Manuscript Group 1361, New Jersey Place Photographs and Prints
Archive Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs
Manuscript Group 1361, New Jersey Place Photographs and Prints
Image collection, 19th-20th century, 45 linear feet
Call Number: MG 1361 + Box and folder number
- Arrangement Note
- Folder List (Standard-sized images)
- Unidentified Images
- Oversize Images
- Double-Oversize Images
Documents the landscape, architecture, historic sites, transportation, education, industry, recreation, religion, and other subjects related to specific town, villages, cities and other localities in New Jersey (excepting Newark–Newark photographs filed separately). Photographs consist of 8 x 10 photographs, postcards, prints (engravings and lithographs), matted photographs, carte de visites, cabinet cards, stereocards, oversized and other types of images. Includes towns from every county in New Jersey including Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Camden, Dover, Hoboken, Jersey City, Morristown, New Brunswick, the Oranges, Paterson, Plainfield, Trenton, and other towns. Also includes such entities as the Morris Canal and the Delaware Water Gap.
Includes photographs of hotels, piers, boardwalks, beach scenes, churches, schools, railroads, waterfalls, historic sites, industry, labor, buildings, landscape architecture, gardens, model homes, lakes, street scenes, rural scenes, house interiors, homes of historically important people, parks, lighthouses, institutions and many other subjects related to specific localities.
The New Jersey place photograph files are organized alphabetically according to place or locality name. The photographs are divided into three separate segments consisting of standard size, oversized and double oversized. Each segment is arranged alphabetically. Because of previous filing procedures many of the lithographs or engravings from 19th century magazines and some photographs are filed in the oversize sections by county. Most of the standard sized photographs are filed by town.
Because the images are filed by size there may be several places in the inventory where a town is mentioned. By using key-word searching, it is possible to locate all instances in which a town, building, statue or other place is mentioned with relative ease. The inventory lists many of the subjects or types of images in the series. Although the inventory is quite thorough, photographs added to the collection may not be individually mentioned because this is an open collection.
New Jersey Places: A
Box 1/1 “A” MISCELLANEOUS:
Plan of Ballinger’s Mill, Aldine; Episcopal Church, Allendale; Allenwood Center from inside General Store, Allenwood; Anderson Town; Old Parrott Furnace of Revolutionary Period, Arden; Friends Meeting House, 1775, Arney’s Mount; Erie-Lackawanna Railroad. Spur, Augusta; Thomas Woodwind House, Arneytown.
Box 1/2 ABSECON, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Smithville Inn – interior; Seaview Country Club; Church St. – houses; Lighthouse; Sugar Hill Chapel – (Historic Smithville Inn); Absecon Island, N.J., 1894 by P. Caledon Cameron.
Box 1/3 ALEXANDRIA, SALEM COUNTY:
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (1769); Bluefields Farm.
Box 1/4-5 ALLAIRE, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Box 1/6 ALLAMUCHY, WARREN COUNTY:
Lehigh & Hudson Railroad Station; aerial view of town.
BOX 1/7-8 ALLENHURST, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Deal Lake; Allenhurst Country Club; Euclid Ave.; Allen Ave.; Curlew Hotel; Hotel Loch Arbour; Bathing Pool; Loch Arbour Bridge; Hotel Throckmorton; Colonade and Gardens at Station; Rustic Bridges; Hawkesworth House.
BOX 1/9 ALLENTOWN, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Presbyterian Church (1720); the lake; Governor Newell House; Old Eglington Estate (pre-Revolution); Main St.; Dr. Farmer’s Private Hospital; Home of George W. Newell; Allentown Pond; Imlay House (HABS) – interior, (Aster Coll.); Old Emley’s Hill Church; Farmer’s National Bank; Edgebrook School House; “Hope” Fire Engine – old fashion; “Graded” School House; Methodist Church; Grange Hall.
BOX 1/10 ALLOWAY, SALEM COUNTY:
Old Shipyard; Scene (Bridge) of Alloway.
BOX 1/11 ALPINE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Cornwallis HQ’s; Public School; the Parsonage; the Boulevard and Residences; view in Alpine; Borough Hall; Alpine Athletic Club; view of Palisades; Half Moon (ship); unidentified colonial house; campers along the Hudson.
BOX 1/12 AMATOL, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
World War 1 defense plant.
BOX 1/13 ANDOVER, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Railroad Crossing (Erie- Lackawanna); Presbyterian Church and School; Blast Furnace (1760); Old Fort, active in Revolution (1759); Camp Wawayanda; Brookside Farm; concrete arch over Sussex Turnpike; Old Moravian Mill; street scenes of Andover; dam at Bear Pond; Pequest Stock Farm; Buckmire Lake; Lake Lenape; balanced boulder – scene; Train Wreck of 1888 – Sussex Railroad; Camp Nordland – German-American Bound (Nazi Party camp-1937-40); pen and ink – Valentine House; Historic Marker – Andover Iron Works. OS.
BOX 1/14 ANGLESEA, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Fishing boats and docks.
BOX 1/15 ANNANDALE, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Main St.; unidentified farm near Annandale; Annandale Hotel; Railroad. of N.J. Depot, Annandale; Center St., Reformed Church; North Hunterdon Regional High School.
BOX 1/16 ARCOLA, BERGEN COUNTY:
Easton Estate and Mill.
ARLINGTON, HUDSON COUNTY: (see KEARNY)
BOX 1/17 ASBURY, WARREN COUNTY:
Canoeing on the Musconetcong; M.E. Church and Parsonage; the Craigs, J.P. McElrath’s residence; Bristol residence; Osmun homestead.
BOX 1/18-20—1A/21-24 ASBURY PARK, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Sunset Lake; Wesley Lake (Ocean Grove); Deal Lake (Loch Arbour, Lover’s Lane), Deal Lake; Asbury Park Tents; Soldier’s Monument; street scenes; Sunset Ave. (street scenes); 2nd Ave.; 3rd Ave., 4th Ave.; 6th Ave.; 7th Ave.; Asbury Ave.; Grand Ave.; Lake Ave.; Steinbach Dept. Store; Mayfair Theater; “The Shopping District.” contestants – Mrs. America; Cold Indian Springs; Business Block at Center. Boardwalk; breakers and ocean scenes; beach and bathing scenes; Baby Parade – (Ocean Ave.); “Greetings from Asbury Park”; fishing boats; A Masque Night Group – (horse and carriage); flower garden; Ship Wreck (Morro Castle); lifeguard and groups of bathers; Esplanade Review with Rolling Chairs; Casino; fishing pier; fishing off the jetties; 7th Ave. & 5th Ave. pavilion and arcade; New Bath House; Hot Baths Building; Open Air Concert Shell; New Casino; Bradley’s Pavilion; Arcade Convention Hall; beach scene; assorted views; boardwalk; fun on the beach. Hotels: Berkeley – Cartaret; Lafayette; Metropolitan; Powhattan; Coleman; West End; Montauk; Monterey; Ocean Hotel; Southern Hotel; Asbury Carlton; Surf House; New St. Nicholas; The Lakelyn; The Plaza; The New Tenney and Marlborough Hotels; Ravenswood Inn; Ellerslie; Ocean House; Loch Arbour; Victoria; Hotel Wellington; Hotel Albion; The Fenimore; Plaza-by-the-Sea; 1st Presbyterian Church; 1st Presbyterian Church; Congregational Church; 1st Baptist Church; Ross Fenton’s Farm on Deal lake; Day’s Ice Cream Parlour and Garden; Crow’s Neck Pavilion; Residence In North Asbury; Post Office; Train Station – North Asbury; Train Station – Asbury and Ocean Grove; Public Library. OS.
BOXES 2/1-10—3/1-2 ATLANTIC CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY: HOTELS; PIERS & CONVENTION HALL; BEACH SCENES; WETTECH PHOTOS; STRANDED SHIPS & FISHING VESSELS; MODEL HOMES (R.A. SMITH); STEREOCARDS & CABINET CARDS; MISC; ABSECON LIGHTHOUSE; CHURCHES & BUILDINGS WHITEHOUSE PHOTOS OF A.C. ON DEC. 8, 1948.
Hotels: Chalfonte – Haddon Hall; Marlborough – Blenheim (one dated 1904; two interiors); Marlborough Houses; Hotel Dennis (some mailed 1906; eight interiors); Galen Hall; Traymore; Traymore; Craig Hall; Hotel Chelsea; Hotel Jefferson; Ritz Carlton; the Ambassador; Shelburne; Monticello; Strand; Iroquois; Morton; Madison; Young’s; Brighton Castle; Edison; Clairidge; Colton Manor; Grand Atlantic; Osborne; De Ville; Luray; Archdale; Holmhurst; Ludy; Pierrepont; Princess; Pennhurst; Royal Palace; Seaside; Knickerbocker; President Hotel and Motel; Green; Dunlop; Alamac; Villa Nova; Wiltshire; Hotel Llewellyn; Penn Villa; Hotel Isleworth; street scene (cottages unidentified); Chalfonte – Haddon Hall; and Marlborough Blenheim.
Piers: Steel Pier; Young’s Million Dollar Pier; Capt. Young’s Residence on Million Dollar Pier; Convention Hall; Steeplechase Pier; Heinz Ocean Pier; Ventnor Pier; Garden Pier; panorama of the piers; Music Hall on the Sea; aerial overall views; “Greetings from Atlantic City”; Atlantic City Centennial Card; Souvenir Booklets. Overall views of boardwalk; beach scenes; rolling chair on boardwalk; ocean scenes (surf); yachting; stereoviews (beach scenes); Absecon Lighthouse; Absecon Lighthouse; dry inlet (near A.C.); The Inlet (1905); G. A. R. Parade; “Greetings from Atlantic City”; State Federation of Woman’s Club Parade; groups of bathers with a donkey; night scene – from ocean; unidentified group of women on terrace; 3 in 1 overall view of beach and boardwalk; Marina and Tram.
Free Public Library; War Memorial; Chelsea Park, High School, Soldiers’ Monument; High School; Race Track; YWCA; Yacht Club; NJ Yacht Club Colors; Country Club; Hygeia Baths; Franklin Inn and Restaurant; Knife and Fork Inn; Hackney Restaurant (one with woman in costume as lobster); sand artists and sculpture; George R. Cook III by B. Shapiro Scissor & Silhouette Artist, c. 1920 (in envelope); life boats; pony rides; Hydro-aeroplane; emergency tent on beach; Margate Parkway (street scene); S. Carolina Ave.; Pacific Ave.; Atlantic Ave.; S. Pennsylvania Ave.; Marven Gardens; 1st Presbyterian Church; St. James Episcopal Church and Manse; Church of the Ascension (Episcopal); St. Paul’s Methodist; 1st Church of Christ Science (street scene); St. Nicholas Roman Catholic (in street scene and two interiors); Masonic Temple; sailing yachts in the inlet; Schooner Robert Morgan 1-9-1884; The Pageantry depicting boardwalk – beach; Easter Sunday Parade.
Model home (promotional, interiors); race track and stands; seal of city; seal of centennial; #21 bus; Great Fire – 1902; Historic Marker; woodcut entitled “The Newsboy’s Picnic” (1873?). Photographs of Whitehouse family visiting the boardwalk and elsewhere on December 12, 1948. Many other scenes. OS.
BOX 3/3 ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Casino and pier; Leslie’s Beach; Grand Ave. Bridge; High School; Chapel Hill Lighthouse; Residence on the Terrace; 4th Ave.; snow on Main St. (12/27/47); Mystery Ray (army experts testing – 8/35); Frank Samuelson and George Harbo (first to row across Atlantic Ocean, 1896); and House of Mr. C. N. Montanye. OS.
BOX 3/4 AUGUSTA, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Sussex County Farm and Horse Show Grounds; Erie-Lackawanna Railroad.
BOX 3/5 AVALON, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Bathing beach; boardwalk; U. S. Coast Guard Station; shore line from pier.
BOX 3/5a AVENEL, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Blue Comet Diner
BOX 3/6 AVON, (AVON-BY-THE-SEA) MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Avon Inn, 1886; Columns of Avon; Sylvan Hotel; boardwalk; beach scenes; Avon Swimming Pool; Sylvan Lake; St. Elizabeth’s Church; Thomson Square; street scenes; “Greetings from Avon”.
New Jersey Places: B
BOX 3/7 “B” MISCELLANEOUS:
Beacon Beach; Brookside; Bartley; Batesville; Bellard; Brigantine; Bay Shore; Beverly; Boardman’s Ferry; Bellewood; Bellewood Park; Berkeley Heights; Blackwood Terrace; Blue Anchor; Bacon’s Neck, Cumberland Co.; Brant Beach; Branchport; and Bridgewater.
BOX 3/8 BARNEGAT BAY, OCEAN COUNTY:
Sailing on Barnegat Bay; Publisher’s ad.; Inlet; boats in Barnegat Inlet; scenes and character types. OS.
BOX 3/9 BARNEGAT LIGHT, OCEAN COUNTY:
Lighthouse; Lighthouse; Jerseyana.
BOX 3/10 BASKING RIDGE, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Lord Stirling’s Residence during Revolution; James E. Bathgate, Sr.; Halsey M. Larter; Bishop James M. E. Church and Parsonage (was home of Wm. L. Dayton, running mate of John C. Fremont on 1st Republican Presidential Ticket.); Presbyterian Church, Historic Oak and Cemetery; Presbyterian Church, Historic Oak and Cemetery; Presbyterian Church, Historic Oak, and Cemetery; “Capture of General Lee” (picture of woodcut, 1876); Old Public School, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Fire Headquarters; Public School; R. R. Station; Old Mill Inn; Old Mill Wheel; Old Mill; “Capture of General Lee” (photo of woodcut from “Popular History of U.S.”, 1876); autumn in the Great Swamp. OS.
BOX 3/11 BATSTO, WASHINGTON TWP, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Batsto Mansion (two interiors); Batsto Mansion; Carriage House and barns; Carriage House and barns; Stagecoach; Blacksmith shop; Village Store; Village Store; Dedication Program with view of Mansion; Historical Marker; Grist Mill; Archeological survey of Ironworkers; Home of Ironworkers; Old Village.
BOX 3/12 BAY HEAD, OCEAN COUNTY:
Boardwalk; beach; scenes of Bay Head; surf; wildlife; “The Bluffs” Hotel; Ocean View Hotel; The Beacon by the Sea Hotel; sailboats and Yacht Club; Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
BOX 3/13 BAYONNE, HUDSON COUNTY:
City Hall; Public Library; High School; Methodist Episcopal Church; 5th St. Reformed Church; Hotel LaTourette; Boat Club; street scenes; Hudson Co. Park; Newark Bay; Bayonne Bridge; Port Jersey and Bayonne Bridge; Morris Canal; Historical Marker – Fort Delaney. OS.
BOX 3/14 BEACH HAVEN, OCEAN COUNTY:
The Engleside; ACME; the Wharf; sand dunes; beach scenes, aerial view; lighthouse.
BOX 4/1 BEACHWOOD, OCEAN COUNTY:
Boardwalk; Yacht Club; Polyhue Yacht Club; scenes of Beachwood.
BOX 4/2 BEAVER LAKE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
“Bryan’s Bluff”; Office of Beaver Lake Co.; scenes of Beaver Lake.
BOX 4/3 BEDMINSTER, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Bedminster Church; Van Destadt Home; Old School between Pluckemin and Bedminster. OS.
BOX 4/4 BEEMERVILLE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Second Presbyterian Church of Wantage.
BOX 4/5 BELFORD, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
St. Clements Episcopal Church.
BOX 4/6-9 BELLEVILLE, ESSEX COUNTY:
Christ Church; Reformed Church; Reformed Church and Girl Scouts; St. Peters Church and Rectory; Wesley Methodist Church; Masonic Temple; Municipal Bldg.; Public Library; Public School; 1st National Bank; Belleville Hotel; Club House; Elks Home; Macomb House; street scene; street scenes – flood; Morris Canal; Bennets Mills; homes along Passaic River; Skinner House; Prichard House w/Carrie and Harry Prichard 1891; Passaic River (scenes on 2nd River); Passaic River; Passaic River; unidentified ladies on house steps – Webster; WPA building projects; WPA nursery school projects; E.S. Webster Home (1910-1920); 2nd River – Historic Marker; 2nd River, 1892; Belleville Park – Cherry Blossoms; Branch Brook Park – Cherry Blossoms; Bridge across Passaic River, 1794; Old Water Tower; Silver Lake – 1880’s; Belleville Community Chorus Concert – 5/6/27; Essex Co. Isolation Hospital; A Essex Co. Isolation Hospital (Soho); Mardoh Winne House (present site of Isolation Hospital); Clyde Chemical Corp.; Soho Station, Erie railroad; German Hospital (later Clara Maas Hospital); Clara Maass Hospital; Clara Maass at Hospital tent in Jacksonville; Scheme of the Newark Academy Lottery; Walter Kidde Co.; Passaic River; Carriage Stone, Public Library; Dewitt Wire Cloth Co. in the flood; Class of Emilie Linder at Joralemon School, 1919. OS.
BOX 4/10 BELMAR, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Gradomal Hotel; The Buena Vista Hotel; Columbia Hotel; Melrose Inn; Yacht Club; Marine Basin; Llamymor; street scenes; boardwalk; Buhler’s Landing; Silver Lake; beach scenes; Ocean Beach (now Belmar); boat landing; the original Dave and Evelyn’s Restaurant; “Greetings from Belmar”.
BOX 4/11 BELVIDERE, WARREN COUNTY:
Mt. Hermon; Adams School House; Adams Homestead; Old and New Bridge; Court House; Court House; Delaware River ( 2 with boat landing); Dr. G.W. Cummin’s Home; Pequest Creek; Swimming Team; Hotel Belvidere; Methodist Church; Historical Marker; Belvidere Park; Mansfield Street; Mountain Lake; rafting on Delaware River. OS.
BOX 4/12 BERGEN COUNTY:
Reformed Octagonal Church; Presbyterian Church; Anniversary of Bergen in Holland; Bergen County.
BOX 4/13 BERGENFIELD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Old South Church; Old South Church; Dutch Reformed Church; Public School. OS.
BOX 4/14-16 BERNARDSVILLE, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Somerset Inn; Claremont Hotel; Somerset Country Club; Episcopal Church; Catholic Church and Rectory; Public School; High School; Public Library; Public Library; Lackawana R.R.; Ravine Lake and Falls; Stursbury Home; Home of Col. A. R. Kuser; Main St.; Fireplace used in war; Mine Mountain; house owned by Stevens; house owned by P. R. Pyne; house owned by Mrs. Otto Wittpen; Old Mill and Old Mill Inn (see Basking Ridge); Old Mill. Some photos by M.H. Edwards. OS.
BOX 5/1 BEVANS:
Flatbrook Valley; Peter’s Valley Falls; Shapanack Rapids.
BOX 5/2 BLACKWELLS MILLS, SOMERSET COUNTY:
House at the Bridge; Houses.
BOX 5/3-4 BLAIRSTOWN, WARREN COUNTY:
Blair Academy; Lackawanna cut-off; Falls and Electric Light Plant; Falls; Blait Hall Ballfield; High School; The Homestead; High Water (Island Park, 1903); First Presbyterian Church; High St.; Main St.; Old Churning Wheel; The Mill and Entrance to Lake Blair; Landscape surrounding Blairstown; snow scenes; Blairstown Railroad.; Blairstown (panoramic view); campus and town; Mr. Lanterman at Cedar Lake Cottage; Sunset Rock near Cedar Lake; Panoramic view and Blair Academy. OS.
BOX 5/5-10 BLOOMFIELD, ESSEX COUNTY:
Christ Church; Brookdale Reformed Church; Baptist Church; 1st Baptist Church, members of congregation; Catholic Church; Pageant – Bloomfield High School – 1921; Westminster Church; Broughton Memorial Chapel; 1st Presbyterian Church; Newark Theological Society; Bloomfield Center; N.J. College and Seminary; Bloomfield Bank and Trust Co.; Bloomfield Fire Headquarters; Public Library; Jarvie Memorial Public Library; Franklin Arms; Old Saw Mill; High School; Watsessing Pub School; Municipal Bldg.; Municipal Bldg., court room; Watsessing Railroad Station; Erie Railroad; Ryerson’s Forge; The Green; Oakes Factory; Lindenmayer Lake; Morris Canal; Morris Canal; Plane House; Bowling Green in Watsessing Park; Field House; Watsessing Park; school ground; 29 Peloubet St.; Joseph Davis House; Daniel Dodd; Cadmus Homestead; Morris Homestead; Joel Dunham’s House; Oakside; Monuments; The Mill District; Bloomfield Centennial; Bloomfield Centennial Horseback Riders; Oake’s Mill and Pond; street scenes; Berkeley School (class picture); Berkeley School (about 1909); girls from Hampsonand Ellor Hat Shop; Knights of Pythias c. 1890; Berkeley School c. 1904-1909; Bloomfield (historical spots); letter from Bloomfield National Bank; Bicentennial Calendar; committee around town green; Star Equipment Corp. and truck; Scott’s Emulsion; Sprague Electric Works, Watsessing. OS.
BOX 5/11 BLOOMINGDALE, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Union Square in Bloomingdale (1890s).
BOX 5/12 BLOOMSBURY, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Brunswick Ave.; Musconetcong Creek.
BOX 6/1 BOGOTA, BERGEN COUNTY:
“Benny” Westervelt’s Tide Mill, 1700; Larch Ave., 1908; Riverfront South from Fort Lee Road, 1907.
BOX 6/2 BOONTON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Falls at Boonton; Arch Bridge across Rickaway River; The Inclined Plane of Morris Canal; The Ogden Mansion; The Milldam/Falls of Boonton Lake; Oldest House (Black Servants House) – Ogden Estate; Old Forge – or – Fitzgibbons Paper Mill; Old Iron Works of Boonton; Old Iron Works of Boonton; Memorial to Bird W. Spencer (grounds of fireman’s home); 1st Presbyterian Church; Methodist Church; St. John’s Episcopal Church; Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church; Washington St. Bridge; scene in the Boonton “Park”; Mountain Lakes, 1913; Lovers’ Lane and Lakes; Rockaway Ave.; Main St. from Division St.; Knoll Club (club house and part of golf course); U.S. Post Office; Residence of Col. Samuel Ogden; Presentation of the Army – Navy “E” Award, 1942. OS.
BOX 6/3-6/4 BORDENTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Francis Hopkins House; Joseph Hopkinson House; Clara Barton School; Murat Row (houses); Lake Houses; Home of Commodore Charles Stewart; Home of Joseph Hopkinson; Lalor House; Gilder House; Gardnicis House; Friends Meeting House; Borden House; American House; Swift House; “Bonaparte Park”; Bordentown Military Institute; Springfield Worsted Mill; U.S. Post Office; street scenes; Garage and Car (antique); Hopkinson Family Plot; R.R. Monuments; waterfront; Historical Marker; R.R. – First Tunnel; “Bordington sur la Delaware.” OS.
BOX 6/5-6 BOUND BROOK, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Old Presbyterian Church; Methodist Church (now Masonic Temple); Congregational Church; Church on E. High St.; New Presbyterian Church (breaking ground/laying cornerstone – 8/1/1896); St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; Flood; Berkeley Hotel and Voorhees Hall (flood); Berkeley Hotel and B. B. Hall; Battery Bldg.; Ruins of Presbyterian Church after flood – March 1896; Cook’s Lumber Yard after fire and flood; Main St. after flood; Flood- during and after; 2nd Flood – March 20, 1896; Rockafellow Homestead, Oct. 1897; Alfred Cammann’s House; Shepherd House; Merlet House; Bound Brook Hotel or Fisher’s Hotel; McKissack House or Middlebrook Hotel; Harpending House – later Dr. Mathew’s House; Van Horn House (Gateville), 1897; The Battery (Old House); Cone’s House; Voorhees House c.1900; Old Oak Tree in Perry’s – Winter, 1904; Herbert’s Mill; unveiling of Fountain in square; Washington Guards – Decoration Day 1893; Battle Monument (unveiled April 15, 1897); Parade; Flag and Cannon on Revolutionary Camp Grounds; D.A.R. Dinner Invitation – Middlebrook Hotel; Historical Marker – The Old York Rd.; Historical marker – Stone Bridge; Historical Marker – The Queen’s Bridge; Site of a Food Magazine; Green Brook; bridge near Chimney Rock; Chimney Rock Reservoir; Raritan River Dam; scenes of Bound Brook; street scenes; First National Bank; Corning Egg Farm; window displays – D.A.R. – Feb. 19-29, 1932. Many Frederic N. Voorhees photographs.
BOX 6/7 BRADLEY BEACH, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Hotel La Reine; Beach View Hotel; boardwalk; beach scenes; street scenes; Fletcher Lake; sand dune; souvenir album; “Greetings from Bradley Beach”.
BOX 6/8 BRANCHVILLE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Culver Lake; The Pines; Normanock View Hotel (now Royal Hotel); Culvermere (resort); Road House, Culvers Lake; Camp Madeleine, Mulford; Public School; Branchville R.R. Station (Erie-Lackawanna); Branchville R.R. Station (D.L. and W.R.R. Station); New Methodist Home; Branchville Glen; Main St.; Old Home on hill.
BOX 6/9 BRIDGETON, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Central M.E. Church; Presbyterian Meeting House (Old Broad St. Church); Old Cohansey; Old Broad St. Church; Immaculate Conception Church; High School Auditorium; Junior High School; West Jersy Academy; Ivy Hall Seminary; Cumberland County Court House; Cumberland County Library ; City Hospital; Post Office; Owens-Illinois Glass Co.; Bridgeton Water Works; Home of WSNJ Radio; East Commerce St.; Sunset Lake; The Raceway, City Park; Gen. Giles House; Cumberland Co. Liberty Bell; Markette Motel and Restaurant; Scene of Bridgeton; “Head of Navigation” on Cohansey Park; Liberty Bell (historical marker); ring-packing peaches (Sunny Slope Orchard). OS.
BOX 6/10 BRIDGEVILLE, WARREN COUNTY:
Axtman House (formerly Bridgeville Hotel); Park’s Cove, Mountain Lake; Old Stone Bridge.
BOX 6/11 BRIELLE, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Gerlach Academy; Union House; Scene on Manasquan River at Yacht Club; the sand dunes.
BOX 7/1 BROWN’S MILLS, BURLINGTON COUNTY
Mirror Lake; Lake Shore Drive; Little Pine Lake; Trail to Clear Spring.
BOX 7/2 BUDD LAKE, MORRIS COUNTY:
Budd House; cottages; Forrest House; Mendota House; Hatakawanna House; Edgerton’s Boat House; Budd’s Boat House; Budd Lake Athletic Association; Forest House Dock and Pavillion; the bridge; scenes of Budd Lake; swimmers; Main Drive; store and post office; Al Sylvester’s Boat Livery; Forest House.
BOX 7/3 BURLEIGH, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Osprey nest, 1907.
