September 24, 1999
Time: 7:34 PM EST
Submitted by:  Joy Fischer Brady
Email address: JoyBrady@Webtv.net
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Friend Told Me
Comment: I am delighted, my brother informed me of this web site. I spent 21 wonderful growing up years in Richmond Hill. I would be most interested in hearing from any Union Congregational Church members. My brother and I lived on 84th Avenue and have many fond memories.
Date: Friday, September 24, 1999
Time: 9:02 AM EST
Submitted by:  Veronica  Joyce  Fortune/nee Hauth
Email address: vjf0327@aol.com or R_Tiste_0327@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Once a New Yorker, always a New Yorker!  How exciting to find this website!  Now living in Ft. Lauderdale, love to meet a fellow New Yorker, say some key words, and watch their eyes as they go inside themselves and travel back in time!  I'll share some of those key words:  Mello rolls, Bonomo's Turkish Taffy, Spaulding Hi-bouncers, Wessling's, Schwede's, Schmidt's, skates and skate keys, Jamaica Avenue, Richmond Hill High, "Jelly" apples, pincurls, B-b-b-bats, Victory Field dances with Bryan Hyland ("Itsy Bitsy", etc.. (Oh, the list is endless...)  Would love to share some memories, like singing in the halls of Richmond Hill High, or on the corners of Jamaica Ave. Wow, what memories!
Date: Thursday, September 23, 1999
Time: 1:18 AM EST
Submitted by:  James Cullen
Email address: Jpc3671@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine

Date: Monday, September 20, 1999
Time: 11:30 PM EST
Submitted by:  Bridget Oldford
Email address: wedgewop@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: I was born and raised in Richmond Hill. I lived on 117st. I went to PS 51 and graduated from R.H.H.S. in 71. Any old friends out there?  Please e-mail, would like to hear  from some of my old gang.
Date: Monday, September 20, 1999
Time: 7:04 PM EST
Submitted by:  Raymond Thompson Fischer
Email address: RTFISCHER@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Glad I found this site featuring RH where my early, formative years were spent and which contributed to a very happy life!
Date: Monday, September 20, 1999
Time: 1:56 PM EST
Submitted by:  Janice Cawley Daniel
Email address: daniel@mailserver.fiber-net.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I grew up on Lefferts Blvd and have wonderful memories. I attended The Church of the Resurrection and was a member of many clubs there. I remember Forest Park and riding that carousel many many times..such fun. I would love to hear from Mary Barber whose father was a prominent Doctor at Jamaica Hospital in the 50's & 60's. There home would be considered a historical home today. I was so fortunate to have had the pleasure of playing for many hours in their lovely house.  I would love to hear from other people who graduated from Richmond Hill High School. I graduated in 1969. I moved to Florida 16 yrs ago and this site bought back so many wonderful memories. Thanks!
Date: Saturday, 18 September 1999
Time: 10:23 AM EST
Submitted by:  Richard H Coulborn
Email address: streamline39@monad.net
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Historical Photos, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I am a former Ridgewood resident now living in beautiful N.H. I used to spend a lot of time in Richmond Hill, especially on Jamaica Ave. It is nice to come and "visit" from time to time, as I do miss the area terribly.....I also love to see old photos and learn about the way things used to be (pre-1970) in Queens.

Date: Friday, 17 September 1999
Time: 13:58:05 (EDT)
Submitted by:  Nancy Veronica Flood
Email address: nvf47@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: Information
How you Found: Accident
Comment: dau. of James A. Flood b. Richmond Hill 1912. My Grandparents were Billy Flood (Wm. X) and Laura Hassett Flood.  undertakers and plumbers' union participants in family 1900 to 1950.

Date: Monday, 6 September 1999
Time: 11:10:34
Submitted by:  Bruce Rudowitz
Email address: PEPIEVENT@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Information
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: Good information, but lacking of more informative info, ie, types of people who resided, more pictures, addresses of noteworthy homes. reply from webmaster- As more info is gathered we will do our best to update it to this website, as far as addresses of the featured homes, it was requested by the owners and photographer for a rather general street address.

