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The Community House Could use Your Help

Fire hits Community House in the midst of its restoration.

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*** We are limiting the images to the 'Windows of Moorestown' during the 'Windows of Moorestown' project, but as you see as you scroll down this page you will see all the images in the database. All images will be displayed again after this project is over ***.

Whenever you go to a webpage or hit the refresh bottom, the webserver randomly selects an image from our database. We currently have 197 images in our database. We hope to have hundreds. And you can help!

If you have an image that you would like to share with the community on the Moorestown website, send it in an . Also, tell us what the image is (description is limited to 250 characters). Once we have descriptions on the majority of the images, we will display the descriptions below each image.

If you only have hard copies, mail them to:
Moorestown.com
338 Madison Ave.
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Give me about a week to two weeks to scan them in and I will mail them back to you. If you have some but you do not want to mail them, we will bring the scanner & laptop to your place and scan them there.


Below are all of the images in our database. Click on an image to see a larger size of the image:


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The Community House Could use Your Help

Fire hits Community House in the midst of its restoration.

#2
2. 'Dissolution of Childhood' (acrylic, reclaimed wool, hand-dyed organza, thread, glass beads, paillettes, found objects) by Hala al-Shawaf
Sponsor: Moorestown Business Association
Location: Infinity Title Agency, 33 E. Main St.

#3
3. 'The Greatest Generation' by Linda Burns (collage/gold on glass)
Sponsor: Beneficial Bank
Location: Beneficial Bank, 53 E. Main St.

#4
4. 'Windows' by Tom Bottalico (stained glass)
Sponsor: B.T. Edgar & Son Realtors
Location: B.T. Edgar & Son Realtors, 27 E. Main St.

#5
5. 'Maria's Garden' by Pat Chamberlin (oil on canvas)
Sponsor: The Jet Pulverizer Co.
Location: Herron Realty, 55 E. Main St.

#6
6. 'Escape' by Bernadette Faix (foil and cloth)
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscov's Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#7
7. FERRELL, Erin: 'Historic Churches of Moorestown' by Erin McGee Ferrell and Se Ferrell (mosaic, reclaimed objects)
Location: Ralph's Market, 137 W. Main St.

#8
8. 'Family Nostalgia' by Christine Fisher (acrylic on glass)
Sponsor: Liberty Bell Bank
Location: Liberty Bell Bank, 227 W. Camden Ave.

#9
9. 'Colonial Thanksgiving' by Paul Gordon (oil on panel)
Location: Old Grange Hall, 123 E. Main St.

#10
10. 'Maine Rain' (oil on wood) by Beverly Heusser
Sponsor: Main Street Investment Advisors
Location: Beneficial Bank, 53 E. Main St.

#11
11. 'The Little Orange Tree' by Michele Jagodzinski (acrylic on canvas)
Sponsor: Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscovs Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#12
12. 'Self Portraits' by Bob Minnick (oil on paper)
Sponsor: Artfully Yours
Location: Artfully Yours, 111 E. Main St.

#13
13. 'Windows to the Soul' by Michele Jagodzinski and James Rush (acrylic, wood, metal sculpture)
Sponsor: Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
Location: Liberty Bell Bank, 227 W. Camden Ave.

#14
14. 'Storm' by Dolores Paocelli (metal on glass)
Sponsor: The Recycled Designer
Location: Perkins Center for the Arts, Kings Highway & Camden Ave.

#15
15. 'The Voyeur' by Dolores Paocelli (four-sided tower)
Sponsor: Infinity Title Agency, 33 E. Main St.
Location: Infinity Title

#16
16. 'The Voice of The Sea Speaks to The Soul' by Linda Ramsay (oil on board)
Location: Moorestown Hardware, 300 Mill St.

#17
17. 'Parts of a Whole' by Julia Ranson (etching, various)
Location: Beneficial Bank, 53 E. Main St.

#18
18. 'Still Life with Fruit' by Michael Rubin
Sponsor: Gorman & Gorman, LLC
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscovs Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#19
19. 'Native Moorestownians' by Candy Sell (pieced fabric)
Sponsor: Taylor Made Custom Cabinetry
Location: Susquehanna Bank, Kings Highway & Camden Ave.

#20
20. 'Penguin Paradise' by Tom Sheckels (3D photogaphy)
Sponsor: Moorestown Business Association
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscovs Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#21
21. 'Little Angel' by Meredith Smith (acrylic on glass)
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscov's Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#22
22. 'Field of Flowers' by Meredith Smith (acrylic on glass)
Sponsor: Hamilton Supply/Marvin Windows
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscovs Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#23
23. 'Peek-a-Boo' by Meredith Smith (acrylic on glass)
Sponsor: Saratoga Benefit Services
Location: Moorestown Mall, Boscov's Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#24
24. 'Cathedral' by Wayne Urffer (found objects)
Sponsor: Physician Payment Review Services
Locations: Moorestown Mall, Boscov's Wing, Route 38 & Lenola Rd.

