The playground was a local affair, and was largely the gift of the people of Greenpoint. Carpenters gave their services; the nails that they drove came as a gift from one shop and the lumber from another. ... The use of the car was given to us, and the generosity of our friends did not cease there, for on reaching the Island each child was given two rides on the ... She had told the children to watch for her when the Priscilla went by, and they stood on the Java Street dock, fifty strong. As theanbsp;...
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