photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> Memories of Old HIALEAH, Florida - Historical Photo Galleries and Commentaries - click on image to view and read > Early 1964 - Hialeah's Deer Park section and Miami Springs
previous | next
Early 1964 - Hialeahs Deer Park section and Miami Springs
Early 1964 Home News

Early 1964 - Hialeah's Deer Park section and Miami Springs

Hialeah, Florida

Thank you to Fred Swick for contributing three old Home News editions so I could scan the images for this site.

other sizes: small medium original
comment | share
Linda (Duckworth) Phillips 21-Mar-2012 17:39
WoW. What a cool photo! I lived near ToToLoChe Drive , in Deer Park, on Eucalyptus Drive, with the Weigand family. The Avery and Ruchee families lived across the street. Around the corner, on Hialeah Drive, lived David Schwartz, and further down Hialeah Drive lived Larry Andrew Moore, and his younger brother Blair. Their mother was an assistant principal and father was a professional musician. We walked everywhere! After school we often just ran around the neighborhood, from one back yard to the next. We had thether ball, volleyball and badmitten in our yard, so we would play there often, as well as playing tag and hide-and-go-seek throughout the neighborhood. When the first kid was called into supper, we all went to our respective questions asked. The family dinner table was observed at the same time throughout the entire neighborhood.
Richie Gordon 21-Jul-2011 04:39
I remember Carol Snyder, though I didn't know her well. I was younger and better friends with her brothers David, Ricky and Dwight. They had the white 2 story house on the corner. The Orths, Wetzels and Helds lived across the street from them. I can see it as clear as day! ;-)
Mary Anne C 26-Feb-2011 05:43
I wonder what ever happened to Carol Snyder, who lived on To-To-Lo-Chee Drive in the 50s? That used to be the very nicest part of Hialeah.