Seabrook Farms office personnel. Emma Henderson, Accounting. Charles Saunders, Label Department. Howard Hotchkiss, Cost Accounting.
Map showing pierhead line in the Atlantic Ocean in the Borough of Wildwood Crest in the County of Cape MayNo Name Supplied
Map showing pierhead line in the Atlantic Ocean in he Borough of Wildwood Crest. Board of Commerce and Navigation map number 309.
This map of Atlantic City is on one side of a tri-fold brochure for Kents Restaurant. Map specifically highlights locations of businesses run by Kents as well as specific parking areas and other notable landmarks. The quickest routes to the Kents establishments are bolded. There are also indexes of local hotels and churches.
This is a photo-postcard of a group of twelve unidentified men, in civilian clothing but sporting hats and medallions indicating either membership in a club or perhaps a common military background. This postcard is postmarked July 2, 1906, and bears a message written in fraktur by Egg Harbor City's Henry Kann to his wife. First row: unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown. Second row: unknown, unknown, unknown. Third row: unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown.
Scale: 1:1200Drainage Basin: Hudson
Dated to approximately 1950, this card table's top is embossed with advertisements for individuals and local businesses in South Amboy, NJ, and the vicinity.
Children from Seabrook Farms having a fishing good time.
The Church at Allenwood, N.J.
Parades and public gatherings, a group of men with American and Israeli flags make their way down an unidentified street, circa 1925.
Hudson River - NY& NJ boundary line. NJ side starting at Fort Lee north to Haverstraw, NY. NY side beginning at New York City northward to Ossining.Map gives water depths, tidal flows, & land elevations of the surrounding area.
Gene "Knocker" Nakata painting a "STOP" sign at Seabrook Farms, New Jersey. Picture taken on June 11, 1953.
This is one in a series of 455 mid 20th century fire insurance maps produced by the Fire Insurance Rating Organization of New Jersey.
Keystone Dairy Co. 7th & Jefferson Street showing horses & milk wagons, later called Jansen's Dairy, ca. 1909
Photograph taken inside St. Joseph's Church of the May procession as the crown is being placed on the statue of Mary.
New building added as new and improved methods of farming and processing enable this to be the largest frozen food company in the world (Image 3 of 3)No Name Supplied
New building added as new and improved methods of farming and processing enable Seabrook Farms to be the largest frozen food company in the world.Picture taken on February 26, 1953.
Nakumara farm was purchased by Kiyomi and Ellen Nakamura in 1947. It was located in Elmer, NJ. This picture shows one of the farm trucks loaded with produce.
One of a collection of photographs of Temple Sholom Sisterhood presidents, formerly hung in the 7th Street, Plainfield building.
Group of people standing outdoors.
This quilt was designed with the theme Black Lives Matter . It's a three part quilt in which each panel explains the history of African American treatments regarding our lives from Africa 1600 to America 2016. Panel 1- shows the starts of slavery from the West Coast of Africa with Africans being taken from their homes in chains. Panel 2 -This panel shows the lynching of African Americans. Panel 3 - This one shows the...
Revised map of property belonging to Cape May Real Estate Company in Cape May City, New Jersey and adjacent to Cape May City in Cape May County, N.J. INo Name Supplied
Map of Cape May City and a portion of Cape May County showing waterways and high and low water lines.
Members of the Junior Museum staged pageants and plays to coincide with their annual meeting. Older children conducted background research and wrote the scripts, with guidance from the staff, as well as designed the sets and costumes. Pageants typically reflected themes present in an ongoing exhibition. Three members of the cast.
Presentation of certificate of appreciation, groundbreaking ceremony for the Roseland Free Public Library, Roseland, N.J., November 1&, 1985Gene Collard
Certificates of appreciation for donations are given on the occasion of the Groundbreaking Ceremony on the new library site, 20 Roseland Avenue, Roseland, NJ, on Sunday, November 1&, 1985. In Photo left to right, Milton J. "Bud" Strauss, Co-Chair library building fund committee, Elise Blum, Co-Chair library building fund committee, Mayor Richard Leonard, and recipient, Paul Kommer.
Inscription lower left: "Oscar Anderson fecit" Lower right: "Tr.hos Abr. Lundquist & Co. Stockholm" Study of three horse heads and two pairs of feet.