Catharine Turner Richardson Park

Catharine Turner Richardson Park [OpenStreetMap]

A very small triangle/plaza at Douglaston Pkwy., 240 St. bet. 42 Ave. and 43 Ave. in Queens


Founded November 30, 1899 — 125 years ago

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I use to go to alley pond environmental to square dances with senora amigo we love it there very much with very nice volks I hope to be back when it reopens in Douglas ton now nursing home resident in Whitestone queens ny city if I could Iโ€™d do more there I have been doing things for the earth environment since very young school days not just to earn millions of dinero as most volks only care about or are never pleased no matter what they get I wish my senora could come take me out to see more of this building I am not only an environmentalist but love traveling and working cash on delivery not four walls all days at a job I am rare person I pick up any size pieces to recycle even Pennies if worth doing it should be done right honestly is our best...

November 8, 2022 3:01pm

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