BOX 7/4-7 BURLINGTON, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Baptist Church; Old St. Mary’s Church; Burial Place of Chief Ockanickon; Wilbur Watts High School; Friends’ Meeting House; Former Friends School, 1792; St. Mary’s Hall; Burlington Library; Office of Proprietors of West Jersey; Office of Thomas Revel, Registrar of West Jersey Proprietors (now D.A.R. Headquarters); Metropolitan Inn; Burlington Meeting; Quaker Maid going to market; Burlington Co., sweet potato field; Burlington Co., watermelon field; grave marker of the Allens; graves of Elias and Hannah Boudinot and others; Surveyor General’s office; Burlington-Bristol Bridge; Lower Sylan Lake; Green Bank; Steamboat “Columbia” land at dock; Ferry Plying; Moonlight on the Delaware (steamboat); street scenes; Witches’ Tree and Tree to which the first white colonists tied their boat.; beach scenes; mooring place of ship “shield”, 1678; marker for the mooring place of ship “shield”; Burlington Historical marker; Accident on the Camden and Amboy R.R.; guests at inspection of Masonic House, 1898; James Fenimore Cooper House and Capt. James Lawrence House; Le petit Bourg de Burlington Delaware; L’Embarcaddere de Burlington (Delaware). Houses of Ulysses S. Grant; Daniel Smith; J. Fenimore Cooper and Capt. James Lawrence; one of the oldest houses; John Neal; Lawrence House; Grubb House; Collins House; Revel House; Bishop’s House – (int.); Taylor House; Susan V. Bradford; Commodore Stewart House; House c.1769; Kinsey House; Rebecca C. Borden House; J. Fenimore Cooper Grandparents house; Rectory of St. Mary’s Church. OS.
BOX 7/8 BUTLER, MORRIS COUNTY:
Butler Fire House (with firemen from Old Fireman’s Insurance Co., Newark); Fayson Lake; Goodwill Camp.
BOX 7/9 BUTTZVILLE, WARREN COUNTY:
Lime kiln and hotel.
New Jersey Places: C
BOX 7A/10 ‘”C” MISCELLANEOUS:
Cheesequakes, Columbia, Clark, Cookstown-Burlington Co., Cobbs Corner-Morris Co., Carney’s Point, Camp Middlebrook, Clayton, Cedar Lake, Croton, Crandon Lakes-Sussex Co., Carlstadt, Colesville.
BOX 7A/11-12 CALDWELL, ESSEX COUNTY:
President Grover Cleveland’s House (int.); 1st Presbyterian Church; Methodist Church; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; The Shady Nook – West View Villa of the Sacred Heart; Monomock Inn; Public Park; Director’s Room – Citizen National Bank; Hasler’s Drug Store; Trolley Station; Erie Station; Essex Co. Penitentiary; Mt. St. Dominic Academy; Windmill; Schoolhouse; Josephine Mahon Garden; Country Scenes; Provost Pond; Bridge; Budd House; Caldwell Lodge (group of men); Celebrate Silver Jubilee(Woman’s Club Pres.); dedications; final run of steamtrains; Francisco Bros. Puritan Dairy Harvesting Ice from ice pond; Grover House. OS.
BOX 7A/13 CALIFON, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Califon School; Railroad Station; Business Center; Methodist Church; Parsonage; Volunteer Firemen’s Hall; House Rock; scenes of Califon.
BOX 7A/14-15 CAMDEN, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Cooper Hospital; Cooper Library; YMCA; Armory; Walt Whitman House (int., Whitman in his favorite chair, Tomb, Dedication); Pomona Hall 1726-1788 (now Camden Co. Historical Society); Court House and City Hall; Court House; Old Stone Jug House; Pomona Hall; Cooper House; Benjamin Cooper House; house; Soldiers Monument; high speed train in yard over bridge; Cooper’s Ferry (historical marker); park scenes; Camden Co. Wagon Train; Camden and Moorstown Turnpike Marker; Garden State Parkway; Benjamin Franklin Bridge – under construction; overhead view of Camden; street scenes; Jerseyana. Joseph Cooper, Jr. House; “Greetings from Camden”; pen and ink drawing by Herb Fisher of Cooper House; Camden Safe Deposit and Trust Co. Bldg.; engravings from Ely Collection public bldgs.; photos of oil painting, woodcut, drawing, and engraving: Delaware River Scene (oil painting); Terrible Conflagration and Destruction of the Steamboat “New Jersey” 1856 (woodcut); waterfront and ferry landing (drawing); Camden Ferry; Camden Iron Works (engraving); essay winners and chaperones of NJHS (1959). OS.
BOX 8/1 CAMP MERRITT, BERGEN COUNTY:
Jewish Welfare Bldg.; Picket No. 3 Main Entrance and YWCA Hostess House; YMCA; a school of instruction in a camp street; Merritt Hall; panoramic view of U.S. Army Cantonment.
BOX 8/2 CAPE MAY, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Windsor Hotel; Atlantic Hotel and beachfront; Congress Hall Hotel; Star Villa; Admiral Hotel (once Army Hospital); Hotel Cape May; Congress Hall Hotel; Victorian Mansion; Ocean House; Mount Vernon Hotel; Church of Our Lady R. C.; Cold Spring Presbyterian Church; Convention Hall and Solarium; the New Victorian Transit Tour; Fun Factory; Dr. Physick’s House (int.); Cape May Gingerbread; fishing scenes; beach scenes; fishing boat; duck-shooting on the Jersey coast; Cape May Lighthouse; Soldier’s and Sailor’s Monument; airplane view; Cape May Patriots – historical marker; Stockton Villa (?); Hydrangea view; Cape May in general; seagulls at Schellenger’s Landing; souvenir of Cape May; entertainment at Cape May, Mt. Vernon Hotel, Somers Corson House – 10/10/77; life and character on the sands at Cape May. OS.
BOX 8/3 CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Old Court House; New Court House; Dr. John Dickinson’s Apothecary Shop; fireplace in the Historical Museum; Cape May Court House – historical marker; Half Moon replica; home of Morgan Hand; Cape May Gingerbreads.
BOX 8/4 CAPE MAY POINT, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Cape May Lighthouse; Coast Guard Station; St. Peter’s-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church; Lake Lily; concrete ship Atlantus.
BOX 8/5 CARTERET, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Cromwell Homestead; the Old “Capt. Tappen” Homestead”; docks; Ichabod T. Williams & Sons (lumber).
BOX 8/6 CEDAR GROVE, ESSEX COUNTY:
Old Library; Free Public Library; The Towers Restaurant; Bowden’s Dam; Steven Allen’s Bark Mill; Bowden Pond; Essex Co. Hospital; Cedar Grove Bicentennial Celebration; Pine Cone Inn; Henry T. Jacobus House, 1850-60.
BOX 8/7 CHATHAM, MORRIS COUNTY:
Public School #2; Presbyterian Church; Ogden Memorial Presbyterian; Stanley Congregational Church; Fairview House; Wood Rest; William Pitt Inn; Chatham Fish and Game Protective Club House; Chatham Heights; Rodeo; Main Street; Reeve House; Private Residence on Main Street; Greenhouse of S.W. Winter; Bonnel Town – Chatham (historical marker); House of Aaron S. Jewell. OS.
BOX 8/8 CHATSWORTH, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Flooded Cranberry Bags; Cranberry Harvesting.
BOX 8/9 CHERRY HILL, CAMDEN COUNTY:
On the Mall at the Cherry Hill Shopping Center; Home stretch and Club House – Garden State Park (1950); Park, RCA.
BOX 8/10 CHESTER:
Old Mill; Chester Volunteer Fire Co., No. 1; Leck’s Confectionery; J. R. Hardin’s House; Larison’s Turkey Farm Inn; Chester House; Wood Scenes.
BOX 8/11 CLARK’S LANDING, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Graves of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clark (all that remains of Clark’s Landing); Ku Klux Klan (KKK).
BOX 8/12 CLARKSBURG, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Willow Tree Tavern; East Branch Meeting, 1816.
BOX 8/13 CLEMENTON, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Episcopal Church Clementon Lake.
BOX 8/14 CLIFFSIDE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Patio with furniture. R.A. Smith photographs.
BOX 8/15 CLIFFWOOD BEACH, MONMOUTH COUNTY
Matty’s General Store; Treasure Lake; Salt water pool; beach scenes; boardwalk scenes.
BOX 8/16 CLIFTON, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Clifton Public School; U.S. Cattle Quarantine; Erie Depot; Richfield Coined Products; Burkhard Bro’s Blacksmithing, Morris Canel, Wheelwrighting, and Horse shoeing; Morris Canal; Kingsland’s Lower Paper Mill; The “Cliffs”; Colonial window display; House of John Bury; Powl Powelson House; Van Wagon House; Mercenis House; Westerwett House; John Spen House; House built in 1776; Falls; Minett Varnish Kiln. Also known as Athenia.
BOX 8/17 CLINTON, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Clinton Hotel; Clinton Farms; DeCleene’s Clinton House; Fern Island; Sylvan Grove Park; Main Street; aerial view; Hunterdon Co. Art Center; Clinton HIstorical Museum; Old Stone Mill; Clinton Central School Marker; Clinton Falls; Dam site – Building of Reservoir; Clinton Falls; Lower Falls; Coach ‘n Paddock Restaurant. OS.
BOX 8/18 CLOSTER, BERGEN COUNTY:
Folding Chair Factory; Colonial Home on Harvard St.; DeClerique Farm Group; Doorway detail at Durie House.
BOX 8/19 COASTAL SCENES:
Scenes of the ocean and beach.
BOX 8/20 COHANSEY, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Old Cohansey Cemetary; Old Cohansey Cemetary Monument; Marker.
BOX 8/21 COLD SPRING, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Presbyterian Church; Harbor; Jarob Spicer House.
BOX 8/22 COLLINGSWOOD, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Collingswood High School; Public Library (board of directors); Knights Park; winter scenes; Park Ave.; Citizens National Bank.
BOX 9/1 COLONIA, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Home of H.W. Roden (floor plans); house; “Blythmoor” (home of Dr. Fres Albee).
BOX 9/2 COLT’S NECK, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Colt’s Neck Hotel; Huddy’s Residence; Colt’s Neck Historical Marker.
BOX 9/3 COMMUNIPAW, HUDSON COUNTY
“House of Four Chimneys”.
BOX 9/4 CONVENT STATION, MORRIS COUNTY:
Entrance to St. Elizabeth Academy; St. Elizabeth Academy; barn of famous more “fashion” (1960); Chapel, College of St. Elizabeth; House of A.B. Frosto; Rod’s 1890’s Ranch House; garden scenes; F.R. Stockton House. OS.
BOX 9/5 COYTESVILLE, BERGEN COUNTY
BOX 9/6 CRANBERRY LAKE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Cranberry Lodge; Cottage on rocks; Lackawanna Railroad Station; Henckels Island; Cranberry Lake; Braidge and Clubhouse; Launch Landing; aerial view; The Pavillion.
BOX 9/7 CRANBURY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY
Photos of Rex Goreleigh’s paintings of African-Americans working and socializing.
BOX 9/8 CRANFORD, UNION COUNTY:
Hampton Hall; Grant School; Crane’s Ford Dam; Prospect Place; Railroad Bridge over Rahway River; “The Ulhigh Canoe Club” c. 1890; Union Junior College; house and garden scene; Residence of A.L. Chatterton.
BOX 9/9 CREAM RIDGE, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Brick School House; Wikoff Homestead; Lincoln Blacksmith Shop -1710.
BOX 9/10 CRESSKILL, BERGEN COUNTY:
Camp Merritt Monument; Cresskill Station; Chesterfield Quaker Meeting House; Halladay Residence (int.). See Camp Merritt.
BOX 9/11 CROSSWICKS, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Crosswicks Oak; Crosswicks Creek (Historical Marker); Chesterfield Quaker Meeting House; Woodcut view of village.
BOX 9/12 CULVER’S LAKE, SUSSEX COUNTY (also see Branchville):
Culvermere Hotel; Mountain Side Inn; Camp Ardamere; Country Club; aerial view; cottages along the shore; baot house; Culver’s Lake; Culver’s Gap; Pliker Farmhouse; Log Cabin.
New Jersey Places: D
BOX 9/13 “D” MISCELLANEOUS:
Dennisville; Dingman’s Ferry; Dividing Creek; Drakestown; Darlington(?).
BOX 9/14 DARETOWN, SALEM COUNTY:
Baptist Church; Presbyterian Church.
BOX 9/15 DEAL BEACH/DEAL, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Swimming pool – Deal Casino; Borough Hall; Mt. Clement’s Church; golf clubhouse; Deal Lake at Allenhurst Station; Deal Lake; Rustic Bridge, Ross Fenton Farm; Deal Beach. OS.
BOX 9/16 DEERFIELD, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Presbyterian Church, built 1771; Joseph Sneathen House, built 1768.
BOX 9/17 DEEPWATER, SALEM COUNTY:
Delaware Memorial Bridge.
BOX 9/18 DELANCO, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
BOX 9/19 DELAWARE, WARREN COUNTY:
St. James P.E. Church; Holiday House Swimming Pool; Staff Recreation Lodge, Eagle’s Nest Farm; The ice mound on the Delaware; “View of the Delaware River From Fancy Hill”.
BOX 9/20-10/2 DELAWARE WATER GAP:
Water Gap Station D.L. & W.R.R.; scenes around the Gap; view of Gap – Man in boat; Boat Landing (boats and people); Gap- Mt. Tammany; early views; D.L. & W. Bridge below the gap; steam train at Delaware Water Gap; drive along Delaware River; views of Gap and River; airview of Gap; highways; Toll Bridge; farm scene and view of Gap; “The Delaware Water Gap, 1859” by George Inness; fishermen at sunset – Delaware River; Sunfish Pond above River on Kittatiny Range; The Great Hainesburg ar Paulinskill Viaduct; Delaware Water Gap; Delaware River at Tocks Island; The Valley in winter w/view of the Gap; 1880’s views of Water Gap; D.L.& W.R.R. – May, 1962; artists who painted Delaware Water Gap; color photo of Gap with train on PA. side. Stereoviews of Gap. OS.
BOX 10/3 DENVILLE, MORRIS COUNTY:
Estling Lake (canoe 1911); Rainbow Lake, and cabins; Morris Canal; (1908); Rockaway River (row boats); Greetings from Denville; Kneipp Water Cure (1906); St. Francis Health Resort, and Chapel; Indian Lake.
BOX 10/4-5 DOVER, MORRIS COUNTY:
East Side School; High School; St. Mary’s R.C. Church; Presbyterian Memorial Church; Dover General Hospital; (1917 and later); Hotel Dover; U.S. Post Office; Play House (Billie Burke in Gloria’s Romanse); Lackawanna Railroad viaduct and station; East Blackwell St. – stores- Aug. 1950; in the factory district; Richardson and Boynton Furnace and Range Co.; Guenther’s Hosiery Factory; Friends Meeting House, erected 1758; storage Bldg., Orchard St. Cemetary; Dickerson Mine – 1855-60 – shaft house; – office – views- head-frame at shaft (1913) – group photo (summer school of practical meeting 1880); Residence of Hon. Mahlon Dickerson at Ferromonte; Residence of George Richards; Residence of Frederick A. Caufield; Dover Laboratory; Black Pond; Green Pond; The Millpond; Shongum Lake; Sylvan Lake; Rockaway River; Morris Canal; Indian Falls; scene near Dover; Lover’s Lane (1902 or 1912); Lincoln Ave. (1911); corner Gold and Bank St. (1912); street scenes; shopping area; War Monument in Hurd Park; Dover photos of 1880’s; View of countryside; panoramic view; womenm and children at Rock Edom; Picatinny Arsenal (gate and middle forge). Photo album of Dover pre-1900 with business’, trains and scenes. OS.
BOX 10/6 DUNELLEN, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
St. John’s Catholic Church; Lehigh Valley R.R. Wreck, Jan. 1899.
New Jersey Places: E
BOX 10A/7 “E” MISCELLANEOUS
East Hanover, East Keansburg, Elmer, Elwood, Evehams, and Ewings.
BOXES 10A/8-10; 11/1-8; 12/1-2 EAST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY:
BOX 10A/8-9 EAST ORANGE:(street scenes, parks and playgrounds) #1
Street scenes (earliest postmark – 1905); Seven Oaks; street scenes; panoramic view of Four Corners – 1907; property of Prospect St. -1903; The Brook – 1908; Second River – 1905; Memorial Park; Athletic Games on Ashland Oval; East Orange Oval – 1943; skating on Soverel’s Pond – 1896; East Orange Public playground – 1908-09; Springdale Lake.
BOX 10A/10 EAST ORANGE (houses): #2
Original Dodd Homestead; Zebuina Dodd Homestead c.1763; The old Uzal Dodd House c. 1800; Josiah F. Dodd House, 1859; House sold to Mr. Samuel S. Baldwin 1830; house built by Mr. Elias O. Meeker – 1800; House on corner of Dodd and N. Park Streets c. 1800; The Original Ward Homestead (early 1800’s); old house; Pierson House – (oldest house still standing – built in 1700’s ); the Original Soverel House; winter ate the Wright – Soverel House – 1776; The Soverel House – 1870; Springdale Lake – 1870; Wright- Soverel House – 1935; Matthias Ogden Halstead House – built 1840; Freeman House – 1878; Dr. Elizabeth Phelps House, Main St. ; C.W. Hathaway House – Prospect and Springdale Aves. – 1907; Charles Hathaway House, 1902 – now Upsala College; Walter Scranton House , 1911; Wrs. W.M. Franklin’s Place; Old Houses on Main St.; Wistaria Vine at Hennen’s, 52 Hedden Rd. , 1911; house owned by Dr. W.D. Mitchell; houses on Prospect; Residence of Thomas A. Nevins; garden of Louise Ayman Christian, 1932; House of the White Lions, Munn Ave.
BOX 11/1-2 EAST ORANGE: (churches and cemeteries) #3
Brick Presbyterian Church; First Presbyterian Church; Elmwood Presbyterian Church – int.; Arlington Ave. Presbyterian Church (int.); the Original Bethel Church – 1866; Second Building of Bethel Church – 1890; Bethel Presbyterian Church; Christ Church (P.E.) – 1905; Christ-Episcopal and Calvary M.E. Churches; Calvary M.E. Church; First Baptist Church – 1891; Dutch Reformed Church; First Reformed Church (Dutch); Park Ave. M.E. Chapel (opened Sept. 10, 1893); St. Paul’s Church; Trinity Church, Harrison St. ; First Congregational Church – Grove St.; Our Lady Help of Christians Church; Holy Name of Jesus Church; St. Joseph’s Church; entrance to Fairmont Cemetery; entrance to Cemetary of the Holy Sepulchre.
BOX 11/3 EAST ORANGE: (clubs) #4
Women’s Club of Orange; Women’s Club House; Riding and Driving Club.
BOX 11/4 EAST ORANGE: (colleges)
Berkeley College; Upsala College; Drake College and Tutoring School.
BOX 11/5-6 EAST ORANGE: (buildings)
Ashland Public School; Eastern Public School; The Original Franklin School – built 1825; The Old Franklin School House; The second Franklin School; Franklin Public School; Lincoln School; Vernon L. Davey Junior High School; East Orange High School; Essex Co. Vocational School for Girls; Free Public Library; Elmwood Branch Library; Dodd St. Branch Library; Prospect St. Branch Library; General Hospital; Veteran’s Administration; City Hall; Lincoln Statue; U.S. Post Office; Armory – Sept. 1913; Fire Dept.; Lackawanna Station; Brick Church Station (1908); Grove St. Station (1908); Ampere Station (1908); Hotel Suburban; Hotel Marlborough; Hotel Adelphina; Hotel Alvord; Edgemere Hotel; Hotel Palmer (Palmer House); Co-operative Apt.; Apartment (unidentified, ivy covered); David Riker Cheap Cash Store – 1846; Buttersworth’s Grocery – 1858; Savings Investment and Trust Co. – 1939; Commonwealt Bldg.; Insurance Co.; Acacia Mutual Life – Connecticut General; Service Bureau Corp.; Ballantine Memorial – Essex Co. Blood Bank (construction) – 1959; Otis Elevator Co.; Duchess Kitchens and Bathrooms; Brick Church Buick Co.; Central Ave. Stores; South Harrison St. stores; The Granville Flats.
BOX 11/7-8 EAST ORANGE: (industrial scenes) #6
Original Dodd Mill (before 1750); Saw Mill Dam; Original Dodd Grist Mill (before 1735); The Grist Mill in 1884; John Gray’s Hat Factory; Springdale Lake – Ice Business , 1854; Crocker Wheeler Co. – 1905; Double Duty Finger Guild (orig. bldg.; new quarters); blind workers at CrockerWheel Co.; motors and generators at Crocker Wheeler Co.
Box 12/1 EAST ORANGE: (celebrations and people) #7
“Centennial of the Oranges”; 75th Anniversary of East Orange (1938); Graduating Class (8th grade) 1918 – Ashland School; Class of 1903 – East Orange High School; E. Orange H.S. – teams of 1902, 1903, and 1904; Condit Family Reunion – Sept. 12, 1908; Hope Lodge No. 124 F. and A. M. (1st annual dinner); Craftsman team; Knights of Colombus Players – rehearsal; garden party – First Reformed Church; Record Ambulance (horse drawn) with Pat Reilly, driver; Old Indian Arrow-heads and axes; Clara Louise Maass – Nurse. OS.
BOX 12/2 EAST ORANGE: Schaevitz postcards.
BOX 12/3 EAST RUTHERFORD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Giants Stadium and Meadowlands racetrack; Trotting races at the Meadowlands.
BOX 12/4 EATONTOWN, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Greetings from Eatontown; Old Mill; aerial view – incl. portion of Fort Monmouth.
BOX 12/5 EDGEWATER, BERGEN COUNTY:
Cottage Rd., Edgewater Park; Hilliard Ave.;Ford motor Plant. Aerial view of Valvoline Oil Company.
BOX 12/6 EDISON TOWNSHIP, MIDDLESEX COUNTY
BOX 12/7 EGG HARBOR CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Monument to Massacre at Egg Harbor, 1778; Historical Marker – Chestnut Neck; Little Egg Harbor Meeting House – built 1709; St. Nicholas Parochial School; St. Nicholas R.C. Church and Rectory; view of Park Lake – 1914; Sanitarium – 1912; Peat bog Survey, Great Egg Harbor, Tidalmarsh; Aurora Hotel (int.). OS.
BOX 12/8 ELBERON, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Elberon Ave.; Ross Lake; bathing beach; “South of Sandy Hook; Residence of Murray Guggenheim; garden and house (Goldsmith?) – 8/7/29. OS.
BOXES 12/9-12; 13/1-5 ELIZABETH, UNION COUNTY:
BOX 12/9 ELIZABETH: (houses) #1
Boxwood Hall, home of Elias Boudinot, Pres. of Continental Congress – built 1752; Residence of Gen. Winfield Scott (built 1760) – with the Gen. and Mrs. Scott (1862); Hestfield House, oldest house, built 1667; Gov. Belcher Mansion, built 1747; DeHart House, built 1745; “the Chateau”. built by Cavalier Jouet C.1740; Livingston Mansion (Liberty Hall) – built 1772; “Liberty Hall” built by Gov. Livingston, 1772; Home of Jonathan Magie, Sr. (prob. late 18th c.); Col. Baker House, built by Moses Ogden in 1759; Dr. Josiah Stearn’s House, built 1760; “Wayside built by John Pierson, 1760; Shute Mansion, 1766 (site of New Court House); Residence of F.H. Davis; street scenes (1910-1912 and later; Tulip garden of Grassman and Kreb; Williamson House (now the Elks Club)..
BOX 12/10-13 ELIZABETH: (churches, schools, public bldgs., parks) #2
Evergreen Arch, 1889; First Presbyterian Church; Court House; Statue of Justice from old Court House; First Presbyterian Church; Parsonage of St. John’s Church; St. John’s Church; St. Patrick’s Church; Trinity Church; Westminster Church; Greystone Church; Pingry School; Thomas Jefferson High School; Bain High School; Thomas A. Edison Vocational School; St. Joseph’s Academy; Elmora School; Turn-table Bridge; Trolley – 1889; Trolley (ELizabethtown-Newark); Broad St. w/Trolley Car, 1910; Jefferson Park, Warinanco Park, Elizabeth Area; aerial view of Goethals Bridge and Elizabeth; Goethals Bridge; Bayway Terminal; Port Elizabeth; Shipyards and Crew at Moore Plant; Steamboat Meta and Docks; Old Chancellor Dock; South Front St. Draw Bridge; R.R. Junction; Central R.R. Station; Sketch of old R.R. crossing; Post Office; Fire Engine; Public Library; St. Elizabeth’s Hospital; Blake Memorial Elizabeth General Hospital; Elizabeth General Hospital; Carteret Arms Club; Elizabeth health Center; Elizabeth Carteret Hotel; Winfield Scott Hotel; J.M. Gaylord’s Union Hotel; New County Court House; Union County Court House; City Hall; The Armory; Riker Electric VehicleCo.; Heash Tower; Goerke Kirch Co. – Dept. Store; Rubber and Bronze works; Moore Bros. Co. – Moore Plant; Harmonia Savings Plant; First National Bank; panoramic view of city; Elizabeth Junior League Play; Junior Red Cross (WW1) ; street scene; annual outing of the First St. Assoc.; State Bank decorated for President Harrison’s visit.
BOX 13/2 ELIZABETH: (Misc. and history) #3
Elizabethtown purchased from indians; colonial map and history of Elizabethtown; historic marker; marker for route to Battle of Springfield. the Boundary Stone; Alley between Elizabeth Ave. and Elizabeth River.; The Old Fort – built 1734; Gravestones; illustrations of various gravestones; view of Elizabethtown near Lyon’s Tavern, 1795; Broad St.from Bridge, 1795; Central part of city w/R.R. trains; D.A.R. marker, erected 1909; Alan Neil – WW1; Women’s Boat Race at Elizabethport, 1884; Freight steamer “Meta” and letter; from Museum of Natural History, Paris, France; Woods where Durant Motor Co. is today; series of photos from plane – 1923; view of Evergreen Cemetery; see also Newark – Water Scenes; aerial view of Elizabeth; the Submarine “Holland” built 1898; Trolley Car and Trailer, Sept. 1889; Elizabeth Tercentenary Committee (1664-1964).
BOX 13/3-5 ELIZABETH: – Portrait file #4
Murals in Court House; Descendants of Carteret; Cole Family. OS.
BOX 13/6 ELSINBORO, SALEM COUNTY:
Morris Goodwin House (colonial) – Salem Co. – and floor plans; Isaac Smart House, c. 1696; House on Tilbury Lane (colonial); Old Pedroe Morris House (colonial).