Date: Friday, September 3, 1999
Time: 3:59 PM EST
Submitted by:  Paul Kearns-Stanley
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Friend Told Me
Comment: Two guns, a goat, and some gun powder for almost all Queens county?!  Not bad.
Date: Friday, August 27, 1999
Time: 9:14 PM EST
Submitted by:  Bernie M
Email address: bernandnan2AOL.COM
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Information
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I Live in Boca Raton FL. I Graduated From R.H.H.S. in 1978. I wud Like to know if  there are any former residence in my local area. If so pls. Email me. Wud like to here from folks from the old neighborhood!!! GO YANKEES!!!
Date: Wednesday, August 18, 1999
Time: 8:31 PM EST
Submitted by:  Wm  Rogers
Email address: wroger@tiac.net
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Accident

Date: Wed, 11 Aug 1999
Time: 15:44:03 PM
Submitted by:  EDWARD M  LAPOINTE
Email address: EDLAPOINTE@MSN.COM
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Stories
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I have lived in Richmond Hill all my life and find this history most interesting.
I would like to know why the Triangle Hofbrau never received landmark status.
reply from webmaster- The short answer is that it takes a great deal of planning to establish Landmark status with New York City. The Hofbrau was operating as a restaurant up until 1998 when the owners falling on hard times decided to sell the building to a medical facility. When news of this happened, the Historical Society was in a state of shock and alarm and rallied to try and preserve the building structure from being altered and even went as far as trying to halt the purchase but it was too late. As far as I know the building will remain the same but the inside maybe changed somewhat. Your comments go along way when trying to establish landmark status for a structure because the Landmark Commission takes into account the community's interest in preserving a structure. The Hofbrau is in a serious dilemma of losing its historical significance if we let the new developers destroy its historical integrity. The Historical Society is trying to preserve what history is left inside the restaurant which was filled with many significant artifacts and maybe now are missing. It's a constant battle with developers who manage to take hold of property and then tear it down for business purposes. Such was the fate of Jacob Riis' Home whose site is an apartment building now with only a plaque outside acknowledging Jacob Riis' home was there. Again the Historical Society was not aware of the eminent destruction until it was too late. The same fate is now looming over the Republican Club. We can stop the destruction of our community's precious past by taking the first step which is letting our voices be heard by writing a short letter to:
Claire Schulman
Borough President of Queens
120-55 Queens Boulevard
Kew Gardens, NY 11424

Date: Monday, August 9, 1999
Time: 6:51 PM EST
Submitted by:  kevin hall
Email address: kevy2@rocketmail.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: was there a Richmond Hill Sanitarium, around WW2?  Was it a hospital?  Is it still there?

Date: Monday, August 9, 1999
Time: 1:36 PM EST
Submitted by: John Bentham
Email address: jb44@cwcom.net
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Not Sure
How you Found: Accident
Comment: over 30years ago I visited a Dr Herwitz (Hurwitz)..he lived at 85-45 110st Richmond Hill ..he obviously does not live there now...Has anybody any information on him?  ...I live in England & unable to visit.

Date: Friday, August 6, 1999
Time: 2:20 PM EST
Submitted by: Nancy Moore
Email address: nmoore@housing.ucsc.edu
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: My family moved to Richmond Hill in 1949 and I lived there until 1974.  I lived at 87-27 115th Street and my husband had a model of the house made for me, which now resides on my mantle.  I went to school, church and lived my early life totally centered around Richmond Hill.  One of my fondest memories is as a little girl, my grandma and I used to take the B-56 bus on the corner of Jamaica Ave. & 115th Street into Jamaica to go to the Woolworth's. I haven't been back to see my old house in about five years and am looking forward to my return in November.
Nancy Moore (formerly Speth)


Date: Monday, August 2, 1999
Time: 3:04 PM EST
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: former resident-house of a million items


Date: Sunday, August 1, 1999
Time: 5:25 PM EST
Submitted by:  Arlene Berman
Email address: luv2teach@home.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I'm a 1975 RHHS graduate. Is there anyone else out there who was there at that time?  Arlene Berman

Date: Tuesday, July 27, 1999
Time: 12:12 PM EST
Submitted by: Leo
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I lived in the hill, schooling, fun, friends, and I miss you all.

