|Title||[Tysen Manor Tea Room]|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Photographer||Flamm, Herbert A.|
|Studio or Publisher||Weitzman's Photo Shop|
|Collection||Herbert A. Flamm Photograph Collection|
Original B&W print. Diagonal view of a one and one-half story wooden building with cars parked alongside. Sign on the building next to a door: "TYSEN MANOR / PUBLIC COURSE / TEA ROOM". Stamped signature "HFlamm" in upper left corner. Reverse has a handwritten inscription from the photographer: "Ray / This is a print from my / original neg -- around 1930 / This became the Tavern on the Green / Herb / Just before Prohibition was appealed [sic] / Tysen Country Club - Tysen Tea Room".
(Keywords: New York City)
|Print size||4.5 x 6.750|
|Ownership and History||Staten Island's Tysen Manor Golf Course was operated by Henry H. Nutt from 1928-1936. It occupied nearly 100 acres of the former Tysen farm along Hylan Boulevard west of New Dorp Lane. Around 1938 the club house became the Tavern on the Green restaurant, a popular restaurant for decades. It closed in 1976.|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
Nutt, Henry H.
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