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-- Manuscript Group 1376, Lantern Slides

Archives Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs

LANTERN SLIDES

 

BOX 1

Series 1.  Newark Lecture

 

1.1.      House of Prayer Parish House, Broad & State Streets.

1.2       Trinity Church (watercolor), ca. 1745.

1.3       Trinity Church, Newark, Military Park, 1950s.

1.4       Columbia Academy #1314.

1.5       D. Alling Business (drawing).

1.6       Nathaniel Camp's homestead, Broad & Camp St. (drawing), prior to 1856.

1.7       Newark: Carteret Bldg., The Traht Bar/Restaurant, Barney's Shoes, 1953.

1.8       Hotel Essex House, Broad at Camp St.

1.9       Newark Drawing, East of Mulberry St., 1820-25.

1.10     Newark, Broad St., Lyric Theater, ca. 1953.

1.11     Nineteenth Century Newark.

1.12     Prudential Bldg., Newark, 1950s.

1.13     Drawing of Mansion.

1.14     Showplace Theatrical, Masquerade Costumes, Newark, 1953.

1.15     Newark Panorama (drawing), 19th Century.

1.16     View of downtown & residential Newark, 1950s.

1.17     View of Newark (drawing), 19th Century.

1.18     View of Newark, residential/downtown, 1950s.

1.19     Drawing of Newark/Passaic River in Winter, [18th Century?].

1.20     View of Passaic River, bridge/barges, Newark, 1950s.

1.21     Market St., Newark (drawing), 18th or 19th Century.

1.22     Market St./Prudential Bldg., 1950s.

1.23     Market St., Newark.

1.24     Market St. (Paramount Theater), 1950s.

1.25     Market St., Newark (drawing), 18th-19th Century.

1.26     Market St., Newark, 1950s.

1.27     Market St., Newark, 19th Century.

1.28     Market/Braod St., 1950s.

1.29     Courthouse, Newark, pre-1906.

1.30     Courthouse, 1950s.

1.31     Firehouse?, Newark, 19th Century.

1.32     Downtown Newark, 1950s.

1.33     Newark, horse&buggies/trolley track, 19th Century.

 

BOX 2

 

1.34     Downtown Newark, S. Klein on the Square, 1950s.

1.35     Aerial View of Passaic River, bridges & downtown, 1950s.

1.36     Panoramic View, Newark, 19th Century.

1.37     National Newark Banking Co., 1850s.

1.38     View of rooftops of residential houses with downtown in background, 1950s.

1.39     Public Service (PSE&G) Bldg., Newark, buses, 1950s.

1.40     Town Hall, School & Jail, Newark (drawing), 1845.

1.41     Drawing of train station, 19th century.

1.42     Pennsylvania R.R. Depot (drawing), 1858.

1.43     Newark?  Garret Liss homestead?

1.44     Drawing of 19th Century house.

1.45     Communipaw, NJ, river scene from illustrated magazine, Aug. 14, 1852.

1.46     Drawing of 18th Century haywagon.

1.47     Waterfront view (probably New Jersey side) of Hudson River (drawing), early

            19th Century.

1.48     Panoramic view of NewYork (Manhatten), Jersey City, Hoboken, etc., (drawing).

1.49     View of Jersey City ferry, ca. 1857.

1.50     Rural scene (drawing) #313;.

 

Series 2.  H. Young/Newark Camera Club.

 

2.1       Members of the Newark Camera Club by H. Young.

2.2       Newark City Market (H. Young), Prudential Bldg. in background.

2.3       Newark City Market (H. Young).

2.4       Newark City Market (H.J. Young), street full of wagons & barrels, #9.

2.5       Newark City Market (H. Young), wagons, barrels, pedestrians.

2.6       View of Patterson Fire by H. Young.

2.7       Helmlock Falls (H. Young).

2.8       Chicago Day at World's Fair (H.J. Young), [1896?].

2.9       Michigan Lumber Exhibit (H. Young).

2.10     Dreamland Tower (H.J. Young).

2.11     Scene in Luna Park (H.J. Young).

2.12     Luna Park Tower (H.J. Young; ornately decoarated), #0.

2.13     "On the Beach," family on beach (H. Young).

2.14     Two girls jumping rope.

2.15     "Can you beat this" (H. Young), boy diving into lake from dock.

2.16     Lightning (H.J. Young), #22.

2.17     Lightning (H.J. Young).

2.18     Winter scene along brook.

 

BOX 3

 

2.19     "I am hungry" (H.J. Young), boy sitting under elevated tracks.

