The Klapperthal Pavilion was built in 1892 as an entertainment complex, 350 feet long, with the largest dancefloor in Pennsylvania, and restaurant seating for 2,000. It was sold in 1903, and dismanted, the materials being used to build houses along Neversink Road.
A "trolley" heading east along the south (river) side of Neversink around 1900. All photography was black and white in those days, and postcards were hand-colored. So the color of the trolley depended on the mood of the artist that day.
The new edition of the book contains more than 100 illustrations and photos, along with lots of stories about Neversink from 1900 and before.