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.)
Entrance to Bosco Parrasio where the academy of Arcadia met.
Boy and Girl on St. Patrick's Day Postcard Greeting to Miss Madeleine Kochlein, Liberty Corner, N.J., from Grandma Boyle.
St. Patrick's Day Postcard Greeting Featuring Blarney Castle. Not sent.
1910 Memorial Day Postcard-Flag and Drum. Sent to Mrs. John Boyle, Basking Ridge, N.J.
1910 Happy New Year Postcard Greeting to Mrs. John Boyle of Basking Ridge, N.J.
Possible RIC VII Siscia 200? (Mint mark *ASIS*)
Initally classified as a coin of Gordian, reverse iconography allows identification with a series of coins minted between 364-392 C.E. by the emperors Valentinian I, Valentinian II, and Valens. Condition impedes more precise identification. Cf. RIC IX Alexandria 1A, 4A; IX Antioch 10A, 35A; IX Aquileia 11A, 45A; IX Arelate 7A, 16A; IX Constantinople 16A, 41A; IX Cyzicus 8A, 12A; IX Heraclea 3A, 9A; IX Lugdunum 10A, 20A; IX Nicomedia 9A; IX Rome 15A, 23A,...
1909 Thanksgiving Postcard Greeting-Boy Brings Turkey. Sent to Mrs. John Boyle, Basking Ridge, N.J.
1907 Birthday Greeting Postcard-Flowers. Sent to Miss Madeleine Kochlein, Liberty Corner, N.J.
1908 Thanksgiving Postcard Greeting-Uncle Sam in Cart. Sent to Mr. Georgie Hummer, New York, NY.
Advertisements featured in print and digital throughout the yearlong celebration of Newark's 350th Anniversary.
Though identified here as RIC IV Philip I 27, it may be RIC IV Philip I 240 (244-249 C.E., Antioch), if the obverse bust is taken to be beardless and of Philip II.
Denominational classification uncertain.
1908 New Year's Postcard Greeting to Mrs. John Boyle of Peapack, N.J.
1904 Valentine's Day Postcard Greeting to Miss Madeleine Kochlein of Liberty Corner, N.J.
Black and White postcard of Washington School, New Brunswick, N. J.
Street map of Moorestown, NJ created by the Moorestown Chronicle and published November 22, 1934. The map was illustrated by W. Kenderdine on August 20, 1934. Map features a drawing of the Chronicle's office and a key showing other notable buildings and landmarks along with the Long Branch division of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
A fisherman is on the boat "ANNA, Atlantic City". Houses and other boats can be seen in the background.
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 Toms River sector.
Bull's eye canteen (early 1860's) painted gold with a gray base coat. Strap is a red, white and blue ribbon. Paint is chipping off. Believed to be painted at a later date. Believed to be carried by Private W.H. Hardy throughout the war.Private William H. H. Hardy served in Co. K 3rd Regiment New Jersey Brigade Militia (19th Regiment Infantry). His term of service lasted for three months, from April 27 '61 to July 31...