Date: Friday, July 23, 1999
Time: 11:06 AM EST
Submitted by: Tara J  Brock
Email address: htk@mindspring.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine

Date: Wednesday, July 22, 1999
Time: 8:01 PM EST
Submitted by: John D  Connolly
Email address: connolly@magiclink.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: My Grand Aunt Emma Connolly used to live at 8518 111th st Richmond Hill, Long Island, New York. This would have been in the thirties and early forties (1930'-etc). I have been attempting to locate my ancesters and any living relatives that may still live in the area or for that matter, New York. My Grandfather William Z. Connolly was born in Ravenswood, Queens. My great grandfather was John Philip Connolly ( He had immigrated from England. Great grandmothers name was Emma (Millen) ConnollyThey both were from England. I would like to have someone help me attempt to locate living relatives.. I know this is not a genealogical site but it is almost a last resort for me. I did find the information very interesting. I would like to see some pictures of the area and some of the houses. Other than that I think it is a great site. Thanks

Date: Wednesday, July 7, 1999
Time: 1:27 PM EST
Submitted by:  Lorraine Grocki  Smith
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Friend Told Me
Comment: I still have more sites to read at a later date. My mom has lived in Richmond Hill over 67 years. She has been in the same house since she was 9 yrs old.  Her home is to appear on this site at a later date. This is the reason I became aware of this site.  I graduated from Holy Child Jesus school and Richmond Hill HS. Living less than a block from Forest Park was one of the great benefits of growing up in this area.

Date: Tuesday, June 29, 1999
Time: 1:56 PM EST
Submitted by:  Karen Kachelriess Horn
Email address: House_of_Horns@msn.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
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How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Graduated in 1968 from Richmond Hill High School


Date: Sunday, June 27, 1999
Time: 1:48 PM EST
Submitted by: Ruth Pagano
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Accident


Date: Saturday, June 26, 1999
Time: 12:04 AM EST
Submitted by:  Christopher Williams
Email address: Gsoe_Clown@Hotmail.Com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I used to live in Richmond Hill 3 years ago on 124th st between jamaica and hillside and lived right next door to Mr.William Kross. Hes such a nice guy. webmaster- That is great to read! I have never met him, but I am in total gratitude for his unprecedented historical work


Date: Saturday, June 19, 1999
Time: 2:25 PM EST
Submitted by:  Edmund Beardsley
Email address: ED8706@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I found it very interesting and informative. I to would like to know if there is any web site for RHHS being 1966 graduate now living in Florida.


Date: Friday, Friday, June 11, 1999
Time: 10:45 AM EST
Submitted by:  Mr Maneno Utukufu
Email address: maneno.utukufu@db.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I enjoyed the site, and hope to see more historic photos. Also, are there any future plans for the LIRR station and the "Republican Club? reply from webmaster- Yes! The Republican Club has recently begun renovation and the LIRR bridge at Park Lane South that goes through Forest Park is being renovated.


Date: Friday, June 10, 1999
Time: 5:18 PM EST
Submitted by:  Camilo Marquez
Email address: Famapa@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Friend Told Me


Date: Friday, Friday, June 10, 1999
Time: 7:23 AM EST
Submitted by:  Ruth Ann Salvatierra
Email address: luruiowa@heartlandtel.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I grew up in rh--WENT RHHS..played in Pks.
Long comment: ...used to March in the Memorial Day Parades being in the Girl Scouts--May Day Festivities (Maypole dances in Kings Park0 Sledding in Forest Park--boat sailing right there near Buddy Monument---Went to PS 90...ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ANY OLD PHOTOS I MIGHT HAVE? reply from webmaster- Yes! Please send via e-mailwith description or mail to: Richmond Hill Historical Society, 86-20 115th Street, Richmond Hill, NY 11418


Date: Friday, June 4, 1999
Time: 2:51 PM EST
Submitted by:  Les Barnes
Email address: lbarnes1@argusx.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Trivia
How you Found: Accident
Comment: It was good revisiting my old neighborhood. Maybe it would be good to include a chat room for some old friends who have moved to other parts of the country.
reply from webmaster- Yes, this thought had occured to me as well, and will plan on it, if enough people request it. Thanks


Date: Friday, June 4, 1999
Time: 8:26 AM EST
Submitted by:  Ken Kraska
Email address: kekraska@li.net
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I am a Hillite from 1975... missed the 100th aniverary. Are there any class reunions scheduled for the class of '75. Mailing list? Thanks for your efforts in publishing this site! Quite nostalgic. Looks really great!