2.20     Cultivated pond lillies in vase (H.J. Young).

2.21     "A Curtain of Water" (H.J. Young), woman throwing water out of a bucket.

2.22     "Over the Hurtle" (H.J. Young), young men jumping over makeshift hurtle, #35.

2.23     "A quiet game" (H. Young), 2 women, 3 men playing cards outside on wooden

            table, late 19th/early 20th century.

 

Series 3.  Perth Amboy

 

3.1       Map.

3.2       Seal.

3.3       Photo/Stereo view of house.

3.4       Old wing of Parker Castle.

3.5       Maurice House, Fayette St.

3.6       City Hall, 1879.

3.7       Petticoat Lane.

3.8       The Office of Provincial Records.

3.9       The old courthouse.

3.10     Old St. Peter's Church, 1832.

3.11     The Minister's House, formerly Colonial Gov't House, 1888.

3.12     House.

3.13     Brick house or building (minister's house?), 1901.

3.14     Back yard or house (minister's house?; see #13), 1901.

3.15     House (minister's).

3.16     Estate of Andrew Bell, built 1795, later property of Judge Wm. Paterson.

3.17     Cortlandt Skinner Law Office, cor. Walter & Smith Sts.

3.18     Barracks (rear view), 1904.

3.19     Fotherwell's Dock.

3.20     Parker House, Front St., 1879.

3.21     Westminster, 1879.

3.22     Oyster boat docks [not encased].

3.23     Methodist-Episcopal Church, High & Jefferson Sts.

3.24     Catholic Church, 1879.

 

BOX 4

 

3.25     Surveyor General's Office.

3.26     Eagleswood Military Academy.

3.27     Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks (Isadore Rubenstein Photographic Service).

3.28     Perth Amboy Seminary.

3.29     Raritan Mansion House.

3.30     Fotherwell's Dock.

3.31     Lehigh Valley Railroad Docks.

3.32     U.S. Custom House, 1879.

3.33     Old house on High St.

3.34     Daisy Lawn home.

3.35     Mr. Buckly, Superintendant of Coal Docks, residence, 1879.

3.36     Joel Smith (grocer/Civil War veteran) homestead, Water St. near Gorton, 1879.

3.37     Presbyterian Church, Market St., 1879.

3.38     Middlesex Co. Bank, Smith & Rector Sts.

3.39     Central Railroad of N.J. Station, 1879.

3.40     Eagleswood Military Academy/Park Hotel, 1879.

 

Series 4.  Morris Canal Lecture.

 

4.1       Map, E1.

4.2       Forest Hill Links, E2.

4.3       Skating/boys' hockey, E3.

4.4       Boys skating down canal, E4.

4.5       Alwood Rd. Bridge, family canoeing, dog & woman on bank, E5.

4.6       Below Great Notch, E6.

4.7       Horses along canal path, E7.

4.8       Entrance to Little Falls from west, E8.

4.9       Entrance to Little Falls with canoes, E9.

4.10     Passaic River at Little Falls, E10.

4.11     Canal canoer, E11.

4.12     Canal canoers E12.

4.13     Canal canoers, boys on bicycles on path, E13.

4.14     Canal canoers swimming, E14.

4.15     Canal canoers, E15.

4.16     Canal canoers, E16.

 

BOX 5

 

4.17     Aqueduct over Pompon, E17.

4.18     Mountain View Aqueduct, women bicyclists, E18.

4.19     Town of Mountain View, E19.

4.20     Curve at Lincoln Park, E20.

4.21     Top of Plane 10-East, large tree reflection, E21.

4.22     Bridge at Towaco, E22.

4.23     Bridge at Towaco, E23.

4.24     Boonton, E24.

4.25     Rockaway at Boonton (waterfall), E25.

4.26     Bathers (swimmers) at Denville, E26.

4.27     Carry from Rockaway, man w/ canoe and dogs, E27.

4.28     Aqueduct over Rockaway River at Denville, E28.

4.29     Aqueduct over Rockaway River at Denville, E29.

4.30     Above Wharton, E30.

4.31     Approach to Hopatcong, 2 women & a man, E31.

4.32     Approach to Hopatcong, E32.

4.33     Stanhope, E33.

4.34     Lock 2-West, E34.

4.35     Lock 3, Waterloo west, E35.

4.36     Canal of Muscanetong, E36.

4.37     Lake at Muscanetong, E37.

4.38     Lock 5-West, E38.

4.39     Ducks on the canal, E39.

4.40     Canal boat with sleeping sailors, E40.

4.41     Canal boat & mules, E41.

4.42     Bridge near Hacketstown, bicycle, E42.

4.43     Bridge near Hacketstown, E43.

4.44     Bridge & poplars near Port Murray, E44.

4.45     Plane 6-West looking west, barn/horses, E45.

4.46     Plane 6-West looking east, houses along canal, E46.

4.47     Port Golden-Washington, church women, children, E47.

4.48     Between Denville & Powerville, E48.

4.49     Plan at Rockaway, E49.

4.50     Locks, E50.

 

BOX 6

 

4.51     Casteline petition in favor of having the state acquire & maintain the Morris Canal

            as a public waterway, E51.

