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She sang on Broadway in a number of shows, including the Ziegfeld Follies, and the Plaza was named in her behalf and the lake in honor of her tribe.The Plaza expanded between 19, and the private planned community grew, too, as more summer homes were added.Drive down the district's sloped main entrance of Winona Parkway, off Route 181 in Sparta, to get a glimpse of the lake beyond, and into White Deer Plaza. The building is circa 1930-1935, with a multi-color, variegated slate roof, stucco siding, half timbering, all in the Lake Mohawk Tudor style. The restaurant on the corner has interesting brickwork, while the Plaza Delicatessen sports gable dormers.Head right along the broad street, divided by a narrow median, for a quick tour of the historical district. Note the diamond-paned casement windows and painted shutters (with heart cut-outs) at the pet center.And before the Lake there was the valley: Brogden Meadow (so named for a colonial judge who settled there), 2300 acres and three miles long, rimmed by wild and wooded ridges, and the source of the Wallkill River that flows north through the Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge and into New York state. Crane Company, under the direction of developer and designer Herbert L.Closs, began the work that would result in this largest of private artificial lakes in New Jersey.
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While the Lake, Boardwalk, and adjacent White Deer Plaza are old, they are not ancient.
The Lake is, in fact, man-made, dating from the mid-1920s.
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