Paterson postcard view of downtown Paterson City Hall located at 155 Market Street. Hamilton Trust Co. is the building on the left.
This is one in a series of 455 mid 20th century fire insurance maps produced by the Fire Insurance Rating Organization of New Jersey.
Crawford describes the obverse as having a varying legend while Sydenham describes a spcific legend for the obverse. As far as is possible to determine, given the coin's condition, the legend on the obverse of the coin in the Badian Collection appears to match the one given by Sydenham.
Construction proceeds on the enlarging plant at Seabrook Farms. Photograph taken March 2, 1953.
Boyd's Lakewood, N.J., Directory for 1909 lists Dr. William G. Schauffler as living at 400 Madison Ave., Lakewood (p. 90).
"Kine" (the mallets used in pounding moci) sitting in water. Picture taken on December 28, 1950 at Seabrook Farms, New Jersey.
Series of 6 survey maps showing the water line along the Passaic RIver in conjunction to property lots in the Borough of Rutherford, N.J.
Scale: 1:31680, 1:12000
Handwritten on album page: “Across ‘Froh-Heim’ meadows” Photo verso: “Across Schleys’ field from Bridge (Far Hills-Bedminster) Route #16. January 21, 1925. 11 degrees below zero.”
A black-and-white photograph postcard of the Bayard Street School.
Employee from the Seabrook Farms photo lab posing for the photographer.
We were to recreate the original quilt (Gee's Bend). I chose Loretta Pettway born 1942, Medallion ca. 1960, knit and cotton sacking material (87 x 70). In my quilt I used cotton fabricsized 40 x 30.
Supervisors being given management training at Seabrook Farms, New Jersey. Picture taken on April 20, 1951.
Henry Behnke of the Seabrook Farms Contract Department.
Map of Avalon, NJ showing real estate plots and grants for plots 31 and 32. Map covers area from Twenty Fifth Street to the north, Forty Second Street to the south, Fourth Avenue to the west, and Boulevard to the east.
Kimi Nakashima with her "little pinkie" up. Picture taken on February 15, 1952.
This object is a forgery based on the prototype RIC (Septimius Severus) 381, of ca. 211-217 C.E. Dr. Corey Brennan includes this object in the catalog for his 2017 exhibit on the counterfeiter Carl Wilhelm Becker, though he does not positively identify this object as Becker's work.
Aerial view of the newly completed intersection Forsgate Dr. and route 130.