4.52     Slide from Alvin Aster, 1 of 4.

4.53     Slide from Alvin Aster, 2 of 4.

4.54     Slide from Alvin Aster, 3 of 4.

4.55     Slide from Alvin Aster, 4 of 4.

4.56     Morris Canal.

 

Series 5.  Newark Female Charitable Society.

 

5.1       Map of Newark.

5.2       Text.

5.3       Text.

5.4       Headquarters.

5.5       Interior of headquarters.

5.6       Mrs. Hannah Kinney.

5.7       Text.

5.8       Text.

5.9       Mrs. Smith Burnet.

5.10     Sewing School.

5.11     Kitchen Garden.

5.12     Mrs. J.G. Goble.

5.13     Text.

5.14     Mrs. A.L. Dennis.

5.15     Schedule of Events, 1888.

5.16.    Mrs. Joseph W. Plume.

5.17     Text/Crazy Jane.

5.18     Nursery-Crazy Jane.

5.19     Kindergarten-Crazy Jane.

5.20     Nursery Kindergarten.

5.21     Ellen J. Knowles.

5.22     Mid-day Meal, Kindergarten.

5.23     Cooking School

5.24     Text.

5.25     Laundry.

5.26     Laundry.

5.27     Mothers Meeting

5.28     Distributing Sewing work-Crazy Jane.

5.29     Boy's Club.

5.30     "Colored Camp, Belmar, NJ. Group of 20 African-American children and adults.

 

BOX 7

 

5.31     Monday Meal-Dinner Committee.

5.32     Text.

5.33     Camp Eastwood.

5.34     Mrs. Frederick Crane.

5.35     Sunnyside, Summit, NJ.

5.36     Children.

5.37     Woodrest (house).

5.37a   Text.

5.38     Sunnyside, Summit.

5.39     Text.

5.40     Mother's Club.

5.41     Girls at Sunnyside, Summit.

5.42     Girls class & project.

5.43     Girls sewing.

5.44     Girls sewing accessories for dolls (with dollhouse).

5.45     African-American babies, children & a nurse. Posters re health.

5.46     Women.

5.47     Children at meal tables.

5.48     Text.

 

Series 6. Rectors of Trinity Church, Newark.

 

6.1       Rev. N.R. Gries, 1851-1855.

6.2       N.N. Camp, 1855-1858.

6.3       Louis L. Noble, 1858-1872.

6.4       Rev. James Crystal, 1872-1874.

6.5       George S. Packard, 1874-1875.

6.6       R.B. Hoyt, 1875-1881.

6.7       E. Folsom Baker, `1881-1882.

6.8       Spencer M. Rice, 1882-1885.

6.9       George P. Hubbard, 1885-1888.

6.10     D.F. Warren, 1888-1903.

6.11     George M. Geisel, 1904-1909.

6.12     Thomas A. Hyde, 1909-.

 

Series 7. New Jersey State House, Trenton.

 

7.1       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.2       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.3       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.4       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.5       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.6       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

 

BOX 8

 

7.7       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.8       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.9       NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.10     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.11     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.12     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.13     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.14     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.15     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.16     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

7.17     NJ State House Architectural Plans.

 

Series 8. 250th Anniversary Celebration, Newark.

 

8.1       Parade in front of Prudential Building.

8.2       Parade.

8.3       Building, with medallion sign, 1666-1916.

8.4       Parade.

8.5       Street scene, England?

8.6       Canoeists on lake or at park.

8.7       Seal of Newark?

8.8       Seal?

8.9       Seal.

8.10     Poster.

8.11     Poster.

8.12     Posters.

8.13     Poster.

8.14     Poster.

8.15     Poster.

8.16     Poster.

8.17     Poster.

8.18     Poster.

8.19     Poster.

8.20     Poster.

8.21     Poster.

8.22     Poster.

8.23     Poster.

8.24     Poster.

8.25     Poster.

8.26     Poster.

8.27     Poster.

8.28     Poster.

8.29     Poster.

8.30     Poster.

8.31     Poster.

8.32     Poster (Robert Treat).

 