#25
25. 'Toy Shop' by Wayne Urffer (found objects)
Sponsor: Physician Payment Review Services
Location: Moorestown Library, 111 W. 2nd St.

#26
26. 'A Family View' by Toni Paparone (copper panel & stained glass)
Location: Moorestown Community House, 16 E. Main St.

#27
27. 'View from Artist's Window' by Carol Nash (Water color on canvas)
Sponsor: Our Lady of Good Council
Location: Vestibule of Our Lady of Good Council, 42 W. Main St.

#28
28. 'Sunflowers - Looking Up' by Carol Nash (Oil on canvas)
Location: Old Grange Hall, 123 E. Main St.

#29
29. 'Cornfield Cruiser' by Carol Nash (Oil on canvas)
Sponsor: E-B Coins & Stamps
Location: The Cubby Hole, 55 E. Main St.

#30
30. 'Open Space - Moorestown' by Carol Nash (Water color on canvas)
Location: Infinity Title Agency, 33 E. Main St.

#31
1. 'Black & White & Read All Over' by Allison Posternock (mosaic tile)
Sponsor: Barron & Posternock, LLP
Location: Heart to Heart Café, 123 Chester Ave.

#32

#33
Corner of Main Street and Chester Ave. in front of Moorestown Friends School looking northeast (the store on the left was for many, many years Matlack's General Store).

#34
Dr Stokes on Main Street making a house call.
-Joe

#35
Northwest corner of Main Street and Mill Street. Building is currently the home of Pudential Realtors.

#36
Robery Hall at Moorestown Friends School, E. Main Street

#37
Main Street West #101. Wilkinson's Pharmacy at Tippenhauers Alley.

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#42
Close-up of one the four 14.5–foot diameter Nipper stained glass windows at the old Victor Talking Machine plant in Camden. The windows are housed in a 75-foot-high tower than was originally built to hide eight tanks that were used to store water for sanitation, drinking, manufacturing and sprinkler systems.

#43
The 'real Nipper', a mixed breed fox terrier, lived from 1884 until 1895 and was the pet of His Master's Voice artist, Francis Barraud. According to the artist, ' Nipper was really a very clever little dog ' of course one is always inclined to think one's own dog cleverer than those belonging to other people ' but he was most original.'

#44
English illustrator Francis Barraud (1856-1924) and His Master’s Voice. 'It is difficult to say how the idea came to me beyond the fact that it suddenly occurred to me that to have my dog listening to the phonograph, with an intelligent and rather puzzled expression would make an excellent subject. We had a phonograph and I often noticed how puzzled he (Nipper) was to make out where the voice came from. It was certainly the happiest thought I ever had.'

#45
Mr. Johnson’s employees pose for a group photo in front of the Johnson Machine Shop in Camden, NJ.

The picture was taken in 1900. Note the Nipper imitator in the front row.

#46
Moorestown resident Eldridge Reeves Johnson – circa 1890. Born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1867, Mr. Johnson’s inventions unleashed the true potential of the “talking machine” and changed the face of home entertainment forever. He lived on East Main Street (current site of the Lutheran Home at Moorestown) from 1920 until his death in 1945.

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Cadbury Mansion, Home of the Moorestown Historical Society - Nancy

#49
Almost immediately after acquiring the “His Master’s Voice” trademark in 1901, Mr. Johnson began using it on his products and in his advertising. The “Nipper” trademark went on to become one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world.

#50

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This is Moorestown Friends school ( newer section) at the bottom of Pages Lane, overlooking the atlhetic field.
- Joe

#52
Moorestown Fire Department at Moorestown Friends School. The road is Pages Lane, but Stokes Hall is now where the road was, this also means that the Moorestown Meeting House seen in the back right is no longer visible from the vantage point where this picture was taken.
-Chris

#53
Almost immediately after acquiring the 'His Master's Voice' trademark in 1901, Mr. Johnson began using it on his products and in his advertising. The 'Nipper' trademark went on to become one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world.

#54
Town clock on E. Main Street, near the Northwest corner of Chester Ave.

#55
In 1896 Eldridge Johnson, who owned a small machine shop in Camden, NJ, was asked to develop a spring motor for a hand-cranked Gramophone. “The little instrument was badly designed,” he later recalled. “It sounded like a partially educated parrot with a sore throat and a cold in its head. But the little wheezy instrument caught my attention and held it fast and hard.” He designed a motor that operated at a uniform speed, was affordable and was quiet. This invention, according to Johnson, “changed the

#56
Super Nipper !!!

