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Tom:Apparently this is one of the photos that got "scrubbed" from you site, since I recall you posting this some time in the past year or so.When enlarged, you can easily make out the Fire house in the next block which was across from the Firestone store, and The Henderson Car agency. There is a glimpse of the State House Annex on the right which had a walkway directly across State St. to the Capital.Just aroung the cornetr on Willow St. was John Curry's ticket agency.John was a Mercer Freeholder, and lng time County Clerk preceded Bill Falcey.Look hard, and you see the roof line of my old lodge. Trenton BPOE #105 on North Warren, just across from where W.Hanover began.Mike Kuzma
I DELIVERED MAIL TO PART OF W.HANOVER CLOSER TO CALHOUN IN THE EARLY 50'S. JOHN O'MALLEY, WHO WAS ASSISTANT POSTMASTER AT THE TIME, LIVED ON W. HANOVER. IT WAS ONE OF THE HEAVIEST MAIL ROUTES IN THE CITY. IN ADDITION TO THE STATE HOUSE MAIL, THERE WERE NUMEROUS DOCTORS, THE ROEBLING FAMILY AND POLITICAL PEOPLE GALORE. IT WAS A TOUGH ROUTE. BEST REGARDS.
YOU CAN EXPECT TO SEE A DUPLICATE PHOTO HERE AND THERE. SOME ARE THE EXACT DUPLICATE, OTHERS WITH A DIFFERENT VANTAGE POINT, DIFFERENT AUTO, ETC. IN MANY CASES, I TAKE A STANDARD PHOTO, EXPAND IT TO THE MAXIMUM, AND ZERO IN ON A CERTAIN AREA.TOM
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