BOX 9

 

8.33     Poster.

8.34     Poster.

8.35     Poster.

8.36     Poster.

8.36     Poster.

8.37     Poster.

8.38     Poster.

8.39     Poster.

8.40     Poster.

8.41     Poster.

8.42     Poster.

8.43     Poster.

8.44     Poster.

8.45     Poster.

8.46     Posters.

8.47     Posters.

8.48     Poster.

8.49     Poster.

8.50     Poster.

8.51     Poster.

8.52     Poster.

8.53     Poster.

8.54     Poster.

8.55     Poster.

8.56     Poster.

8.57     Poster.

8.58     Poster.

8.59     Poster.

8.60     Women sewing/making clothes?

8.61     Person in Asian? robe with scales and sword.

8.62     Room with costumes or decorative banners?

8.63     Woman with feather in her hat.

8.64     Matthias Stratton, foreman.

8.65     Woman.

8.66     Man in hat and fur collared coat.

8.67     Full-length portrait of woman in long dress and hat.

8.68     Portrait of man.

8.69     Ornately dressed woman.

8.70     Woman in hat.

8.71     Portrait of man with glasses.

8.72     Portrait of woman, 1916.

8.73     Man (by Koenig Studio).

8.74     Portrait of man.

8.75     Man (by Koenig Studio).

8.76     Man.

8.77     Poster.

8.78     Parade, Newark, 1916?

8.79     Parade in front of Prudential Building, Newark., possibly 250th Anniv., 1916.

8.80     Newark, 1916. Loving Cup [4].

 

BOX 10

 

8.81     Newark, 1916. Man with large white mustache.

8.82     Newark, 1916. Man.

8.83     Newark, 1916. Man [9].

8.84     Newark, 1916. Man [10].

8.85     Newark, 1916. Man [11].

8.86     Newark, 1916. Man [12].

8.87     Newark, 1916. Man [13].

8.88     Newark, 1916. Man [14].

8.89     Newark, 1916. Man [16].

8.90     Newark, 1916. Man [17].

8.91     Newark, 1916. Man [18].

8.92     Newark, 1916. Homes between "Site of Memorial Building" [27].

8.93     Newark, 1916. Public Service Building [32].

8.94     Newark, 1916. Parade of dressed-up citizens down Broad Street (Easter Parade?)

8.95     Newark, 1916. Race track [38].

8.96     Newark, 1916. Boat house [42].

8.97     Newark, 1916. Garden landscape with brook [48].

8.98     Newark, 1916. Trellis along park path with benches [49].

8.99     Newark, 1916. Man [54].

8.100   Newark, 1916. Bamberger's Dep't Store decorated for Newark's 250th Anniv. [56]

8.101   Newark, 1916. Man.

8.102   Newark, 1916. Woman [106].

8.103   Newark, 1916. Woman.

8.104   Newark, 1916. Man [108].

8.105   Newark, 1916. Man [109].

8.106   Newark, 1916. Woman [117].

 

Series 9 Archibald.

 

9.1       Barnum & Bailey Parade with elephants, Newark, 1891.

9.2       Lightning, 8/21/1899.

9.3       Lightning.

9.4       Lightning, 7/21/1895.

9.5       Lightning, Newark, 8/24/1900.

9.6       Lightning, Newark, 7/03/1893.

9.7       Newark, 4/06/1900.

9.8       Newark, 9/12/1895.

9.9       Lightning, Newark, 6/20/1899.

9.10     Lightning, 11/07/1900.

 

BOX 11

 

9.11     Lightning from rooftop.

9.12     Lightning.

9.13     Lightning.

9.14     Lightning.

9.15     Lightning.

9.16     Lightning.

9.17     Lightning.

9.18     Lightning.

9.19     Lightning.

9.20     Lightning.

9.21     Lightning.

9.22     Lightning.

9.23     Lightning.

9.24     Lightning.

9.25     Cloud effect, N.Y. harbor.

9.26     Evening on Meadowlands.

 

BOX 12

 

9.27     Lightning.

9.28     On the Newark meadows, over water.

9.29     Lightning over water.

9.30     Lightning.

9.31     Lightning.

9.32     Lightning, static spark.

9.33     X-ray tube photgraphed by its own light.

9.34     Static spark.

9.35     Lightning, static spark.

9.36     Lighning, static spark.

9.37     Lightning.

9.38     Lightning.

9.39     Lightning [55].

9.40     Lightning, Newark [8].

9.41     Lightning.

 

BOX 13

 

