Riverside, NJ Images

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John McCormick

Teacher at Riverton School 1974-2019, author, amateur historian, Historical Society of Riverton Board Member 2007-2023, newsletter editor 2007-2023, website editor 2011-2023

10 thoughts on “Riverside, NJ Images”

  1. Sure enjoyed these wonderful old post cards! My aunt Ada LeConey was in the first graduating class of 193l, my mom, Clare Wolff, l932. Thanks so much for posting.

    1. I’ve got some photos of Riverside that my Aunt had given me. I have the first horse drawn fire engine. Also Zurbrug hospital when it was at a house on Fillmore St.,before the original hospital was built. The pictures are in my phone. Give me a phone number where I could send them.

      1. Hi, Barbara
        Thank you for visiting our website. Sounds cool. You can send image files to rivertonhistory@gmail.com and I will be glad to post them. If given a choice, please send larger files. Also include any captions or commentary you can.
        John McCormick

      2. Hi, my name is Robin Mason. I live at 857 Bridgeboro St in Riverside. I was looking at the images posted by the Historical Society. My grand daughter is doing a report for school on Riverside. I would love to have a copy of the pictures you spoke about. My phone number is 609-213-5808.

        1. Hi, Christina
          You are welcome to save image files you find here to display on your computer, but we do not offer larger files.
          John McCormick

    1. I believe they are in the process of moving into the same building that the library is located

    2. Not sure where they are moving but they have meetings at the American legion on amerAmer legion drive…hope this helps you.

  2. I found a very old wood box with the name Hester Price Riverside NJ. It has an engraving of a lady in a bonnet. I can’t find any info on this company. Any help would be appreciated.

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