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Welcome to Fieldston Beach in Marshfield, MA

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Fieldston Restaurant 1949 - The photo shows the gathering of a group of Pharmacists, "25th International convention - Rho Pi Phi - July 17th, 1949" - Surf Ave is on the right.
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photo stitched together by Yak - thanks, YAK!
Fieldston Beach by Chris Lewis
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Postmark 1938

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Postmark 1947
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1940 Advertisement

Fieldston-on-the-Atlantic was built in 1925 by Joseph P. Spang as a large entertainment complex located by the ocean.

The complex consisted of a large main building by the ocean and the Bavarian Village, built by Leo Bencordo and Russell. The waitresses wore authentic German outfits and served beer in a pitcher for fifty cents. One hundred and twenty 50 gallon barrells of beer were sold each week-end.

Fieldston-on-the-Atlantic was famous for its salt water swimming pool.

Behind the soda fountain was a building with eight bowling alleys.

During the 20s-40s , twenty-five to thirty busloads of people arrived every day of the week for daylong outings.

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The Fieldston was eventually sold and called "The Rexicana". It burned on September 6, 1978.

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Interior of the Rexicana Ballroom (Previously called the Fieldston on Atlantic)
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