The pier, now dubbed the “Fishing Pier,” continued to be a popular place for fishing and swimming. On the back of the postcard written on March 10, 1941, a visitor wrote, “This is the pier on which Dad does most of his fishing. He helped pull in a 350-pound black sea bass (Jewfish). They used block and tackle to land it.” (Courtesy of Nina H. Webber)
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