Removed in December 1911
Pluckemin children in an 1896 photo by Dr. John B. Beekman. Left to right: Inez Compton, Andrew Compton, Henry Beekman, Effie Beekman, Irving Fenner, Peter Ellis Burd, and Robert Burd.
Prison designed by Robert Mills, designer of the Washington Monument
Cataloger believes this to be R. Robotham's house on Ocean Avenue, between 4th and 5th Avenues in Belmar (formerly Ocean Beach), N.J.
Diameter 14” x 1” high, mound in middle 4” h x 4.5” diameter.
Undated postcard showing road just outside Pluckemin, NJ.
A man wearing glasses is bent over a sewing machine, working on a piece of dark cloth.
This is map 6 in the Sanborn series of maps of New Brunswick in 1886. It shows the area bounded by Somerset, George, Albany, and Water Street, with portions of Washington, Neilson, Peace, French, and the Delaware/Raritan Canal.
Type can include AQVAMAR (MAR ligatured), AQVAMAR C (MAR ligatured), AQVAMRC, or AQVAMARC. This variant shows AQVAMARC in an eight arched aqueduct.
Crawford notes the possibility that the warrior is Mars, and describes the passenger in the quadriga as a captive, while Badian and Sydenham both definitively describe the warrior as Mars, while Sydenham describes the passenger as Nerio, and Badian describes the passenger as other figure.
Demolished in December, 1911 to accommodate new high school
Black and white photograph postcard of Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, N. J.
This is one of a series of confirmation class portraits which hung in the 7th Street, Plainfield building of Temple Sholom. The names of those depicted in the photograph are listed on the mat.
[miter] gate metal bumper, or per Bill McKelvey, “automatic [miter] gate wicket closing lever.” (Artifact 76)Eric Schkrutz
25” with two rollers on it.“…[E]ssentially a device for automatically closing the wickets when the [miter] gate was moved to the open position. One end of it was secured to the vertical wicket rod. As the gate was opened the rollers touched the lock walls in the gate recess and rotated the wicket rods to close the wickets –simple but effective and it saved time for the locktender. Therefore, I would call it an “automatic...
Recently known as the Zelley property, N. Stanwick Ave., Moorestown. Has date and initials cut in stone (G. H. 1721) on east end section. West end also built very early. Interior dismantled. Every effort has been made to trace the builders but records are incomplete. An ancient burying ground is in rear of this property.
This circa 1900 photograph depicts the Teets Family on top of Hell Mountain, Tewksbury Township. Mountainville is at left and the hills of Fairmount are in the background. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Mantius Hutton Teets; her daughter, Lyda Teets Hann Orts; her daughter-in-law, Clara, wife of George Teets; and her husband, Mantius Hutton Teets. In front are George Ehman and his wife Minnie Teets, who is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs....
One of a collection of photographs of Temple Sholom Sisterhood presidents, formerly hung in the 7th Street, Plainfield building.
Home on south side of Rancocas-Mt. Holly Rd. 1756. The date is well authenticated but original pioneer is unknown. The west portion is the oldest, the lines of which are well marked by projecting rows of brick. Interior is antique. The ancient road passed south of this house and the door shown was no doubt the old front entrance. It is quite possible that this was one of the divisions of the William Woolman estate...
1930 Real Estate Plat-Book of the City of Trenton and Borough of Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey (Plate 30 of 48, Trenton)No Name Supplied
In addition to the title page, the 1930 Plat-Book contains three indices and 48 detailed map plates of the city of Trenton, and 6 detailed map plates and one page containing three indices for the borough of Princeton. Plate 30 of the 1930 Real Estate Plat-Book, includes parts of Trenton's Wards 1, 5 and 12. The map scale for this plate is 1" = 150'.