#57
By 1905, Mr. Johnson’s firm had sold over 200,000 'Victor' talking machines. But, despite its popularity, the exposed horn 'gramophone' was considered to be unsightly. To overcome that objection, Mr. Johnson found a way to conceal the horn inside fine wood cabinets, and the 'Victrola' was born. This photo, taken in 1907, shows Ernestine Schumann-Heink, a famous contralto, standing beside the Victor Victrola XVI.

#58
Before the invention of microphones and electrical recording, it was necessary to position the performer(s) directly in front of a large horn. Pictured here is an acoustical recording session of the Victor Orchestra in 1916. The first Victor electrical recording session was nine years later, in 1925.

#59
Everyone Loves Nipper !!!

#60
The Moorestown Community House at 16 E. Main Street

#61
The Moorestown Community House at 16 E. Main Street

#62
Money Magazine identifies Moorestown as the 'Best place to live in America'. Photo taken on the front lawn of the Community House.

#63
A sampling of Nippers!

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Nippers rolling down Main Street by Edgar Realtors!

#66
Everyone loves Nipper !

#67
Uncle Sam Nipper!

#68
They tried to take Tutt Nipper but he keeps on coming home!

#69
The decorated Nippers that were displayed on Moorestown streets in 2005 began their lives as unadorned five-foot tall fiberglass figures. Thirty finalists were chosen from more than 210 submitted entries. The works of artists from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania were represented in this unique public art project.

#70
Nippers on Parade in front of the Community House, looking north towards Edgar Realtors

#71
The West Moorestown RR station at Chester Avenue & Third Street
- Joe

#72
1989-1990 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#73
1989 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#74
1990-1991 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

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1992-1993 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

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1993-1994 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#77
1994-1995 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
- artwork by Margaret Ingersoll

#78
1995-1996 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
-artwork by Margaret Ingersoll

#79
1996-1997 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
-artwork by Margaret Ingersoll

#80
1997-1998 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
-artwork by Margaret Ingersoll

#81
1993-1994 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#82
1993-1994 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#83
2000-2001 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
-The postcaard edition

#84
2001-2002 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!

#85
Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
- collage of past calendars

#86
2003-2004 Moorestown Community Calendar - sent out to all Moorestown residents. A must have in every Moorestown household if you want to know what's going on in town!
-artwork by Margaret Ingersoll

#87
The intersection of Main Street, looking down Kings Highway on the left and Camden Avenue on the right. Straight ahead is the Perkins Center. Once available as a postcard.
- Sandi

#88
Corner of Chester Ave. and Third Street. This was Andys auto parts in the 60s and was bought by Peter Bertotti. It was renamed Petes auto parts in the early 70s.
Currently the Moorestown Friends Store.

#89

#90
West Main Street looking down towards Church Street. The Acme Market is now Peter Pan.
- Sandi

#91
The gym at the Moorestown Community House - decked out for a nice lunch or dinner!

#92
Moorestown Community House Opening week program dated April 11-16 1906

#93
Moorestown COmmunity House, 16 E. Main Street.

#94
The old RR underpass east of Moorestown on Marne Highway. Now gone - traffic now goes over the RR tracks where Marne Highway crosses Centerton Road.

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Fun at Strawbridge Lake Park

#98
Cub Scout Pack 44 participated in the 2005 Memorial Day Ceremony held at Memorial Field.
-David

#99
Town clock on Main Street near the corner of Main Street and Chester Ave.

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Two pictures of the water tower that stood across the street from the corner of Zelley Ave. and E. Main Street. The footings are still there.
- circa 1912 and 1979

#104
Two pictures of the north side of E. Main Street (looking west)
- circa 1910 and 1979

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#107
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

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Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#110
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#111
Wecome to Moorestown!!!
The Moorestown Improvement Association Annual Meeting in 2004 celebrating 100th year!
-Ed

#112
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#113
Another beautiful home (East Maple Ave.) nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#114
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

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Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

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Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

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Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#118
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#119
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#120
East Main Street in fron tof the old Jail House looking Southeast.

#121
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA.
-photo courtesy of Fran Fisher

#122
Stokes Hill on a great sleding day!!

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Community House front lawn.

#125
Another georgeous, fun filled day in the best place to live in America!

#126
Making scarecrows at Autumn in Moorestown Festival.

#127
Autumn in Moorestown festivities.

#128
Art exibit in the gym of the Community House

#129
Pumpkin painting during the Autumn in Moorestown Day festivities.

#130
Sweet Vettes on display at Autumn at Moorestown Day festival.

#131
Old cars on display at Autmun in Moorestown festival.

#132
The beginning of the current dynasty: 2000 Moorestown High School Girls Lacrosse Team. They have been state champions ever since!

#133
American Cancer Society Bike-a-thon. Anita and the Moorestown.com webmasters.

