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A Virtual Journey into River Edge from a Distance: Remembering River Edge - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Lee
25:04
I heard a bit of background noise so I had to mute some folks on my end but please feel free to unmute yourself to join the conversation!
Karen Clemments
42:56
Yes! We would walk down Kinderkamack to ride on the whirligig!
Karen Clemments
44:45
The burgers cost $0.29 each when we went (about 1962).
Karen Clemments
46:06
The A&P was in existence there through at least 1968 or so. (My best friend worked there when he was in high school. I’m dating myself!)
Karen Clemments
55:49
Strumph’s Pharmacy was an anchor store in the strip mail on Kinderkamack between Jefferson Ave and Monroe. I believe the family owned that strip and collected the rent every week, in cash.
Karen Clemments
01:01:18
Cheshire Cat, the restaurant when I knew it was located on Forest Ave northbound near Rt 4. Was replaced by a corporate building I believe.
Pam Schwitter
01:06:10
I lived next door to Mickey in 1962 and babysat his four boys several times!
Karen Clemments
01:37:09
Are these books available at the library?
Darma Camacho
01:40:36
Thank you Eric, very insetting and informative.
Julia Lee
01:40:57
Yes! The bridge that saved a nation : Bergen County, New Bridge and the Hackensack Valley and The history of River Edge, 1693-1964 are available at the Library
Bernie Blick
01:41:42
Thank you for a great presentation.
Susan
01:42:33
most interesting ! Yes, Strumph's, often there for RXs
Wendy Salkin
01:43:34
very interesting thank you
Susan
01:43:40
Thank you!
Julia Lee
01:44:22
Here is Eric's direct email: emodel22@gmail.com
Julia Lee
01:44:30
My email is Julia.lee@riveredge.bccls.org