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The discovery of this old trunk found in the Cerasani family attic is where the story begins…

 

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Image by Glen March

The unknown treasures of the Cerasani family displayed in the trunk.

 

 

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In addition to creating a model of the park, Arthur Cerasani crafted small plaster heads to be sold to tourists. These castings were part of the treasure found in the Cerasani attic.

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A more confident Arthur Cerasani edges down the mountain. On April 21, 1940, he wrote, “As time goes on I’ll surely become a dear old dare devil”.

Arthur Cerasani bravely runs a drill while working on Roosevelt’s eye.

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Author of the book, Richard Cerasani’s parents.

Arthur J. Cerasani and Mary E. Grow met at a Fourth of July picnic in 1935.

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