Date: Thursday, June 3, 1999
Time: 7:08 PM EST
Submitted by:  Lorraine Boyle maiden name
Email address: island&mail.uplink.net
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: My mother, Margaret Bell, was raised at 126-18 97th ave. She was born in 1901. I also lived in the same house for about 5 years. I went to P.S.55 & 57, went to RHHS, for 1 1/2 yrs. before moving. I loved that house and the area. I am trying to find info on my grandmother Margaret Duffy


Date: Thursday, June 3, 1999
Time: 10:18 AM EST
Submitted by:  Rérudi D. Barducci
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: Pesquisa!
Long Comment: Tudo bem?
Preciso saber para pesquisa de escola: O bairro queens foi batizado com esse nome em homenagem à rainha que introduziu o chá na inglaterra. Quem foi essa rainha?
Se puder me ajudar! Muito Obrigado! Rérudi D. Barducci


Date: Saturday, May 29, 1999
Time: 8:26 PM EST
Submitted by:  annmary di gianno-giachetti
Email address: shaey@prodigy.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Not Sure
Comment: i was delighted to find my old gramma school...
Long comment: i would like to hear from some of the people i went to school with. they can email me or write to me at: 242 palmyra drive, orlando, fl, 32807. would love to hear from all or any!....ann g.


Date: Thursday, May 27, 1999
Time: 7:59 PM EST
Submitted by:  Dennis
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Friend Told Me
Comment: KEEP UP THE GOOD CIVIC WORK. IT'S REFRESHING


Date: Sunday, May 23, 1999
Time: 5:59 PM EST
Submitted by:  Margaret Emanuele
Email address: Duncan2246@aol.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: hi, Just came off the tour and it was wondeful, if you can help me out and give me the e-mail address of Regina Santoro, I would truly appreciate it, you can give her my E-mail address, I would love to speak to her regarding some real-estate.   thank you, Margaret Emanuele


Date: Friday, May 21, 1999
Time: 7:28 PM EST
Submitted by:  Howard Stavis
Email address: stavih@hotmail.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Not Sure
How you Found: Accident
Comment: I was glad to find this site.  I was raised in Richmond Hill as a child during the 1950's and 60's and have many fond memories of there.  It was a unique place and I am grateful for having been able to be there during those special years.  I would love to hear from anyone back there, or who has come from there.


Date: Wednesday, May 19, 1999
Time: 8:58 PM EST
Submitted by:  Meredith Grose
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: Hello! My name is Meredith Grose, and I work for a production and distribution company in northern California.  I noticed your website and thought you might be able to help me with some information.  We currently have videos about many individual states, such as Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, and more.  So far, we do not have any videos on the state on New York.  However, we are very interested in reviewing and supplying as many New York State history videos as we possibly can.  The type of videos we are looking for are as follows.  Basically, any videos about history that pertains to the state of New York (from the beginning of the state to the present).  For example famous people from the state of New York, famous statues and figures in the state of New York (Statue of Liberty), important landmarks in the state of New York, and natural history of New York, etc. Do you carry any videos on New York State’s history?  If so, can you please e-mail me some information about these videos?  If not, do you know of a museum or company that might have any information about videos of New York?
Thank you so much for you time and effort.  I do greatly appreciate your help.
Sincerely,
Meredith Grose
Assistant Director of Research and Curriculum Resources
100% Educational Videos, Inc.


Date: Friday, May 14, 1999
Time: 15:06
Submitted by:  Sharon Seitz
Email address: oogly2@yahoo.com
Comment: We are updating the 800 page Blue Guide to NYC (WW Norton) and would like to expand the book's coverage of the boroughs. Do you offer walking tours or know of anyone who does in Richmond Hill or Woodhaven? (Sharon grew up in Cypress Hills) Or can you suggest a walking tour of the area that we can include in the book? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Sharon Seitz (Franklin K. Lane Class of 77) and Stuart Miller


Date: Saturday, May 1, 1999
Time: 3:50 PM EST
Submitted by:  Laurie Clark
Email address: kevclark@gateway.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Not Sure
Comment: My great grandfather Martin Nilsson moved to Richmond Hill around 1900. They owned land on Liberty Ave & 126th. My grandfather was Buck Nilsson, owned Buck Nilsson Moving and Storage until he died in 1966.


Date: Thursday, April 15, 1999
Time: 12:28 PM EST
Submitted by:  Sharon Onderdonk
Email address: sharon@glccomputers.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I actually found your page by trying to find the web site for the Onderdonk House on Flushing Ave. in Queens. I especially liked your home page.


Date: Tuesday, April 13, 1999
Time: 7:03 PM EST
Submitted by:  Margaret Emanuele
Email address: Duncan2246@aol.com
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Accident
Comment: Hi, this was very interesting, This is a beautiful area with beautiful homes I do hope that it stays this way. This website was very interesting,You did a nice job, it is nice to know that so many people care about this area. I am looking forward to the third house tour.  thank you.


