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Far Hills, Admission ticket for L.B.J. Barbecue, September 27, 1964 - Verso

Michael C. Barr
Verso of admission ticket for the L.B.J. Barbecue held at Cragwood, the Far Hills home of the Charles W. Engelhards, in honor of Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of then United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Verso features a directional map of the local roads in Far Hills including Route 202. This front of this ticket was signed by from left to right: actor/singer Vic Damone, Betty Hughes, wife of then New Jersey governor Richard J....

Far Hills, Admission ticket for L.B.J. Barbecue, September 27, 1964

Michael C. Barr
Admission ticket for the L.B.J. Barbecue held at Cragwood, the Far Hills home of the Charles W. Engelhards, in honor of Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of then United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson. This ticket was signed by from left to right: actor/singer Vic Damone, Betty Hughes, wife of then New Jersey governor Richard J. Hughes; and actor Ben Gazzara. Also in attendance at this event was Sammy Davis Jr. Used by permission from Michael...

Oranges map 1878

No Name Supplied
Sunday school map of Orange and East Orange. Features directory of local churches.

Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone, image 5 of 7

L. Stanger
Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone NJ. Photographed by L. Stanger.

Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone, image 4 of 7

L. Stanger
Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone NJ. Photographed by L. Stanger.

Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone, image 3 of 7

L. Stanger
Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone NJ. Photographed by L. Stanger.

First Presbyterian Church, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white photo postcard with a postmark date of June 12, 1907. It was sent from New Brunswick to Pennsylvania. The church shown in the postcard was of Greet Revival style with its broad wall surfaces, Doric columns, and simple cornice with Triglyph decoration. It was burned down in 1947 and the current church was built on 100 Livingston Avenue in 1951.

Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone, image 2 of 7

Clarence Dillon Public Library
Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone NJ. Photographed by Haas.

Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone, image 1 of 7

Clarence Dillon Public Library & H.A. Strohmeyer
Horse and rider jumping hurdles at Hamilton Farm, Gladstone NJ. Photographed by H.A. Strohmeyer.

Gladstone, Hamilton Farm, main hosue prior to 1923 fire.

Clarence Dillon Public Library
Main house of Hamilton Farm, Gladstone. Thought to be taken prior to the 1923 fire.

Gladstone, Aerial view, Route 206/Pottersville Road intersection, c. 1960

Clarence Dillon Public Library
Aerial view of Route 206 and Pottersville Road near Gladstone, circa 1960.

Gladstone, Hamilton Farm aerial view pre-1923

Clarence Dillon Public Library
Aerial view of Hamilton Farm, Gladstone taken prior to the 1923 fire.

George Street, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white postcard of George Street, New Brunswick, N. J.

George Street, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Illustrated colored postcard of George Street, New Brunswick, N. J.

St. Peter's General Hospital, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Illustrated colored postcard of St. Peter's General Hospital.The building shown in this postcard was the original building of the second St. Peter's General Hospital in New Brunswick, which first opened its door on November 8, 1907. This frame structure, which served as the hospital until 1929, was the home of Postmaster Russell at the corner of Somerset and Hardenburgh Streets.

Saint Peter's General Hospital, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white photo postcard of St. Peter's General Hospital.Bed space was becoming increasingly inadequate at the original hospital building at the corner of Somerset and Hardenbergh Streets. A new hospital building had a grand opening on October 29, 1929 at the location of the first St. Peter's General Hospital on Easton Aveune (the land of St. Mary's Orphange Asylum.)

St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Illustrated colored postcard of St. Mary's Orphan Asylum. The building, c. 1875, was the first Saint Peter's Hospital at the head of Easton Avenue. The hospital was opened in October 1872 by Dr. Clifford T. Morrow and St. Peter's Church and closed only two years after in 1874. It was of ornate high Victorian structure with its mansard tower.

Wells Memorial Hospital, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white photo postcard of Well's Memorial Hospital with a postmark date of September 1907.Middlesex General Hospital is the oldest in Middlsex County and its inception dates from the year 1884, at which time it was known as the New Brunswick City Hospital. In May 1889, the first true hospital buidling on Somerset Street was erected and given by Mrs. Grace Wells, in memory of her husband. The name was changed to John Wells...

Horticultural Department, College Farm, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Undated, color photo, postcard of original Horticultural Department at Rutgers College. Greenhouses can be seen in the foreground and the academic building in the background.

Rutgers College Buildings, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Undated, black and white, postcard featuring the primary buildings of Rutgers College in the early 1900's as seen from the corner of George and Somerset Streets. From right to left are: Voorhees Hall, Kirkpatrick Chapel, Old Queen's, Geology Hall and Van Nest Hall.

N.J. State Experiment Station, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Color postcard, with postmark date of July 14, 1910, featuring the N.J. State Experiment Station located at Rutgers College. Built by the State of New Jersey for the State Agricultural Experiment Station, it also housed the chemistry and biology departments of the college. Today, the building is named New Jersey Hall and is located at 77 Hamilton Street. New Jersey Hall, situated on land deeded to Rutgers by James Neilson, was designed by George K....

Armory Building, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white photo postcard of Armory Building at Rutgers College. Servicemen are lined up on the front steps of the building. Postmarked December 1, 1906.

Memorial Gateway, Class 1902, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Color postcard of Class of 1902 Memorial Gateway. Erected in 1904 by the Class of 1902, the Gateway is located on Hamilton Street behind Old Queen's. The postcard has no date on it.

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