Jeff Bowling Alleys


Phillipsport, United States

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The one time Bowling Alley of Jeffersonville, NY, Sullivan County. The building extends quite deeply from front to back and was once a meeting place of fun times for the local people.
Jeffersonville is a village in Sullivan County, New York, United States.

The original settlers arrived around 1830 and called the village Winkelried. The first hotel in the village was The Jefferson House, named after President Jefferson, and the village was subsequently renamed to Jeffersonville. The hotel is now known as the Abel Building and still stands on Main St.
In 1897 and 1898, a total of bills from hotels and saloons in town showed that 3000 kegs of beer were consumed in a village with a population of 500. The village was incorporated on November 24, 1924.
In June 1974, Patty Hearst was kept in a home in Jeffersonville that was rented by Nicki Scott, a Symbionese Liberation Army ally. Patty Hearst described Jeff as “remote and as near nowhere in particular.” (Times Herald Record, June 1974). During her days in captivity in Jeffersonville, it was rumored that she trained in guerrilla warfare.
Composed in Photoshop with original textures and textures by Design Cuts.

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