Date: Tuesday, April 13, 1999
Time: 12:46 PM EST
Submitted by:  Stacey Savitsky
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Trivia,
How you Found: Search Engine
Short comment: Beautifully done
Long comment: I would love to see more picutres and examples of the beautiful architecture that is so prevelant in the area


Date: Thursday, April 1, 1999
Time: 10:27 PM EST
Submitted by:  John Ade
Email address: JMAde2@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: Search Engine
Comment: I graduated R.H.H.S in 1963.... and still have nightmares about being sent to Miss Koch's office....


Thursday, April 1, 1999
Time: 10:04 PM EST
Submitted by:  Loretta Lynne Freni
Email address: zsazsa626@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Need More of: Pictures
How you Found: I'm a Member
Comment: I would like to list my name as a graduate of Richmond Hill High School in 1959.  Also I would like to know if the alumni are planning a reunion for us.  The above name is my maiden name.


Date: Tuesday, March 30, 1999
Time: 4:03 PM EST
Submitted by:  Michael Palladino
Email address: mornp1@freewwweb.com
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
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How you Found: Accident
Comment: ...I was raised in Ozone Park but I never knew the history of the area....THIS IS GREAT!!


Date: Saturday, March 27, 1999
Submitted by: Walter Tieck
Email address: Tieckw@aol.com
Comment: Do you have a web address or e-mail address for Richmond Hill High School.  I
am an alumni, class of '68 and would like to get in touch with fellow class
mates. Your web page is very good.  I enjoyed looking and reading much of the
information.  I am very sorry to hear about the Triangle Hofbrau House, my
mom, dad, and I used to eat there often.
Thanks again, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Walter Tieck, Class of '68


Date: Friday, March 26, 1999
Submitted by: Peter Salwen
Email address: psalwen@salwen.com
Comment: I am interested in receiving information and photography pertaining to the history of the Forest Park bandshell and would appreciate it if you would kindly forward this request to the appropriate person. Thank you.


Date: Saturday, January 30, 1999
Time: 6:14 PM
Submitted by: Chris Winters
Email address: MCD9@aol.com
Comment: I am a 1961 graduate of RHHS. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could put me in touch with the person in charge of reunions at RHHS.
I have never had word of any and perhaps there have been none, but I would still like to pursue this further. If you have any information on this at all or if you can put me in touch with someone that can help me I would really appreciate it.
Thank you Chris Winters

Date: Tuesday, January 26, 1999
Time: 18:29:34 -0500
Submitted by: Ann V Boeselager
Email address: boeselag@emu.edu
Organization: Eastern Mennonite University
Comment: I came accross your page on the web. My name is Ann Boeselager, and I am a junior at Eastern Mennonite University, with a major in liberal arts.  My concentration is in history, and I am seeking any job possibilities in historic richmond hill. My dream is to rebuild Coney Island and open it as a living museum. However, working in Queens would suit me well, (45 minute subway ride). If anyone has more information please e-mail me. Thanks for your time-Ann Boeselager


Date: Saturday, January 23, 1999
Time: 7:18 PM
Submitted by: Martina Frost
Email address: gdfrost@mindspring.com
Comment: I am looking for information concerning a German family who lived in Richmond Hill, NY around the turn of the century. Their name was Ernst & Rosa Gass. He was a baker and owned a bakery. They had a daughter named Helene. Any suggestions on how to go about finding the daughter or her children is needed and appreciated. Is there a place which might have birth/marriage death records from this time? Best Regards, Martina Frost
Date: Thursday, October 15, 1998
Time: 11:32 AM EST
Submitted by:  Joanne Tanzi
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill, Statistics
Need More of: AllFour
How you Found: SearchEngine
Comment: I am a member but had to search for the website since the newsletter did not list the website address!!! You need information about membership so that anyone visiting the site can join.  Also you may want to consider advertising.  There are plenty of suppliers to restoration efforts that would love to advertise.  E-mail me for ideas.  Also you need general information about restoration efforts and community events, etc.  This should be a resource website for all of Richmond Hill. 
Date: Sunday, August 23, 1998
Time: 9:38 PM EST
Submitted by:  ed lopez
Email address: elopez@brio.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four , Search Engine
Comment: how about adding Tom Calabro to people from Hill. Tom Calabro one of the main character on the recent hit Mellrose Place is from Richmond Hill. He attended troop 28 over at the Luthern church on 114th street where my brother was a scout leader. Tom played the doctor on the series.
http://www.melroseplacetv.com/calabro.htm


