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Eleanor & Franklin Roosevelt family Christmas photo dated 1930. Franklin Delano Roosevelt ...

This is Broadway in July of 1986 from outside the Adirondack Trust Bank. Across the street is Raymond's Boutique, which was owned by former Saratoga Springs mayor Raymond Watkin. (Times Union Archives)

Saratoga Race Course on Aug. 2, 1954. Courtesy Saratoga Springs History Museum

Saratoga Elks Clubhouse entrance, Saratoga Springs, NY circa 1934. (Times Union Archives)

A view of Maple Avenue in Saratoga Springs, NY circa 1938. (Times Union Archives)

PHOTO TAKEN BY GEORGE S. BOLSTER OF EASTERN ELEVATION OF BROADWAY IN SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY. FOR LINDA TRISHITTA SARTU STORY. Photo: GEORGE S. BOLSTER / ALBANY TIMES UNION

Photo Courtesy of the George S. Bolster Collection of the Historical Society of Saratoga Springs -- Photograher is Unknown -- Ed Farrington. 1 Phila St. He was the owner of the Billiard Parlor and Bike Shop in Saratoga Springs. He owned the shop that he is pictured in front of. No other information is available. Photo: UNKNOWN / GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION

Photo Courtesy of the George S. Bolster Collection of the Historical Society of Saratoga Springs -- Photographer, H.B. Settle -- Broadway and surronunding area in this 1925 photo. Shows the important hotels on Broadway, including the Grand Union, in the middle left with the United State just above. Photo: UNKNOWN / GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION

Photo Courtesy of the George S. Bolster Collection of the Historical Society of Saratoga Springs -- Photographer, J.S. Wolley -- Looking North up Broadway with the United States Hotel on the left in this 1907 photo. Photo: UNKNOWN / GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION

Photo Courtesy of the George S. Bolster Collection of the Historical Society of Saratoga Springs -- Photographer, Unknown -- Chef's from the Grand Union Hotel relax in front of J.F. Hasenfuss Cafe at the corner of Congress and Federal St. in Saratoga Springs in this circa 1900 photo. Photo: UNKNOWN / GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION

Photo courtesy of George S. Bolster Collection/Historical Society of Saratoga Springs -- D&H Train Station from Division St. in Saratoga Springs, NY in 1937.

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SARATOA SPRINGS--WORKERS REBUILD THE SARATOGA SPRINGS TRAIN STATION IN 1900, AFTER FIRE DESTROYED THE STRUCTURE. FOR MILLENIUM PROJECT. Photo: HAND OUT / GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE GEORGE S. BOLSTER COLLECTION OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS--THE SARATOGA CLUB, WHICH ONCE EXISTED AT 517 NORTH BROADWAY. Photo: SEE CAPTION FOR CREDIT / SEE CAPTION FOR CREDIT

A shopping center on Broadway, shown here in September, 1971. (Roberta Smith/Times Union)

My, how times have changed. Back on Aug. 1, 1985, it only cost a buck to park on this lawn. Can't find that anywhere today, unless you're willing to park in Schuylerville. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union)

This is what the Arrowhead Lake House looked like in 1938. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)

A look inside Gorman's on Saratoga Lake on June 12, 1944. It was also known as Furla's and Mother Kelly's. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)

A look from the outside of Riley's Lake House on July 14, 1936. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)

The staff at Riley's Lake House on Aug. 2, 1940. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)

Traffic is heavy on Broadway in this undated photo, but, judging by the cars, it looks like it was the late 1940s. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)

The stage and dance floor at Riley's Lake House in 1934. (Courtesy of Saratoga Springs Historical Museum, George S. Bolster collection)


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