Aaron Carter Image From Page 21 Of The Oranges And Their Points Of Interest Embracing Orange East Orange West Orange South Orange And Orange Valley 1891

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Image from page 21 of "The Oranges and their points of interest, embracing Orange, East Orange, West Orange, South Orange and Orange valley" (1891)

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Identifier: orangestheirpoin00will Title: The Oranges and their points of interest, embracing Orange, East Orange, West Orange, South Orange and Orange valley Year: 1891 (1890s) Authors: [Williams, John Austin] [from old catalog] Subjects: Publisher: Newark, Mercantile pub. co. Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: wo-story frame building on Essex avenue. YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 419 Main Street, Orange, N. J. BOARD OF TRUSTEE?, Incorporated December, 1887. SAMUEL COLGATE, President, ROBERT D. DOUGLASS, Secretary. AARON CARTER, Treasurer. Jonathan J. BrGOKE, George Gray, Jacob D. Mills, FreiVk M. Shf.IARD, Joseph W. Stickler, \nil the President of the Association, ex-officio. OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.R. M. COLGATE, President A. D. CHAMBERS, Treasurer. DAVID G. HOLMES, Secretary Pro. tern. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.Geo. Battles, M. D., Edw. Green, Gilbert Colgate, vv. s. Knowles, Edw. E. Ci *>. W. Richards, Sumner P. Dudley, J. W. Stickler, Thos. S. P. Fitch, M. I)., Henry ii. Truman, EXECUTIVE OFFICERS.Harold W. Buchan w. Genera] Been t.i .Limn M, Lantng, Jr., Assistant Seen John E. Dalphin, i ifflce Assistant Edwin W. Logan, Physical Director. VALLEY BRANCH.— 72 Freeman Strfet. Gilbert Colgate, Chi mil John M. Laning, Jr. Secretary, [pi COLORED DEP IRTMENT.—Willow Hall, Main Street. Text Appearing After Image: ORANGE AND ITS POINTS OF INTEREST. ,- CHURCHES AHD CEMETERIES. Orange may well be called a city of churches. There is scarcely a denomination of any importancethat is not represented within its limits. Many of its churches are models of architectural beautyThe oldest is the First Presbyterian. This is the oldest church organization in the County,outside of the city of Newark. It was organized in 17 19, as The Mountain Society, and was known assuch for nearly or quite a century. As late as 1753 the parish embraced what is now Orange, East,West and South Orange, Livingston, Bloomfield, Montclairand Caldwell. In 1720 ground was purchasedfrom Samuel Wheeler, on which to erect a house of worship. The site selected was in the middle ofwhat is now Main Street, between Day and Cone streets. The roadbed parted at the church and ran oneither side of it, meeting again beyond the edifice. In 1754, a second edifice was erected, also in themiddle of Main Street. It was built of stone and was posses Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.


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