BOX 13/7-8 ENGLEWOOD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Phelp’s Ruins; Horse Shoe Curve (trolley); Martyn’s Residence (1911); Public Library (1913); of Grounds and Crystal Lake (1916); Englewood Field Club (1916); Daisy Fields Home for Crippled Children; Englewood Hospital; Englewood Cliffs and Interstate Park Drive; Brook scene; World War Memorial Monument; Tablet Marking site of Liberty Tavern where Washington stopped in 1776; aerial view of Business District; G. W. Bridge; Tower of Dwight Morrow High School; Englewood High School; Methodist Episcopal Church; St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; St. Cecilia R.C. Church; Seward Prosser Main House and Guest House; Prosser House (ext.); Clinton Point; Lover’s Leap; The Palisades, Hudson River; “Hendrick Hudson Drive photo album”. OS.
BOX 13/9 ENGLISHTOWN, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Tennent St.; Village Inn.
BOX 13/10 ESSEX COUNTY:
Essex fox hounds; Waterfalls and Water Wheel; Essex Co. Park Comm. – 2nd Annual Report, views of property. OS.
BOX 13/11 ESSEX FELLS:
Lecture Room, Kingsley School; Glen near Kingsley School; St. Peter’s P.E. church; Roseland Ave.; Honor Roll – WW2; Northeastern Bible College.
New Jersey Places: F
BOX 14/1 “F” MISCELLANEOUS
Fair Haven, Fairmount, Flagtown, Florham Park, Fortescue, Fort Hancock, Foul Rift, Franklin Lakes, Fredon Township, Friesburg, Finderne, and Frankford Plains.
BOX 14/2 FAIRFIELD, ESSEX COUNTY:
Two Bridges; Old Post Family House, 1810; Member of Post Family at house; Oldest House in Fairfield, c.1750; Clinton Methodist Church; Fairfield Dutch Reformed Church, 1804; First Grade School (1905 became annex to Fairfield Dutch Reformed Church); Caldwell Twp. Public School, 1905; Fairfield Municipal Bldg.; National Newark and Essex Bank; Curtiss Wright Propeller Division – (formerly Fairfield Dairy); Old Bloomfield Ave.; Big Piece Meadows.
BOX 14/3 FAIRLAWN (RADBURN), BERGEN COUNTY:
New Magnesium Founsry, Wright Aeronautical Corporation; The Garretson Forge and Farm; Municipal Buildinng; Tel-News.
BOX 14/4 FAIRTON, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Old Stone Church – Fairfield Presbyterian, 1780.
BOX 14/5-7 FAR HILLS, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Kate Macy Ladd Convalescent Home; The white swans at Blairsden, 1908; Brookwood (formerly home of Mrs. Joseph S. Frelinghuysen, Sr.); The Golf House, 1974; Railroad Station; C.R. Butler House (and int.); Isreal House (and int.); Mrs. Charles Scribner’s Home, int. and stables in back of home; Four Equestrian Ladies – Mrs. Charles Scribner, Mrs. David Pyle, Mrs. Lester Perrin, Mrs. DeCoursey Fales; C. Dillon House, gardens, and interiors; Schley House. Many Mattie Edwards Hewitt photographs. OS.
BOX 14/8 FARMINGDALE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Our House tavern; Admin. Bldg., Preventorium.
BOX 14/9 FLANDERS, MORRIS COUNTY:
M.E. Church; Tombstones in M.E. Cemetery; Marom House; “For Sale” ad for “Valley Ranch,” home of W.T. Doremus – 1908; Excavation (w/workmen and children)- 1903.
BOX 14/10 FLATBROOKVILLE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Old Mine Road.
BOX 14/11-12 FLEMINGTON, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Hunterdon Co. Court House; Soldiers Monument; The Fountain; Monument to Delaware Indian Chief, Tuccamircan, 1759; Flemington Raid – Historic Marker; Washington’s Headquarters; grave of British Regular, Cornte Francis Geary; Baptist Chutch; New Baptist Church; Methodist Church; Presbyterian Church; Calvary Episcopal Church; Harmony School (old and new); Mr. L.L. Holcombe’s Mill, 1753; Dart’s Mill Bridge over South Branch River; Drive along South Branch River; Public Park; Free Library – Deats Bldg.; Public Library – 1910; Public School, Primary Dept.; Main St. – Hunterdon Hotel; Union Hotel; Hunterdon Medical Center; Residence of H.E. Deats; Henry C. Ward’s “Rieland Farm” – house built by Gov. John Reading, 1760; Gov. John Reading House; Home of Col. Charles Stewart; Residence of George H. Large ( and architectural drawing); Fleming’s Castle; Choir School Graduates; Horses at Fair; Turntable Junction; Liberty Village – (George Ertell House, Yule Loc in Common Room, William Titfoot Forge; Craftsmen); John C. Hopewell House, c. 1850; Alexander Wurts Law Office, c. 1830. OS.
BOX 14A/13 FLORENCE, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Trall’s Hygeian Home and Hygeian Therapeutic College; M.E. Church; Stangel Motor Court.
BOX 14A/14 FLORHAM PARK, MORRIS COUNTY:
Exxon Building. Sutton Park, Hanover, NJ.
BOX 14A/15 FORKED RIVER, OCEAN COUNTY:
Yacht Basin; Eno’s Dock; Hayden’s Giant Food Market (Lacey Rd. and Lake Dr.); fishermen with catch.
BOX 14A/16 FORT LEE, BERGEN COUNTY:
George Washington Bridge; Hudson River and Palisades; Foot of Palisades; view of Hudson River from Flat Rock; Fort Lee – historic marker; streets and views; Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal); schools; Bethany M.E. Church; Monument Square; Central Ave.; Monument to the Soldiers of Revolution; Ruins of hut and camp built by Continental Soldiers; Liberty Rd. over which Washington retreated; Mary Brown, Fletcher Ave., Feb 1915; Madeline Brown, Feb., 1915; Peerless Moving Picture Studios; Main St. looking in direction of Movie Studio; Peerless Studio and Eclair Factory; Peerless Studio w/Mrs. Olga Luhrs; public bldg. (firehouse?). OS.
BOX 15/1 FORT MONMOUTH, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
U.S. Army Signal Corps Museum – invitation; First 110 Mc Test of Complete Radar System; Radio Pulse Projector.
BOX 15/2 FORT MOTT, SALEM COUNTY:
Monument to Finnish Settlers of area; Fort Mott; bird’s-eye view of Coast Artillery; Old Dock Works at Fort Mott; Fort Mott State Park.
BOX 15/3 FRANKLIN:
Falls; Club House; Church of the Immaculate Conception and Lyceum; Public School; Bridal Terrace; Franklin House, Franklin Furnace, 1903; photos of 3 men at Franklin Furnace, 1896. OS.
BOX 15/4 FRANKLIN PARK, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Monument on site of First Court House (1716-1737); Gravestone – Capt. Simon Addis (1745-1834).
BOX 15/5-6 FREEHOLD, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Monument Square; Monument Battle Monument; Views of Monument, Court House, etc.; “Council on War”, bronze pictures on monument; “Molly Pitcher on Battlefield”; Molly Pitcher Well; Monmouth Battle Ground; Gen. Lord Clinton’s Headquarters in 1778; The Old Tennent Parsonage in 1857 (erected 1706); Old Tennent Church, built 1757 (linoleum engraving) – also interior and graveyard; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, erected 1771 (used as hospital by British during Battle of Monmouth); St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church; Presbyterian Church; old view of the Court House; Court House; John Craig House, built 1710 – also monument pictures; Stone House, built 1722-23 by Cornelius Thompson; Betsey Erlton House, demolished 1896; Freehold Institute (boarding school); Freehold Young Ladies Seminary, 1850; Hawkinson House; Residence of Samuel Craig Coward; Pear Orchard on farm of D.D. Denise; ten views of Freehold; Monmouth Co. Museum and Library; Monmouth Co. Mobile Library; American Hotel; Stone Window displays honoring George Washington on Bicentennial of birth date; Freehold Raceway. OS.
BOX 15/7 FRENCHTOWN, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Old Mill on Delaware (1946); Bridge over Delaware (1947); Former Covered Bridge over Delaware; scene along Delaware River; Tombstone of Arthur Erwin – 1791; Presbytery Camp.
New Jersey Places: G
BOX 15/8 “G” MISCELLANEOUS
Garfield, Gilette, Glendola, Good Luck, Gouldtown, Great Meadows, Great Notch, Greenbrook, Grenlock.
BOX 15/9 GARDEN STATE PARKWAY:
Scenes on the Parkway.
BOX 15/10-11 GLADSTONE, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Gladstone Creek (1914); view of the river (1920); swimming pool – Mt. St. John’s Academy; Maple Cottage, Peapack Gladstone; Railroad Station and end of tracks; Mansion of Mrs. C. Sudyam
BOX 15/12 GLASSBORO, GLOUCESTER COUNTY:
Hollybush House; St. Thomas Episcopal Church (1843 architectural drawing). OS.
BOX 15/13 GLEN GARDNER, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
State Tuberculosis Sanitarium; Spruce Run (1907); Rocky Run near Sanitarium (1915); Buttonwood Lake (1916); N.J. Sanitarium for Chest Diseases (bldgs. of the mid-1900’s).
BOX 15/14 GLEN RIDGE, ESSEX COUNTY:
Old Moffat Mill and New Bridge over Mill (1905); Brook in Glen Ridge Park (w/people); Ridgewood Ave.; P.O. and Lackawanna Station; Lackawanna Railroad Depot (w/train and people); Glen Ridge Saviongs and Loan Assoc.; Residence of James A. Robertson; Home of James Emery Brooks, 40 Wildwood Terrace, built 1888; Christ Episcopal Church; Glen Ridge H.S. (and orchestra); Girl Scouts painting gas light posts (1975); Town Hall; Glen Ridge Club House (1912); Women’s Club of Glen Ridge (ext. and int.); Athletic Field Bleachers, Sept. 1936 (WPA Project). OS.
BOX 15/15 GLEN ROCK, BERGEN COUNTY:
The Rock (1958); The Big Rock; Hopper Terhune House; Brenden House.
BOX 15/16 GLOUCESTER, CAMDEN COUNTY:
“Fish-House of Tamany Fish House Club; Admin. Bldg. and Detention Bldg. of U.S. Immigration Station – was home of William J. Thompson; Washington Mills.
BOX 15/17 GREEN POND, MORRIS COUNTY:
Scenes around Green Pond (1909); bathing beach (w/people) – 1906; hotel and dock, 1910; moonlight on Green Pond, 1914; Green Pond Hotel; panorama of Green Pond; tent life.
BOX 15/18 GREENWICH, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Sheppard House built by Mark Reeve, 1686; OldTwn Hall; Old Jail; the Arcade built by Noah Flannigan; old house built by Nicholas Gibbon; Monument to Last Indian Chief in Cumberland Co.’ 1698 House; Old Tavern built 1730; Old Tavern – sketched by
Wm. R. Johnston, 1975; The Gibbon House (built in 1730); Old Presbyterian Burying Ground (Rebecca Gibbon, d. 1740, Leonard Gibbon, d.1744); Phillip Vickers Fithian House (built prior to 1747, int.- restored); Encuries B. Fithian House; Hicksite Friends Meeting House; Friends Meeting House, built 1771; Tea House (where tea was supposed to be stored); oil painting of Greenwich Tea Party, 1774; Tea Burning Monument (erected in 1908); The Greenwich Tea Party; Dr. Ephraim Holmes House and Doorway; Dr. Wood’s Residence built 1795; house occupied by Charles Wood, 1914; Charles Beatty Fithian House, 1824; Greenwich Presbyterian Church, built 1845; “Ye Great Streete” (Insurance Co. Advertisement); Thomas Maxwell Store, 1796-1803.
BOX 15/19 GREENWICH, WARREN COUNTY
Presbyterian Church, built 1835; Plaque in honor of Gen. Wm. Maxwell.
BOX 16/1-3 GREENWOOD LAKE, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Scene of Greenwood Lake; Steamer Montclair (1908); Steamer Montclair at Windemere Landing; View from Waterstone Landing (1911); Chapel Island; Old Furnace of Washington’s Time; scene near Old Forge (w/people); tablet erected 1905 on Sterling Furnace Ruins, built in 1751; Old Cooley Homestead; Dr. Gudewells Castle and Tower (1914); Woodlands Hotel; Camp Inkowa (bldgs. and people) (1929); deer and calves (1956); Waterstone Cottage and people; lodgings at Greenwood Lake; McDowell family at Greenwood Lake (1883); McDowells at Greenwood Lake; Josephine T. McDowell; Club House (from McDowel’s papers); Church; Brandon House Landing; Frank Forester’s House; views around Greenwood Lake; McDowell grounds; near Greenwood Lake. OS.
BOX 16/ 4 GRIGGSTOWN, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Abraham VanDoren Homestead; John Honeyman House; oversized photo of Tugboat “Mabel” at Locks on Delaware and Raritan Canal c.1924; Millstone River and Bridge; Stables and Barracks for mules and drivers (D.R. Canal); Canal Lock; Bridge and Tenders House. OS.
New Jersey Places: H
BOX 16/5 “H” MISCELLANEOUS
Hasbrouch Heights, Hobart Mt., Hamilton Square, Hillsboro Twp., Holland Vicinity, Hopkin’s Mill, Hutchinson’s Mill, Hurffville, Hewitt, Hopatcong, Holly Beach, Homestead, and Harrisonville Station.
BOX 16/6-8 HACKENSACK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Bergen Co. Court House (1908 and later; also jail); Historic Marker (Gen. Enoch Poor); Monument to Gen . Enoch Poor; Gen. Poor’s Grave and Mansion House; Mansion House, Washington’s Headquarters in 1776; house where Gen. Poor’s body lay before funeral; Kipp House built by Hendrick de Kype, c.1680; Demarest House built c.1700; Ackerman House built c.1704; Monument to “All of America’s Wars”; the Square; Soldiers Monument; Boy Scout; Dutch Reformed “Church-on-the-Green” – organized 1686, first structure 1696, rebuilt 1728 and 1791, enlarged 1847, remodeled 1869; Calvary Baptist Church; St. Mary’s R.C. Church (1906); State Street School; High School; Johnson public Library; Hackensack Hospital; The Armory (1906); Chemical Engine #1, FireDept.; Susquehanna Railroad Station; Hackensack Golf Club; Construction workers in meadows (1867); Bergen Co. Court House (photocopy of woodcut); Main St. looking south; Hackensack River view; tornado damage in Cherry Hill section (1895); “sunset Hackensack Meadows” c.1850; On the Hackensack River; Planning Mill near Hackensack; F. T. Fisher Residence. OS.
BOX 16/9 HACKETTSTOWN, WARREN COUNTY:
N.J. State Fish hatchery; Public School; High School; St. James Episcopal; M.E. Church; Presbyterian Church; Union Cemetary gates; Lackawanna Railroad Station; St. Joseph’s Villa, Mess Hall; Centenary Collegiate Institute (Junior College); Youngblood Dam (Musconetcong River); Musconetcong River; Morris Canal; Hope St. Bridge (Morris Canal); Kings Bridge; Canal Boats; Buck Hill Farms and Farm Houses; Lackawanna Leather Works Factory; American house (Hotel); Hotel Clarendon (1910 automobile); Main St. ( businss district and horse carriage); High St. (1910 overland auto); on the road to Draketown; bird’s-eye view; coal mine w/ locomotive; Warren furnace; Mine Hill Falls; Mine Creek falls; Collegiate institute c .1880. Several stereoviews. OS.
BOX 16/10 HADDON HEIGHTS, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Public School; Haddon Country Club; Houses on W. Atlantic Ave, 7th Ave., Station Ave.; Trees on Maple Ave.; Haddon Heights National Bank; Reading Railroad Station.
BOX 16/11 HADDONFIELD, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Indian King Tavern (1750); Colonial House; Historic Buttonwoods; Elizabeth Haddon House; War Memorial; Cherry Hill Inn.; Greenfield Hall; Quaker School; Barclay Farm Covered Bridge; Tablet on the American House; Town Plaque (historic marker); Elizabeth Haddon’s House (1713). OS.
BOX 16/12 HAMBURG, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Hotel National; Wheatsworth Inn (orig. Gov. Haines Home); Wantage Ave. (houses on); Presbyterian Church (int.); Stone Mill for “Uneeda Bakers”; Gingerbread Castle; Brodheads on “Old Mine Rd.”; Gravestone of Lt. John Kays, aid to Gen. Washington.. OS.
BOX 16/13 HAMMONTON, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Bellevue Ave. and Egg Harbor Rd. (business district); view on the lake; Police Barracks.
BOX 17/1 HANCOCK’S BRIDGE, (LOWER ALLOWAY CREEK TWP) SALEM COUNTY:
Quaker Meeting House; prototype of a log cabin; detail work a of a log cabin; Hancock House (built 1734), docks, church, town view.
BOX 17/2 HANOVER, MORRIS COUNTY:
Troy Academy; Passaic River; Bridge over Passaic River; houses on Main St.; 1st Presbyterian Church; Public Service Gas Metering Station; Hanover High School; Merry-Hopping House, c.1760.
BOX 17/3 HARLINGEN, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Harlingen Church, 1897.
BOX 17/4 HARRINGTON PARK, BERGEN COUNTY:
BOX 17/5-6 HARRISON, HUDSON COUNTY:
Lackawanna Railroad. Station; Harrison Ave. Business District; H.R. Worthington’s Hydraulic Works; Railroad Steam Shovel – David Harper and Co.; view of Harrison from Newark; Harrison / Jackson St. Bridge; Fairlie and Wilson Coal Co; Beer Garden (1870); John A. Blatt and Bro. (retail store); New Hudson Tube train; Drama Group posing; American Oxygen Service Corp.; Carbonic American Service; Atlas Acetylene Co. OS.
BOX 17/7 HARVEY CEDARS, OCEAN COUNTY:
Gardens of Frederick P. Small; Neptune Dining Room.
BOX 17/8 HAWTHORNE, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Ryerson (DeGray ) House and Barn; Ryerson Artifacts (ceramic glass, stone , metal).
BOX 17/9 HEWITT, PASSAIC COUNTY:
General Store, Original Headquarters of Hewitt.
BOX 17/10 HIBERNIA, MORRIS COUNTY:
Adit-Sweed’s mine (1855); Byram Mine; Hibernia Mine; Hibernia Furnace; two views and a group picture; a R.R. Trestle and Plant. OS.
BOX 17/11 HIGH BRIDGE, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Foundry Bridge; The Arches (Bridge); Rustic Wooden Bridge; Stone Mill and Bridge; Taylor’s Falls (water); Lake Solitude and Boat House; High School; St. Joseph’s Church; Methodist Church; Grey Crest (residence); general house views; Church St. and houses; Central R.R. of N.J. Station; Main St. (business district); Union Forge Iron Works; “Union Farm” house (1726); Central R.R. of N.J. Excursion Train; Taylor Iron Works and Factory. OS.
BOX 17/12 HIGH POINT, SUSSEX COUNTY:
War Memorial Obelisk; Lake Marcia; Picnic grounds and shelter house; veranda of boarding house; tri-state monument and rock.
BOX 17/13 HIGHLANDS BEACH, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Beach and boardwalk – Shrewsbury River; yachts and sailboats on Shrewsbury; Drawbridge.
BOX 17/14-15 HIGHLANDS, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
“Twin Lights” (lighthouse); drawbridge; aerial view of “Twin Lights” and Navesink River; camp ground; sailboats on the Naversink River; Huddy park and Monument; NY and Long Branch Line Water Witch Train Station; ceremony at the “:Twin Lights”; Navesink Light. McDowell family photographs of “Twin Lights” ceremonies. OS.
BOX 17/16 HIGHTSTOWN, MERCER COUNTY:
Scheible’s Hotel; Mom’s Peppermill Restaurant; Peddie Institute – also Wilson Hall; Memorial Hall, and Kalamathia House; 1st Presbyterian Church; 1st Baptist Church; Main St.; Peddie Lake and Bridge; Memorial Park falls and Peddie Lake; “Jersey Homesteads”, garment factory; Memorial Library; overall view; dairy herd of cows at milking station; white oak (250 yrs. old).
BOX 17/17 HILLSDALE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Wortendyke Inn; Bar Room and Dance Hall; Samuel G. Demarest Home.
BOX 17/18 HILLSIDE, UNION COUNTY:
Town Hall; Pingry School.
BOX ES 18/1-9 & 19/1-4 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY:
BOX 18/1-3 HOBOKEN: (Castle Stevens) #1
Sketch of future home of Col. John Stevens; 1st Stevens Home;Castle Stevens: x-mas cards, w/cannon, Serpentine gate; w/river, ext., and int.; NYC skyline from porch of Castle Stevens.
BOX 18/4 HOBOKEN: (Bldgs. and People) #2
Various; 1st American Locomotive on rails at Castle Point; Bolaver House – 15th St. and Park Ave.; Residence of Wm. H. Mead , undertaker, built 1806; Castle Point and river walk in 1885; Steven’s bomb-proof floating battery (after War of 1812); View of entrance to the Narrows taken from Hoboken, c.1830; 8th st. entrance to Castle Point; street scenes; Sybyl’s Cave, 1847; Cybil’s Cave and river walk in 1880; picture of painting by Carl Hoppel; parks with monuments; Elysian Fields; Gypsy encampment; view of Washington St.; bird’s eye view of Hoboken 1860; Hoboken Riding Club; Grand Regatta, Hudson River Riding Assoc., 1868; Hoboken Public School; drawing from Police Gazette – “Officer Ryan Arrests his wife”;Public Library; Post Office; Hoboken Trust Co.; War Camp Community Services; troops at Hoboken – WW1; Salvation Army Girls; Church of the Holy Innocents; First Baptist Church; Trinity Church; YMCA Hudson Hut; Hoboken High School; Carnegie Laboratory of Engineering, Stevens Inst.; Morton Memorial Laboratory; Campus showing Grandstand and Morton Lab of Stevens Inst.; Group picture at Heller and Bros. Mfg. Plant; The American National Game of Baseball (copy of Currier and Ives print); map of Hoboken; Sybil’s cave on the Hudson; Elysian Fields; view of Hudson River from Elysian Fields;view of Washington St.; Hoboken Fire Engine Co. #2, 1898.
BOX 18/5-6 HOBOKEN: (Port Area) #3
S.S. Imperator, Hamburg American Line; Cunard -Queen Mary; Great Ocean Liners at the Docks; the Docks of “North German Lloyds” and “Hamburg American,” the Cynthia Moran in the Hudson River; waterfront and docks; Atlantic Boat Club House; aerial view of Hoboken Piers; Lackawanna Ferries to NYC; Hoboken Ferry; Coach ferry Boat “Scranton” ; Hoboken Ferry after fire 8/7/1905; D.L. & W. Ferry slip; Erie-Lackawanna-Hoboken Terminal; Holland American Line Pier; dry dock of Tiejen and Lang.
BOXES 18/7-9 & 19/1-4 HOBOKEN (STEVENS ACADEMY/HOBOKEN ACADEMY #4
Photographs of students and student activities and the buildings of Stevens Academy and Hoboken Academy. Many others in oversized. OS. DOS.
BOX 19/5 HOHOKUS, BERGEN COUNTY:
Sheridan Ave. , looking north; Hohokus School, Sheridan Ave.; view on Franklin Turnpike; the Hermitage – home of Theodosia Prevost who married Aaron Burr (built c.1725); The Hermitage – Window and Masonic emblems; Washington under the elm; the Ho-ho-kus Inn.
BOX 19/6 HOLLY BEACH, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Boardwalk looking north toward Wildwood (1907); houses -Leaning and Bennett Ave. (1907); U.S. Life Saving Station – Leaning Ave. (1907); Holly Beach Yacht Club (Boat house) at Wildwood Creat, next to Holly Beach.
BOX 19/7 HOLMDEL, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Hendrickson House (w/ story in NJ Bell Tel. folder); Holmdel Church (int.); Garden State Art Center; D. Hendrickson House (door); Telstar I and II – Bell Laboratories.
BOX 19/8 HOPE, WARREN COUNTY:
Old Grist Mill (and history in Blue Cross folder); Feed Mill (unidentified); Albertson Homestead; The Union Inn; American House (Colonial Inn); Bank – formerly Moravian Church); Hope Bank; Episcopal Church; Octagonal School House – now cemetary office; Moravian Homes c. 1776; Moravian barn – 1770’s; Moravian bldg. (now store) – 1760’s; Diagram of the Moravian Tract; Organ – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
BOX 19/9 HOPEWELL, MERCER COUNTY:
Rev. War Monument (w/copy of inscription); John Hart Home (signer of Dec. of Indep.); Methodist Church; Public Library and Museum: Museum (int.); Trap Rocks (watercolor by Augustus Kolliner, 1813). OS.
New Jersey Places: I
BOX 19/10 IDEAL BEACH:
BOX 19/11 IMLAYSTOWN:
“Ye Old Yellow Meeting”; The Old Yellow Meeting House (Baptist).
BOX 19/12 IRONIA, MORRIS COUNTY:
Ironia, Chesten Branch.
BOX 19/13 IRVINGTON, ESSEX COUNTY:
Municipal Bldg.; Christian Church; St. Leo’s R.C. Church; Dutch Reformed Church; Irvington M.E. Church; Irvington Public School (19th C.); Irvington High School; Irvington Public Library; girl scouts at War Memorial); photo of ad. for Camptown stagecoach; The Irvington Parlor in the Brooklyn Museum; Elizabeth River Project – lowering level of streambed, 1936; Map of city; Irvington Center w/trolley and wagon; shopping center on Springfield Ave.; Olsem Place and Grove St.; Irvington Textile Co. – Jabel Jewelry Box; Joint Mtg. Bldg.; Music Project Group at Coit St. School; E. Poeter and Co. – metal products; Olympic Park. OS.
BOX 19/14 ISLAND HEIGHTS, OCEAN COUNTY:
View on the Tom’s River; The Tom’s River from the bluff; Yacht Club and dock; sailing and racing on the River; Aquaplanning on the river; The McClelland Cottage.
New Jersey Places: J
BOX 19/15 “J” MISCELLANEOUS
BOX 19/16 JACKSON, OCEAN COUNTY:
The Architect (Sergey Padukow); Brief History of St. Vladimir Church; Waterloo Village.
BOX 19/17 JAMESBURG, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Presbyterian Church; Wigwam Brook (new trout pond) – site of David Brainerd Indian Settlement; Forsgate Farms; Forsgate Country Club. OS.
BOX 20/1-2 JERSEY – CHANNEL ISLANDS (ENGLAND):
BOXES 20/3-5 & 21/1-4 JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY
BOX 20/3-5 JERSEY CITY (houses, bldgs., views, etc. – 1666 to early 1900’s ) #1:
Sip House; Tice Tavern; “The Apple tree House” – Gen . Lafayette’s Headquarters; Retirement Hall, Greenville, NJ; Paulus Hook Monument; Communipan or Paulus Hook from the river; Thatched cottage; Paulus Hook Windmill; S.E. view of Jersey City from NY; Montgomery St. and Exchange Place; Montgomery St. and Jersey Ave.; shooting contest; shore front – communipan; snow scene with White House; christmas decorations at C.L. Edinger House c.1900; clothing store of C.L. Edinger Home; founders of Jersey City; historic markers – Jersey City and Paulus Hook; Proclamation – Capture of Gen Lee; “Indain Fugitives from Pavonia” (etching, 1876); Massachussetts volunteers at J.C.R.R. Depot, 1861; Hook and Ladder Co. #4 J.C. Fire Dept. c .1900; crew of M.S.S. Portsmouth, Decoration Day, 1909; Light-horse Harry at Paulus Hook.
