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Huguenot Lake
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A view of Huguenot Lake, also referred to as the Twin Lakes, in front of New Rochelle High.  It was originally one large lake formed by the construction of the Mahstedt Reservoir Dam in 1885 and has a surface area of approximately fourteen acres.  The Mahstedt family operated an ice-making business at this location.

Copyright: Dennis orzo
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Uploaded: 16/04/2012
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