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Category Archives: Felton Grove Resort
Felton Grove Dance Hall. Bob Wright and Patsy Klein met here in 1942. She was 14, he was 16. They danced with the group “Mountain Dancers”, shown here.
Bill Wright’s family bought Felton Grove Resort in 1941.
This wonderful postcard is from the Ronnie Trubek Collection. Thanks Ronnie!
4 photos: Felton Grove Resort, circa 1940′s. Note: The 4th photo does not have the Felton Grove sign on the roof and it appears to show a 1930′s car on Park Ave.
View is looking across Graham Hill Rd to the side of the Dance Hall Building, Sept. 1942. Courtesy of Patsy Wright Collection.
William James (W. J.) Wright and his wife Marjorie Wright bought the Felton Grove Resort from Brinkman et. al, July 17, 1941. They had 2 sons, Bill and Bob. Photo#1 shows W. J. loafing on the porch of the Felton … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of Bob and Patsy dancing inside the Felton Grove Dance Hall, 1940′s:
Felton Grove Resort tennis court, 1947, was originally built in approx. 1922 as a part of the Felton Grove Auto Camp. In 1958, Bob and Patsy Wright built their home here. Photo #1 is looking at the tennis court toward … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of the Patsy Wright Family Collection. This is where Patsy and Bob Wright first met, danced and fell in love. Thanks so much, Patsy! More photos coming.
Captain Ed lived with his wife in a house at the end of River Rd and ran Capt. Ed’s Boyland Camp. The boys swam in the San Lorenzo River and Zayante Creek. In the 1930′s, 40′s and 50′s they hung … Continue reading
Circa 1952. Thanks for the old square dancing ad, Christian!
Felton Grove Resort Dance Pavilion, also called the Dance Hall circa 1940′s.