BOX 21/1-2A JERSEY CITY (bldgs., street scenes, and people) #2:
Bergen Columbia Academy 1790; Begen Reformed Dutch Church, 1773; St. Peter’s R.C. Church; Sts. Peter and Paul’s Ukranian Church; St. Alosius R.C. Church and School (1910); views of Hudson Co. Park (1911, 12, 17); entrance to Bay View and NY Bay Cemetaries; Riverside Park; Lafayette Jr. High School; Public School #20, Greenville, 1910; J.C. High School; Hasbrouck Institute; Raymond Roth Pioneer Home, Greenville, 1908; Dr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Hollingshead, St. Paul’s Church, 3rd. St.; also same with Rev. and Mrs. Eric L. Sonderey at Goodwill Community House; St. Peter’s School; Dedication of J.C. Medical Center; Christ Hospital; Peter Stuyvesant Statue (Bergen Sq.); CIvil War Memorial and City Hall; City Hall, 1911; Hudson Co. Court House, 1840; Court House and County jail, 1906; County CourtHouse; Public Library; Trust Bldg. at Five Corners; 4th Regiment Armory (1907 and 1917); (Post Office?); street scenes – Bowers St., Glenwood Ave., Hudson Blvd.; Van Vorst Park, 1909; Palisades below Riverview Park; J.C. and its children including girl scouts; J.C Sunday Schools June Walk, c.1915; Handicraft Exhibit, W.P.A.; Roosevelt Stadium; Frank Hague, A. Harry Moore, James A. Farley; Water Works, Summit Ave.; Typographic Library and Museum; NY Skyline from JC at night; aerial view; Journal Sq.; Exchange Pl.; Liberty State Park; Colgate and Co. -Posters of Products; 50th Anniv. of DAR Paulus Hook Corp.
BOX 21/3 JERSEY CITY (transportation) #3:
Morris Canal , 1908-09; Trolley Trestle and Wagon Elevator; Central Railroad. of NJ at Communipan Ave. Station; R.R. Crossing, foot of hundred steps; trains and stations; Path Admin. Bldg. at Journal Sq.; excursion trip of NY coaching club to PA. coming from Cortland St. ferry thru JC; The Ferry landing at JC with depot of NY, Plilly , and Paterson Railroad.; Jersey Central and PA. Railroad Ferry Slips. 1865; Excursion Boat, “Kaaterskill”, 1906; “JC Dockyards of the C.Railroad, 1884” artist – Augusts Will; opening of Canal Navigation for 1871 – canal, boats in their winter quarters at Long Dock, Pavonia Ferry; New Depot of N.J. Railroad and transportation co. from drawing, 1857; JC train shed with cars and engines; S.S. Sandy Hook in Dry Dock.
BOX 21/3A JERSEY CITY (transportation, churches, statues):
St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church; Steeple, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church; Civil War Memorial, City Hall; Public Library; Peter Stuyvesant Statue; approach to Holland Tunnel; Toll lanes for entrance to Holland Tunnel; Journal Square; Hudson Tube Car in yard; Pennsylvania RR Hudson Tube Car; Grove St. Station; Hudson Tube Portals; Hudson and Manhattan Bldg. from JC; Exchange Place; City Hall; Bergen Reformed Church; Sts’ Peter and Paul’s Ukranian Church.
BOX 21/4 JERSEY CITY (fire department) #4
Fire Department, ca. 1940’s. Personnel, fire equipment, fire trucks. OS.
BOX 21/5 JOBSTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Rancocas Farm; Lorilard Farm; Catholic Church. OS.
BOX 21/6 JOHNSONBURG, WARREN COUNTY:
Johnsonburg Inn, 1753; Old Sussex Co. Goal, 1750-63; Grave of Joseph Tomas, 1836 ; Old Christian Church, 1846; Methodist Church, 1850; Old Milestone between Allamunchy and Johnsonburg; the Vail Homestead, 1886; Public School, 1917; Deserted Lackawanna Railroad Station; Assorted country scenes.
New Jersey Places: K
BOX 21/7 KARRSVILLE, WARREN COUNTY:
Karrsville store schoolhouse.
BOX 21/8 KEANSBURG, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
View of Camp Jahn; making new streets; Keansburg Station; fishing scene on Raritan Bay; the Hard Sandy Beahc; clearing the forest; Lake Elsmer, New Point Comfort Beach; Carr Ave. entrance to New Point Comfort Beach; McSherry’s Bldg.; picnic in the woods; New Point Comfort Bldg.; main entrance to Granville Park; Way Cake Light; Lighthouse; boardwalk with Grandstand and Bandstand showing; general welcome on Pennant Card; children with stuffed toys on boardwalk.
BOX 21A/9-10 KEARNY, HUDSON COUNTY (ARLINGTON):
Schyler Mansion, built 1710; Mrs. Schyler at the cornfields; Col. Peter Schyler House, built 1760;(also called Schyler Mansion and was British Headquarters in Revolution); Belle Grove Estate – Kearney Castle – built in late 1850’s; Eilshemius Mansion – home of local artist, Louis E., when a boy; “Laurel Hill” from painting by Louis Michel Eilshemius, artist, 1864-1941 -thought to be his home; House, 708 Passaic Ave.; Newark Plank Rd. and Morris Canal; Erie Railroad Cut; view of Passaic River; Soldiers’ Home (int., and Civil War Statue); Soldiers’ Home; Central Hose Co. – firehouse; Midland Ave. 1907; War Memorial; Spanish War Cannon; Masonic Temple; 1st Presbyterian Church; Knox Presbyterian Church; St. Stephen’s R.C.Church; St.Cecilia’s School, 1930; Kearny High School; Town Hall and Library; Free Public Library (int.); Pulaski Skyway; train on bridge over Passaic River, 1947; boats on Passaic River; Nairn Linoleum Co.; Royal Lumber and Millwork Co.; Cast of Play – M.E. Church Epworth League. OS.
BOX 21A/11 KEASBEY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Keasbey Nursery School.
BOX 21A/12 KENVIL, MORRIS COUNTY:
Kenvil Hotel; Kirkbridge Pine Tree, 1716; view of Kenvil, 1880’s.
BOX 21A/13 KEYPORT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
1st St.; Raritan Guard Library, 1926; Sondergard Lake, 1928; road and park; Ye Cottage Inn; mending fishing nets; Reformed Church; waterfront.
BOX 21A/14 KINGSTON, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Delaware and Raritan canal lock.
BOX 21A/15 KINGWOOD, HUNTERDON COUNTY
Old Stone House – Gen. Daniel Bray Property; house with fence.
BOX 2A1/16 KITTATINY LAKE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Song Pond; Sunfish Pond; Greetings from Kittatiny Lake.
New Jersey Places: L
BOX 21A/17 “L” MISCELLANEOUS
Littletown-Hunterdon Co., Landisville, Lake Ocquittunk, Laurel Hill Cut, Lake Panther, Libertyville, Little Ferry, Lansons Corner, Little Silver, Lawrence-Mercer Co., Laurence Harbor, Lake Hiawatha, Lovebodies ; Lower Bank, Luxemburg, Lyons Farms School House, and Lanoka Harbor.
BOX 21A/18 LAFAYETTE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Running Brook Farm; Old Stone Bridge; Lafayette Falls.
BOX 22/1-5 LAKE HOPATCONG, SUSSEX COUNTY
Views on the lake, 1880’s; laying of cornerstone of Protestant Chapel, 1888; views of the lake; Sperry Springs; views of islands in the lake; “Little Venice” Air Castle Isles; Bear Pind; in the coves; views from various points; River Styx Bridge c. 1900; River Styx; Sans Souci Boat House, 1905; Maxim Pier and Boathouse; Lock on Morris Canal; views along Morris canal; old water wheels at forge; small steamboats meeting Lackawanna trains at landing on Morris Canal; Railroad Station; arrival of Excursion Train; Dedication, Yacht Club House, July 9, 1910; The Regatta; steamboat at Hotel Breslin Dock; Castle Edward; boats on Morris Canal; Incline plane near Lake Hopatcong.
Houses & buildings. Private Residence, Windermore Ave.; houses on Lake Shore; Arlington Hotel; Hopatcong House; Hotel Breslin; Casino, Alasmac Hose; Lake View House; Sunnyside; Nolan’s Point Villa; Suomi Hovi Hotel (formerly the Villa), Nolan’s Point; Lake Pavillion Hotel, Nolan’s Point; The Cut (railroad tracks); Warren Lodge; scenes from early 1900’s; boat dock ; pcinicing and canoeing; group in bathing suits; reciprocity club outing, 1945; sailboat; sailboat racing; Bertrand Island Amusement Park; boats and shops at landing;Shore Hills Beach; State Park (bathing beach, boat dock, dam); aerial view. Stereoviews. OS.
BOX 22/6 LAKE OWASSA, SUSSEX COUNTY:
View of the Lake; aeria view of the Lake.
BOX 22/7 LAKE TELEMARK:
Lake and country road; children in costume for Norwegian Folk dance.
BOX 22/8 LAKEHURST:
U.S. Navy airships; hanger; U.S. Navy Balloons; Hanger (photostat); Hindenburg Dirigible; Hindenburg in flames, May 6, 1937; Pine Tree Inn; point of pines.
BOX 22/9-10 LAKEWOOD, OCEAN COUNTY:
Cathedral Dr.; Lake Carasaljo; Lakewood Hotel; U.S. Government Hospital (was Lakewood Hotel); Laurel House 1905; Laurel-in-the-Pines, 1905; Sunset Lodge, 1907; Bartlett Inn, 1914; The Country Club; The Castle, residence of Jasper Lynch, 1910; Georgian Court College Grounds (was George Gould Estate) – 1908 and later; George Gould Estate; Home of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. (1839-1937); Boathouse; YMCA 1913; Pine Park; “Chateau”, Madison Ave.; horse-drawn vehicle; scenes on Lakewood; “Homelands”.
BOX 22/11 LAMBERTVILLE, HUNTERDON COUNTY
Coryell’s Ferry – historic marker; “Washington’s Headquarters” (Coryell’s Ferry); home of NJ State Senator John Lambert; Lambertville Station, rebuilt in 1874; The Lambert House, est. 1812; overall view from the Delaware, 1851; view with bridge which joins New Hope, PA. with Lambertville.
BOX 22/12 LAMINGTON, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Lamington Church and Parsonage, 1906-08; John Honeyman Grave.
BOX 22/13 LANDSDOWN, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Charles Coxe Home, built 1735; Col. Charles Stewart, c.1750’s.
BOX 23/1 LAVALLETTE, OCEAN COUNTY:
Boat races; Scene along the Boardwalk and Beach; Seining in the Bay; Ocean Front View; Bay Bathing Beach.
BOX 23/2 LAUREL SPRINGS, CAMDEN COUNTY:
Whitman-Stafford House c. 1785.
BOX 23/3 LAYTON, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Main Street; The Inn at Layton.
BOX 23/4 LEBANON:
Felmly Farm; Residence of A.B. Rittenhouse; Easton Ave.; Methodist Church; Dutch Reformed Church; Schoolhouse; Railroad Station; view from Knox’s Hill; Rockaway Creek; “Vue de Lebanon” – drwg. by Charlotte Bonaparte.
BOX 23/5 LEDGEWOOD, MORRIS COUNTY
Saltbox house, Main St.; scene (water, road, trees).
BOX 23/6 LEONARDO, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
The old Leonard house; Leonardo High School; Old Conover Light.
BOX 23/7 LEONIA, BERGEN COUNTY:
Leonia High School; Vreeland House.
BOX 23/8 LINCOLN PARK, MORRIS COUNTY:
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (int. and under construcion).
BOX 23/9 LINCROFT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Brookdale Training stables.
BOX 23/10 LINDEN, UNION COUNTY:
Esso Research Center; Bayway refinery; Morey LaRue Laundry; Service Station in NJ in early 1920’s.
BOX 23/11-13 LITTLE FALLS, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Little Falls on Passaic River; Union Ave., Bridge; Passaic River and Arch Bridge; “The Passaic, below Little Falls” – copy of engraving; Beattie and Co.’s Carpet Mills; along the Morris Canal; Washington’s Lookout – Great Notch; scene at Great Notch; Houses in Great Notch; Church of Our Lady of the Holy Angels; Panoramic View – Paterson, Little Falls, etc.; Morris Canal.. Also old mill on Browerstown road, 1966.
BOX 23/14 LIVINGSTON, ESSEX COUNTY:
Old Canoe Brook Baptist Church; Northfield Baptist Church; St. Philomena’s R.C. Church; St. Raphael’s Railroad Church; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; Livingston Methodist Church; Temple Beth Shalom; Baldwin Family Burial Plot; Washington Place School; Squiretown School; Livingston High School; Library (int.); West Essex Gen. Hospital; St. Barnabas Medical Center; Livingston Lodge; Volunteers who collected scrap – WW2; Chicken House; Blacksmith Shop c. 1905; Nettie Ochs Cider Mill; A.W. Harrison General Store and P.O.; Old West Essex News; Allstate Bldg., formerly Harrison Gen. Store; Livingston Mall and Shopping Center; DeCamp Home – built 1920; Ely Summer Home – 1905 (built 1811); J.J. Spur Home, later J. Collins Home; Force House; girl scouts at Force House; War Memorial and former Town Hall; Canoe Brook; street scenes; West Hobart Gap Rd. – photo 1900. OS.
BOX 23/14A LIVINGSTON, ESSEX COUNTY: Dell Publishing; Sutton Executive Center.
BOX 23/15 LOCH ARBOR, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Loch Arbour Bathing Beach and Miniature Golf Course; Edgemont Drive along Deal Lake; Bellevue Apartments.
BOX 23/16 LONG BEACH ISLAND, OCEAN COUNTY:
Traffic Circle, Entrance to Long Beach Island; Long Beach Island.
BOX 23/17-19 LONG BRANCH, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Bathing scenes; Geo. W. Childs Cottage; G.W. Evens Cottage; Hayward’s Cottage; Lawrence Boarding House; souvenir of Long Branch; “Long Branch, NJ” by Winslow Homer; our watering places; views of Ocean Hotel, etc.; “On the Beach at Long Branch”, 1880; “The New Pier at Long Branch”; “Laird’s Mansion House”, 1863; “the Bathing Hour” 1872; Star of the Sea Academy; beach scene with people 1907; surf scene 1912; Shadow Lawn (int.) 1916; New Atlantic Hotel, 1937; the Hollywood; Ocean Ave. with cars; Public Library; Norwood Country Club; Steamer Amerique – stranded 1/7/1877; Steamer Rusland – stranded 3/18/1877; San Alfonso Retreat House, West End (1970’s). Mattie Edwards Hewitt photographs. OS.
BOX 23/20 LONG VALLEY, MORRIS COUNTY:
(Formerly German Valley) Ruins of old Stone Church, built 1774, “German Valley”; Main St.; bird’s-eye view.
BOX 23/21 LONGPORT, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Borough Hall; aerial view.
BOX 23/22 LYNDHURST, BERGEN COUNTY (FORMERLY KINGSLAND and BARBADOES):
The Old Kingsland Homestead; Kingsland Manor, built in 1690 (and family burial ground); Depot; Stuyvesant Public School; Public School; New Barbedoes Neck Primary School; Presbyterian Church; Rutherford Ave. Bridge; Monument to War Dead; cannon from WW1; Winslow Motor Motel. OS.
BOX 23/23 LYONS, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Administration Building, Veterans Administration Facility; RR Station.
New Jersey Places: M
BOX 24/1 “M” MISCELLANEOUS
Mickleton, Minisink, Montville, Medford Lakes, Manville, Middlebrook, Merchantville, Marshallville, Middle Forge, Mt. Royal, Mt. Laurel, Medford, Manalafan, and McKinney’s Ferry.
BOX 24/2-3 MADISON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Anthony Wayne Headquarters (G.Washington also stopped here); historic marker for Old Sayre House – built 1745; Lewis Carter House; Madison House where Lafayette slept; house occpied by Anthony Wayne – 1771-72; view of Madison, 1844; James Park (1907,1918); Bottle Hill Tavern; Ridgedale Inn; street scenes; Sassafras Tree, Noe Ave.; Old Oak tree, Prospect St. (tradition says Washington tied his horse to this tree); St. Vincent the Martyr; St. Vincent Church; Madison High School; Drew, Theological Seminary; Hartley Dodge Memorial Bldg.; Madison Golf Club, 1906; U.S. Post Office; D.L. &W. Railroad Station, 1910; Madison Center; Colin S. McKinney Garden, published April 1929; Doris Klein and Alice Goodwin at Flower show; Klein House, Shunpike; E.A. Aldrich House and Gardens, 58 Hillside Ave.; Hillas House; J.M. Kane House, Shunpike (incl. pool and interiors); unidentified house and garden; double window display by DAR. OS.
BOX 24/4 MAHWAH, BERGEN COUNTY:
historic marker – Washington here 1777 and 1780; American Brake Shoe Foundry (and workers); The Mark Restaurant; VanHorn House c. 1740; Revolutionary Soldiers Monument; Winter’s Pond; Railroad Station.
BOX 24/5 MANASQUAN, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Beach scenes (bungalows and boardwalk); beach with automobiles (1915); boardwalk (1932); the beach (1911); surf fishing (1931); Manasquan River and Inlet with boats; beach and boardwalk (1931); Coast Guard (1940); U.S. Life Saving Station; Main St.; High School (1957); Osborn Hotel (1907). OS.
BOX 24/6 MANNINGTON, SALEM COUNTY: Milestone in Mannington Township; Pledger Houe; Jacob Fox House.
BOX 24/7 MANTOLOKING, OCEAN COUNTY:
Mantoloking Bridge; dock and boats; sailboats; surf fishing. “Invermay” stranded April 11, 1915; C.D. Littledale House (int.).
BOX 24/8 MANUNKA CHUNK, WARREN COUNTY:
Erie R.R. locomotive, 1961.
BOX 24/9-10 MAPLEWOOD, ESSEX COUNTY:
Enoch Ball Old Stone House – built 1743; Timothy Ball House, also known as Washington Inn (was Old Stone House – renovated 1918-1920); Old Stone House – adjacent to D.L. & W. tracks – built 1743 – owned by Frank F. Durand; view of Dr. B. Ranson’s House, Barker St. and Maplewood Ave. c. 1915; Old House, 103 Parker Ave. – built 1770-75; Moses Hand House, Valley St. and Tuscan Rd. c.1800; Pierson’s Pond – 1906; Pierson’s Mill and Homestead; Residences on Clinton Ave., 1921; The Old Marrow Methodist Church, 1921; Hilton Christian Church; 1924 Autocar Oil truck – “retired”; Maplewood Field Club c. 1910 (predessessor to country club); Maplewood Country Club; children in a play; Public School; Fielding Public School; Columbia High School; Memorial Library; Township Hall, 1904; Municipal Bldg.; Timothy Ball House, 1743; Contemporary Home, 1968; Home of Mr. and Mrs. George Black, 1767; Home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Gallenter, 1966; The Brick School House, 1831, home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Brotwan; Home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Sophin, 1929; The Little House, c. 1800, home of Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Sickley; home of Mrs. James S. Weaver, 1932; Residence of John Heller; residence of J.H. Lang; Interiors of A.H. Rachlin House; Memorail Park, rustic bridge; Ward Homestead; The Helene Baebi Art Shop; 1st Railroad Station – Morris and Essex Railroad, 1860; Erie- Lackawanna R.R. Station; Street Car, 1905; NJ Tercentenary Historymobile, June 17, 1964; Maplewood Historical Quilt, 1976; First Fire Engine, 1913; Orange Scree Co. now Hammond Maps Co.; H. Boker and Co. Inc. of NJ; Mennier Packing Co.
BOX 24/11 MARGATE CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Lucy the Elephant; History of the Elephant House; Margate elephant, 1882.
BOX 24/12 MARLBORO, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Brick Church, Oldest Reformed Church in Monmouth Co.; Presbyterian Historical Monument; map of vicinity (Marlboro, Tennent, and Freehold).
BOX 24/13 MARTINSVILLE, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Hill of Martinsville, near Bound Brook; Chimney Rock; Old Tavern at Chimeny Rock used as Sunday School before chapel was built; Chimney Rock Chapel (1893,95,97,98); Washington’s Headquarters, with Fort on Bolmer Farm; Washington’s Camp on the Middlebrook.
BOX 24/14 MATAWAN, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Home of Philip Freneau, patriot and poet; Locust Grove at Magnolia Farm where Freneau is buried; grave of Philip Freneau and mother, Agnes; Matawan Creek from Old Homestead Hotel; Borough Line Bridge; The Meadow; Episcopal Church; 1st Presbyterian Church; Library, 1923; National Bank; Buttonwood Manor on Lake Lefferts; Glenwood Collegiate Institute, 1872. OS.
BOX 24/15 MAURICETOWN, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Historic marker – revolutionary skirmish, 1781; bridge over Maurice River – constructed 1888; Southern NJ Schooner – painted by Harry R/ Stites (built on Maurice River between 1830-1900); Mariners’ Memorail Window – Methodist Church.
BOX 24/16 MAY’S LANDING, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
“Pennington Place” (1st Atlantic Co. Court House); Presbyterian Church – cornerstone laid April 1841; Lake Lenape Hotel; American Hotel. OS.
BOX 24/17 MCAFEE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
BOX 25/1 MENDHAM, MORRIS COUNTY:
View south from Mendham; weeping willows; Buttermilk Falls; Weddel’s Pond and Mill, Washington Corner – SE part of Mendham; 1st Presbyterian Church; (Hilltop Church); 2nd Presbyterian Church ( erected 1860 – demolished 1900); the organ of 2nd. Presbyterian Church (1859-1904); St. Joseph’s Church (1st church built in Mendham ) c.1853; St.Mark’s Church; Mallinckrodt Convent – also Sisters of Christian Charity – Motherhouse and Noviate; Post Office, 1907; Ralston General Store (Historical Assoc.); NJ & P. Railroad Station – 1907; “The Clearing”, Drake farm; Black Horse Inn; Phoenix House over a hundred years old in 1910; Charcoal pit; High School class (taken 1927); Tempe Wick House (pen and ink drawing by Herb. Fisher); calendar of the Mendhams; homes in Mendham; contry estate – house and lodgings; Ladd Estate (realtor’s ad); Kilkenny farm (realtor’s ad); Greenhouse – Washinton Estate ; David Thompson House – Fireplace, 1770. OS.
BOX 25/2 MENLO PARK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Edison Memorial Tower; Edison Monument and roadside marker; Thomas Alva Edison Monument – dedicated 1925; Edison Laboratory “The Birth of a Great Invention”; Edison Lamp Works, 1880 (with workers); NJ home for Disabled Veterans). OS.
BOX 25/3 METUCHEN, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Historic marker; Amboy Rd. , 1908; Dutch reformed Church; St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 1868.
BOX 25/4 MIDDLEBUSH, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Dutch Reformed church – erected 1834; burned 1917; painting in honor of NJ’s Tercentenary, 1964. OS.
BOX 25/5 MIDDLESEX, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Harris Lane Schoolhouse, Winter 1903.
BOX 25/6 MIDDLETOWN: MONMOUTH COUNTY (& elsewhere)
Marlpit Hall, built c.1684; Richard Hartshorne’s Home c. 1702; Typical House of Revolutionary Period; Old TaylorHouse; one of Taylor residences; historic marker; oldest Baptist Church in NJ; Christ Church – founded 1702; Library; Howard Johnson Motor Lodge; “Plucky Penelope” 17th century settler.
BOX 25/7 MIDDLEVILLE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
The Forebay, Swartswood Lake.
BOX 25/8 MIDLAND PARK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Wortendyke Manufacturing Co.
BOX 25/9 MIDVALE, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Old Furnace – Ryerson Forge built 1731 or 38.
BOX 25/10 MILFORD, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Christian Church built 1870; Volendam Windmill Museum; Delaware River Bridge – wooden covered , 1841 – steel, 1933; Bridge St.
BOX 25/11-12 MILLBURN, ESSEX COUNTY:
Home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Senior; Hemlock Falls – South Mountain Reservation 1890; views of South Mountain Reservation; Brookside Rd.; Orange Waterworks anmd Pumping Station at Campbell’s Pond (BassPond) – So. Mt. Reserv.; East Branch of Rahway River; Thistle Millford, north of Campbell’s Pump; Quarry; Parkhurst – Condit – diamond Paper Mill; street scenes; Millburn Hotel; neighborhood house with Visiting Nurse’s Car; Railroad Station; Washington School, now Millburn Ave. School; Horse drawn fire truck; Firemen’s sons on parade 1907; Douglas Bldg. with people at semi-centennial celebration, 1907; the Millburn Electric Co.; children playing in hay and wagon – East Orange Reservation at White Oak Ridge; Reeve House; U.S. post office; Paper Mill Playhouse ; Diamond Mill Pond; Old Hessian House (Smith House); house, garden, 314 Glen Ave. , 1929; Millburn Recreation Center – now Short Hill Caterers; Construction of Millburn High School; Lightning Electric Co.; girl scouts at Paper Mill Playhouse. OS.
BOX 25/13 MILLINGTON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Railroad Depot; Bridge near Millington – 1880’s ; Carlton Residence – interiors and gardens.
BOX 25/14 MILLSTONE, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Home of Rutgers College in 1780; historic marker 1777; Washington’s Headquarter’s. Van Doren Place 1895; The John Van Doren House – pen and ink drwg. – Herb. Fisher; Gen. Fred Frelinghuysen Grave 1897; Dutch Reformed Church; Parsonage of Dutch Reformed Church; Old Millstone Forge.
BOX 25/15 MILLVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
First Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915; Tumbling Dam; Maurice River – boat buinding , 1929; The Holly City of America; Wheaton Village – restoration; Wheaton Village – historical conference -; Birthplace of American Glass (Tel. news).
BOX 25/16 MONMOUTH BEACH, MONMOUTH COUNTY: Moonlight Scene; Monmouth Beach Club; Ocean Avenue showing US Coast Guard.
BOX 25/17 MONMOUTH COUNTY: The Monmouth County Quilt; Harvesting Grain; OS
BOX 25/18 MONROEVILLE, SALEM COUNTY:
BOX 25/19 MONTAGUE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Rock view house; Ennis house, 1751.
