The Jersey Shore, Pavilion-Side on the Beach, Asbury Park, c1904

James Bradley first set sight on the beaches of what would become Asbury Park while on a Methodist retreat at Ocean Grove. As he developed his recently purchased property over the 1880s, he paid tribute to Methodism�s rich musical tradition with the construction of a beachfront pavilion dedicated to musical performances. During summer months, crowds would gather to hear concerts from touring orchestras and the popular singers of the day.

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The Jersey Shore, Pavilion-Side on the Beach, Asbury Park, c1904

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