A question was raised on Face Book about the Sunnybrae Country Club, for those that don’t know this was located in Yardville on South Broad Street where now you find Dover Manor Homes, Dover Apartments, Sunnybrae Gardens Apartments and the Dover Manor Shopping Center. This prompted a little research;
The Sunnybrae Country Club opened in the 1920's as The Mercer County Golf Cub, in March of 1933 the name was changed and in April, 1933 it reopened as the Sunnybrae County Club. Among the many amenities advertised there were a Club House, a Restaurant & Bar and Beach Swimming. On July 16, 1948 a large fire consumed a barn full of hay belonging to the Totten Hay Company of Yardville, and equipment belonging to the Club was destroyed, this was adjacent to the Club House. The fire was fought by the White Horse, Groveville, DeCou, and Rusling Hose Fire Companies. In March 1952 it was announced the Club and the 271 acres of golf course had been sold and would be closing. Three days later they announced they had gotten the OK to start building, in 1956 they began to sell homes. I can pick out two guys in this photo, Jim Donnell and Eddie Klink.