Date: Friday, August 21, 1998
Time: 9:49 PM EST
Submitted by:  Ed Lopez
Email address: elopez@brio.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: All Four
How you Found: Search Engine
Short comment: I grew up there and your site is great! Thank You
Long comment: It is too bad the area went downhill, the schools & streets no longer safe, city services poor, etc. I have many fond and not so fond memories. Hopefully this will nuture a renaisance. Thank you for the great work on the site. I am greatly impressed and forwarded the http to my family and friends from the area! I also put a hyperlink from www.sbjl.org the SBJL alumni page. Ed Lopez prior resident of 89-04 120st from birth in  10/63 thru 1986. Now in San Jose, CA.


Date: Friday, July 31, 1998
Time: 8:38 PM EST
Submitted by:  Donald E Sessler
Email address: slow_poke@prodigy.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Pictures , SearchEngine
Short comment: Fannie Mohr 91-48 120th St (1948/1950)
Long comment: Documenting my roots & Fannie Mohr DOD 1950 at Baiting Hollow Cemetery Calverton LI. Trying to est if she had children. My brother before he passed said she had a Ralph and Charles. Would like mbr of your org who has email to contact me. I NEED HELP very much on this branch of Family Tree. (732) 885- 1945 Piscataway NJ. Thank you Don Sessler 
Date: Monday, July 27, 1998
Time: 1:36 AM EST
Submitted by:  Soledad Idrobo
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps
Need More of: Pictures
How you found: Search Engine
Comment: I'm interested in finding out about the history of my residence which I have been told that it was one of the original houses in Richmond Hill.  My family lives at the following address: 87-26 117th Street Additionally, we were told that our house was originally moved from a some where past Atlantic Ave. which makes us wonder since the house is pretty large.  Any information that you could provide would be greatly appreciated. 
Date: Thursday, July 2, 1998
Time: 5:59 PM EST
Most Interest?: Forest Park
Find out More: Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Not Sure
Short comment: http://pilgrim.home.ml.org/
Long comment: Actually, I linked here from the QPTV site. Nice, by the way. Keep up the good work! 
Date: Saturday, June 27, 1998
Time: 1:45 PM EST
Submitted by:  ivan mrakovcic
Email address: ivanlaura@aol.com
Most Interest?: Noteworthy People
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Trivia , I'm a Member
Comment: Dennis; Hi. I responded to Vic Starsky (he has one of those Queensmarked house; 112 street/85th ave). Thanks for forwarding his inquiry. I plan to watch Goodfellas today to spot Richmond Hill scenes. Also during the tour when I was outside of Solernos I mentioned that scenes of that movie where filmed here; this big Italian guy sitting out-front half-jokingly called out "yeah I was one of the guys that pulled the trigger"...it got lots of laughs. see you soon Ivan 
Date: Monday, June 22, 1998
Time: 8:18 PM EST
Submitted by:  victor starsky
Email address: vstarsk@aol.com
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Statistics
Need More of: All Four , I'm a Member
Short comment: I am trying to talk to Ivan M.
Long comment: I need some help researching a leaded glass window that came from the original stock exchange building. I restored it and made a mahagony frame for it. I'm trying to find out the exact date and installer/munufature of the window. If you would like to talk please contact me! thanks, vic. 
Date: Saturday, May 2, 1998
Time: 7:52 PM EST
Submitted by:  Beverly
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Old maps
Need More of: Not Sure
Comment: very beautiful and informative..will return to web page


Date: Thursday, April 30, 1998
Time: 5:04 PM EST
Submitted by:  Laura Jane Smith
Most Interest?: Early History
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: All Four
Comment: I found this site purely by accident last evening, I learned things I had never heard.  I grew up in Richmond Hill and moved to Florida in 1972. I have bookmarked this site and will check it often. Thank you. Laura Smith


Date: Sunday, March 15, 1998
Time: 12:47 AM EST
Submitted by:  Sasha Pericic
Email address: ioscape.comm@usa.net
Most Interest?: Maps
Find out More: Historical Photos, Old maps, Recent Richmond Hill
Need More of: Pictures
Short comment: Nice site Dennis!
Long comment: I like the logo at the index file. Very nice...


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