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Mercer County

Monument where Washington Crossed the Delaware, near Trenton

McConkey Homestead, Washington's Crossing, Geo. Washington stayed here all night the night before the battle of Trenton

Fountain Square, Hightstown

Avery, Coleman and Trask Dormitories, Peddie School, Hightstown

Trenton Junction Station. Advertising Card for Philadelphia & Reading Ry., Charles A. Klink, Advertising Agent

Nassau Tavern, Princeton

Hodge Hall Theolog. Sem., Princeton

Looking East on Nassau Street, Princeton

Nassau St., Princeton

State Capitol, Trenton

State House from River, Trenton

State Capitol and Annex showing Delaware River in Background, Trenton

The Old Barracks, Erected 1758, Trenton

Battle Monument, Trenton

McClellan Monument, Trenton

Fire Headquarters, Trenton

The Aleda Apartments, Cor. E. Hanover and Montgomery Streets, Trenton

Old Ladies Home, Trenton

Free Public Library, Trenton

(A. A. O. N. M. S. Mosque) Crescent Shrine Temple, Trenton [1931]

Country Club, Trenton

The Elks' Home, Trenton

Swamp Angel, Trenton

Young Mens' Christian Association, Trenton

Barlow's Hotel, Trenton

Multiple Views - Y. M. C. A. Building, Masonic Temple, St. Francis Hospital, Trenton

Old Masonic Temple, 1793, Trenton

Pennsylvania Rail Road Station (Western Flier at Station), Trenton

Broad Street, National Bank and Wilkinson Building, Trenton

U. S. Court and Post Office Building, Trenton

Steamer "Burlington" leaving Trenton for Philadelphia, Pa.

Penn. R. R. Bridge across Delaware River, Trenton

Calhoun St. Bridge over Delaware River, Trenton
Trenton Street Scenes

East State Street from Broad St., Trenton

East State Street, Trenton

State Street Looking West from City Hall, Trenton

Warren Street, Trenton

Clinton Avenue, Trenton

Chestnut Avenue, Trenton

Broad Street, Looking North, Trenton

State Street, East from Broad Street, Trenton
Trenton Churches

1st Methodist Episcopal Church, Trenton

Old Quaker Church, Occupied by British Light Dragoons, December 1776, Trenton

Presbyterian Church organized in 1712, Trenton
Trenton Schools

School for the Deaf Mutes, Trenton

High School, Trenton

High School, Trenton

Immaculate Conception School, Trenton

School of Industrial Arts, Trenton

State Normal and Model Schools, Trenton
Trenton Hospitals

Office of the State Hospital for the Insane, Trenton

Administration Building, State Insane Asylum, Trenton

St. Francis Hospital, Trenton

Mercer Hospital, Trenton
Trenton Inter-State Fair

"The Pike", Inter-State Fair, Trenton

The Paddock and Judges' Stand, Inter-State Fair, Trenton

Advertising Card for Inter-State Fair, Trenton [1905]

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