BOX 25A/ 1-5 MONTCLAIR, ESSEX COUNTY:
Bird’s – eye view; street scenes; Anderson park; Essex Co. Park, Upper Montclair; Erwin Park Golf Grounds; Edgemont Memorial Park; Presby Memorial Iris Gardens (est. 1927); Church of the Immaculate Conception (built 1892); 1st Congregational Church; Trinity Presby. Church; Unitarian Church; St. Luke’s Church; St. James’ Church; Montclair Public School; Watchung Public School; Montclair High School; New High School Bldg.; Montclair High School Amphitheatre; Military Academy, hoisting Old Glory; NJ State Normal School; State Teachers College; Old Stone Quarry; Athletic Field Project, Teachers College; Carnegie Free Public Library; Montclair Free Public Library; Montclain Art Museum; P.O.; Shopping Area; Old 1st Presbyterian Church; Town Hall; Erie Station; Lackawanna Station; D.L.& W. Railroad Station (1st Station before 1913); panoramic view from center to mountain top; WW1 monument; Wedgewood Cafeteria; Crane’s Pond c. 1888, East Pond. the Jaws Bridge with waterfall; Historic Rock; Historic Marker Cranetown; Claridge Theater; Ramapo Hills Sanitoruium.
Houses and Clubs: William Crane House with horses, 1804, historic rock marking sight of Wm. Crane House; Israel Crane House, 169 Glen Ridge Ave. (built 1796); Samuel Wilde House, 1864; Mountain House, 1907; Hotel Montclair; Home of Wm. B. Dickinson, founder of the Montclair Art Museum; Edward G. Burgess Home (1913); S.A. Perrine Home; Eagle Rock, Casino, etc. from Dixon Resdience, 1912; James W. Sanders Home; Eric Muelberger Home; unidentified interiors; Women’s Club of Upper Montclair; Marlboro Inn; Haddon Hall Apt. House.
People and Engravings: Early history, houses, churches, etc. – engravings by Rowland C. Ellis; Montclair School Class c.1880; dedication of Vreeland Memorial – Mt. Hebron Cemetary- 1901; Montclair High School – May Pole Dance; Montclair Sketch Club; Montclair Girls’ Club; Montclair Normal School Greek Festival Play; Montclair Women Arrange Tsuda College Benefit; Montclair Dramatic Club Plays; Girl Scouts at Crane House; The Misses Clapp (operators of Ramapo Hills Sanitoriurm). OS.
BOX 25A/6 MOORESTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Old milepost; Friends’ Meetinghouse; Lutheran Home – founded 1974; RCA’s radio RCA Plant; H. Colgate House and Garden; Flugel (?) – porch and grounds; Reuben Matlack Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shop, 1786. OS.
BOX 25A/7 MORRIS COUNTY: Keuffel and Esser Building.
BOX 25A/8-11 & 26/1-2. MORRIS CANAL
Scenes along the Morris Canal from Jersey City & Newark to Morristown and Warren County. Some photograph by F.N. Lord, William F. Cone and others. OS.
BOX 26/3 MORRIS PLAINS, MORRIS COUNTY:
Park scene; residence; St. Vergilius Church; Garrigus House and garden; State Hospital for the Insane; NJ State Hospital – Greystone Park.
BOX 26/4-9 & 26A/1-3 MORRISTOWN, MORRIS COUNTY
BOX 26/4-5 MORRISTOWN (Public Bldgs.) #1
County Court House; Court Room; picturesque views; Municipal Bldg. and Vail Museum; P.O.; Lackawanna Railroad Station and Tracks; Library and Lyceum (burned – wall used for Armory); Armory; New Library; The Carteret Bldg.; Maple Ave. School; High School; Bayley Catholic School; Miss Dana’s School for Young Ladies; Morristown School for boys; Washington School; YMCA; The First Old St. Peter’s Church and Rectory, 1828; St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; Statue of St. Peter at doorway of St. peter’s Church with woman standing nearby c. 1900; Rood Screen; St. Peter’s Church; Trinity P.E. Church; South St. Church; Church of the Redeemer; Methodist Episcopal Church; Old Baptist Church; Baptist Church; First Presbyterian Church; Gravestone – Rev. Timothy Johnes, D.D. Pastor; Old Pres. Church Steeple – erected 1791, on grounds of Washington’s headquarters; First Presbyterian Church, 1738;Church of the Assumption; St. Margaret’s Church (R.C.); All Souls Hospital – formerly Arnold’s tavern; Memorial Hospital, and Nurses Home; Morris Co. Children’s Home; National Iron Bank; Morristown Trust Co.; Morristown Telephone Bldg.; lintkote Co., Ridgedale Ave.; NJ State Hospital; State Asylum for the insane.
BOX 26/ 6-7 MORRISTOWN: (General and Historic) #2
The Arnold Tavern, 1777; Stores (formerly Arnold Tavern); Norris Tavern (Arnold tried for reason); PA Regiments – General Wayne; old views of Morrisown; Morristown National Historic Park; Speedwell Iron Works, est 1802 (Morse telegraph experiments – 1838); Speewell Iron Works – Foundry Ruins; Speedwell Bridge, and Iron Works – 1872; Speedwell Dam near Iron Works; The Vail Factory – Wheel house; Old Mills; First Locomotive on M. & E. Railroad, 1838; Historic Morristown with Morse and Vail; Alfred Vail Monument; fragmentof stone showing shield; Speedwell Ave., 1850; farmyard scene, 1906; the Green – 1910; Morristown’s First Fire Engine, purchased 1836; Pocahontas Lake, 1916; Burnham Park Lake; Mills Ice Pond; view from Fort Nonsense; note from Dr. Owen; Bank St., 1910; Old Trolley Overpass, Normandy Park; Morristown Auto Laundry, 1925; Thomas Paine Memorial Celebration, July 4, 1950; Exhibits at Flower Show in Armory; Vegetable exhibit at Flower Show in Armory.
BOX 26/8-9 MORRISTOWN: (Street scenes, Inns, Houses) #3
The Green and Soldiers’ Monument; Gillespie’s Tower; Old U.S. Hotel; Morris Co. Golf Club, 1909; Whippany River Club House; Field Club and Tennis Courts; Morristown Inn, 1916; The Elms; Mansion House; The Old Turnpike Inn; The Wedgewood Inn (was Old Turnpike Inn); a colonial residence; resdence of Richard A. McCurdy; Henry E. Niese; J.O.H. Pitney; Gen. Doty (Dougherty) House; Dr. Jabez Campfield Home; Schuyler Hamilton House (DAR); Morristown Ghost House; Guerin House (Jockey Hollow Rd.); Old Mill House (Mendham Rd.); Kemble Homestead (headquarters of Gen. “Mad” Anthony Wayne); house built for Parson Timothy Johanes; Rev. Dr. Timothy Johnes Parsonage – used as hospital during revolutionary war – now site of Memorial Hospital; MacCulloch Hall; residence of George MacCulloch Miller; Acorn Hall (Morris Co. Historical Society); residence of Alfred Vail; residence of Judge Stephen Vail; Residence of B.F. Evens, Esq.; Willaim Compton Homestead; Wood Mansion ; P.H.B. Frelinghuysen Resdience; Leland Ross Residence; Vanderpool Residence; Morristown House.
BOX 26A/1-2 MORRISTOWN: (Washington’s Headquarter’s. Ford Mansion) #4
Washington’s Headquarters – historic marker, statue of Gen. George Washington; Washington greeting Lafayette at Ford mansion; George Washington by Gilbert Stewart; garden path; historical ivy planted by Washington; Old Revolutionary cannons; int. views; Washington’s hdqr. with dormer windows, also after restoration; Historical Museum at rear of Ford Mansion; The Armory at Washington’s headquarters; Continental Army Cannon; National Historical Park.
BOX 26A/3 MORRISTOWN: (Wick House and Jockey Hollow) #5
Tempe Wick house – built c. 1750; Jockey Hollow historic marker; Mutiny of the Pennsylvania line (Jan 1, 1781); views of camp sites; reconstructer Continental Army Officers’ Hut and Soldiers’ Hut; woodcut illustrations of Army Hospital plans; reconstructed Army Hospital Hut; Army burying ground on Wick House Road.; The Bettin oak and Grave of Capt. Adam Bettin; Leddell’s Mill and Mill Dam in Jockey Hollow; Jockey Hollow Reservation; Fort “Nonsense” (built as a retreat in case of necessity); re-enactment of Continental Army at Jockey Hollow. OS.
BOX 27/1 MOUNT ARLNGTON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Alamac on Lake Hopatcong; Rocklawn Lodge (near Lake Hopatcong); Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church.
BOX 27/2 MOUNT BETHEL, SOMERSET COUNTY:
King George Inn.
BOX 27/3-4 MOUNT HOLLY, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Historic marker; tombstones; white oak; The Old School House (Brainard School); Burlington Co. Free library: Home of John Woolman (Memorial); The Old Mill; Burlington Co. Court House; Cannon in Courthouse yard; Burlington Co. Prison; “Peachfields” 1725; home of Stephen Girard 1776-79; residence on Mill St.; Friends Meeting House; the Wigwan; Mill St. – Fountain In Square; Ridgeway St., Main St. Store, corner of Murray and High Streets; New Washington House, High and Water Streets; Mount Holly Theatre. OS.
BOX 27/5 MOUNT TABOR, MORRIS COUNTY:
Part of circle; Free Public library; The tabernacle; Mt. Tabor from Tabor Heights; entrance, Pleasant Park, street scene; the Bunker.
BOX 27/6 MOUNTAIN LAKES, UNION COUNTY:
BOX 27/7 MOUNTAINSIDE, UNION COUNTY:
Public School; Borough Hall; Orphan’s Home; The Junction; Surprise Lake; Drive to echo Lake Park; Water Wheel (undershot type), Efho Lake; Community Presby. Church; Orphans’ Church and School, children working in garden; Orphans’ Memorial home.
BOX 27/8 MOUNTAIN VIEW, PASSAIC COUNTY
BOX 27/9 MOUNTAINVILLE, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
“Corner Hole” 1906; residence of J.C. Farley 1906; Farley’s Store 1908; road – looking west 1910.
BOX 27/10 MULLICA HILLS, GLOUCESTER COUNTY:
Road washed out.
BOX 27/11 MURRAY GROVE, OCEAN COUNTY:
New Jersey Places: N
BOX 27/12 “N” MISCELLANEOUS
North Branch, New Village (Edison Cement Works), Normonock Inn, Neptune, North Stelton-Middlesex County, Northfield.
BOX 27/13 NAVESINK RIVER, MONMOUTH COUNTY: (See Highlands for Light)
BOX 27/14 NESHANIC, SOMERSET COUNTY:
“Shadow Lawn” Neshanic Station; Wood’s Tavern; Neshanic Dutch Reformed Church; Old Sheds – Neshanic Church.
BOX 27/15 NETCONG, MORRIS COUNTY (SEE STANHOPE):
Main St.; Railroad Station; St,. Michael’s Church; The Stanhope-Netcong Methodist Church; Lake Musconetcong; Morris Canasl Lock; Business Section.
BOX 27/16 NEW BRIDGE, BERGEN COUNTY: (North Hackensack)
Von Steuben House, and bridge; Ruins of Zabriskie Mill.
BOX 27/17-20 NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Washington’s route – historic marker; County Court House and Maine Monument; County Record Bldg.; P.O.; N.J. Turnpike Authority Admin. Bldg.; Washington School; Livingston Ave. High School, 1905; Carnegie Public Library, 1903; Christ Church; First Presbyterian Church; First Dutch Reformed Church with pews; Soldiers’ Monument and M.E. Church; St. Peter’s R.C. Church; St. Peter’s hospital; Old Vanderbilt Hotel; Henry Moses Guest House; The Mansion House; Buccleuch Mansion (int.); barn with bullet holes (near Buccleuch Mansion); James Bishop House, 1852; Walter Dunn House; Gardner A. Sage Library, 1875; Factory District; Emily Smith House (1870-80); George St.; Church St.; street after snow storm; beginning of Delaware and Raritan Canal; Delaware and Raritan Canal; Albany St. Bridge and Boat House; The Creek, Weston’s Mill; Penn. R.R. Bridge by moonlight; New Brunswick tires – advertisement; Ravine Bridge, NJC (Douglas College); Historic exhibit of antiques, 10/30; K.K.K.; bill for furniture, 1917; Constitutional Convention – State of NJ; views; the mother Church; Reformed Dutch Church; Masonic Temple; Architects drwg. for Masonic Hall; Bell Tavern; Hillyer’s Store, 1802; footbridge over canal; view in Brunswick , NJ c.1796; World War Monument; Smith House.
Rutgers University: entrance gate; chapel and library; Winants Hall; dormitory; Old Queens Bldg.; air view of campus; Class of 1914; Class of 1914 – 45th reunion; Calendars 1925 thru 1929- asst. views; panoramic sketch on 150th anniv.; gymnasium and armory bldg.; unidentified pictures of students; reunion of team and reenactment of first football game in 1869 – also plaque and gym. – April 1978. OS.
BOX 28/1 NEW EGYPT, OCEAN COUNTY:
The Colonial House.
BOX 28/2 NEW HAMPTON, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
General Store (int.)
BOX 28/3 NEW JERSEY:
BOX 28/4 NEW MARKET:
“Quibbletown” hist. marker; H.M.S. “New Market”; N.M. Pond and Dam; Dluicau Phyte House.
BOX 28/5 NEW MILFORD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Jacobus Demarest House; Hackensack River and Erie Railroad Station; Samil Demarest House; Demarest – Gurd House c. 1681,1765.
BOX 28/6 NEW PROVIDENCE, UNION COUNTY:
Coach crossing bridge; Railroad Station; Murray Hill Sq.; Airco (int.)
BOX 28/7 NEW VERNON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Warren Kinney Residence, 1932.
BOX 28/8 NEWFOUNDLAND, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Clinton Falls; “Brownsides”, 1908; Brown’s Lake; Old Forge at Clinton Reservoir (built before Revolution); J.P. Brown Hotel; Brown’s Foot Bridge; Pequannock River; Oak Ridge Reservior.
BOX 28/9-10 NEWTON, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Moody’s Raids (Revolution) – historic marker; Newton as it looked in 1860; bird’s -eye view, 1907; Newton Slate Quarry, 1913; Drake’s Pond; Kamp Kiamesha – Kittatinny Mts. , 1922; street scenes; Dennis Library, Main St.; The Fountain, Main St.; the Park and Soldier’s Monument; Park Block (bldg.); Court House; County Clerk’s and Surrogate’s Offices; First M.E. Church and Newton Furniture Emporium; Methodist Church and Hall of Records; Baptist Church, 1906-07; Christ Episcopal Church; First Presbyterian Church; St. Joseph’s R.C. Church; Public School, 1910; High School; Newton Academy; The Hill Memorial, Historical Society Bldg. 1919; Newton Hospital; Merriam Home; Sussex Hotel; Cochran House; D.L.& W. Depot; Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Station; Valentine and Bentley Silk Mills, 1929; Bentley Residence; Miss Stewart’s Colonial Residence; The H.W. Merriam Shoe Co.; Merriam Home; Home of Judge and Mrs. Henry T. Kays; “Rockmor” Morley Residence; “Fieldstone” residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Webel; house now on Main St.; scenes along country roads; greetings from Newton; comic cards on leather; school children.
BOX 28/11 NORMANDY BEACH, OCEAN COUNTY:
Barnegat Bay Beach; beach and surf.
BOX 28/12 NORTH ARLINGTON, BERGEN COUNTY:
Ruins of gate houses at 200-year-old entrance to Washington’s Headquarters; Schuyler Copper Mines; entrance to Victoria Shaft, Schyler Mine; C & J. Glass Store.
BOX 28/13 NORTH BERGEN, HUDSON COUNTY:
Castle Falkenstein on the Rhine – model for home of Louis and Cecilia Becker, 1853-1903; “Falkenstein” – Becker Castle – Home of Louis Becker; int. of “Falkenstein”; Rissotti Lithograph Corporation; photo of receipt from James L. Morgan’s Co. OS.
BOX 28/14 NORTH CALDWELL, ESSEX COUNTY:
Howard Savings Bank.
BOX 28/15 NORTH PLAINFIELD, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Hudson Lake; Rockview Ave.; Hyde’s Lodge; Thorp’s Antique Shoppe (window); 4th of July Parade – D.A.R. entry.
BOX 28/16 NORTHVALE: Aerial view; Xerox Corporation, Manufacturing and Office Building.
BOX 28/17 NORTON, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Main St. looking toward M.E. Church; Methodist Episcopal Church, built 1828; Methodist Parsonage.
BOX 28/18 NORWOOD, BERGEN COUNTY:
“Old Stone House” built 1719; William de Clerque House and outbuildings, c.1800-05.
BOX 28/19 NUTLEY, ESSEX COUNTY:
Kingsland Homestead, built 1704; Vreeland House, built 1700-1702 (later Woman’s Club); Capt. Abram Speer House; Yantacaw River , 1909; Third River, Yanticaw Park; Town Hall, 1953 – built 1828; New Methodist Episcopal Church; Nutley Museum of the Nutley Historical Society; Fortnightly Club (1906); Nutley Park, 1912; Bank of Nutley (10/27/15); Avondale Bridge; St. Mary’s R.C. Church School and Auditorium; The Bradbury – Van Riper House (pen and ink drwg. by Herb. Fisher.
New Jersey Places: O
BOX 29/1 “O” MISCELLANEOUS:
Old Bridge, Old Tappen, Ocean Beach, Ocean Gate, and Old Mine Road.
BOX 29/2 OAK RIDGE:
scenes; Lake Swannanoa; Oak Ridge Reservior and Dam, 1890. OS.
BOX 29/3 OAKLAND, BERGEN COUNTY:
Ramapo River (also w/ water from the mountains); Oakland Church (Church of the Ponds); Ramapo Hills Sanitorium, 1909; Page’s Corner, 1937; Ramapo Lodge, 1939-40; The Hanson House (restaurant); Gardens, C.C.Chapman property. OS.
BOX 29/4 OCEAN CITY, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Historic marker – Peck’s beach; bird’s – eye view north along Asbury Ave., First Methodist Episcopal Church; view from the park (incl. Roselawn Villa) 1910; Hotel Biscayne; Flanders Hotel; Normandie on the Sea; Plymouth Inn; MusicPier; Yachting on the Bay; Pier and Steamboat Landing; beach, boardwalk, boats; beach front before and after fire – 10/11/27; Memorial Bridge to Somers Pint; Port-o-call Hotel and Motor Inn.
BOX 29/5 OCEAN COUNTY:
Photos by A. Paul King. OS.
BOX 29/6-9 OCEAN GROVE, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Memorial gate; composite greetings from Ocean grove; bird’s-eye view of Ocean Grove Tent City and Wesley Lake; Tenting Grounds; Tent dwellings; model of Jerusalem; campus; reviewing the Rough Riders Brigade, 1905; Ferry over Wesley Lake; Houses along Wesley Lake; scenes on Fletcher Lake; street scenes; Fountain Park, 1917; Thornley Chapel. built 1889; Young People’s Temple and Bible Study; The great Auditorium; Auditorium and Stokes Monument; Auditorium, 1880 (int. );auditorium showing largest organ in world; “Bathing at Ocean Grove”; “A Bit of Atlantic Surf”; bathing beach and boardwalk with people, hotels, pavillions, casinos, piers, pools, cars, and horse drawn carriages; bathing scenes at Lillagore’s Pavilion with people;”Greetings from Ocean Grove”.
Houses, Bldgs., etc. Ocean Grove Casino; Seaside Hotel – dining room; The Arlington; Pine Tree Inn; G.W. Evans’ Cottage; Hayward’s Cottage; Lawrence Boarding house; Miss Rankin’s Boarding House; Beersheba Well ; Steinbach Co. window display from D.A.R. – Feb. 1930; streets and points of interest. Beach Scenes. Beach and lake scenes with people; Spring Lake with people. OS.
BOX 29/10 OCEANPORT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Monmouth Park – entrance to grandstand; racing at Monmouth Park; “Tide Rips”, 1948 winter; unidentified race horse at Monmouth Park; the Hurdle Race (earlier track); racing at Monmouth Park; NJHS Women’s Branch day at Races; Oceanport showing racetracks, 1870, 1890, and modern. OS.
BOX 29/11 OGDENSBURG, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Hawthorne Park; brick bldg., built 1821; Stirling Hill Mine. OS.
BOX 29/12 OLDWICK, HUNTERDON COUNTY: (New Germantown until 1917)
Cemetery and sign post; unidentified stone bldg.; old barn; houses; contry scene with bridge and stream; High St. – New germantown; Tewksbury Inn; Boies Residence; unidentified houses; Henry Miller House (Boies House ); Beavers House; Zion Lutheran Church; M.E. Church; unidentified church; cornerstone (?) 1900; Barnet Hall Academy – 3 bldgs. (1807,1853, 1902); north view of New Germantown.
BOX 29/13 ORADELL, BERGEN COUNTY:
Hackensack River; School (2/1/16); Bergen Co. Isolation Hospital; The Latch String.
BOXES 29A/1-4, 30/1-7 & 30A/1-2 ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY
BOX 29A/1-3 ORANGE: (Churches) #1
N. Orange Baptist Church; “Moonlight” – silhouette of St. John’s Church; St. John’s Church (R.C.) – also with Columbia School and rectory; Cornerstone laying, St. John’s Parochial School; Columbus Hall (St. John’s Parish School); First Church of Christ, Scientist; Orange Valley Congregational Church; All Saints’ Church (Episcopal); Grace Church and Parish House; Congregation leaving Grace Church – Easter; Grace Church (also with Choir); Jewish Temple; Old Methodist – Episcoplal Church – Main St. – destroyed 1904; First M.E. Church, Park ave. and Day St.; breaking ground for First M.E. Church, 1902; Cornerstone laying – with benediction by Bishop Thomas Bowman 10/1/04; Central Presbyt. Church; Hillside Presbyterian Church, 1908; Second Meeting House of First Presbyterian Church ; Pewter Communion service used in Second Meeting House of First Presbyterian Church; First Presbyterian Church, built 1813, dedicated 1928, ; Old Burying Ground (Presbyt. Churchyard w/ dispatch rider); Dedication of Condit family Memorial; Gravestone of Jemima Condict Harrison and plaque by DAR; Old tombstone – Presbyterian Churchyard; 3 members on G.A.R. in car at Old Burying Ground; New Church – Swedenborg Inn; First Unitarian Church (int.).
BOX 29A/4 & 30/1-2 ORANGE: (Schools, Hospitals, Public and Commercial Bldgs.) #2
Orange High School; Carteret Academy; Cleveland Public School; Dearborn-Morgan School; Oakwood Ave. Public School; Stickler Memorial Library; Old Home of Orange Free Public Library (was Old Everett Homestead – 1892); City Hall; P.O. 1904; P.O. 1930; Orange Memorial Hospital ; St. Mary’s Hospital; House of Good Shepard, Henry St., 1916; Training School for Nurses; Orange Orphan Home; Junction of the Lackawanna Railroad and Main St.; Lackawanna Railroad Station; Swimming Bath (Public Bath House); Public Bath House and Ambulance Station, 1907; Ambulance Station; Engine House (firehouse) Forest St.; Music Hall; YMCA (old bldg.) and Grace Episcopal Church; YMCA – new bldg.; Armory, African-American branch, 3rd Batallion; Orange National Bank (erected 1827, torn down 1890); rear of Orange National Bank with Old Bldgs. in foreground; Decker Bldg. with MetLife Insurance Co. Offices; Metropolitan Bldg.; Mutual Trust Co. Bldg.; John W. Lindsley’s Store and Bldg.; Old Commercial Bldgs. and stores; Thomas C. Colt’s Warehouse; Bureau of Associated Charities Bldg.; Orange Chronicle Bldg.,1912; Filter Plant and Pumping Station; The Nite-Kraft Corp. Bldg.; U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty Co. completed bldg. and architect’s construction pictures, 1955-56; National Union Radio Corp.; H.S. Willaims Carriage Mnfg. Bldg., c.1910; Orange Curb Market, Main St..
BOX 30/3-4 ORANGE: (Old houses; hotels, and gardens) #3
Harrison Homestead, built 1723; Harrison Homestead, built 1798, torn down 1902; Dr. John Conduit Homestead – surgeon in Revolution; Mrs. Abbey Conduit – Smith House – daughter of Dr. J. Conduit; 19 Baldwin St.; Abner Baldwin House; The Old Matthews’ House – father of Capt. Ambrose M. Matthews; The Everett Homestead – occupied by Free Public Library before 1900; The Old Williams’ Homestead – built 1813, Dodd and Washington St. ; The Old Williams’ House, Center and Washington Sts.; Old Mill at The Old Williams’ House; Thomas Williams’ Grist Mill, built c.1780, abandoned c.1880; The Bishop Whittingham House; Mrs. C.N. Enslin’s House ; old houses on Main St., formerly L.F.Fells; John W. Lindsley Houses; Old White House – Park St. – occupied by Conway 1907; Old White House – 33 Main St. – next to D.A. VanHorn; Old Brownstone House – built 1849; Old house of Miss Mary E. Ward – private school; Old Root Homestead w/Miss Elizabeth Carter; Old Robinson Homestead; Dr. Thomas W. Harvey House – was Old Dr. Pierson House; Old John Nichol House; old house (Rev. David C. Irving); Dr. J.H. Bradshaw’s House w/hollyhocks and Jack (son?) standing at side of path; residence of Michael Winter; Rev. Asa Hillyer Parsonage, c.1817; Old Park Hotel; Windsor Hotel; unidentified garden; Estate of W.B. Reilly; Estate of N.B. Hersloff.
BOX 30/5-6 ORANGE: (views, street scenes, parades) #4
Historic marker – Cornwallis Army; bird’s-eye views; overshot wheel near Water Works; Crystal Lake; boating on Crystal Lake; scenes around Orange; Common and Soldiers’ Monument – 1904 and later; Cannon and Boulder on common; street scenes – 1905 and later; The Dispatch Rider – incl. the unveiling ceremony; plaque on base of dispatch rider statue; “Centennial of the Oranges” – Parade 6/14/1907; other scenes during Centennial Year (1907); Centennial Decorations; school parade; Orange High School cornerstone laying – Parade of Masons on Main St.; Decoration Day Parade; Orange Charter Celebration – 50th Anniv.; Circus Parade on Main St.; Concert on the Common – 1908; Concert on the Common – July 5, 1909.
BOX 30/7 ORANGE: (parks and people) #5
Orange Park; baseball and football on Orange Oval; Orange Park – before and after improvement; Hydragnea – Orange Park – 9/11/1904; Orange Lawn Tennis Club – Harper’s Weekly – 1886; Tobogganing at Orange, NJ; Infantry- Oct. 8, 1896; African-American Branch YMCA Bible Class led by Mr. Plume – Decoration Day, 1901; Orange Chapter No. 23 R.A.M., Nov. 1, 1909; Arthur B. Seymour, Mayor, at Old Burying Ground 7/4/10; Dr. Walter B. Dodge and Judge Thomas A. Davis; John Gascoyne and Mayor Arthur B Seymour; Gascoyne with Lilias Mason, Margt. , Mason and others; President Taft at bandstand, 5/25/12; laying of cornerstone – Orange Free Library; Wednesday Lit Club; household workers training School Graduation Class; Dedication of Peace Tree – Military Park -1929; Christmas at Williams Grist Mill – 1856 (greeting card); ladies at Orange Flower Show; Dearborn Morgan School Graduating Class; Beard School – ready for graduation; Orange Dramatic Society Play; Mrs. H. Warren Baker, Regent, Orange Mountain Chapter, DAR, with spearers and flags – 2/24/31; Lucy Stone – born 1818 – Women’s Rights; Greetings from the Oranges. OS.
