The first photo on this page is an aerial view of Long Branch, which Robert Lansdale has shared with us, from the early 1950s.
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In this photo, Robert Lansdale has indicated the position of the boat — shown in the second photo on this page — and the direction in which the camera was facing when the latter photo was taken, in about 1925.
Left to right in the second photo, which Barbara Durance has shared with us, are Connie Durance, Cyril Durance, George Durance, Rene Durance, and Florence Morrel. (Photo credit: Doris Durance. © Durant family and Robert Lansdale).
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In a previous blog post, we displayed a map on which Robert Lansdale has indicated the approximate location of the boat in the photo, and the direction in which the camera had been pointed. The diagram on the aerial photo at the top of the current page provides the same information.