Map of the property of the Park Heights Land and Water Company of Passaic, N.J. which was bounded by Garfield, Glenside, Passaic and Ridge Avenues and The Circle. The local station for the Delaware Lackawanna Western Railroad is shown in bottom right corner.
Delaware and Raritan Canal historic map extending through Mercer, Somerset, Middlesex, Hunterdon and Burlington Counties, N.J. Insets of northern New Jersey with major waterways and of Trenton, N.J. in 1897. A short history of New Jersey's oldest major man made water resource including four color illustrations. Legend indicates roads, railroads, canals, historic sites, lakes and streams, locks and pool elevations above sea level. Guide shows water levels in the main and feeder channels of the...
Inside cover of a series of master sites maps and aerial photographs of Ocean County, New Jersey showing sites for development. This page is a list of figures and facts of life on Ocean County, New Jersey, compiled by A. Paul King, Freeholder.
The carte de visite was a type of small photograph mounted on a thick paper card, usually the size of a calling card, making it easily tradeable among friends and visitors. It was popular through the 1860's, after which it was supplanted by the larger cabinet card.Samuel Ross (? ~ 7/15/1894) was commissioned as 1st Lieutenant of Co. K, 3rd New Jersey Militia on April 27, 1861, and mustered out on July 31st, 1861. He...
This undated photograph is a family portrait of Mrs. Frank Camillo (formerly Marie Scozzio), Anna Camillo (Hesse), and baby Salvadore Camillo. Anna Camillo was approximately four years old when this image was taken.This photograph was taken on the corner of Philadelphia Avenue and Agassiz Street in Egg Harbor City, NJ. A drapery hangs in the background. A rather tired-looking Mrs. Camillo is seated in a wicker chair, holding the baby in her lap. Anna stands...
A letter from the Rev. Samuel Blanchard Howe's sister,Anne, that informed Samuel their nephew James Fairbairn was now in Washington and was expecting everyday to be ordered to Richmond.
Main map of Ocean County shows county, township and boro boundary lines, highways, railroads and inland waterways along with various symbols designating fishing and game concentrations.
Tasting the spaghetti before serving out to the public at March of Dimes Benefit, January 18, 1955. Johnny Ferrillo serves the spaghetti, Mrs. Conover watches.
A descriptive paragraph details the previous maps dating back to 1804 that were utilized to compile the contemporary version. There is also data on assignment of lot numbers and owners of some of these lots. At the bottom right is an artists depiction of the city from the shore of the Cunard Docks by D. H. Arnot.
Map of the vicinity of Camp Dix. One of multiple plates in map. Map emphasizes topography including mountains and vegetation. Based on U.S.G.S. map. Legend designates Metalled roads, ordinary roads, private or unimproved roads, telegraph lines, division headquarters and U.S. reservation boundries. Paragraph in bottom right corner details the scale used to measure distance. Map created by Lithographer Chas Hart.
Map of Hackneys Restaurant in Atlantic City, Atlantic County, New Jersey. Main routes for travel by automobile, boat, bus, trolley, rail and rolling chair (along Boardwalk) are highlighted in red.
Map of Forked River (now Lacey Township), Ocean County, N.J. is from Woolman and Rose's Atlas of the New Jersey Coast, 1878, Plate 25. Map notes names of property owners and wooded land. Includes segment of Toms River and Waretown railroad line.
Located at 40 Main Street, this building is at the site of one of several local craft shops surrounding the Old Mill, a historic site in Allentown, NJ.
Map of present day Rockaway Township details the contour and minerals on the tracts of the Hibernia Mines with the different types of ores noted by symbol or color. Map based on a New Jersey geological survey.
This is page five of the 1862 property tax book of Egg Harbor City, NJ. The page columns are as follows: Beginning with the first column on the left: name of the property owner, the owner's city of residence, type of construction (such as frame or brick), block and lot number, ??????
A geological map of New Jersey by Henry D. Rogers, professor of Geology in University of Pennsylvania "to accompany the Report on the Geology of New Jersey." Map color coded by type of rock or sediment including types of limestone, sandstone and ore.
Pair of aerial photographs that are part of an 8 sheet base map series of Ocean County, New Jersey, bound together as a book. Photographs depict sections of the Waretown sector, the state marina at Forked River Basin on left and Garden State Parkway and Barnegat Pines residental development in Lacey Township on right.
Large city map plus Index Map of entire city. This section encompasses Egg Harbor Township and Ventnor and includes a legend box designating types of buildings (brick, wood, stone), water mains, sewers and fire hydrants. This is the upper right quadrant of a large map that has been divided into 4 digital images.
Liberty Bank information booth is set-up in the City Hall Plaza to sell war bonds to help fund our efforts during World War I, circa 1918.Photographer Heinrichs Studio.
Land type areas of New Jersey, 1954. Color coded by types of glacial deposits and coastal plains. Created under the direction of the New Jersey Agricultural Exeperiment Station of Rutgers University and the U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service.
Sydenham dates the minting of this coin to c. 37 B.C.E. He identifies the obverse portrait as Acca Larentia, though Crawford identifies her as Diana Nemorensis. Sydenham identifies the reverse statues as the Nymphae Querquetulanae (Crawford identifies them as triple cult statues of Diana Nemorensis: Diana, Hecate, and Selene), and states that they are supporting five trees on a beam - an image which Crawford characterizes rather as a cypress grove standing behind the figures.
The state of New Jersey compiled from the most authentic information. Engraved for Mathew Carey's American edition of Guthrie's Geography Improved.
A letter from Dr. Henry Smith to Rev. Samuel Blanchard How asking the Rev. if the story in a New York Paper about southern students withdrawing from a New York Medical School was exaggerated. He believed that the "southern brethern" are carrying their case for slavery too far and that being American gave them a stronger bound to even the strongest abolitionist. Mr. Smith also informed Dr. How that he has rumors that he is...