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New Rochelle Rowing Club
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While standing in the face of many nor'easters and hurricanes over the years, the New Rochelle Rowing Club, founded in 1880 still remains on its original site.  This building is the second of two which occupied the site.  The first was completed in 1881 and was replaced by this structure in 1896. A little worse for wear, it is still being used for the same purpose today

Copyright: Dennis Orzo
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Uploaded: 16/06/2012
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