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Date Created1910
DescriptionWashington's Headquarters in Pluckemin was later known as the Teeple House and the Fenner House. The structure was torn down in 1940. (from an inscription on the verso)
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1925
DescriptionTwo days after the storm, the first cars make it through from Bernardsville, escorted by plows front and rear. Some of the cars had been abandoned in the drifts.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1925
DescriptionDigging out after the storm, at the north end of Pluckemin
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1925
DescriptionSnowstorm was January 29, 1925. Photos were taken January 31.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1858-1900
DescriptionThe former Methodist Chapel, constructed in 1852, originally stood in the present church parking lot. Moved to present site of Fellowship in 1851. Moved to its present location, north of the church...
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Date Created1900-1930
DescriptionAn old summer hotel on Burnt Mill Road became the first home of the Matheny School. The site is now Charles Momm's nursery.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1900
DescriptionElm Cottage, south of Burnt Mill Road on the west side Route 202-206. Removed circa 1975.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1925
DescriptionHandwritten 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.”
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created
DescriptionThe Lamington Larger Cross Roads school which is now a residence.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1918
DescriptionRose Garden at Blairsden, Peapack.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)