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Mystery Photo Update: Do You Know Where This Was Taken?

A reader solves our mystery, said she was married here.

UPDATE: Perhaps our mystery has been solved. Phyllis Stein sent us this email from her friends, Marion and Don Conroy who lived and grew up in Kings Park in the 1940's-50's era and graduated from Kings Park High School, which as the time wa housed at RJO.

Marion said, "I think the house with the pond that can't be identified is Cottage Field and the house Don's parents lived in and where Don and i were married."

Phyllis told us the couple celebrated their 50th anniversary this past July, and are now residents of Florida. 

King Pedlar has forwarded a photo to us that he says is a mystery.

"Nobody in the museum has the foggiest where it is.  I thought San Remo, maybe Fort Salonga, Cranford Estate ?" said Pedlar. "Who knows, it is the $64,000 question."

So readers, we normally have the answer to the question before we ask it, but this time it is really up to you. Any ideas? Tell us in the comment section below.

John Massaro February 14, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Possibly whats now the north corner of 25A & Sunken Meadow Rd? This also kinda reminds me of those tiny little ponds that line the east side of Bread & Cheese Hollow Rd.
sally pruslow February 14, 2012 at 02:52 PM
Sally Pruslow The pond Trica is referring to I thought was called Muma's Pond part of the John Muma's Nursery property which went to the sound, parallel to Callahan's Rd. Harrison's pond is on St. Johnland Rd.
Nancy Aikens Walsh February 15, 2012 at 02:51 PM
I agree with Sally, we use to call it Muma's Pond, off of 25A in Fort Salonga. Harrisons Pond is on St. Johnland Rd. to my recollection. But, one thing is sure, a lot of us think it is the pond along 25A.
Linda Saunders February 17, 2012 at 01:09 AM
Could this be the Nowick's Farm ?
marion conroy February 25, 2012 at 01:33 AM
I think this is what was called "cottage field " which was part of St. Johnland. My husband Don Conroy and I ( Marion Conklin ) got married on the side yard of the house showing in 1961. Unfortunately all the homes were plowed down, they had pressed glass windows, 12ft. ceilings and beautiful woodwork '

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