FYI, This is some additional info I sent to RCDB:
This is what I recall:
20 (or so) horse carousel
Standard Eli Wheel
Herschell Little Dipper (I am quite sure with the pre-1955 rolling stock) see: http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/v/a/vac3/kiddie.html
A small selection of flats:
Motorcycle and firetruck (circle)
A kiddie whip
There may have been 1 or 2 more
An interesting note on some of the larger rides: The Wheel, Octopus and Carousel were powered (until the last time I visited in the late 80's) with 4 cylinder gasoline engines mounted on 4 iron spoke wheels. Power was provided to the ride mechanism via large leather belts. These units appeared to be pre-World War II.
For the 50 weeks out of the year that the park did not operate, all rides were dismantled down to their central hubs / axles or support frame in the case of the Eli Wheel.
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