9.42     Lightning.

9.43     Lightning.

9.44     Lightning.

9.45     Lightning.

9.46     Lightning.

9.47     Lightning.

 

Series 10 Transportation

 

10.1     Native Americans making canoe.

10.2     Arrival of Henry Hudson, Mural from Hudson County Courthouse.

10.3     NJ totem map.

10.4     Hot air balloon.

10.5     Power boat launch.

10.6     Pier.

10.7     Paddle wheel [10].

10.8     Paddle wheeler Fairy Queen [11].

10.9     Paddle wheel with mast.

10.10   Steam train and two coaches model [13].

10.11   Train coach. M.P. & M.E. Green [14].

 

BOX 14

 

10.12   Street scene with wagons [16].

10.13   NJ map [18].

10.14   Steam engines (locomotives) [19].

10.15   Locomotive at station, horse and buggy [20].

10.16   Parlor car, interior sketch [21].

10.17   Morris Canal [22].

10.18   Boat on Canal, women passengers [24].

10.19   Newark street scene, horse-drawn trolley [26].

10.20   Ferry boat, one smoke stack [27].

10.21   Automobile touring car [28].

10.22   Ferry boat, two smoke stacks [29].

10.23   Newark street scene, with electric buses, ca. 1920s [30].

 

Series 11 Passaic Basin History

 

11.1     Pre-glacial drainage.

11.2     First stage lake history.

11.3     Second stage lake history.

11.4     Third stage lake history.

11.5     Fourth stage lake history.

 

BOX 15

 

11.6     Last stage lake history.

11.7     Glacial plates.

11.8     N.J.

 

Series 12 Bressler, Christ Hospital, Jersey City.

 

12.1     Christ Hospital horse-drawn ambulance and attendant.

12.2     Nurses.

12.3     Chapel.

12,4     Christ Hospital building and Christ Hospital ambulance.

12.5     Children in wheel chairs.

12.6     Medical instrument cabinet.

12.7     Nurses.

12.8     Doctors?

12.9     Hospital administrator or chaplain.

12.10   Kitchen.

12.11   Hospital room, nurse on telephone.

12.12   Kitchen cooks.

12.13   Nurses.

12.14   Nursery (cribs attached to wall, nurse looks on, baby scale in view).

 

BOX 16

 

12.15   Group with machine.

12.16   Nurses relaxing.

12.17   Nurses office.

12.18   Old Christ Hospital.

12.19   Shorefront, Communipaw, 1889.

12.20   Communipaw shorefront, 1889.

12.21   Old Babcock house, Communipaw.

12.22   Van Wagenan home/Coquellet Mansion, 298 Academy Street.

12.23   Hudson County Courthouse (built 1840), trolley tracks.

12.24   House, Hendrick?

12.25   1st schoolhouse, Hudson City; 1st services held here, 1851.

12.26   Old P.S. 11, Bergen Square, Jersey City.

12.27   Taylor's Hotel, Exchange Place, Jersey Ctiy.

12.28   New Erie Railroad construction, cutting through Jersey City.

12.29   Glass works factory.

12.30   Old Court House, Jersey City.

12.31   Jersey City Trust Company, at Five Corners, Jersey City.

 

BOX 17

 

12.32 Residential house in winter

12.33 Thached cottage, Jersey City

12.34 Montgomery St. 1850 Ex pl.

12.35 Isaac Edge's windmill drawing

12.36 drawing of Barn

12.37 Avenue house, 5 corners Beef Co. Hardward Tea Cart.

12.38 La Tourette House, Bergen Point, 1860

12.39 Van Wagonen homestead

12.40 Bush homestead, 1909

12.41 Summit Ave tunnel R.R. station

12.42 Summit AVe. tunnel (?) station public service

12.43 Mr. Evan Griffith, instigator of 1st P.E. services on Heights

12.44 Newark and Summit Ave, Jersey City

12.45 Priors Mill, drawing

12.46 Tices Tavern, S.W. Bergen/Glenwood

12.47 Tise(?) Tavern, 1806

12.48 U.S. Arsenal, built 1812

 

BOX 18

 

12.49 house

12.50 drawing "exciting race between Mr. Peter Cooper's locomotive "Tom Thumb" and a horse car

12.51 early drawing of steam engine

12.52 two toddler boys in sailor suits

12.53 St. Mary's church, Jersey City

12.54 St. Mary's, 1912

12.55 St. Mary's, 1914

12.56 St. Mary's

12.57 St. Mary's

12.58 St. Mary's

12.59 St. Mary's, 1905

12.60 St. Paul's, one of first buildings ? May 19, 1853, drawing

12.61 choir in church

12.62 "Old Grapes(?) Academy present church site", [Hu]dson Seminary

12.63 St. Matthews Church, Jersey City

12.64 proposed plan for completion of church (Newark?)

