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Readers remember Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits at Steel Pier

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Posted: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 12:00 am

My wife and I had our first date on the Steel Pier in the 1940s. We had finished our junior year at Atlantic City High School and went with another couple. We wanted to see all the attractions and go dancing. "Everything" included 2 movies, a stage show, Tony Grant's kids, the water circus, the haunted house, the Diving Bell and the arcade. The water show had diving "collegians," a water-skiing dog, high-wire acrobats and the iconic Diving Horse. It was always a mad rush and race to try to include everything. But it was wonderful.

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