This card is titled "Elberon Avenue, Long Branch, New Jersey"

The Elberon Fire House and this ornate commercial building haven't changed much since this photo was take 100 years ago.

This image is a view from a building at what is, for the time being, known as "The Ranch," looking east toward Elberon Avenue and the ocean.

The William R Garrison Cottage.   See it years later below.

The Located at the northeast corner of Park Avenue and Ocean Avenue.  The home was razed to lower property taxes on the site and the land remains vacant today.

The Moses Taylor cottage.

The R.J. Dobbins cottage.

Ocean and Park Avenues looking southwest toward the corner of Doc Villane's estate.

This is looking west down Lincoln Avenue from Ocean Avenue.

This is the original estate where Monmouth University is today looking northwest from Norwood Avenue.  
The stables on the left can be seen in greater detail below.

Another view of White Park looking to the northeast from the main grounds of the estate. The building to the right would be near the corner of Kirby Avenue and Norwood Avenue.

This is the "White Park" stables.  See it below on the left of the main house.

This is Norwood Avenue looking north showing "White Park" on the left.

The home known as  "Castle Wall" located at the top of the hill on Van Court between Norgrove, and of course, Castlewall Avenue.

Ocean Avenue looking south.  Seven Presidents Church is on the right.

The "Church of the Presidents" photo above, and below the original church before the additions.

Music credit: "The Entertainer", Scott Joplin, Composer