Bordentown Library Association

1920-1929

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Title: 13 East Church Street
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description:
Title: 140 SecondStreet
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description:
Title: Bordentown Public Schools Faculty 1920
Topic: Schools
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: Photo of the faculty in the year 1920. Note Dr. Seivers daughter, Nelchen, back row, third in from the right. Also note Robert Oberholser.
Title: Dr. L. E. MacDermid
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: Home of Dr. L. E. MacDermid, prior to the addition of the doctor's office onto the right-hand side of the building, located at 506 Farnsworth Avenue. Dr. MacDermid was known to be one of the last doctors to make house calls. The home and office are now a private residence.
Title: Groveman Building
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: A photo of the Groveman Buliding, locatd at 140 Farnsworth, Bordentown, NJ
Title: Harford tugboat
Topic: Transportation
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: Photo showing the tugboat Harford at the foot of Farnsworth AVenue in the Delaware River
Title: Interior of Burr's Store
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: This is an interior photograph from Burr's General Store, formerly located at the corner of Crosswicks Street and Farnsworth Avenue. The owner, Samuel Burr, founded the store with his Civil War bonus called muster out pay.
Title: Train in the snow
Topic: Transportation
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: This photo shows a train during a heavy snow. To the left at the top of the hill is a row of homes that was known as Coconut Hill, where now stands the parking lot of the Episcopal Church.
Title: View of Prince Street
Topic: Buildings
Format: Photographs
Time Period: 1920-1929
Description: A view looking down Prince Street towards Park Street. The sixth home down is no longer there and is currently a yard. Note the Episcopal Church at the far right.
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