BOX 30A/1-2 ORANGE: Schaevitz postcards.
BOX 30A/3 OXFORD, WARREN COUNTY:
Historic marker – Old Oxford Furnace and Shippen Manor; Oxford Furnace, built 1742; Shippen House, Railroad Station, ets.; Furnace – Shippen House – Railroad Station; R.R.Station, May 1962; Oxford First Presbyterian Church; Wall St. showing Oxford House; houses; bird’s-eye view of Oxford; Big Rock 1906; Shippen Manor; views of Blast Furnace. OS.
New Jersey Places: P
BOX 31/1 “P” MISCELLANEOUS:
Pine Barrens-Burlington, Packanack, Port Elizabeth-Cumberland Co., Port Colden, Pennsauken, Pennsville, Port Jarvis (NY), Perrineville, Pahaquarry-Warren Co.-OS.
BOX 31/2 PALISADES, BERGEN COUNTY:
The Palisades of the Hudson River; Palisades Amusement Park; scenes on rustic roads; views of Palisades; views along Hendrick Hudson Drive; photos of sketches of the Palisades.
BOX 31/3 PARAMUS, BERGEN COUNTY:
Dutch Reformed Church, built 1735; Paramus Churchyard; Hopper House; Paramus Plains, Camp Grounds in Revolution; ruins of Board Homestead; The Dirck Banta House; The Chimes (restaurant); Jacob C. Zabriskie House, 1826; 25th Anniversary of Bergen Community Museum, 10/3/81.
BOX 31/4 PARK RIDGE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Pascack Church; “Old Wampum Mill”; plans for proposed high and grammar schools’ Wortendyke Bridge c. 1803.
BOX 31/5 PARSIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY:
Historic marker – Beaverwyck ; Presbyterian. Church – also pageants (people in costume); DAR Tableau – 10/7/30; old house; unidentified houses; Home of Sarah “Sally” Hall Doremus (1803-1908); Atlanthus Hall – summer residence of WCH Waddell; The Children’s Home Tavern 1893; Parsippany Hotel; The Harbor Restaurant; exhibit by DAR in store window. OS.
BOX 31/6 PARSIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY: Office Complexes.
BOX 31/7-9 PASSAIC, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Historic marker – Acquackanonk Bridge; Passaic River near site of old Acq. Bridge; house built in 1744 by Dr. John DeVausnee – watercolor; country roads and scenes; the Halmagh Sip House (Herb Fisher pen and ink drawing); Dutch Houses (Rowland C. Ellis wood engraving); Van Wagner Homestead; old house along the Passaci; the Old Homestead – residence of Dr. John M. Howe; home of Jean F. Schieb -1909; First Congregational Church; Old Dutch Reformed Church (later St. Peter and St. Paul National Catholic Church; St. Michael’s Russian Church, Greek Rite; St. Nicholas R.C. Church; Present Dutch Reformed Church, 1901; Old Burial Vault (200 yrs. old); Monument with names of Revolutionary Soldiers; street scenes; City Hall was C. McK. Paulison Mansion 1872; P.O.; Passaic High School, 1913; Public High School; Passaic Club House, 1911; YMCA Bldg.; Erie Railroad Station; General Hospital; Passaic General Hospital; aerial view of Passaic; Main St. showing Erie Railroad Tracks; Dundee Canal (gatehouse and workerrs); Bottany Worsted Mills; Acheson and Harden Handkerchief Mg. Co. ; Botany Worsted Mill c.1926; street scene – workers homes; textile strike 1926-27; firefighting ? c.1926. OS.
BOXES 32-35 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY BOXES 32/1-6 & 33/1-5 & 34/1-7 & 34A/1-4 & 35/1-9
BOXES 32-34/4 PATERSON-PASSAIC FALLS:
Passaic Falls and Bridge; Passaic Falls from Bridge; the divers at Passaic Falls (P.F.); P.F. in winter; the rapids below P.F.; falls at Paterson; P.F.; P.F. and vicinity; gorge below the Great Falls; views of P.F.; Falls of the Passaic River; P.F.- Archibolod Robertson, 1796; P.F. – Milbert c.1815-23; P.F. – J.Hill – from painting by J. Shaw 1829; falls with people in boat and on shore; Passaic Falls with people by Garnier; early days of Passaic Falls – from painting; views of Passaic Falls; P.F. – kodachrome taken April, 1958; S.U.M. Plant near P.F.; Philip Petite walking a tightrope over falls; the Jersey Jumper – Sam Patch, 1827; P.F. – reproduction of picture by Deubre; the Great Falls and text; Falls with Indians; A view on the falls of the Passaic; Poetry – “On the Passaic Falls” 1815. Stereoviews of the Falls and vincinity (approx 100). Also Passaic River Little Falls and High Bridge. OS.
BOX 34/5-5a PATERSON – (industries) #2
Aerial view – Hamilton’s industrial park; J.P. Holland Submarine; silk mills; Ivanhoe Paper Mill; Locomotive built in Paterson; First Steel Railway car – 1860’s – 70’s; Colt’s Gun Factory; Wright Aeronautical Corp.; exhibit -Geodetic Control Survey – WPA; American Locomotive Co. – Rogers and Cooke.
BOXES 34/6-7& 34A/1-3 PATERSON: (views, street scenes; public bldgs.) #3
Aerial views; greetings from Paterson; moonlight on the Passaic; Wagaraw Dam; Old Mill and Pond; Passaic Co.; Dyke along Passaic; Book – Paterson in Pictures; Paterson from garret Mt. ; view of Paterson – photos of a barber and howe; street scenes; City Hall; City Hall after fire – 2/8-/ 1902; Court House; collision of Trolley Cars; P.O., 1910; Public Library, 1908; Paterson General Hospital; St. Joseph’s hospital; YMCA 1909; YWCA 1907; St. John’s Church; St. Paul’s Church; Broadway Baptist Church; Old First Presbyt.; Masonic Temple; Hamilton Club; Erie Railroad Station; Quackenbush andCo., retailers. 1909; Passaic Hotel; street scene – Welcome Lafayette; Main and Congress St. – 1834; flood at River and Bank Sts.; High School; School #18, school #20; Second National Bank; Crfu Clock in the US Trust Co.; Soldier’s Monument; Dublin Spring Monument; Dean McNulty Monument; Sculptor Gaetano Federici. Various churches. Blizzards, fires, floods and other disasters.
BOX 34A/4 PATERSON: (churches) St. John’s Church; St. Paul’s Church; Broadway Baptist Church; Old First Presbyt.; Masonic Temple.
BOX 35/1 PATERSON: (street scenes) Blizzard 1888; Fire; Flood; wrecked bridge; wrecked house.
BOX 35/ 2-7 PATERSON: (houses, parks, people, ceremonies, parades) #4
Oldest house – VanWinkle Homestead; Barkalow House, 1835-50; Bernard Hatley House, c.1840-45; Lafayette’s Headquarters; Residence of Mrs. Wm. Charles Woolen; Lambert Castle;Garret Mt. Reservation; Eastside and Westside Parks; WPA visiting nurse, St. Michael’s School; Street arch; DAR liberty Flag Raising 7/4/26; reunion of agricultural society – hurdle race; reunion of veterans, 1874; parade at time of Spanish-American War, 1898; trinity Church Choir; canoeing on the Morris Canal; people on canal boat on Morris Cana; runners (Illustrated Sports and Dramatic Journal, 1884). People & events. Ringwood Manor, Samuel Van Saun House. Also railroad, engines, trolleys and canals.
Views of P.F.; Rogers Locomotive Works; Edison Electric LightPlants; Barbour Flax Spinning Co.; Metal Working Establishments; Banks; Public Shools; Parks; Danforth Free Public Library; County Jail and County Court House; Churches; Cedar Lawn Cemetery; residences, portraits. OS.
BOX 35/8 PATERSON: (railroads, engines, canals, trolleys)
BOX 35/9 PATERSON: (misc. views) General Hospital; Ploughing Match; Corner of Main and Market Streets; The Circle Flower Beds, East Side Parl; Paterson Royal.
BOX 35/10 PATTENBURG, HUNTERDON COUNTY (PATENBURG?):
M. Hubert Hilder House; photo of architect’s dwg.; builder’s notes. OS.
BOX 36/1 PAULSBORO, GLOUCESTER COUNTY:
Socony vacuum Oil Company, Engineering and Administration Office Building; Tench Francis, Jr. home.
BOX 36/2 PEAPACK, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Old stone house, 1893 and 1897; DAR at old stone house, 1894; RR Station; Public School; St. Luke’s Church; P.O.; Blairsden, south entrance; gardens of Mrs. Wm. V. Griffen.
BOX 36/3 PEMBERTON, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Pemberton Baptist Church.
BOX 36/4 PENNINGTON, MERCER COUNTY:
Woolsey House, built 1765; John Welling House (Howell House), prior to 1728; Admin. Bldg., Pennington School; Organ in Shaw Memorial Chapel, Pennington School; Pennington Semianry, est. 1839; Pennington Semianry c.1890-95 – int. OS.
BOX 36/5 PENNS GROVE, SALEM COUNTY:
Baptist Church; Emanuel Church; Methodist Church; view on South Broad St.; Summerill House.
BOX 36/6 PEQUANNOCK, MORRIS COUNTY:
haying and hay wagons – 1937-38; horse at stream; Pipe Line Bridge, 1907; WW1 Memorial; Ku Klux Klan (KKK).
BOX 36/ 7-10 PERTH AMBOY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church; ancient Chalice and Paten, 1612, St. Peter’s Church; The Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church; First Presbyterian Church and Police Station; St, Mary’s R.C.Church, 1913; Public Library; Federal Bldeg., P.O.; City Hall; City Hall and E. Jersey Proprietor’s Office; City Hall Park, 1906-09; Caledoni Park; The Perth Amboy Savings Institution; Raritan Bay Union Bldg.; Street scenes; river front and bluff; boardwalk along the beach; Perth Amboy – Mechanicsville Bus, c. 1915; Bicentennial street sign; copy of old print (ship and early settlers); view of Perth Amboy from Staten Island; Perth Amboy, NJ c. 1822; Lighthouse; ferry between Tottenville and Perth Amboy; bridge connecting south Amboy and Perth Amboy; boats and ships in harbor; Raritan Yacht Club; aerial view of outerbridge crossing; photostats of drawings in Museum of NaturalHistory, Paris, France; WPA visiting nurse service; classrooms – students (Perth Amboy education); unidentified garden and farm scene. Long Ferry Tavern, built 1684; Home of Samuel Nevill, c. 1752; Old Stone Castle, built before Revolution; Parker Castle; Old Stone Caslte (aka Parker Castle); “The Old Stone House in Willock’s Lane”, built 1734; Cornell Home (?); Peck Home, High St.; W. B. Snyder Resdience; fireplace – castle?; Governor’s Mansion, built 1764; The Westminster Restaurant – formerly Governor’s Mansion; Proprietory House – formerly Governor’s Mansion – also mantle, fireplace, and doorway; Kearny Cottage – erected 1780; New Packer House; Inventors’ Institute; view on Raritan River showing Watson’s Brick Factory; Mrs. Kearny’s Chicken Yard, c. 1888; Standard Underground Cable Works; Dodge Coal Storage Plant; Phalanstery Bldg. – (Raritan Bay Union Bldg.). OS.
BOX 36/11 PHALANX, MONMOUTH COUNTY: Lovett’s Nursery; The Phalanx House.
BOX 36/12-13 PHILLIPSBURG, WARREN COUNTY
Birds-eye view;views; street scenes; snow scene;north end athletic field; Ingersol Rand Bldg.; Warren Foundry; Old Delaware Bridge; Phillipsburg and Easton Bridge; Green’s Bridge; Railway Yard from Easton side, 1906; Black Dans Cut with train; tracks, signal and train at Mt. Parnassus; Theodore Roosevelt on Observation Platform, 1904; Phillipsburg Centennial, Sept. 1961; Wreck of Black diamond Express, 4/9/1912; Wreck at Marten’s Creek; Dedication of Monument, 1906; Chautauqua with Civil War Vets, July 5, 1912; W.J. Bryan’s second visit, Oct. 1908; Botany Class, Marble Hill, May 1, 1911; Phillipsburg Rapid Transit; Morris Canal, Lock. Plane #10; toll house at western end of Morris Canal; terminal of Morris Canal; coal dumpers of Lehigh Valley Railroad on Morris Canal; R.R. 1908. OS.
BOX 37/1 PINE BEACH, OCEAN COUNTY:
Views along Pine Beach; Pine Beach Yacht Club; Pine Beach Inn.
BOX 37/2 PINE BROOK:
Church; Old Mill along the Passaic River; Passaic River bridge.
BOX 37/3 PISCATAWAY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
St. James Episcopal Church; The Walter S. Dunn House, 1735; Old Randolph House, c. 1735; Jacob ten Brook Veghte Farm; Ross Hall; Bakelite Div. of Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.; The Low Mansion.
BOX 37/4 PITMAN, GLOUCESTER COUNTY:
Pitman Golf Club; after Dam break; Grove Camp Meeting House, late 19th century.
BOX 37/5 PITTSTOWN, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Moore Furman House; Kings Manor, built 1787; Grist Mills; “Hoffs” Farm; Century Inn, built 1801; unidentified house.
BOX 37/6-8 PLAINFIELD, UNION COUNTY:
Churches and houses: Quaker burial ground; Friends’ Meeting House, built 1788; First Meeting plce of Congregation (?) 1818; Crescent Ave. Church; First Presbyt. Church; Altar of St. Joseph’s Church; unidentified houses and gardens; D.A.R .scenes. Street scenes, bldgs., Washington Rock: street scenes- 1905 and later; country scenes – 1907 and later; summercamp on Watchung Mt.; Central R.R. Station; photo of barber and Howes with train; Babcock Bldg. and P.O.; P.O., 1923; City Hall, 1917 and 1922; Public Library, 1923; YMCA, 1907; Elks Home, 1924; Plainfield Trust Co.; Muhlenberg Hospital, 1922; Park Hotel and annex; Country Club; Villa Elsinore; Hydewood Hall, 1907; House -701 East Front St. ; Laings Hotel, c. 1865; Plainfield Seminary; Mount St. Mary’s College; Stillman Grammar School; High School; recently completed High School; High School and Alma Mater Music Sheet; architects rendering of grade school; Old Mill; historic marker – Nathaniel Drake House; Washington’s Headquarters; Drake House Museum; Washington Rock Park Lodge; House at Washington Rock; Historic marker – Washington Rock; views of Washington Rock and Monument; Plasque on monument; photo of engraving of Washington Rock; DAR boulder in Green Brook Park. OS.
BOX 37/9 PLAINSBORO, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Walker-Gordon Club House; Industrial Reactor.
BOX 37/10 PLEASANT MILLS, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Sweetwater Casino; Batsto-Pleasant Mills Methodist Church.
BOX 37/11 PLEASANTVILLE ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Salem M.E. Church; East ShoreTrolley; The Governor Smith Room, St. Peter’s Lyceum.
BOX 37/12 PLUCKEMIN, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Historic marker; Capt. Wm. Leslie’s gravestone; the Presbyt. Church; Archaeological Dig with U.S. Rep. M. Fenwick and R. O’Brien.
BOX 37/13-13A POINT PLEASANT, OCEAN COUNTY:
Beach scenes c. 1917; sand dunes; boardwalk; beach scenes – casino and pavillion; Clark’s boat Landing; bend in road above Clark’s Landing, 1910; scenes on the Manasquan River, 1911-12; the Inlet; inland waterway; U.S. Coast Guard; Beacon Manor Hotel c. 1917; The Beacon-by-the-Sea, 1914; Beacon Manor Hotel and Motel Swimming Pool; The gladstone (hotel); Land’s End Hotel; Hotel Leighton; street scenes; Cook Homestead; Ku Klux Klan (KKK).; residence of Ray O. Peck, architect; architectural drawings – house plans.
BOX 37/14 POMONA, ATLANTIC COUNTY (see Trenton):
Lenox China – incl. new plant, kiln, and artisan.
BOX 37/15 POMPTON – POMPTON LAKES, PASSIAC COUNTY:
Historic marker; aerial view of Pompton Lakes; Pompton Dam and Waterfalls; blossom time; Locks – Morris Canal; VanNess Bridge; Bridge over Ramapo River; Pompton Reformed Church; VanSaun House, c. 1850; Schuyle Homestead; Schuyler – Colfax House; unidentified house; J.P. Roome Temperance House; Ryerson Homestead; Albert Payson Terhune Estate.
BOX 38/1 POMPTON PLAINS, MORRIS COUNTY:
Views and greetings from Pompton Plains; views; turnpike – street scenes; VanNess House – demolished 1949; Martin Berry House ; Dutch reformed Church; first manse of First Reformed Church; Mandeville House – now Manse. OS.
BOX 38/2 PORT COLDEN, WARREN COUNTY:
Colden House; Old School House.
BOX 38/3 PORT MONMOUTH, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Street scenes, Railroad Station; Port Monmouth Creek; Mohorris Lake; country scenes; souvenir with shells; Sardine Fishey – shipping for market, etc.
BOX 38/4 PORT MURRAY, WARREN COUNTY:
Historic marker; Erie-Lack. Railroad Station; Mansfield Baptist Church; McCrea Memorial Church (methodist); P.O.; house; Perry’s Gen. Store; Port Murray Private School; Main St.; Plane No. 5 – Morris Canal.
BOX 38/5 PORT REPUBLIC, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Chestnut Neck Monument; Door of Adrial Clark House, c.1812-14.
BOX 38/6 POTTERSVILLE: public school; Rockaway Valley train; country home.
BOX 38/7-11 & BOX 38A/1-5 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY & PRINCETON UNIVERSITY/ THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, MERCER COUNTY:
Princeton University seal; a gold guinea; souvenir of Princeton Univ. – various views; bird’s eye view; college of NJ at Princeton; campus – “class of 1864” album; tombs of presidents of college of NJ, 1903; Railroad Station with railroad cars; gateways; campus views; campus maps; Marquand Chapel (erected 1881); Univ. Chapel (1928); Univ. Library (1897); Chancellor Green Library (1873); School of Science (1873); new Gymnasium (1903); McCosh Infirmary (1892); Alexander Hall (1892); Blair Hall (1897); David Brown Hall (1891); Clio Hall (1803, 1838); Dickenson Hall (1870); Dodd Hall (1890); Edwards Hall (1880); McCosh Walk; Murray – Dodge Hall (m.1879 – d. 1900); Nassau Hall (1756); engraving – NassauHall with President’s house; cartoon – “It’s a Way We Have at Old Nassau”‘ Pyne Hall Dorm.; 79 Hall; Whig and other Halls; Witherspoon Hall; Woodrow Wilson Hall; Cleveland Tower and Graduate College; Sage Tower (Holder Tower); West College and Reunion Hall; Cottage Club; Elm Club; Ivy Club; Princeton Inn; Tiger Inn; Historic Cannon; James Forrestal Research Center; Palmer Memorial Stadium, 1914; Freshman Football eam, 1886; Princeton football Team; Gym. with activity pictures; Cane Fight, March, 1877; “Some of the Boys” – ’86; Class of 1898; Chapels; Dean’s House, Main Campus; West Front – Main Recitation Hall; bird’s-eye view from west; views taken 1862-63; Princeton Theological Seminary; Hodge Hall. The following are in booklet: Reuion Hall (1870); West College (1836); Biological Library (1887); Halstead Observatory (1869); Chancellor Green Library (1873); Gym. – old – (1869); Chemical Lab. (1891); Brokaw Memorial, (1892); Cap and Gown; Univ. Athletic Clubhouse; Univ. Cottage; Colonial ome; “Prospect” President’s Residence (1849); The McCosh residence; Ex-Pres. Cleveland’s residence; M. Taylor Pyne’s Residence; Alexander Hall Theological Seminary; Stuart Hall; Brown Hall; Library of Theological Seminary; First Presbyterian Church.
Princeton (battle monuments, churches, residences of university presidents, etc.)
Quaker meeting house; memorial markers; plan of the Battle of Princeton, 1/3/1977; portrait of Washington, 1779; route marker of march to Princeton; Washington at Battle of Princeton; Cannon Monument; Washington Headquarters at Rocky Hill; Cannon at Washingon’s Hdq., Rocky Hill; battle, showing Thomas Clarke House; Battle Monument; Stoney Brook Bridge; The Sun Dial; front campers, 1915; Palmer Sq.; Lower Pyne – P.O.; Borough Hall, Senator John R. Thomson House; Bainbridge House (Public Library); First Presbyt. Church; Camden and Amboy Railroad, P.& R. Canal; Jawbone arch, scrimshaw, tiles, etc. from Barbara E. Johnson Whaling Collection; window displays – Heirlooms of Old Princeton – D.A.R.; Institute for Advanced Study.
Residences of University. Residents and Other Historic Persons) First Stockton Home, 1696-1701 – oldest house in Princeton; Morven – built in 1701 by Stockton; “Drumthwacket” c. 1860 – gardens, house, and int. – built in 1832, home of Chas. S. Olden, Gov. of NJ during Civil War, enlarged and improved by M. Taylor Pyne (Class of 1877, Princeton); NJHS Dinner, 5/25/67; Grape Arbor and kitchen garden at Drumthwacket; Stables? – farm bldg.; President’s House – built 1756 – Aaron Burr – 1st univ. Pres. to live ther; Aaron Burr’s grave; “Prospect” residence of Woodrow Wilson as Pres. of Princeton Univ.; Presidents Mansion; “Wetlands”, Grover Cleveland’s Residence; East window – “Charming Fare ” (C.F.W. McClure Residence); historic marker – Tusculum; Tusculum – home of John Witherspoon; Tusculum Barn; The Beehive Tavern; “Clermont” – now “Avalon” House of Samuel Bayard; The Rose and Crown Farmhouse; Hale House (aka Clark House) – where Gen. Mercer died.; monument and canon at Hale House; Hale House – Thomas Clarke House; int. of Clark House; Old Cedar Tie-post at Clark House; “Fairview”; Hoseph Henry House – built 1838; House – 50 Hodge Rd.
Homes and gardens: Avalon (built 1750) – home of Henry VanDyke after 1899; Avalon (int. and gardens); Dr. Henry VanDyke at Avalon; J.R.McGinley house and gardens; Curtis McGraw; Sherley W. Morgan House; Terry House; C.B. Worden House; H.B. Gardiner; Unidentified House; Garden Gate amd Fountain (Lambert); the Cottage. OS.
New Jersey Places: Q
BOX 39/1 QUAKERTOWN, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Home of Willis Vail; Friends Meeting-House.
BOX 39/2 QUINTON’S BRIDGE, SALEM COUNTY:
South Jersey chapter of SAR; Plan of the Affair at Quinton’s Bridge.
New Jersey Places: R
BOX 39/3 “R” MISCELLANEOUS:
Rossman, Riverside, Ramapo River.
BOX 39/4-39/4B RAHWAY, UNION COUNTY:
Spanktown – historic marker; Morse Homestead- built 1659; Terrill Homestead – c. 1698; Marsh House -1730; MarshMansion – 1760; Melick House – 1775 by Mordecai Marsh; Craig-Squire Mansion – Pre-revolutionary date; Price House – built 1812; Sudder House – built 1812; Stell House – built 1861; Old Revolutionary House; old house – St. George’s Ave.; Maj. Gen. Putnam’s Birthplace; Old Roadside Inn on St. George’s Ave.; Washington’s Headquarters; office of Dr. Samuel Abernethy ; The Lufbery Homestead; Labs. – Merck and Co.; Wheatena Plant; St. Mary’s church and rectory , 1906; First Methodist Church, 1856; First Presbyterian Church, 1832; Second Presb. Church – 1849; oldest headstone in Rahway – 1724; Franklin School – built 1851; Public Library; John Bull – oldest engine in America; the Drawbridge over the Rahway River, 1907; Rahway River; Pratt’s Brook; Milton Lake, 1907; Milton Lake Dam, 1906; birds-eyeview, USA General Hospital #3; Bowpy Grocery Store with carriage. OS.
BOX 39/5 RALSTON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Old P.O.; Old Mill; General Store in 1775.
BOX 39/6 RAMSEY, BERGEN COUNTY:
St. Paul’s Church; The Cottage Fanleight Farms, 1911; Ramsey High School.
BOX 39/7 RANCOCAS, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Franklin Park Mansion and farm; Friends’ Meeting House; Wm. Spencer’s Workshop – int.; Bridgeboro Bridge – built 1838; Rancocas Creek; Green-Grovatt House, c. 1681-82, add. c. 1732; Rancocas Stables-African-American horse trainers. OS.
BOX 39/8 RARITAN, Somerset Co:
The Homestead – int, w/Louise Knox, her sister Sadie, and their mother, Mrs. Chambers; John Frelinghuysen House – Raritan Public Library; “Northwood” Cornell House c. 1740, c. 1850; Pres. Harding at Raritan Valley Golf Links; Pres. Harding and Frelinghuysen Family. OS.
BOX 39/10 RAVEN ROCK, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Quimby-Saxton House (Saxtonville Inn).
BOX 39/11 RED BANK, GLOUCESTER COUNTY (on the Delaware)
Historic markers; Battle of Red Bank; Battle Monument – erected 1829; Ice House – aug. 1900 – in National Park; Old Farm House; Monument; Fort Mercer, Battlefield, Monument; James A. Whitall House, built 1748 – porch and brick added; Samuel Whitall House (his resdience until 1822); “The Grove” – creek along side of house; Whitall House in National Park – also with NJHS members in front; redoubts of First Mercer. OS.
BOX 39/12 RED BANK, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Street scenes; country road.; cove, 1916; river scene with people; scenes on Shrewsbury River; Bridges – one with train, 1917; St. James Club; First Presb. Church – int; Molly pitcher House; Phalanx House; oil pntg. of American Revolution Phalanx house; The White Homestead – before and after restoration; gardens at Andrew V. Stout residence; Union Laundry. OS.
BOX 39/13 RED LION, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
Nicholas Sooy House.
BOX 39/14 RIDGEFIELD PARK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Brinckerhoff House, built c. 1700; Roosevelt School- May, 1922; Been Generating Station, PSE&G.
BOX 39/15 RIDGEWOOD, BERGEN COUNTY:
the Boulevard; Godwin St. Residence (windmill at rear); Spring Ave.; Good fishing in Ho-ho-kus Brook; entrance to Pine Lawn Spring house; Graydon Pool; Reformed church of Paramus; YMCA – YWCA, dedicated 1951; Village Hall; Women’s Club; Mount St. Andrew – A Villa for rest.
