Scrapbook of Morris County
Morris Co. Up


This page is a scrapbook of photographs / post cards of various areas and ancestors of Morris County that I hope you will enjoy. If you have any photo's or post cards that you have scanned in and would like to have shown here, please contact me.

 

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Penny PostCards

 

Morris County

Old Boonton
contributed by: Karen Tierney Krohn

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This is a Pic of John Henry Wilson and Pheobe (Smith) Wilson, daughter of William B Smith of Boonton. They where married in the Boonton Presbyterian Church on April 9, 1881

contributed by: Karen Tierney Krohn

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The Wayside Inn in Denville.
If you look to the right of the pitcher you will see the bridge for the Den brook. But no bridge for Rt 46 so the picture was taken before Rt. 46 was diverted over Rt. 53 or west main Street.
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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The Denville Shack.  
It was at the same location were the Burger King is today. On Rt. 46 and Franklin Rd. Denville NJ.
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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Interior of the bar at the Denville Shack. The Denville Shack was owned and operated by Joe Greenburg
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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Green Pond Hotel, Up on Green Pond Mountian
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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The Circle S Ranch off of Green Pond Road. An early tri-fold postcard size ad for a summer vacation destination.

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Billy Stevens Sinclare on Main St. in Denville, where McCarter's station is today
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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Denville Garrage on Main St. Denville NJ
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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North Main St. Boonton around 1900, It say's on the back of the picture it is Senator Hillary's House
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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Norells Resturant and Bar, there is an Esso station also. This is at the Entrance to Arrow Head Lake, where Gearhart's Car Dealership is today. Denville
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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The forge at the foot of the Split Rock Dam (Rockaway Twp.)
Contributed by William Jaye Peer

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Jack Emerick (father) and Jack Emerick (son) taken in 1940 in New York, as they were going to the World's Fair.

 The Emerick Family was from Boonton, New Jersey
Contributed by Barbara Brown Hootman

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Boonton High School - 1933
Pauline Brody (Mrs Jack Emerick, SR) is in the front row and the 6th from the left.  They were both born, married and lived in Boonton, New Jersey
Contributed by Barbara Brown Hootman

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