Emil's Bake Shoppe, the White Horse Diner, and Gropp's White Horse Tavern; What more can we ask for in this splendid view of the South Broad Street-White Horse area? Note that this and the photo below are not from the Duke University R.C. Maxwell collection, rather they are in the "HAMILTON-VIEWS OF" folder in the Hamilton Library Local History Collection.
That reminded of some fishing trips with my Dad. We would take the bus to the circle and walk down the hill of 206 to a place on Crosswicks Creek. I believe it was a fellow who rented boats and sold live bait of killies and worms and his name was Ray Londhal or Londell.