12.65 interior of Hoboken Ave. church

 

BOX 19

 

12.66 Hoboken Ave. church and rectory

12.67 assorted church being re-built, Jersey City ?

12.68a assorted, St. Monk's church

12.68b man

12.69 man

12.70 19th century man

12.71 19th century man

12.72 tenement/boys

12.73 urban residential building

12.74 retal/residential street, Jersey City? on sign advertises "baths"

12.75 residential/commercial street, trolley tracks, on brick roads, Jersey City?

12.76 trees in backyard of residential areas, Jersey City?

12.77 commercial/residential area of Jersey City?

12.78 residential tenement, Jersey City? guest house sign

12.79 residential area of Jersey City

12.80 map of British fortification, 1779, Jersey City

12.81 "Great [horse] race at Jersey City," 1838 broadside

12.82 stagecoach broadside

12.83 NW corner of Montgomery St. and Jersey Ave. in 1858

 

BOX 20

 

12.84 6th Reg, Mass leaving Jersey City for Washington D.C., 1861 drawing for magazine

12.85 Mayors of Jersey City, 1838-1911

12.86 first street house of...?

 

Series 13  New Jersey Family/Estate Gardens

 

13.1 Ryan

13.2 Ryan

13.3 Ryan

13.4 Ryan

13.5 Ryan

13.6 Ryan

13.7 Ryan

13.8 Ryan

13.9 Ryan rock garden

13.10 Ryan

13.11 Ryan

13.12 Jewett later Dillard 11

13.13 Jewett 12

13.14 Jewett 13

13.15 Jewett 14

13.16 Jewett  15

 

BOX 21

 

13.17 Renwick 16

13.18 Ned Renwick 17

13.19 Renwick now Busch 18

13.20 Beresford 19

13.21 Beresford 20

13.22 Hack 21

13.23 Hack 22

13.24 Hack 23

13.25 Stewart Hartshorn 24

13.26 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 25

13.27 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 26

13.28 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 27

13.29 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 28

13.30 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 29

13.31 S. Hartshorn, Jr. 30

13.32 Cora Hartshorn 31

13.33 Bacon 32

13.34 Bacon 33

13.35 Greacen/ COleman Eddy 34

13.36 Hine 35

13.37 Hine

13.38a Hine 37

13.38b Hine - color

13.39 Hine

13.40 Faitoute 39

13.41 Faitoute 40

13.42 Faitoute

13.43 Mrs. Faitoute

13.44 Mrs. Faitoute

13.45 Faitoute

13.46 Fartonte

13.47 Miekleham

13.48 Miekleham

13.49 SWC Club Garden at NYC

13.50 S. Hartshorn, Jr.

13.51 S. Hartshorn, Jr.

13.52 S. Hartshorn,

13.53 S. Hartshorn, Sr.

13.54 S. Hartshorn, Sr.

13.55 S. Hartshorn, Sr.

13.56 S. Hartshorn, Sr.

13.57 S. Hartshorn, Sr.

13.58 S. Hartshorn

13.59 S. Hartshorn

13.60 S. Hartshorn

13.61 S. Hartshorn

13.62 S. Hartshorn

13.63 S. Hartshorn

13.64 S. Hartshorn

13.65 S. Hartshorn

13.66 S. Hartshorn, swan

13.67 Wallbridge

13.68 Wallbridge

13.68a Wallbridge

 

BOX 22

 

13.69 Wallbridge

13.70 Wallbridge

13.71 Wallbridge

13.72 Wallbridge

13.73 Wallbridge

13.74 Renwick

13.75 G. Whaley

13.76 Wm. McKim color

13.77 Wm. Mckim

13.78 Jeffery

13.79 Jeffery

13.80 Jeffery

13.81 Stout

13.82 Stout 75

13.83 Stout 76

13.84 gardens

13.85 Stout 78

13.86 Mrs. John Stewart garden/color

13.87 Md. Stewart

13.88 Stewart and Wall

13.89 Sampson Smith

13.90 Sampson Smith

13.91 Wodell

13.92 Wodell

13.93 Wodell

13.95 Wodell

13.96 Wodell

13.97 Wodell garden

13.98 Gheradi before

13.99 Gheradi garden

13.100 Gheradi after

13.101 making Gheradi brook

13.102 Gheradi before

13.103 Bancroft Gheradi by Wodell/Cotral

13.104 Gheradi

13.105 garden park colored

13.106 flower garden hand colored

13.107 garden hand colored

13.108 garden path colored

13.109 garden colored

13.110 garden

13.111 flower garden/arbor

13.112 backyard

13.112a negative of LS 13.112

13.113 garden gate Edward Van Altena colored

13.114 Edward Van Altena

13.115 garden/stream

13.116 garden

13.117 garden/arbor

13.118 woods, stream, waterfall

13.119 gazebo in winter

13.120 waterfall

13.121 winter/stone hill

13.122 winter valley in wood

 

