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The Proprietary House served as the royal governor's home from 1764 through 1776. It was constructed by architect John Edward Pryor and first served as the home to Royal Governor Chief Justice Smyth. It was also the home of the last royal governor,…

This is a photograph of the Sylvan Lake Hotel. This three story building located near the original train station at the top of Hollywood Avenue, was a hotel used by vacationers. This was also the original meeting house of the Ridgewood Free Masons.…

Woodrow Wilson resided at this home while he was a professor at Princeton University in the late 19th Century. The house is a Tudor Revival and was constructed in 1895.

Woodrow Wilson resided at this home while he was a professor at Princeton University in the late 19th Century. The home was purchased by Wilson in 1889. The home was constructed in 1836 and is a Tudor Revival.

The Proprietary House served as the royal governor's home from 1764 through 1776. It was constructed by architect John Edward Pryor and first served as the home to Royal Governor Chief Justice Smyth. It was also the home of the last royal governor,…

Woodrow Wilson resided at this home while he was a professor at Princeton University in the late 19th Century.

Now part of Monmouth University since 1956 and known as Woodrow Wilson Hall, this structure was originally known as “Shadow Lawn.” President Wilson stayed here during his campaign in the summer of 1916. The original structure was built on Joseph…

Located on the grounds of Princeton University, President Woodrow Wilson lived here while President of Princeton University. This Italianate Victorian mansion was built by architect John Notman in 1850. From 1879 until 1968 the building served as…

By the spring of 1899, Vice President Garret Hobart was ill with cardiac illness. He needed to recuperate and so he retreated to his birthplace at the shore in Long Branch. There he was visited by President William McKinley. Hobart succumbed to heart…

The 22nd and 24th President was born on March 18, 1837 in a modest construction of Federal and Greek architecture. Built in 1832, the house was the residence of a local Presbyterian minister. The Cleveland family resided in the home for nearly a…

Built by the mayor of “Elizabethtown” in 1750, Boxwood Hall was home to patriot and lawyer Elias Boudinot. On the way to New York City for his inauguration in 1789, President-elect George Washington stopped at the house. Other notable visitors…

This is a photograph of downtown Ho-Ho-Kus; the time of the photograph is unknown. The pharmacy shown in the picture stands where the Miniature Golf Course was once located.

This wallpaper was removed from the walls of the Van Allen House in 1976 when the house was undergoing evaluation to see if it could be restored. The wallpaper comes from the 1890s.

This is an old photograph of the Ho-Ho-Kus Hermitage. The estate was originally owned by James Laroe and purchased by Elijah Rosengrant, later to be changed to Rosencrantz, in 1807 for $1,325. The Rosencrantz house was donated to the state in 1971…

For safety reasons, President Ulysses S. Grant’s wife and children resided at the house at 309 Wood Street in Burlington during the latter part of the Civil War. Built in 1856, it is currently a private residence.

This area is now known for the community garden. In the 1960s, the area was known for its jewelry stores and banks.

This is Boyd Street in Newark. It once contained the Hayes Home Projects.

This picture shows the housing that the Zinc Company of Franklin had established for its workers in Franklin,new Jersey. The housing was simple and functional but served the workers and their families. The base of these houses can still be seen in…

This image depicts the Hungarian Reformed Church of Franklin in its original state before being moved and refurbished. The image shows the amount of physical degradation before it was handed over to the Franklin Heritage Society. The image was…
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