We’re seeking some help from a skilled seamstress and from a carpenter/woodworker for some projects in our historic Martin Berry House. Our volunteer seamstress would make some curtains for the MBH. Under the guidance of a Trustee of the Society, the volunteer(s) will develop plan for styles for various rooms. Some curtains are needed now,… Continue reading (Volunteer) help wanted
We would like to give these a good home: Three vintage US Army wood-and-canvas folding cots, probably circa 1951. I assembled two; the canvas is in good shape, no evident dry rot, but caution advised before lying on them. (They held my weight.) This eBay offer is a similar model – those shown do not… Continue reading Offering to a good (historic-minded) home
The First Reformed Dutch Church was organized by the area’s Dutch settlers in 1736; the church we know today was constructed in 1771. “George Washington was said to have been a frequent worshipper in the church while he stayed in Pompton during the Revolution,” according to a newspaper article. The beautiful First Reformed Church, with… Continue reading October 1937: The church burned
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