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|25||12 1/4 x 10 1/4
Oil on board; The Famous Atlantic City Skyline.
|26||23 1/2 x 41 1/2
Colorized Photograph; Venus Ramey, Miss Washington, D.C. who was crowned Miss America 1944.
|27||44 x 28
Color Photograph; Hess Studios. Magnificent skyline of the World’s Playground.
2nd N.J. Congressman Milton Glenn had this hanging in his office in washington D.C
|28||31 x 41
Gale Marshall 1977
Oil on Canvas; Hotel Dennis with the Blenheim in the background
|29||36 x 27 (21 1/2 x 31 1/2)
George E. Essig
Watercolor; 1917; from a sketch as it looked in 1869; The Thoroughfare. The Atlantic City end of Old Turnpike Road. The old bridge over what is now the bay at Florida Avenue
|30||21 3/4 x 14 3/4
George E. Essig
Oil on Board. A scene from Brigantine looking west to Atlantic City.
|31||16 1/2 x 13
Watercolor; George E. Essig; Inside the Delaware breakwater sketched from the beach at Lewes in front of Rev. Lynch House where I stopped while at Lewes for several seasons.
|32||21 1/2 x 17 3/4
Print of a watercolor; DJ Kennedy of Philadelphia, PA; August 1875; Absecon Lighthouse and The Senate House, Henry B. Cook-owner. Painted from a Sailing inside the Brigantine Channel off the beach south.of Rhode Island Ave, Atlantic City.
|33||17 1/2 x 16
Watercolor; James Fox; 1938; Near Albany Avenue bridge with Atlantic City High School in background.
|34||21 1/4 x 17 1/4
Print; Charles Lounsberry; 1974; “Lets Get A Sub” White House Sub Shop, Home of the Submarines, 1974.
|35||27 1/4 x 22
Artists Rendering; Boardwalk Wing and Pavillion, Haddon Hall. Now Resorts International. Leeds I. Lippincott & Co., Atlantic City, New Jersey. Rankin, Kellogg & Grine, Architects.
|36||17 1/2 x 14 1/2|