BOX 23

 

13.123 rock pond

13.124 pond/vines

13.125 woodsy river in winter

13.126 Van Altena, plants in vase

13.127 Van Altena, daisies in vase

13.128 Van Altena, cattails in vase

13.129 Van Altena, flowers

13.130 Van Altena, flowers

13.131 Van Altena, flowers

13.132 Van Altena, flowers

13.133 Van Altena, flowers

13.134 Van Altena, flowers

13.135 Van Altena, flowers

13.136 Van Altena, flowers

13.137 Van Altena, flowers

13.138 Van Altena, flowers

13.139 Van Altena, Christmas wreath

13.140 Van Altena, flowers

13.141 Van Altena, flowers

13.142 Van Altena, flowers

13.143 Van Altena, cornacopia

13.144a Van Altena, flowers

13.144b Grand Central flower show by W.P. Wodell

13.145 Wodell, 56 Highland Ave., 1934 (112?)

 

Series 14 Winter, Family, Garden Scenes

 

14.1 family/gardens etc., house

14.2 person struggling through snow in front of house c2

14.3 child in front of house in snow c3

14.4 child looking up at telephone poles/wires shich have fallen as a result of snow c4

14.5 boy in snow with dog c5

14.6 boy in woods/frozen trees c6

14.7 hill with large pine trees covered with snow c7

14.8 man iceskating with dog c8

14.9 woman with tripod camera taking picture of snow c9

14.10 man in straw hat playing hockey with dog and girl c10

14.11 children with shovels under several rows of icicles on grape arbor c11

14.12 grape arbor c12

14.13 man and woman supervising brick mason making brick path in garden c13

14.14 sunken garden c14

14.15 sunken garden c15

14.16 constructing bricked in/sunken garden c16

14.17 woman in straw hat in bricked in flower garden c17]

14.18 man on bench in bricked in garden c18

14.19 elderly women in grape arbor c19

14.20 african-american gardner c20

14.21 family/gardens black?man howing cornfield c21

14.22 grouse/shrubbery c22

14.23 assorted house c23

14.24 man with white beard pruning flower in front of brick house c24

14.25 old house and fence c25

14.26 man in knickers holding baskets of fruit and vegetables c26

14.27 dog dressed in human clothes climbing ladder, boy laughing c27

14.28 family c28

14.29 ruins of building in snow c29

14.30 family with dog late 19th early 20th century c30

14.31 woman in garden c31

14.32 winter scene c32

 

BOX 24

 

14.33 winder scene, panoramic view of hills c33

14.34 winter scene c34

14.35 man walking through woods in winter c35

14.36 rural winter scene (photograph) c36

14.37 young men at dock house near river c37

14.38 soldiers in line with guns early 20th century c38

14.39 elderly man peering outside

14.40 woman in small bricked in garden c40

14.41 bricked in garden c41

14.42 bricked in garden c42

14.43 bricked in garden c43

14.44 man leaning on table in bricked in garden c44

14.45 assorted, dog in garden in front of small fountain c45

14.46 house c46

14.47 dog on river bank

14.48 man on bench with dogs c48

14.49 three men iceskating

14.50 Mount Pocono Station

14.51 house in winter, snow covered trees

 

Series 15 Keystone views co.

 

15.1 Keystone views, the Palisades, NJ

15.2 great ocean liners at the docks, Hoboken, NJ

15.3 drawing wrap for weaving silk cloth, Paterson, NJ

15.4 weaving room in the famous silk mills at Paterson, NJ

15.5 machine weaving dozens of fine taffeta silk ribbons, Paterson, NJ

15.6 1500 hens in laying house, Corning Egg Farms, Bound Brook, NJ

15.7 Milking scene in modern dairy, Plainsboro, NJ

15.8 firing tableware in the noted pottery center, Trenton, NJ

15.9 artists decorating porcelainware Trenton, NJ, dishes etc.

