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GROWING UP GLOUCESTER: Quigley's Lumber, who Played in the Carmen Palmiero Basketball League


Gloucester City, NJ (Mid-1950's)--Top Row, from left-Coach Elenbark, unknown, John Hindsley, Buchanan, Bill Connelly, John Elenbark, unknown

Bottom row-Lou Dunkle,  unknown, Freihoff, Bob Ackley, unknown, McLaughlin, Bill Reinhardt

Editor's note: Quigley's Lumber office building was located at Market Street and the railroad where the Lighthouse Baptist Church is today. They also had warehouses along on Johnson Blvd., on either side of Nicholson Road, and also on Jersey Avenue, near 7th Street in those days. The Johnson Blvd. warehouses were destroyed by fire. If you know the names of the unknown players and or the first names of the others, please send your answers to

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