9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday & Saturday (Same Time)
Join me as I discover the unique and interesting historic sites and antiques New Jersey has to offer.
I want to teach America just how significant New Jersey is!
|The William V. Snyder Dry Goods Store, circa 1910.|
S. Klein's operated its Newark store until 1976 and has remained vacant since."Klein's is not a pretty place. Its floors are bare. There are no saleswomen. Customers must select dresses themselves from the crude iron racks, try them on in crowded public dressing rooms. Klein's does not advertise—except to keep customers away on holidays when the store is closed."
|Broad Street circa 1950s, showing the S. Klein Store and the new Art Moderne facade on McCrory's.|
|The Wiss Building, circa 1920.|
|The Wiss Building, 2013.|
|Greek Revival recessed door with denticulated architrave.|
|Samuel Southard Law Office|
|The James Reading House in 1963. Source: HABS|
|The Doric House parlor.|