Works Progress Administration (WPA) building projects during the New Deal effort of the Great Depression: Palisades Interstate Park along the Hudson River in Fort Lee, New Jersey. A group of teenage boys hiking in the park. Groups gathered at a picnic area. Boys and girls playing outside of a new bath house building beside the park beach. View of the Perkins Memorial Tower built in honor of the former chairman of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, and a wide view of the Palisades Interstate Park Administration Building still under construction. Scene changes to Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale New York, as 1930's cars drive in front of a newly built club house to discharge passengers. A uniformed door man stands by. Women golfers and men golfers play on the new 18 hole golf course in the park which requires no membership.
People ride vehicles in Palisades Park, New Jersey. A sign reads 'Big World Sensation'. People stand around a steel cage. Two men seated on a bike and a woman stands with her bicycle. They ride their motorcycle and bicycle inside a steel cage.
The National Triplets Convention brings together forty one sets of triplets in Palisades Park, New Jersey. Triplets eat lollipops, seated on chairs and enjoy in children's train. Triplets ranging in age from one to seventeen. The triplets find plenty to eat and plenty of fun.
A wedding ceremony held on a roller coaster in Palisades Park, New Jersey. A man and woman are married by an officiant on the moving roller coaster.
Air cyclist Peejay Ringens rides a bicycle at Palisades Park in New Jersey, United States. Ringens poses. Buildings in the background. He climbs a pole. A flag on a flag pole. People gather to watch him. He rides the bicycle on a narrow inclined slope and then lands in a tank of water which is 3 feet deep. Buildings and a ferris wheel in the background.
A baby crawling race over a 50-foot course at Palisades Park in New Jersey. Mothers arrive with their babies for the baby crawling race. The babies are weighed. They have candidature numbers. The participating babies on the ground. The babies crawl over the 50-foot course. The parents of the babies cheer for them. The winner's mother holds him.