Vanderbilt Cup Races
Chris Heisig: "What kinds of concessions were available at the Vanderbilt Cup Races?"
The Garden City Hotel, the largest and most exclusive hotel on Long Island, served as the headquarters for the Vanderbilt Cup Race Commission from 1904 to 1910. (3 comments)
Mystery Foto expert Greg Oriero submitted this week's Foto. (3 comments)
The 40th bridge in the series documenting the 65 bridges built by the Long Island Motor Parkway is the Jerusalem Avenue Bridge in the Hempstead Plains (now Levittown). (3 comments)
My third book "North Hempstead" has been completed and will available for sale on January 20, 2014. (4 comments)
This week's Mystery Foto was a previously unpublished image from the Vanderbilt Cup Races. (7 comments)
Since 1901 the largest and grandest hotel on Long Island was the Garden City Hotel... a perfect choice for a VanderbiltCupRaces.com "Then & Now". (3 comments)
Mystery Foto Solved #32: Carman Avenue Bridge in East Meadow During the Opening of the Motor Parkway
This week's Mystery Foto is one of my favorite images of racing on the Long Island Motor Parkway. (11 comments)
This Mystery Foto was from the collection of Paul Osika, who has the best vintage racing photos at Hershey. (6 comments)
For the revival of the Vanderbilt Cup Races in 1936, a new Vanderbilt cup was designed and produced by Cartier.