It is really nice to know that many of the posts on this blog are touching visitors in so many different, positive ways. Anyone who remembers the 50's when Perry Como had that delightful variety hour on TV will remember the segment where the Como chorus sang, "Letters, we get letters, we get stacks and stacks of letters...Dear Perry..."
Thanks Tom Glover, for the Hamilton/Trenton area historical postings.
Excited to search for pictures of places !
#626 10/7/2011, 08:34:45, PDT Donna
#625 10/6/2011, 11:02:50, PDT Tami Scully Savino
Hello, I am Lou Kocsak's granddaughter. I wanted to thank you for your post regarding his camera shop, Lou's home movies. How very nice to read. Thank you again, Tami Scully Savino
#624 10/1/2011, 17:28:00, PDT Judy
I attended Mercerville School in the late 50's-mid 60's (K-6) I was wondering if there are any class pictures ?
#623 9/30/2011, 02:13:57, PDT Jerry Mangine
I'd like to thank you for your website. My father Tommy Mangine played for the Trenton Eagles and now I have a picture of him in uniform.
#622 9/27/2011, 15:37:11, PDT Warren Rue
#621 9/27/2011, 12:33:51, PDT Karen EAGLE Moman: Please, do you realize you have some WWII pictures on this site that has a 50 star American Flag? Please, get this corrected. Look at a 48 star flag (as flew over our country in WWII) and look at the 50 star flag. The stars are placed in a different manner. I keep seeing this all over the web. It is disgraceful. Our citizens fought an died for that 48 star flag and someone is out there putting a 50 star flag on WWII posters and letters.SHAMEFUL
For Karen Eagle Moman #621: Get over your indignation. If you follow this man's website than there is NO WAY you could ever call him or his material, "shameful" or his presentations, disgraceful. If Tom made a mistake, then that is what it is, a mistake. He is one of the most respectful and patriotic men that I know. Shame on you for your e-mail.
(TOM REPLIES: NO MISTAKES WERE MADE. THE AMERICAN FLAG IS THE AMERICAN FLAG WHETHER 13 STARS, 48, 49, 50, 51 52....)
#620 9/24/2011, 06:37:41, PDT Lakeside Girl
Also, the home page graphic does not extend across the entire screen. The images would be larger and easier to see!
(CHANGE YOUR MONITOR RESOLUTION TO 800 X 600 TO GET FULL SCREEN)
#619 9/24/2011, 06:35:00, PDT Lakeside Girl
Tom, Love your new home page, but one problem. The caption at the top of the picture, second from the left, can't be seen. Yellow lettering on the light sky is hard to read. Thanks!
#618 9/20/2011, 18:24:16, PDT Wally Lane
While working on my family's genealogy, I found "family lore" that states: 'Henry Burem (Boerum) was born in 1758 at Half Way House, Mercer Co., NJ'. I surmise that is was a stop over point on the road through Mercer County, but am unable to find any definitive detail. Can you shed any light on its location and or other detail?
#617 9/20/2011, 12:37:09, PDT Frank Smith
Born in Mercerville, Hamilton Twp 1946 and I enjoy reflecting on a better life back in the olde days of NJ
#616 9/19/2011, 14:06:38, PDT Robert Wilson
I LOVE THE GOOD OLD DAYS
#615 9/19/2011, 13:23:26, PDT John Szeker, HHS '50
Tom - just looking in and reviewing some great, old places in Trenton and Hamilton Twp (HHS) that I used to hang out in and had great fun with my old HHS buddies. Thanks for keeping the site current.
#614 9/17/2011, 07:37:00, PDT Lakeside Girl
Congrats to Mr. Klek for designing your new homepage graphic, but I loved the old one!
#613 9/15/2011, 14:53:54, PDT Noel Goeke
About Clay Street picture.
John & Robert were before me but i knew their families well. Picture looks like late 1930s.
About 12 homes on Clay Street were torn down to make way for the freeway. Lewis Street was also cut off at the same time with homes torn down also.I remember walking across the RR bridge on my way to THS before it was closed. Clay Street was a grand old neighborhood.
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