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Rehberg Winery (Rehberg's Pleasure Hall) - Images from 1890-1919

Rehberg's Pleasure Hall and the adjacent Rehberg home were located just east of the entrance to the Middle Bass Club at the west end of the island. Rehberg's was only for members of the Club and their family and friends, and provided a service in demand because alcohol was not allowed at the main Club House.

Click here for an earlier 1874 sketch of the Rehberg home, with the left wing not built yet.

Also, there was another tennis court close by at the Middle Bass Club. This can be viewed if you click here.

Rehberg's Hall in 1891

A ten cent drink ticket for Rehberg's, around 1891

Count Rehberg in the Parlor at his Winery

View of the Rehberg Winery Looking North, with the Tennis Courts in the Foreground, around 1900

View from the Rehberg Winery Looking South, around 1900

The Rehberg Home, around 1900, with the vineyards around the home visible

The Hall in 1915

Group sitting in front of the hall, 1915

Count Henry Rehberg in 1919, on left

Count Henry Rehberg in 1919, on right

Barbara Strater and Count Rehberg (on right) - undated


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