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This is a drawing of Ho-Ho-Kus as it appeared in 1876. It includes the names of land owners, large building names, the placement of the Railroad and Sylvan Lake.

This is a map of Morris County from 1853. Note that the county only had 11 townships - Chester, Chatham, Hanover, Jefferson, Mendham, Morristown, Pequannock, Randolph, Rockaway, Roxbury, and Washington.

This is a map created for the Bergen County Tax Board in 1930. The map includes main streets such as Racetrack Road, Warren Boulevard, Sherwood Road, Elmwood Avenue and Franklin Turnpike. The map lists Samuel Nagle as the owner of the property…

This map was created for tax purposes. The land bordering Ridgewood and Ho-Ho-Kus, then called Orvil, was being sold by Richard W. Buckley and bought by J.L. Vansant. This is the first of two maps showing the land being transferred. The map also…

This topographical map was published before the Civil War. It's details were so extensive that it became the primary map used by New Jersey generals during the Civil War. It also provides an excellent snapshot of the locations of various roads and…

This is a map of Paterson, New Jersey from 1871, It was done by J.H. Goetschius. Surveyor. It was published by Joseph E. Crowell & Co., 1871 & Co. under the authority of Board of Aldermen. During the latter part of the 1800s, silk production was the…
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