Throwback Cover

Young men playing guitar with friends around at resort From the archives of Aladdin Color, shines an original 1960s photograph of a group of teens at the Gondolier Motel in

Wildwood Post Office Murals

Did you ever stop to admire these murals? The historic post office in Wildwood, New Jersey was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which was completed in 1936,

Wildwood’s Urban Renewal Project

(photos) Then & Now on the NW corner of Wildwood & Atlantic Aves. by Anne Vinci For those of us that enjoyed the “Doo Wop” Era of the 50s and 60s,

Season’s Greetings from the Wildwood Historical Society

Taken outside the Vinci residence at 22nd & Central Aves. on December 17, 1967 of the North Wildwood Fire Department delivering toys to the pre-school children. Pictured are

History of Wildwood Parks 3 – The Home that once sat on magnolia lake

This park was actually not located on Magnolia Ave., but between Wildwood and Oak Ave. along New Jersey Ave. The lake was filled in and most of the land

History of Wildwood Parks 2- Memorial Park

The view of Memorial park between Wildwood & Oak Avenues was taken after Magnolia Lake was filled in (tennis courts. were there before the Lions Center was built The

A Vintage Wildwood Christmas on the Santa Bus

Donna Gomez on the Santa bus, 1960 This photo was sent in by Donna Gomez taken on the Santa Bus in 1960, along with fond memories... “Some of my earliest

The Wreck of the D.H. Ingraham

by Steve Murray December 4, 1886. Hereford Inlet, approximately 10:30PM Captain James Mullen was desperately trying to navigate his vessel in the worst conditions imaginable- a blinding Nor’eastern snowstorm in

Christmas at Hereford Lighthouse

The Baker Family in the front parlor of the Hereford Lighthouse- 1946
Young Jack and sister, Winnie on floor with their dog “Bunny” by Steve Murray George Baker was Coast Guard

Wildwood Winters

Betty & Katherine Braidwood on Olde New Jersey Ave., c. 1928written by Dorothy Kulisek & Meg Corcoran “Now is the winter of our discontent.” ~William Shakespeare Granted, winter may not