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Heinz Pier


The Iron Pier opened in Atlantic City in 1896. H.J. Heinz purchased the Iron Pier in 1898, and turned it into the Heinz Pier. He called it the "Crystal Palace by the Sea."

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Heinz Pier


Heinz Pier

Post Card by Post Card Distribution Co. - From the collection of Thomas Topham.

Visitors to the Heinz Pier got to taste Heinz products, especially pickles, and were given a free Heinz pickle pin. The Heinz Pier was destroyed by a hurricane in 1944.




Heinz Pier


Heinz Pier

Post Card by Miller Bros., Atlantic ity. - From the collection of Thomas Topham.

Heinz Pier on a crowded summer day.


Heinz Pier - Another View.


Heinz Pier

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.

The Heinz Pier held daily organ recitals, and it included a museum which featured displays of "Kitchens from the Past," the then-present, and from other countries. Five examples are shown below.


Heinz Pier - French Kitchen Display


 Heinz Pier - French Kitvhen Display

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Heinz Pier - English Kitchen Display


Heinz Pier - English Kitchen Display

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Heinz Pier - Colonial Kitchen Display


Heinz pier - Colonial Kitchen Display

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Heinz Pier - 1869 Kitchen Display


Heinz Pier - 1869 Kitchen Display

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Heinz Pier - Modern Kitchen Display


Heinz Pier - Modern kitchen Display

Photo from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Heinz Pier - Advertisement Postcard


Heinz Pier Advertisement Postcard

Postcard from the collection of Thomas Topham.


Crowd at Heinz Pier - 1928


Crowd at Heinz Pier

Postcard by Saltzburg's Merchandisise Co. - from the collection of Thomas Topham.






      


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