BOX 39/16 RINGOES, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Lafayette House (oldest house); birthplace of Capt. John Schenck.
BOX 39/17 RINGWOOD, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Ringwood Manor State Park; Lodge at Shepard’d Lake; Cemetery; Old Blacksmith’s Shop; Hosencleaver; Mill Wheel; Ringwood Manor House – Martin-Ryerson House, 1807-10, later additions; links that were across the Hudson; in American Revolution – iron was mined here.
BOX 39/18 RIO GRANDE, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
old oak tree; sasafras tree (oldest and largest in NJ).
BOX 39/19 RIVER EDGE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Ackerman-Zabriskie-von Steuben House; Oldest house in New Jersey; Riveredge Officenter.
BOX 39/20 RIVER VALE, BERGEN COUNTY:
Scene of massacre of Col. Baylor’s troops, 1778.
BOX 39/21 RIVERDALE, MORRIS COUNTY:
Nee’s Valley Spring Lake.
BOX 39/22 ROADSTOWN, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Cemetery of Roadstown; Baptist Church.
BOX 39/23 ROBBINS REEF:
Robbins Reef Lighthouse.
BOX 39/24 ROCHELLE PARK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Peter Lutkins House, 1760; RR Station; Swiss Chalet Restaurant.
BOX 39/25 ROCKAWAY, MORRIS COUNTY:
Byram Dixon’s House; Methodist Church; St. Cecilia’s Church; grave of Brig. Gen. Wm. Winds, died 1789; 2 forges at Splitrock; Splitrock Furnace; ice skating on Splitrock Pond; Business Center; Rockaway Riiver.
BOX 39/26 ROCKLEIGH, BERGEN COUNTY:
Nicholas Haring House.
BOX 39/27 ROCKY HILL, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Revolutionary canon at Washington’s Headquarters; Berrien Mansion a.k.a. Rockingham, erected 1730. Here Washington wrote his “Farewell Orders to the Armies” in 1783 and delivered from second-story porch –various pictures incl.: dated 1896, by William R. Johnston in 1975; Cock House; Rockingham, 1962. OS.
BOX 39A/1 ROSELAND, ESSEX COUNTY: Road scene on way to Roseland; Civil War canon; Battle memorial.
BOX 39A/22 ROSELLE – ROSELLE PARK, UNION COUNTY:
street scene – Westfield Ave.; Aldene R.R. Station (now part of Roselle); First Presbyterian Church – int. (First electric chandelier installed in any church – installed by Edison); Van Court Inn; Monument (boulder) to Abraham Clark; Abraham Clark Home – signer of Dec. of Indep.; historical window displays – Feb. 1931.
BOX 39A/3 ROSEMONT, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Home and Barn Capt. Daniel Bray; grave of Capt. Daniel Bray.
BOX 39A/4 ROSS’ CORNER, SUSSEX COUNTY:
“X Road Inn”.
BOX 39A/5 RUMSON, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Rumson Rd. Lane; Rumson Rd.; Havemeyer Residence – italian gardens; Hintelmann Residence; entrance to “Huldwood” – Hoagland Residence; Bingham Place; E.W. Scudder Residence. OS.
BOX 9A/6 RUTHERFORD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Views along Passaic River; views; country roads; Chestnut St.; snow scenes; First Presbyterian; Grace Church and Rectory; St. Mary’s Church, Home Ave.; Memorial Monument; War Memorial; Monument in Memory of U.S.S. Maine; Erie Railroad Station; Van Winkle Block (w/horse drawn vehicles); house on Maple St.; Capt. Berry House built c. 1685-1690; people (Mr. and Mrs, Castor); Fairleigh Dickinson University; The Seller Map (at F.D. Univ.); Kingsland and Ackerman Houses (at F.D. Univ.); M.K. Murphy Home; unidentified home with mother and child; 100 yrs. at work and play. OS.
New Jersey Places: S
BOX 40/1 “S” MISCELLANEOUS.
Stockholm, Sea Grove, Sohoes, South Brunswick, Spray Beach, Southold Wharf, Sterling Forest, Seabrook, Shapanack, Shore Arces, Stevensville, Shark River, Shipbottom, Staton Station, South River, Springside, Sea Breeze, Sweetwater, Southfield, and Saltersville.
BOX 40/2 SADDLE BROOK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Marriott Motor Hotel.
BOX 40/3 SADDLE RIVER, BERGEN COUNTY:
Woolen Mill on Saddle River; The Coach House; Shadyside; The Berdan Barn; A. Ackerman House – Washington’s Hdq.; architect’s drwg. – Samuel C. Demarest House.
BOX 40/4-5 SALEM, SALEM COUNTY:
The old oak tree; John Fenwick House, 1677; Guilford Hall, 1687; Broadway House, 1691; Alexander Grant House, 1721; Abel Nicholson House, 1722; Salem Co. Court House, 1735; Salem Co. offices (formerly Robert Gibbon Johnson House); Pedrick House (?); Friends Meeting House, 1772; Salem in 1800; Carpenter’s house on Broadway; Carpenter’s House at Pointers; Covered Bridge – built 1831; Jacob Mulford House; Samuel Copner Public School, erected 1884; First Baptist Church; YMCA and First Baptist Church; St. John’s Episcopal Church; Broadway M.E. Church; First Presbyterian Church – dedicated 1856; East view cemetery; street scenes; houses on Market St. ; stores on Broadway; Andrews Drug Store; Johnson Park; The Cove, Rivershore; Fort Elfsbory; wharf scene; Penn’s Neck Bridge; Country Club; Athletic Field at rear of High School.
BOX 40/6 SALEM COUNTY
BOX 40/7 SANDY HOOK, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Fort Hancock; Sandy Hook from the air; Sandy Hook Lighthouse, built 1764; “Washington went there to fish”; view from Highlands mainland, 1856; Telegraph station with pigeon messengers; Life Saving Station, 1848; Lifeboat; Rocket testing, 1877; Jim Fisk Excursion boat; fishing for sardines; Fort Hancock – buildings constructor 1937; radar set; Sandy Hook Lighthouse; vessel anchored off Sandy Hook, 1894. OS.
BOX 40/8 SANDYSTON, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Westbrook – Browning House; marker – Minisink Burying Ground; Old Fort Nomarcock.
BOX 40/9 SCHOOLEY’S MOUNTAIN, MORRIS COUNTY:
Belmont Hall; Hotel Dorincourt; Schooley’s Mt. Spring House; Presbyt. Church; Shooley’s Mt. road. Near Hackettstown. OS.
BOX 40/10 SCOTCH PLAINS, UNION COUNTY:
Cataract Hollow Rd.; Ye Olde Historical Inn; The Stage House Inn; Deerhurst Residence of Dr. Coles; Gersham Littel House, 1785; Frazee-Lee House; Betsey Frazee House in 1885 – built in 1700’s; fireplace wall made by Gersham Frazee; Church, Sept. 23, 1915; Scotch Plains Memorial Parish House; Memorial Home for Orphans; scouts in pipe band contest.
BOX 40/11 SEA BRIGHT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Octagon Hotel; Shrewsbury River; Fisherman Landing Boats; Surf after a storm. OS.
BOX 40/12-13 SEA GIRT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Governor’s Summer House; The Beach House; Inlet at Sea Girt; Dam at Osbornes Mill; Church of St. Uriel the Archangel; Evergreen Tea House; Hotel (int.); Shehadi Rug Co.; Railroad Station; Beach at Spring Lake; Personnel at Sea Girt, 1898; N.J. State Camp – encampment of 2nd brigade, Essex Troop, guard’s reserve, artillery, ambulance corps, P.O.; Essex troop encampment; 2nd brigade encampment; soldiers at camp; hospital and personnel; Essex troop. Also see Franklin Murphy photograph album.OS. DOS.
BOX 40/14 SEA ISLE CITY, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Landis Ave. Drive; Scottage – Sisters of Pittsburgh; the new drawbridge.
BOX 40/15 SEASIDE HEIGHTS, OCEAN COUNTY:
Aerial views; beach and boardwalk scenes; kiddy rides along boarwalk; bridges (Barnegat Bay and Thomas Mathis); bay front; boat landing; U.S.coast Guard Station; the Coast National Bank; Hershey’s Cabins and seafood restaurant; greetings from Seaside Heights.
BOX 40/16 SEASIDE PARK, OCEAN COUNTY:
Bathing beach; bay front- boats and cottages; yacht club; Manhasset Hotel; Central Ave. at P.O.; houses.
BOX 41/1 SEAVILLE, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Friends’ Meeting House, also with benches.
BOX 41/2 SECAUCUS, HUDSON COUNTY:
View of New Jersey turnpike; United Parcel Service, Office, Shop, Central & Metro Delivery Buildings.
BOX 41/3 SERGEANTSVILLE, HUNTERDON COUNTY:
Green Sergeant’s Covered Bridge; covered bridge int. OS.
BOX 41/4 SHARPTOWN, SALEM COUNTY:
Old Pilesgrove Meeting House (Methodist).
BOX 41/5 SHILOH, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
Shiloh Seventh Day Baptist Church; Union Academy; Howell House and Philip Vickers Fithian House.
BOX 41/6-7 SHORT HILLS, ESSEX COUNTY:
Christ Church; The Bird Sanctuary; B. Altman and Co. – Short Hills Mall; The Arch – restaurant; Wellington Campbell Mill; Pond behind St. Rose of Lima Church; Short Hills School when it was the High School; games at Short Hills Country Day School, May 1917 – with automobiles; Short Hills Railroad Station; “Redstone” at Knollwood Rd. and Wells Lane – with four-horse carriage; Hobart and Highland Aves. in late 1800’s; Kenilworth Dr.; Jefferson home – int.; gardens on estate of Edward Renwick; Ryan House; A.F. Traver House; Engineering Record illus. of church; East Orange Reservation at White Oak Ridge with children and hay wagon. OS.
BOX 41/8 SHREWSBURY, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Aerial view – winter scene; Shrewsbury mosaic by school students; Quake Meeting House; Old Christ Church (Episcopal) – incl. graveyard , also w/communion service; Old Tavern, Baptist Church; Presbyterian Church – w/Quaker Meeting House; The Jacob Dennis House; corner of a church bldg. with tombstone; Allen Homestead; The Allen House (oldest bldg.); Allen House – restored; Allen House – smokehouse; on the Shrewsbury River; Rod’s Shadowbrook (restaurant); Shaires (?). Model home.
BOX 41/9 SMITHVILLE, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Quail Hill Inn; The Mansion; Absegami Room – Smithville Inn : entance shop, and spinning wheel; Grist Mill and Pond with ducks and geese.
BOX 41/10 SOMERS POINT, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Somes Mansion – built 1720-30.
BOX 41/11-13 SOMERVILLE:, SOMERSET COUNTY
Site of Second Court House; County Court House, 1905, Clerk’s, 1905, and Surrogate’s Offices, 1905; R.R. Station; Commercial Hotel, 1916; Somerset Co. Hospital; First Reformed Church/brick church built 1834; First Presbyterian Church, April 1896; present stone church – First Reformed Church – organized 1699; First Reformed Church; Doughty House – Old Dutch Parsonage; Parsonage (marked “Wallace house”?); Wallace house – Washington’s Hdq.; Jacob Van Dorn Home, built 1812; street scenes; 132 West Main St. c.1800’s; window display – Mt. vernon; Raritan river; James B. Duke residence, Duke Park; Duke Gardens; Far Hills Inn; Theodore Roosevelt at County Court House. OS.
BOX 41/14 SOUTH AMBOY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Catholic Church; First Presbyterian Church; Public School #1; Borough Hall; John Scully residence; Penn.R.R. Bridge and Tracks; Bridges over Raritan River; Drawbridge at Morgan; “Hole in the Wall” (bridge); coal docks – loading coal; public dock; Great Beds Lighthouse; “Stevensdale”; gravestones of Morgan Family; South Amboy sur la Delaware.
BOX 41/15 SOUTH BOUND BROOK, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Reformed Church; Lock, Delaware , and Raritan Canal; historic marker – Hendrick Fisher Homestead; Hendrick Fisher’s home and grave; historic marker – the Staats House; VonSteuben Home, April 1902; La Tourette House.
BOX 42/1-6 SOUTH ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY.
Village/Town Hall; Village Hall int.; S.O. Ave. from Railroad to Town Hall; view from Town Hall, 1906; Trolley Station and Trolley; Railroad. stations, 1906; East Orange Water Works, 1907; Lodge at entrance of Page Estate., 1905; Firehouse; NJ Fire Museum; Public Library, 1907; Academy St. Public School, 1906; Columbia High School; St. Andrew’s Church; First Presbyterian Church; Church of the Holy Communion (episcopal); Our Lady of Sorrows, church and rectory; Cameron Field; S.O. Field Club; Football – Yale vs. Oranges c. 1895; Orange Lawn tennis Club c. 1884; Orange May Day; S.O. Kindergarten Children, and Marbles Championship; Cactus Garden – Manda Greenhouse; Cameo Theatre; stores on S.O. Ave.; Howard Savings Bank , People’s Bank, Decker Building. and others.
Seton Hall College, also Library; Seton Hall Bonfire of Victory, 1920’s; aerial view of univ.; Gym. auditorium; entrance gateway; admin. bldg. and chapel; Bayley Hall and architects pictures of construction work on addition, 1962-63.
Houses: Meyer Baldwin House; Old Baldwin Farm House; Jeptha Baldwin Homestead; Old Redmond House, built 1774; The Redmond Home – now Orange Lawn Tennis Club; Old Lawton Farm House; The Old Riggs House; J. Guyton Boston House; street survey project (S.O. Ave.); home of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Hildebrand; “Lermanna House”; W.F. Harris House; Wm. T. Heickson House; James A. Clark House; Redmond Farm; unidentified houses; E. Curtis Home – int.; D.M. Watt Home – int. ; street scene with horse and wagon; “Silver Spring” – boys with small wagon and horse and wagon.
South Orange Reservation. Washington Rock – bird’s eye view of S.O.; rustic bridge; Black Rock Falls; Hemlock Falls; The Glen; visitors watching herd of deer; horse and carriage on bridge; “S.O., May 21, 1877”, photo of sketch by Blackelock. OS.
BOX 42/7 SPARTA, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Culligan Tri-county Water Co.; Sparta Twp. Grad School; Sparta Junction Railroad Station and Train; aerial views of Sparta; Sparta Glen , 1905; Morris Lake, 1905 and 1913; views of and around Lake Mohawk; sightseeing boat and boardwalk; Black Cherry Lodge.
BOX 42/8 SPRING LAKE, MONMOUTH COUNTY
Views of the lake; rustic bridge; St. Catharine Church (R.C.); “Ballingarry” – summer home of Mr. Martin Maloney; the Casino and Maloney Mansion; Casino and tennis courts; Community House; Lake View Hotel; The Wells’ Residence; boardwalk and bathing beach; Essex and Sussex Hotels; The New Monmouth Hotel; Monmouth House – summer of 1878; beach scene – 1897; Beau-Rivage Restaurant; Perkins Pancake House; Spring Lake. Also see Ocean Grove.
BOX 42/9 SPRINGFIELD, UNION COUNTY:
First Presb. Church; Methodist Church of 1870’s, int.; Springfield Cemetery – 1939 and 1940; Cannon Ball House; Soldiers’ Monument; Patriots Monument – June 23, 1780; photo of painting – Parson Caldwell and soldiers; Battle of Springfield; unidentified house; Sayre House – early 1700’s; Anthony Swain Homestead – built 1744; Baker House – late 18th c. ; Baltus Roll Farm; Morris Ave. ; Public School; Baltusrol R.R. Station – Rahway Valley R.R. , 1962; Springfield R.R. Station; American Host Motel; Smith and Smith Funeral Home. OS.
BOX 43/1 STANHOPE, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Lake Musconetcong; Musconetcong River; lone fisherman on the Musconetcong; Furnace Pond; From Black’s Dock; Musconetcong Valley; Morris Canal; Stanhope-Netcong Methodist Church; farming.
BOX 43/2 STERLING LAKE:
BOX 43/3 STEWARTSVILLE, WARREN COUNTY
BOX 43/4 STILLWATER, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Fairview Lake; Bonnie Brook; The Mill; scenes.
BOX 43/5 STIRLING, MORRIS COUNTY:
Street scenes; Catholic Church; Presbyterian Church; Junior High School; Railroad Station; Collinson House.
BOX 43/6 STOCKTON:
Colligan’s Stockton Inn; Gen. Daniel Bray Store; Redding House (now home of Paul Whiteman).
BOX 43/7 STOKES STATE FOREST, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Big Flatrock (Lake Ocquittunk); view from Sunrise Mt.; campsite.
BOX 43/8 STONE HARBOR, CAPE MAY COUNTY:
Yacht Club; Shelter Haven Hotel; 96th St. Basin; Water Works.
BOX 43/9 SUCCASUNNA, MORRIS COUNTY:
Street scene – Hillside Ave.; Presbyterian church, chapel and parsonage; Dickerson Mansion; street scenes: St. Theresa’s Church, First Presbyterian church; Methodist Church; Dickerson Monument; tombstone – Anne Kelsey – Mar. 3, 1777.
BOX 43/10-13 SUMMIT, UNION COUNTY:
Historic marker – Day’s Bridge; view from Overlook Mt., 1905; plaque on boulder – site of signal beacon and cannon in 1776 (1905); street scenes, 1906 and later; Passaic River, 1905-07; Spring Lake, 1906; Canoe Brook, 1906; Canoe Brook Country Club; Hotel Beechwood, 1906; Blackburn Hotel, 1908; Hotel Suburban; Wallace Pines Restaurant; D.L. & W. R.R.Station; P.O. Bldg.; Public Library, 1905; YMCA Bldg.; Kent Place School, 1906; Public School; Calvary Episcopal Church; Methodist Episcopal Church; Marbel Champ and Runner-up; Oratory School Baseball Team; Summit High School Track Team; Girl Scouts clearing nature trail; CIBA Pharmaceuticals Products, Inc.; Overlook Hospital; window display, “Betsy Ross and the Flag”.
Houses: Summer house on Amsink Estate, 1907; Anthony Comstock House in winter – 1919; Old Morgan Colt House; J.M. Curtis House – int.; Arthur Gwynne House; Lee Gwynne House; L.P. Moore House; Norman Ogden House.
BOX 43/14 SUSSEX, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Main St.; Bank St.; daily scene at the Union House; Dunn Fountain; First Presbyterian Church; Lake Pochung (people in boats); Woodburne Falls; aerial view of Lake Neepaulin; ruins of Titsworth Fort, April 1963; Old Stone House, built 1750 – also called Locust Grove Farm, 1911.; totem pole at Titsworth Fort; Titsworth Fort.
BOX 43/15 SWARTSWOOD, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Aerial view of Swartswood Lake; Dove Island, Swartswood Lake; house on lake shore; Lawrence’s Bungalow; Paulins Kill; Swartswood State Park and Lake.
BOX 43/16 SWEDESBORO, GLOUCESTER COUNTY:
Tablet Commemorating 300th Anniv. of settlement; historic marker – Racoon Creek; Moravian Church; Episcopal Church – int.; sweet potato packing; VanLeer Cedar Log Cabin. OS.
New Jersey Places: T
BOX 43A/1 “T” MISCELLANEOUS
Tewksbury Township-Hunterdon Co., Tinton Falls, Tappan, Tranquillity, and Towaco.
BOX 43A/2 TEANECK, BERGEN COUNTY:
Aerial view of Teaneck; Presbyterian. Church; Teaneck Rd. – highway in the Revolution; Brinckerhoff Homestead; ruins of Brinckerhoff Mill; plaque erected by citizens; 5 houses – Frederick T. Warner, architect; Mrs. Richard Hawney House; Lippman House; Copy of portrait of Mr. Lippman.
BOX 43A/3 TENAFLY, BERGEN COUNTY:
Tenafly Rd., 1908; Roosevelt Common; Monument to Theodore Roosevelt; Haring Rock; World War Memorial; Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C. Church; Business District; Bower Bldg.; Clinton Inn; Tenafly High School – also Auditorium; Firefighting apparatus – Old Pumper, 1852; R.R. Station – erected 1872-74; last train on northern branch, Erie-Lackawanna Railroad.; historical marker – Roelof Westervelt w/ Mrs. Earl A. Mosley and Mayor Rob. E. Shull; historical marker – The Christie-Parsels House w/ Richard Parry, V.P., Bergen Co. Historical Society, and Mrs. Earl A. Mosley, Borough Historian. Also copies of early 20th century school classes. OS.
BOX 43A/4 TENNENT, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Historic markers – Battle of Monmouth and field hospital, Molly Pitcher’s Well; Molly Pitcher Monument; Molly Pitcher at Battle of Monmouth; Old Tennent Church and graveyard; Tree of Washington and Lafayette; view of cemetery from the north; Revolutionary War grave; Old Tennent Parsonage; Tennent Battlefield; Pumping station and Sabbath School Bldg. , 1922; Monmouth Co. Quilt, 1973-75. OS.
BOX 44/1 TETERBORO, BERGEN COUNTY:
Teterboro Airport; Teterboro Airport – aerial view.
BOX 44/2 TOMS RIVER, OCEAN COUNTY:
Historic marker – British attacks; Block house reconstruction and park; Ocean Co. Court House; St. Joseph’s R.C. Church and rectory; old house – unidentified; Ocean House; The Central House and The Brant Lumber Co.; unidentified – church?; street scenes; John A. Hyers Liquor Store; Priest’s Pharmacy – Steiner Bldg.; Howard Johnson’s; aerial view; on the river; scene along river with bridge; Wright’s Bridge; New State Bridge and Huddy Park; Ocean Co. Bus – Ambulance – WPA; Greetings from Ocean Co.; making of the movie “Amityville Horror”; cranberry bogs near Toms River.
BOX 44/3 TOTOWA, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Historic marker; North Jersey Training School for Mentally Deficient Girls – WPA nurses; Old Chicken Barn Restaurant.
BOXES 44/4-10 & 45/1-2 TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY
BOX 44/4-5 TRENTON: (historic and modern street scenes, parks, bldgs.) #1
Historic markers; Battle of Trenton; the site where Trenton now stands; Trenton in the 1840’s; Trenton skyline (modern); aerial views; Trenton skyline – from an old print; street scenes; Market in Greene (now Broad) St. c.1860; Suspension Bridge, River Dr. 1913; Delaware Bridge; Trenton – Morrisville Bridge; Steamer “Burlington” at Wharf , 1908; Penn. R.R. Depot; Prospect Ave. R.R. Bridge; Battle Monument; monument where Washington crossed the Delaware; Washington statue – Cadwalader Park; John A. Roebling Monument; Roebling House, 1897; Cadwalader Park; Swamp Angel (Civil War gun, 1863); Grave of George Clymer, signer of Dec. of Indep., buried at Friends Meeting House; Friends Meeting House built 1739; soldiers and sailors memorial; Presb. Church, org. 1712; St. Michael’s Episcopal Church; Trinity Episcopal Church; High School , 1905; Junior High School; NJ State Normal School; State Normal School and Model School; Rider – Moore and Stewart School – room with students (Dept. of Banking); School for Deaf-Mutes; NJ State Museum; Public Library, 1908; NJ State Lunatic Asylum; NJ State Hospital; YMCA; Mercer Hospital; Elk’s Home; Masonic Temple; Trenton House; I.O.O.F. Home, 1905; Stacy- Trent Hotel; Holiday Inn; Front Parlor of House on West State St.
BOX 44/ 6-8 TRENTON: (government bldgs.) #2
NJ State Capitol; dome of State Capitol, erected 1889; State House: w/o additions, earlier structure, Ballou’s Pictorial, and before, during, and after the fire – Mar. 22, 1885; Mecer Co. Court House; City Hall, Trenton; State Prison, 1906; U.S. P.O.; Greetings from Trenton; State Lunatic Asylum; Trenton Normal School. DOS.
BOX 44/9 TRENTON: (Historic Bldgs.) #3
Old Barracks – selected views; William Trent House; Alexander Douglas House – built c.1766; signed statement re: Washington’s use of Douglas House; Woodruff House; Col. Rahl’s Headquarters, 1776; Gen. St. Clair’s Hdq.
BOX 44/10 TRENTON: (People) #4
D.A.R. (1929 and 1930); Baltic – American Cultral Exhibit, 1968; trenton State Fair; WPA Exhibits at State Fair, 1937; road workers; stagecoach, 1811.
BOX 45/1-2 TRENTON: (Business and Industry) #5
Home of Lenox China, 1939; Lenox Methods and Display Room; firing tableware and decorating porcelain; first Lenox Plant erected 1889; workers in first Lenox Plant; showroom in first Lenox Plant; expanded Lenox Plant, 1924; craftsmen at Lenox Plant; Franz Hills Brewery; John A. Roebling Sons Co.; cattle at Trenton Fair; window displays for 250th Anniv.; papermaking plant and family. OS.
BOX 45/3 TROY HILLS, MORRIS COUNTY: Troy Academy.
BOX 45/4 TUCKERTON, OCEAN COUNTY: Battle memorial plaque; road scene.
BOX 45/5 TURNPIKE (NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE): Scenes of secyions of the Turnpike.
New Jersey Places: U
BOX 45/6-7 UNION, MIDDLESEX COUNTY:
Connecticut Farms Presbyterian Church & Cemetary, memorial tablet near Caldwell Parsonage Museum, Wade house, Bonnell House, Dr. Caleb Halsted house, Historic Liberty Hall, School House & Town Hall, Union Center, Union High School, Kawameeh Junior High School, Ye Olde Meeker Inn, Tri-City Stadium, Bristol-Myers OS.
BOX 45/8 UNION BEACH, MONMOUTH COUNTY: Fot Bridge.
BOX 45/9 UNION CITY, HUDSON COUNTY (formerly WEST HOBOKEN)
Views; First Presbyterian Church, St. Michael’s monastery; Union City Public Library; Leber Funeral Home, house; Hudson Theatre Stock Co.
BOX 45/10 UNION FORGE: Battle memorial plaque.
New Jersey Places: V
BOX 45/11 VAIL, WARREN COUNTY: Contractors Plants of the Lackawanna cut-off.
BOX 45/12 VENTNOR, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Ventnor beach and boardwalk; residence of Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield’s “Oxford House.
BOX 45/13 VERNON, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Red Top house and barns of Rutherfurd family; meadowburn farm.
BOX 45/14 VERONA, ESSEX COUNTY:
Views of Verona Lake, World War I monument; boulder dedicated to Verona’s mayor, girl scouts, WPA construction of Athletic field, swimming pool.
BOX 45/15 VIENNA, WARREN COUNTY: Descendant of Benjamin Rush; Main Street.
BOX 45/16 VINCENTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY: Grave of Pemberton Thomson.
BOX 45/17 VINELAND, CUMBERLAND COUNTY:
View of Vineland, centennial view, 1876; main street; Central R.R. depot; public library, Vineland Historical Society, N.J. State Home for Soldiers & Sailors, N.J. home for Feeble Minded Women; Old Garrison Hall Training School; Students for State Home for Girls, Post Office corner; Baker house, Little Robin Duck Farm; First Presbyterian Church; Sacred Heart Catholic Church; clothing store; hotel; construction site; Palace of Depression. OS.
