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Photo #25998

Last Name: Kriegel

First Name : Irving

Middle Name: H

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Date: 1921-1940

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Photographer's City: Liberty

Photographer's State: NY

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Type** : SNAP

Comments: Irving H Kriegel (Nee: ) | | 1921-1940 | Comments: This is My father, Irving H. Kriegel,24 yrs old on the front porch (veranda) of the Funcrest Hotel during the 1929 summer season . He worked at the Funcrest, running activities and gaming, etc each season in the late 1920s and into the early 30s. I believe he met my mother, Edna Feldman there, and they were married in 1931. . My Father drove us up to Pine Hill sometime in the early 50's ... I can't remember exactly what year. Anyway, we stayed there a couple of days (maybe 3?) and I really loved the place! The lake and setting were gorgeous ... and I spent much time swimming and rowing on that lake during this short visit. The owners, (Mr & Mrs. Funk) were still alive (or at least Mr. Funk was....) and remembered my father from a quarter century earlier. He treated us very well during our short visit. I don't remember the town of *Pine Hill*, but I do recall that the town of *Liberty* was the closest town of any meaningful size ... My parents also told me that in the late 20s or early 30s someone drowned in that lake ... and the lake had to be heavily drained to recover the body. I don't know who the victim was ... only that he was reputed to be a strong swimmer who developed a cramp while in the water.

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