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    With temperatures soaring and summer well underway, countless Americans will be spending their Independence Day weekend at the beach. Here we revisit some classic images from the turn-of-the-century to the 1930's of vacations by the sea, from Coney Island to Santa Monica.

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    A young woman plays a game of beach golf in Chicago, Ill., in 1929. A crowd of men, women and children watch attentively from the sidelines. (Getty Images)



    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Let’s go to the beach! (Library of Congress)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    A couple of women make use of the swings at the beach in Atlantic City, N.J. (Getty Images)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    A plane soars above the automobiles at Daytona Beach, Fla., 1911.


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Native Hawaiians pose for the camera on a beach in Honolulu. (Library of Congress)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Beachgoers crowd the shore at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, Calif., c. 1930. (Getty Images)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    A band plays a tune for the crowd at Huntington Beach, Calif. (Library of Congress)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Bathers and umbrellas cover the shore at Ocean City, N.J. The boardwalk in the background stretches for 2.5 miles along the beach. (Getty Images)


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Drivers take their passengers for a ride along the beach in the Seabreeze neighborhood of Daytona Beach, Fla., 1904.


    A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


    Men in day clothes stand side by side with swimmers and sunbathers on the beach at Coney Island. (Library of Congress)

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A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt Part 2


With temperatures soaring and summer well underway, countless Americans will be spending their Independence Day weekend at the beach. Here we revisit some classic images from the turn-of-the-century to the 1930's of vacations by the sea, from Coney Island to Santa Monica.

A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


A young woman plays a game of beach golf in Chicago, Ill., in 1929. A crowd of men, women and children watch attentively from the sidelines. (Getty Images)



A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Let’s go to the beach! (Library of Congress)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


A couple of women make use of the swings at the beach in Atlantic City, N.J. (Getty Images)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


A plane soars above the automobiles at Daytona Beach, Fla., 1911.


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Native Hawaiians pose for the camera on a beach in Honolulu. (Library of Congress)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Beachgoers crowd the shore at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, Calif., c. 1930. (Getty Images)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


A band plays a tune for the crowd at Huntington Beach, Calif. (Library of Congress)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Bathers and umbrellas cover the shore at Ocean City, N.J. The boardwalk in the background stretches for 2.5 miles along the beach. (Getty Images)


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Drivers take their passengers for a ride along the beach in the Seabreeze neighborhood of Daytona Beach, Fla., 1904.


A Summer Activity time Can't Touch By William Holt_Part2


Men in day clothes stand side by side with swimmers and sunbathers on the beach at Coney Island. (Library of Congress)

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