 

Series 16  Pioneer Home Life

 

16.1 18th century New England farm (Timestone farm)

16.2 operating a loom

16.3 bedroom 18th century, New England home (Timestone farm)

16.4 Pioneer Village, MA, Governor's house

16.5 Pioneer Village, MA, interior, english wigwam

16.6 Pioneer Village, MA

16.7 Pioneer Village, MA exterior, english wigwam, 1630

16.8 Pioneer Village, MA, log huts, english wigwam

16.9 19th century apothecary shop

16.10 spinning wheel, flaz detail, color

16.11 spinning flax

16.12 wool, spinning wheel

16.13 wool cards and shears

16.14 using the flax hatchets

16.15 flax hatchets

16.16 operating the flaax brake - detail

16.17 operating the flax brake

16.18 flax brake

16.19 kitchen - 18th century New England farm house (Timestone farm)

16.20 Pioneer Village, MA, interior, Governor's house

16.21 making candles, hand dipping method

16.22 making candles, candle mold method

16.23 whale oil lamp ca. 1750

16.24 phoebe lamp ca. 1650

16.25 kerosene lamp ca. 1875

16.26 colonial interior - evening

 

BOX 25

Series 17 New Jersey History Gallery

 

17.1 map of New Netherland and New Sweden

17.2 NJ map

17.3 map

17.4 map

17.5 map

17.6 painting of colonial governor?

17.7 indian making thatched hut

17.8 house

17.9 Washington near the Delaware painting

17.10 Carteret landing painting

17.11 the Battle of Princeton, 1777, by John Ward Dunsmore

17.12 Battle of Springfield, NJ 1780, "Give 'em Watts Boys" by John Ward Dunsmore

17.13 Battle of Monmouth, 1778, Washington rebukes Lee, by John Ward Dunsmore

17.14 Paterson from the Passaic Falls, 1860

17.15 Molly Pitcher, the Battle of Monmouth, 1778, by John Ward Dunsmore

17.16 women at the polls in NJ 1790-1807, by Howard Pyle for "Am Spirit"

 

Series 18 Assorted - McAllister

 

18.1 Statue of Liberty

18.2 photo of painting of 18th century woman and man dancing

18.3 Priscilla watering plants

18.4 water babies statue

18.5 five children holding candles (in nightshirts)

18.6 girl with 2 puppies and a cat (drawing)

18.7 women in winter (drawing) [some glass missing]

18.8 five children in a bed

18.9 cartoon of two children looking out to sea

18.10 cartoon child, dog, cat

18.11 cartoon boy

18.12 grasshopper with eye patch and missing leg on a crutch

18.13 cartoon "Don't you forget it"

18.14 American flag

18.15 basket of croquemittaine (babies/toddlers)

 

Series 19 Assorted

 

19.1 Bicycle club, men standing with their big wheeled bicycles

19.2 East Orange Fire Department trucks by Harry W., Allard , member Orange Camera Club

19.3 assorted Allard: East Orange fire trucks with horses and officers

19.4 East Orange Fire Department volunteers?

19.5 skyline/panorama of Newark ad for "Proctor's Palace of Newark Supreme Vaudeville"

19.6 Thomas Aldridge Real Estate Exchange, Newark Ave, Hudson, NJ post office, hotel, and restaurant, hand colored

19.7 old courthouse, Newark - pre-1906

19.8 a burnt pine forest southern NJ

19.9 sewage irrigation for corn fields, Plainfield, NJ

19.10 Newkirk/Bergen Ave.

19.11 Academy/Bergen house

19.12 house

19.13 house

19.14 canoeist at dock in summer

19.15 canoes in water at park colored

19.16 racetrack/sporting event

19.17 small park lake filled with boys swimming

19.18 colonial/pilgrims dress up

19.19 woman cutting material

19.20 woman in long light gown with hat

19.21 woman

19.22 horse hauling logs

19.23 mule hauling wagon

19.24 full moon on shore

 

BOX 26

 

19.25 steam engine drawing

19.26 early steam engine on track, drawings

19.27 drawing of train wreck

19.28 town/ steam engine station

19.29 drawing "Family Cares" by Barnes Girl descending staircase with cat. (no casing)

19.30 bird walking in mouth of alligator, colored, 1882, drawing

19.31 "first lecture" figurine

19.32 broadside proclaiming "Glorious News, Lee and his whole army captured" (slide glass loose)

19.33 colonial fort on bay

19.34 painting -"A political discussion" by Howard Pyle for the Am. Spirit

19.35 words to Battle Hymn of the Republic

19.36 assorted/Edward L. Wilson, cartoon of boy and girl saying adieu

19.37 Edward L. Wilson, "vanity" (figurine)

19.38 drawing of colonialist

19.39 drawing of colonialist and indians

 

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