Somerset County voter registration ledger for the year 1904. 266 residents listed in Bedminster Township and surrounding communities including Peapack, Gladstone, Lamington, Pluckemin and Pottersville. Certified by members of the "Board of Registry and Elections" on the start and end dates of registration: Sept. 13, 1904 and Nov. 1, 1904
Two drawings, side by side (postcard format). One is of the exterior of St. Joseph's Church in Camden, N.J. The second drawing is an altar scene which shows the church bells prepared for a dedication ceremony. The caption on the postcard is in Polish and reads "In commemoration of a dedication of the bells at St. Joseph church."
A gathering of what appears to be the Ku Klux Klan.
This photograph is looking up-stream. It is a view of the Pennsylvania Rail Road bridge over the Cedar Creek which is located in Egg Harbor City, NJ. There are two women sitting on the left side of the bridge. Louise Townsend is to the right. The other woman is unidentified.
Map includes listing of officers and directors of association.
Moneyer not otherwise known. This series includes denarii featuring each of the muses, as well as Hercules Musarum.
Color postcard, with postmark date of January 1908, featuring one of four entrance gates to Rutgers College. This one, located at George and Somerset Streets, is the Class of 1883 Memorial Gates. These gates were erected in 1904 by the Class of 1883, in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of its graduation. Designed by architect Frederick P. Hill, a member of the class, the gates were redesigned in 1929 to adapt to modern taste and...
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Dr. Thornthwaite being interviewed by radio station KYW with an arieal view of Seabrook Farms as a backdrop. Dr. Thronthwaite invented the "comptometer" and is explaining this to the interviewer.
Canvassing Book from 1900 listing names of residents of Bedminster and surrounding communities for purposes of voter registration.
This photograph, found among the photos of Louise Townsend Sculthorpe, was taken on the train tracks near Egg Harbor City, circa 1918 - 1920. Two men are clearly pictured, one bound helplessly to the tracks, the other laughing down at his apparently terrified victim. The oncoming train on the horizon adds further interest to this remarkable image.The playful villain may be Thomas Sculthorpe of Whiting, NJ.
"Mr. JACL," Sam Kido, visiting Seabrook Farms.
Digging out after the storm, at the north end of Pluckemin
This is one in a series of 455 mid 20th century fire insurance maps produced by the Fire Insurance Rating Organization of New Jersey.
Seabrook Farms personnel checking out tires. Pictured here are Jimmy Michelle and Al Kuehn.
Sheet 1: Map shows plan for bridges in Robinsons Branch, as well as water depths and coordinates of specific points.Sheet 2: Map shows plans for Monroe Street Bridge, Pennsylvania Railroad, and Elizabeth Avenue Bridge.Sheet 3: Map shows plans for Monroe Street Bridge and others, as well as water depths.Sheet 4: Map shows plans for various bridges in Union County, and also includes water depths.
Miguel Gonzalez from Cuba, working on visors. NJ Headwear Corporation, Jersey City, NJ. July 14, 1997.