I have a fairly significant digital collection of columns relating to the various markets that once dotted the little town of Trenton. One of them has been written about many times by various writers over the years, including yours truly. The Greene Street Market was located at today's State and Broad Streets and was placed right in the middle of North Broad Street to around Academy Street. In the years markets were in style, farmers from miles around loaded their horse drawn wagons and headed into Trenton to sell fresh fruit, vegetables and other products in demand. There was always stalls set aside for butchers, bakers, and yes, probably even candle stick makers.