A picture of the gazebo in Manor Park

 

Cartoons by L. F. Van Zelm
Published in the Larchmonter-Times in 1922

 

Number One: WHEN FAILLACE BROTHERS BROKE GROUND FOR THE NEW VILLAGE HALL

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Number Two: THE FIRE DEPARTMENT RUNS OUT OF GAS ON THE WAY TO THE FIRE

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Number Three: THE MOTORMEN PITCH HORSESHOES
TO SEE WHO'LL MAKE THE NEXT RUN

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Number Four: OUR JUNE BRIDE LAUNCHES FORTH ON THE SEA OF MATRIMONY

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Number Five: WHEN THE BOOTLEGGER SPECIAL COMES TO TOWN

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Number Six: A COLLISION ON THE POST ROAD CAUSES SOME EXCITEMENT

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Number Seven: THE VILLAGE BELLE CAN'T UNDERTAND WHY HER CAR WON'T RUN

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Number Eight: A FLOCK OF TURKEYS BREAK LOOSE
FROM THE COLONIAL MARKET AND TEAR DOWN THE POST ROAD

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Number Nine: SATURDAY AFTERNOON IS THE BUSY SHOPPING TIME IN LARCHMONT

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Number Ten: JUST BEFORE TRAIN TIME AT THE LARCHMONT DEPOT

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