Bordentown Library Association


The creation of this website began in 2008 with an idea generated by members of the Bordentown Library Trustees. 

There was the feeling that many residents have valuable artifacts, documents, photos, etc., about Bordentown that are unique to each individual but are unavailable to the general public. The trustees felt that people would be very interested in sharing and investigating such items and that the best possible way to do this would be to launch a website of their own creation.








Top Left: Children from Thompson Street, 1930's. Courtesy of Rick Ellis
Center Left: Original Bordentown Train Station, torn down in 1960's. Courtesy of Rick Ellis
Bottom Left: Interior of the Yankee Clipper Diner, located at the intersection of Route 206 and Elizabeth Street. Courtesy of Rick Ellis

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