2004-07-16 / Community

The Bungalow Tradition Lives On ‘Club 101’ Celebrates July Fourth

The Bungalow Tradition Lives On
‘Club 101’ Celebrates July Fourth


Summer residents and their guests celebrate July Fourth at Callahan’s Court, now known as “Club 101,” on Beach 101 Street between the Rockaway Freeway and Rockaway Beach Boulevard. The colony includes 18 bungalows family owned since 1948; originally owned by Stella and Bill Callahan; continually owned, occupied and enjoyed by Bill and Sis Callahan, Marie and Hugh Fraser, children and grandchildren. 	       Photos: Anastasia KiyonagaSummer residents and their guests celebrate July Fourth at Callahan’s Court, now known as “Club 101,” on Beach 101 Street between the Rockaway Freeway and Rockaway Beach Boulevard. The colony includes 18 bungalows family owned since 1948; originally owned by Stella and Bill Callahan; continually owned, occupied and enjoyed by Bill and Sis Callahan, Marie and Hugh Fraser, children and grandchildren. Photos: Anastasia Kiyonaga

The Wave wants to document Rockaway’s remaining summer bungalows, generally occupied from Memorial Day through Labor Day, and we need your help to record this special part of Rockaway’s story. Take a few pictures of your court this weekend and send the best ones to us with a 3x5" index card of pertinent information. Be sure to include the name, location and number of bungalows in the court, a description of the activity shown, the names of the people shown and a contact phone number (for our records only). We’ll publish at least one photo from each area and add all of them to the historical archives in the Rockaway Museum.


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