New Jersey Places: W
BOX 46/1 “W” MISCELLANEOUS
White House, Woodglen, Waretown, Whitesville (a zeppelin), Wickatunk, West Windsor, Wanaque, Camp Wawayanda-Sussex Co., Wrightsville, Wistorville.
BOX 46/2 WALLPACK CENTER, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Van Campen House, Old Mine Road.
BOX 46/3 WANTAGE TOWNSHIP, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Harkwell school; Dar Van Bunschooten Museum.
BOX 46/4-7 WASHINGTON, WARREN COUNTY
Views; Town Hall, Street Scenes, parks, Van Horn Homestead, cornish residence, Davis home, Windsor Hotel, Baptist church, St. Joseph’s Church, Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church, high school, post office, D.L & W.R.R. station,l Needham Piano Organ Co., Pohatcong Hoisiery Mills, Washington Silk Mills, Morris Canal, Eckels pond.
Also photographs of the Easton & Washington Traction Co. ca 1907. Includes local track and trolley line for Washington, Phillipsburg, Port Colden, Stewartsville, Broadway, New Village, Port Muray. Photos of Morris Canal, railroad lines, Warren Foundry & Machine Co., Ingersoll-Rand, train car barn, power house, trolley car, Edison Portland Cement Works. OS.
BOX 46/8 WASHINGTON’S CROSSING, MERCER COUNTY:
McConkey homestead, ferry house, Delaware River at Washington’s crossing site, Nelson house, Old Bear Tavern, monuments.
BOX 46/9 WATCHUNG, SOMERSET COUNTY:
Watchung Mountains, Watchung Lake, Wetumpka Falls, Stony Brook-The Notch, The Castle, Castle Elsinore, Wood Pile “The Wall.”
BOX 46/10 WATERLOO, SUSSEX COUNTY:
Waterloo Village restoration, Methodist Church, old houses, grist mill, old smith’s store, ruins of old R.R. bridge, “Morris” locomotive after it blew up, Cassedy Canal Store, Musconetcong River & Morris Canal, head of Morris Canal plane, historic marker-Andover Iron Works.
BOX 46/11-12 WAYNE, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Historic markers, church, tombstones, Old Mountain view of Lackawanna R.R. station, Wayne Railroad Station, Weinmann’s Roadside Market, farm scenes, canal scenes, Ryerson home, Moore homestead, Dey Mansion, and Van Riper house. OS.
BOX 46/13 WEEHAWKEN, HUDSON COUNTY
Palisades, street scenes, wagon elevator, North Hudson hospital, commercial docks, Lincoln Tunnel and approaches, trolley cars & tracks, Loss Homestead, Peter A. Damrosch, historic marker-Hamilton-Burr duel. OS.
BOX 46/14 WENONAH, GLOUCESTER COUNTY
Headstone of Major Christain Percy.
BOX 46/15 WEST END, MONMOUTH COUNTY:
Hollywood Hotel swimming pool.
BOX 47/1 WEST MILFORD, PASSAIC COUNTY:
Pinecliff Lake; Nibloe’s Corner.
BOX 47/2 WEST NEW YORK, HUDSON COUNTY
Woodmen of America float, First United Presbyterian Church. OS.
BOX 47/3-12 & 47A/1-22 & 48/1-4 WEST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY:
BOX 47/3 WEST ORANGE (street scenes, churches, schools, views)
Northfield Ave., John Crosby Brown’s Benevolent Spring House; Rock Spring; Todd Farm; Hutton Park Swan Pond & The Glen; Muncipal Building; Essex County Country Club; Newark Athletic club; Public Library; New School House-St. Cloud, 1888; Washington Public School; Hazel Ave School; Forest St School; Thomas Edison Junior High School; basketball team; Christian Path Monument; St. Marks Episcopal; Holy Trinity Church; Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church; West Orange Presbyterian; Church of the Innocents; W.O. Mineral Springs Hotel; Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation; West Orange Sewer tunnel; Turtle Back Zoo; Pals Cabin restaurant, Rod’s Road House.
BOX 47/4-5 WEST ORANGE (Llewellen Park) #2
Entrance to Llewellen Park, scenes in Park (1905-), the Pines; the Marble Fountain; Haskell Monument to Founder.
BOX 47/6 WEST ORANGE (Thomas A. Edison historic matters) #3
Llewellen Park entrance, Glenmont, library and office, Edison Laboratory, phonograph, Black Maria-first motion picture studio, Edison Works after fire
BOX 47/7-9 WEST ORANGE (Eagle Rock, Crystal Lake, Orange Mt) #4
Eagle Rock, top of Orange Mountain; steps to Eagle Rock; birdseye view; log cabin, Crystal Lake; rustic view of Eagle Rock; The Eyrie at Eagle Rock; Eagle Rock trolley; Basaltic Columns, James Stokes quarry; Giant’s causeway, Rock Springs, Woodland beauties, views near tramway route, 1888.
BOX 47/10 WEST ORANGE:
Essex Country Club; West Orange High School; Hutton Park.
BOX 47/11 WEST ORANGE:
Advertisement Lleewellyn Park in Harper’s Weekly.
BOX 47/12 WEST ORANGE:
A Meacove; Hand-colored wood engraving; Jules Taverner; “Picturesque America”.
BOXES 47A/1-6 WEST ORANGE:(houses and gardens)
#5 Old Harrison homestead; Alfred Young’s old house; John W. Condit’s homestead; Condit home; A.R. Perine’s mother’s birthplace; Whittingham house; Mountainfoot-Rollinson homestead; Old Brown stone house; the old blue house tavern; Bushnell house; Old Branhall house; Old Van Horn House; 790 Eagle Rock Avenue; Wheeler Lindsley House; Oak bench made from General George McClellen; home of Mrs. John E. Sloan (daughter of Thomas Edison); Moreau Delano home; J. Russel Parsons; and the “Eyrie.” OS.
BOXES 47A/7-9 WEST ORANGE:
Park and landscape views.
BOX 47A/10 WEST ORANGE:
BOX 47A/11-14 WEST ORANGE: (houses and gardens)
“Woodlands”-Burke family; Merck house; Russell Colgate house.
BOX 47A/15 WEST ORANGE:
Main Gate views.
BOX 47B/1 WEST ORANGE: (sites and scenes).
BOX 47B/2 WEST ORANGE:
Llewellyn Park shirts.
BOX 47B/3 WEST ORANGE: (people).
BOX 47B/4 WEST ORANGE: (schools, churches, and country clubs).
BOX 47B/4 WEST ORANGE: (contact sheets).
Eagle Rock, Crystal Lake, Orange Mountain.
BOX 47B/5 WEST ORANGE: (contact sheets).
Eagle Rock, Crystal Lake, Orange Mountain.
BOXES 47B/6 WEST ORANGE:
Eagle Rock, Crystal Lake, Orange Mountain.
BOXES 48/1-4 WEST ORANGE:
(houses)#5 Old Harrison homestead; Alfred Young’s old house; John W. Condit’s homestead; Condit home; A.R. Perine’s mother’s birthplace; Whittingham house; Mountainfoot-Rollinson homestead; Old Brown stone house; the old blue house tavern; Bushnell house; Old Branhall house; Old Van Horn House; 790 Eagle Rock Avenue; Wheeler Lindsley House; Oak bench made from General George McClellen; home of Mrs. John E. Sloan (daughter of Thomas Edison); Moreau Delano home; J. Russel Parsons; and the “Eyrie.” OS.
BOX 48/5 WEST TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY:
The Jedediah Scudder house; Broadhurst, residence of Hervey C. Scudder; Landwehr’s.
BOX 48/6 WESTWOOD, BERGEN COUNTY:
Revolutionary road to Paramus; Erie R.R. Station; aerial view; public school; Fairview Avenue; Yates Mill; View of Five Corners and the Business section; Kinderkamack Road; map.
BOX 48/7-10 WESTFIELD, UNION COUNTY
Houses, rural scenes, churches, model homes, interior and exterior of suburban model home ca 1950? OS.
BOX 48/11 WEYMOUTH, ATLANTIC COUNTY:
Early iron foundry.
BOX 48/12 WHARTON, MORRIS COUNTY:
Wharton Iron Works, ca. 1906.
BOX 48A/1 WHIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY:
The Farmstead; cemetery; St. Mary’s Church; Our Lady of Mercy church, Phoenix Paperworks; OS. OS.
BOX 48A/2 WILDWOOD, CAPE MAY COUNTY
Beach scenes, boardwalks, houses etc.
BOX 48A/3 WINDSOR, MERCER COUNTY:
Dedication of Pioneer Potato Company.
BOX 48A/4 WOODBRIDGE, MIDDLESEX COUNTY
New Jersey Turnpike, houses, etc.
BOX 48A/5 WOODBURY, GLOUCESTER COUNTY
BOX 48A/6 WOODCLIFF LAKE, BERGEN COUNTY:
view of lake; summer house; St. Andrew’s Restaurant; road scene; Palisades.
BOX 48A/7 WOODSTOWN, SALEM COUNTY:
Baptist church; Friend’s Meeting House; Seven Stars Hotel; The Shinn Houses; Richard Brick House.
BOX 48A/8 WRIGHTSTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY:
BOX 48A/9 WYCKOFF, BERGEN COUNTY:
Wyckoff Shopping Center; aerial view; Franklin Ave.; Wyckoff Reformed Church; Everett Ave.; Ruins of a saw mill; Corines Quackenbush House (“Brownstone Inn); Aster Colege.
New Jersey Places: Y
BOX 48A/10 YARDVILLE: Plax company.
New Jersey Places: Unidentified
BOX 49/1 UNIDENTIFIED-CEMETARIES & STATUES.
BOX 49/2 UNIDENTIFIED-OCEAN SHORE, RIVERS, LAKES.
BOX 49/3 UNIDENTIFIED-GROUPS OR PARADES/CONVENTIONS
BOX 49/4 UNIDENTIFIED-CHURCHES.
BOX 49/5 UNIDENTIFIED-HOUSE–TINTYPE OF FAMILY AND LOG CABIN.
BOX 49/6 UNIDENTIFIED-RURAL SCENES.
BOX 49/7 UNIDENTIFIED-FACTORY WITH SMOKESTACK.
BOX 49/8 UNIDENTIFIED-CITY SCENES.
BOX 49/9 UNIDENTIFIED-HOUSES/DOMESTIC DWELLINGS
BOX 49A/10 UNIDENTIFIED-HOUSES/DOMESTIC DWELLINGS
BOX 49A/10a UNIDENTIFIED-HOUSES/DOMESTIC DWELLINGS
BOX 49A/11 UNIDENTIFIED-INDUSTRY/WORKERS.
BOX 49A/12 UNIDENTIFIED-HEAVY CONSTRUCTION BY LABORERS INTERNATIONAL UNION CA. 1954.
BOX 50/1 UNIDENTIFIED-RICHARD AVERILL SMITH PHOTO’S OF DOMESTIC INTERIORS, CA. 1950’s.
BOX 50/2 UNIDENTIFIED-LODGES, RECREATIONAL/SUMMER, (Wm. Cone)
BOX 50/3 UNIDENTIFIED
BOX 50/4 NEW JERSEY PLACES-GENERAL
BOX 50/5 NJ TERCENTARY PICTORAL CALENDAR 1964.
BOX 50/6 OUT OF STATE-NEARBY.
OS 1/1 ANDOVER, SUSSEX COUNTY. Opening of Camp Norland (Nazi Party), 1937.
OS 1/2 ASBURY PARK, MONMOUTH COUNTY. Prints etc.
OS 1/3 ASBURY PARK, MONMOUTH COUNTY-SS MORO CASTLE, 1934.
OS 1/4 ATLANTIC CITY-Youngs Million Dollar Pier, 1915.
OS 1/5 ATLANTIC CITY-Prints.
OS 1/6 “B” BALSTON; BASKING RIDGE; BEDMINSTER?
OS 1/7 BAYVILLE, OCEAN COUNTY–Falkenburg House (Isaih Ames)
OS 1/8 “B” BARNEGAT, BERNARDSVILLE, BLAIRSTOWN, BURLINGTON.
OS 1/9 BLAIRSTOWN-Panoramic view.
OS 1/10 BELLEVILLE, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 2/1 BERGEN, BERGEN COUNTY-Dutch Reformed church.
OS 2/2 BERGEN COUNTY–FORT LEE; RAMAPO RIVER (OAKLAND), ENGLEWOOD; HACKENSACK; RUTHERFORD, TENAFLY.
OS 2/3 BLOOMFIELD, ESSEX COUNTY. PHOTOGRAPHS.
OS 2/4 BLOOMFIELD, ESSEX COUNTY. PRINTS,
OS 2/5 BOONTON, MORRIS COUNTY.
OS 2/6 BURLINGTON COUNTY- including BURLINGTON, MOORESTOWN, JOBSTOWN, BORDENTOWN, MT. HOLLY and elsewhere.
OS 3/1 CAPE MAY COUNTY
OS 3/2 CALDWELL, ESSEX COUNTY-John Corey house; CHATHAM-MORRIS COUNTY-Aaron Jewel house; CONVENT STATION, MORRIS COUNTY-Stockon house.
OS 3/3 CAMDEN COUNTY including CAMDEN, HADDONFIELD and elsewhere.
OS 3/4 CUMBERLAND COUNTY including BRIDGETON, VINELAND and elsewhere.
OS 3/5 CLINTON FALLS-Clinton Furnace & Clinton Reservoir
OS 3/6 DELAWARE WATER GAP.
OS 3/7 DOVER, MORRIS COUNTY.
OS 4/1 EAST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 4/2 EAST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY-House of Maple St.; 1902 graduating class of E.O. High School.
OS 4/3 EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, ATLANTIC COUNTY.
OS 4/4 ELBERON, MONMOUTH COUNTY-Kinney house.
OS 4/5 ELIZABETH, UNION COUNTY.
OS 4/6 ELIZABETH, UNION COUNTY-St. Patrick’s Church.
OS 4/7 ESSEX COUNTY PARK COMMISSION, 1897.
OS 4/8 FAR HILLS, SOMERSET COUNTY; FLEMINGTON, HUNTERDON COUNTY; FRANKLIN FURNACE.
OS 4/9 FLORHAM PARK, MORRIS COUNTY-Boxwood Hall.
OS 5/1 GLEN RIDGE, ESSEX COUNTY; GLENWOOD, SUSSEX COUNTY.
OS 5/2 GLOUCESTER COUNTY including RED BANK, GLASSBORO, SWEDESBORO.
OS 5/3 GREENWOOD LAKE, PASSAIC COUNTY.
OS 5/4 GRIGGSTOWN, SOMERSET COUNTY-Tugboat “Mabel” on Delaware and Raritan Canal.
OS 5/5 HACKETTSTOWN, WARREN COUNTY; HAMBURG, SUSSEX COUNTY; HARRISON, HUDSON COUNTY-Alfred Swan of Edison Lamp Works, 1920; HIBERNIA, MORRIS COUNTY.
OS 5/6 HIGHLANDS, MONMOUTH COUNTY (William O McDowell, 1892 ceremony)
OS 6/1 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy- Baseball, LaCrosse,. Football, academic matters.
OS 6/2 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy–Washington D.C. trips.
OS 6/3 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy/Hoboken Academy, ca. 1900. Class photograph.
OS 6/4 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy/Hoboken Academy, ca. 1898. Class photograph.
OS 6/5 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy.
OS 6/6 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy.
OS 6/7 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy.
OS 6/8 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy-Basketball, 1925, 1931, 1932.
OS 6/9 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy-Football team.
OS 6/10 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy-Baseball team.
OS 6/11 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy-Football team.
OS 6/12 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Stevens Academy-Football team.
OS 7/1 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Prints.
OS 7/2 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY-Prints–Baseball & Cricket scenes at the Elysian Fields.
OS 7/3 HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY–Stevens Castle, German Club of Hoboken in blackface, 1897.
OS 7/4 HUDSON COUNTY including KEARNY, HARRISON, BAYONNE.
OS 7/5 HUNTERDON COUNTY including High Bridge near Clinton; massacre of Blacks near Patenburg; others.
OS 7/6 IRVINGTON, ESSEX COUNTY-Alfred Hunter home.
OS 8/1 JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY.
OS 8/2 JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY-Communipaw.
OS 8/3 JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY-Prints.
OS 8/4 JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY-Booklet of 1892 photographs.
OS 8/5 JOBSTOWN, BURLINGTON COUNTY.
OS 9/1 KINGSLAND, LYNDHURST, BERGEN COUNTY.
OS 9/2 KINGSLAND HOMESTEAD–BARBADOES, NJ–LYNDHURST.
OS 9/3 LAKE HOPATCONG.
OS 9/4 LEESBURG, CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
OS 9/5 LIVINGSTON, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 9/6 LONG BRANCH, MONMOUTH COUNTY-Prints.
OS 9/7 LONG BRANCH, MONMOUTH COUNTY-Prints.
OS 9/8 MIDDLESEX COUNTY-MENLO PARK, WOODBRIDGE, NEW MARKET, JAMESBURG (excluding Perth Amboy and New Brunswick).
OS 10/1 MADISON, MORRIS COUNTY; MATAWAN, MONMOUTH COUNTY; MAY’S LANDING, ATLANTIC COUNTY; MERCHANTVILLE, CAMDEN COUNTY; MENDHAM, MORRIS COUNTY.
OS 10/2 MIDDLEBUSH, SOMERSET COUNTY; MILBURN, ESSEX COUNTY; MINISINK, MORRIS COUNTY; MONTVILLE, MORRIS COUNTY; MOUNT HOLLY, BURLINGTON COUNTY.
OS 10/3 MONMOUTH COUNTY–ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, RED BANK, NEVERSINK, OCEANPORT, SQUAN BEACH (MANASQUAN), DEAL BEACH, FREEHOLD, OLD TENENT CHURCH, SEA BRIGHT and elsewhere. Prints. Excluding Long Branch and Asbury Park.
OS 10/4 MONMOUTH COUNTY–BATTLE OF MONMOUTH-Prints.
OS 10/5 MONTCLAIR, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 10/6 MORRIS CANAL.
OS 10/7 MORRISTOWN, MORRIS COUNTY
OS 10/8 MORRIS COUNTY–MORRISTOWN, MADISON, WHIPPANY, LAKE HOPATCONG, PARSIPPANY, DOVER, SCHOOLEY MOUNTAIN, BOONTON, and elsewhere.
OS 11/1 NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
OS 11/2 NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
OS 11/3 NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
OS 11/4 NEW DURHAM, MIDDLESEX COUNTY; NORTH BERGEN, HUDSON COUNTY (Louis Becker’s Falkenstein); NORTH BRANCH, SOMERSET.
OS 11/5 OAK RIDGE RESERVOIR DAM; OGDENSBURG, SUSSEX COUNTY.
OS 11/6 OCEAN COUNTY including Barnegat, cranberry bogs and elsewhere.
OS 11/7 OCEAN GROVE, MONMOUTH COUNTY.
OS 12/1 ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 12/2 OXFORD FURNACE, WARREN COUNTY. 1888?
OS 12/3 PASSAIC -Kenilworth Society, 1909. Group portrait.
OS 12/4 PASSAIC COUNTY including Passaic (Aquakanock), Greenwood Lake, Little Falls and elsewhere.
OS 12/5 PATERSON, PASSAIC COUNTY-PASSAIC FALLS.
OS 12/6 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY.
OS 13/1 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY.
OS 13/2 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY.
OS 13/3 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY.
OS 13/4 PATERSON, PASSIAC COUNTY
OS 14/1 PARSIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY; PATENBURG; HUNTERDON COUNTY; PHILLIPSBURG, WARREN COUNTY; POMPTON PLAINS, MORRIS COUNTY.
OS 14/2 PERTH AMBOY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
OS 14/3 PERTH AMBOY, AMBOY, SOUTH AMBOY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
OS 14/4 PRINCETON and elsewhere in MERCER COUNTY including PENNINGTON, HOPEWELL, LAWRENCEVILLE.
OS 14/5 PRINCETON, MERCER COUNTY.
OS 14/6 RANCOCAS, BURLINGTON COUNTY; RED BANK, GLOUCESTER COUNTY; ROCKY HILL, SOMERSET COUNTY; RUMSON, MONMOUTH COUNTY.
OS 15/1 RARITAN, SOMERSET COUNTY-Warren Harding at Frelinghuysen’s, 1921.
OS 15/2 SANDY HOOK, MONMOUTH COUNTY.
OS 15/3 SEA GIRT, MONMOUTH COUNTY.
OS 15/4 SERGEANTSVILLE, HUNTERDON COUNTY; SHORT HILLS, ESSEX COUNTY; SOMERVILLE, SOMERSET COUNTY; SPRINGFIELD, UNION COUNTY.
OS 15/5 SOMERSET COUNTY-Prints. Includes Washington Rock, Somersville and elsewhere.
OS 15/6 SOUTH ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY.
OS 15/7 SUSSEX COUNTY-Prints.
OS 16/1 TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY-Prints.
OS 16/2 TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY.
OS 16/3 TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY
OS 16/4 UNION COUNTY including UNION, RAHWAY, ELIZABETH, BLAIRSTOWN, PLAINFIELD and elsewhere.
OS 16/5 WARREN COUNTY-WASHINGTON twp., HACKETTSTOWN, BELVIDERE, ANDERSONTOWN, PAHAQUARRY.
OS 16/6 WAWAYANDA, SUSSEX COUNTY; WAYNE, PASSAIC COUNTY; WEEHAWKEN, HUDSON COUNTY; WEST NEW YORK, HUDSON COUNTY; WESTFIELD, UNION COUNTY.
OS 17/1 WEEHAWKEN, HUDSON COUNTY.
OS 17/2 WEST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY including Eagle Rock Reservation.
OS 17/3 WEST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY including Thomas Edison.
OS 17/4 PLACES-UNIDENTIFIED including domestic dwellings, rural scenes, and road or industrial workers.
OS 17/5 PLACES-UNIDENTIFIED including lithographs of Women voting in 19th century in NJ. 1960 calender. Other items.
OS 17/6 PlACES-UNIDENTIFIED–New Jersey general scenes.
OS 18/1 PLACES-OTHER STATES–New York, prints.
OS 18/2 PLACES-OTHER STATES–New York, photographs.
OS 18/3 PLACES-OTHER STATES–Massachusetts & New England including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticutt.
OS 19/1 PLACES-OTHER STATES–Pennslyvania.
OS 19/2 PLACES-OTHER STATES–Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland.
OS 19-20 PLACES-FOREIGN LANDS/MISC. U.S. Includes Engravings used for American Bank Co.; Thomas Rowlandson engravings; Landscape illustrations used for the Life of Lord Byron; engravings of groups; series of engravings by artists including Cordot; Europe; Holy Land; people in domestic scenes; and The Dream City, a publication of the Columbian Exposition in St. Louis, 1893.
Greetings from Eatontown (autumn scenes); Old Mill; Aerial
DOS ATLANTIC CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY. Grande Logde group photograph at the Steel Pier. 1922.
DOS ATLANTIC CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY. Patriarch Militant? Division of NJ. Large group in front of St. Nicholas church. One African-American in the backgroup.
DOS BRIDGETON. South Jersey Institute for the Education of Both Sexes. 19th century. Lithograph.
DOS CAMDEN, CAMDEN COUNTY. Color drawing of Victor Talking Machine Factories. 1978.21.
DOS BELVIDERE, WARREN COUNTY. Its Capabilities & Resourcess. Color Lithograph, 19th century.
DOS BLAIRSTOWN, WARREN COUNTY. Lithograph. 19th century.
DOS CAMP MERRIT. Panoramic view, 1917.
DOS CAPE MAY, CAPE MAY COUNTY. Steamer Republic. Color chronolith. Early 20th century.
DOS DELAWARE WATER GAP. Views of the Water Gap and Columbia Glass Works, River Delaware. 19th century. Engraving.
DOS EAST ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY. East Orange Riding & Driving Club. Edward Jackson, Halsted Street. 1890.
DOS EGG HARBOR CITY, ATLANTIC COUNTY. Birdseye View of Egg Harbor City, NJ. Ca. 1865. Color lithograph.
DOS ELIZABETH, UNION COUNTY- “Compliments of Peter Breidt City Brewing Co. 19th century lithograph of brewery.
DOS FLEMINGTON, 1883.
DOS FLEMINGTON, House at Flemington, ca. 1986.
DOS HIGH BRIDGE, HUNTERDON COUNTY Lake Solitude Dam, ca. 2007
DOS HIGHTSTOWN. New Jersey Classical and Scientific Institute. 19th century.
DOS HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY.? Promenade.
DOS HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY. Franklin Terrace, Hudson Street. Built by R.L. Stevens. Ca. 1850. Color lithograph.
DOS HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY. Busch’s Hotel. 19th century. Lithograph.
DOS HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY. Birdseye view of Hoboken, 1860. Lithograph.
DOS HOBOKEN, HUDSON COUNTY. Stevens Academy panoramic group portraits of students. 1921, 1923, 1925. 3 items.
DOS JERSEY CITY, HUDSON COUNTY-“View of Jersey City.” 19th century. Color Lithograph.
DOS LONG BRANCH, MONMOUTH COUNTY. Sea Bathing-Metropolitan Hotel. Color Lithograph. 19th century.
DOS MORRISTOWN, MORRIS COUNTY. Julio H. Rae’s Model Card. Several business cards on poster. 19th century.
DOS MORRISTOWN, MORRIS COUNTY. State Asylum For the Insane. 1875. Lithograph.
DOS NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY. Rutgers College in New Brunswick. 1879 color lithograph.
DOS NEW BRUNSWICK, MIDDLESEX COUNTY. City of New Brunswick, 1880. Lithograph.
DOS PATERSON, PASSAIC COUNTY. Paterson Iron Co. Manufacturers of Steamboat and Railroad Forging. 19th century.
DOS PRINCETON, MERCER COUNTY. Morven. 1959 color lithograph.
DOS PRINCETON, MERCER COUNTY. A North west Prospect of Nassau Hall with front view of the Presidents House. Color, from an old print, 1867.
DOS SCHRAATENBURGH. Old North Reformed Church, 1868.
DOS SEA GIRT, MONMOUTH COUNTY. Camp Edge 2nd NJ Artillery. 1918. Panoramic view.
DOS SOUTH ORANGE, ESSEX COUNTY. Birdseye View of South Orange, 1877. Color lithograph.
DOS TRENTON, MERCER COUNTY. The State Capitol. Engravings of exteriors; architectural plans for interior; and elevations. 9 items.
DOS WEEHAWKEN, HUDSON COUNTY. New York from Weehawk, 1823. Color engraving.
DOS MISC. Trolley Tours in Jersey. Public Service System brochure and map. Trolley system. Early 20th century.