#134
Moorestown Rotary Run

#135
The 'golf ball'. It sat on the site of the 'cornfield cruiser', the AEGIS training ship. It was an early warning radar during the cold war.

It was also used by our 9th grade science teacher for a project where the students supposed it was the size of the sun. The students then had to figure out where and what size the rest of the planets would be. Pluto would have been the size of a marble and located in the parking lot of Ott's Laurel Run Tavern (which is now gone) - Spencer

#136
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA. At least the Webmaster thinks so!

#137
Another beautiful home nestled in the 'Best Place to Live in America', Moorestown NJ USA. At least the Webmaster thinks so!

#138
Graduation at Moorestown High. Good Luck everyone!

#139
Graduation at Moorestown High. Good Luck everyone!

#140
Trinity Episcopal Church - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#141
Philly Soft Pretzel - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#142
Ralph's Corner Market - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#143
Caryn Max Salon - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#144
Trinity Episcoal Church - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#145
Our Lady of Good Counsel - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#146
First Baptist - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#147
The Cubby Hole - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#148
Peter Pan Bakery - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#149
Workman's Bicycle Shop - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#150
Soccer Game, Memorial Field - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#151
Bold Stripes - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#152
Interior Peter Pan Bakery - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#153
Church and Main Streets - Painted by Erin McGee Ferrell

If you are an artist or photographer with a painting/picture of Moorestown and would like to display it here on Moorestown.com, email it to the sitemaster at the link at the bottom of the page.

#154
Winter scene at Strawbridge Lake - Jay

Got Moorestown scenes? Send them to the sitemaster (link at bottom of page)

#155
Winter scene at Strawbridge Lake - Jay

Got Moorestown scenes? Send them to the sitemaster (link at bottom of page)

#156
Wow ! This is a first (even for the webmaster). I guess there's a market for anything.

#157
Moorestown Business Association booth with President Mark Morgan, organizers of the Autumn in Moorestown Festival 2008. More festival photos by Tom Sheckels at sheckelscreations.com

#158
Autumn in Moorestown 2008, Mayor Kevin Aberant, Gina Zegel, event chairman, and Kathy Logue, Liberty Bell Bank Diamond Sponsor. More festival photos by Tom Sheckels at sheckelscreations.com

#159
Autumn in Moorestown 2008, Event winner painter Linda Ramsey, with Mayor Kevin Aberant and Katy Logue, Liberty Bell Bank Diamond Sponsor. More festival photos by Tom Sheckels at sheckelscreations.com

#160
Autumn in Moorestown 2008 Festival, having fun. More festival photos by Tom Sheckels at sheckelscreations.com

#161
Autumn in Moorestown 2008. Scarecrow looking under the hood at car show. More festival photos by Tom Sheckels at sheckelscreations.com

#162
Another beautiful home in Moorestown !
Photograph by Zeynep Marasheski.

#163
Another beautiful home in Moorestown !
Photograph by Zeynep Marasheski.

#164
Another beautiful home in Moorestown !
Photograph by Zeynep Marasheski.

#165
Old Moorestown Police Department and Jail - Liz

#166
Nipper sitting in front of the Moorestown Community House (painted by Midge Ingersoll) - Liz

#167
Robert Hall at Moorestown Friends School, E. Main Street

#168
Can anyone name the year and models? Please send them to the sitemaster. Link at bottom of page.

#169
The Moorestown Community House at 16 E. Main Street

#170
Old Stanwick Road Train Station. It stood at the corner of Third Street and Stanwick Rd adjacent to the railroad tracks.

#171
Looking East on the corner of East Main Street and Chester Ave.

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The old Jail House on East Main Street, a few few doors east of the Community House.

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Old Burlington County Trust Company. It is next to the Quaker Cemetary at the corner of Main and Chester Avenue.

#181

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This is East Main Street looking toward Chester - the Clock by the Bank is in the background and the drug store is Stiles. - Carol

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Trinity Episcopal Church. It stands at the corner of Main Street and Church Street.

#187
Moorestown Field Club

#188
Friends Meeting House taken from where the Friends School library now stands - Curt.

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This is the original JS Collins Building at 3rd & Mill Streets across from the old Ice house.
Now houses the Moorestown Hardware Store. - Carol

#192
Moorestown High School - the gym and cafeteria section of the building still stands - Currently the recreation center.
We had split-session classes during the first part of the year till the “new” middle school opened. What ridiculous/ugly gym suits we girls had to wear, I remember getting them in the old gym the beginning of school. I still have mine.
-Ellen MHS'76

#193
Smith-Cadbury Mansion, home of the Moorestown Historical Society

#194
Lutheran Home, East Main Street (was Eldridge Johnson's home prior to being The Lutheran Home).

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Corner of Chester Ave. and E. Main Street looking west.

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Main Street in front of the Community House looking East.

 



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