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The oldest municipal building in use in Stone Harbor it was authorized by Borough Council in 1923 and erected in 1924. The "Water Works" is a good example of Spanish Revival architecture, popular in the 1920's. It was erected and eq…
The tower and bells were dedicated to the glory of God on June 14, 1998. In 1893 the federal government commissioned a set of thirteen bells to provide the music for a celebration commemorating the 100th anniversary of the laying of the corners…
(Side 1) The Cape May County Court House was completed on this site in 1850 by local master builder/architect, Daniel Hand. Shamgar Hand, his ancestor, had settled on this same site in 1695. (Side 2) Cape May Court House has…
This tablet is dedicated by the Cape May Patriots Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution to the memory of the Cape May patriots who fought in the War of the American Revolution 1775-1783, those who were members of the Provincial Congress or …
Settled by Shamgar Hand 1690. "Middletown" became Cape May Court House. First County building, 1745; this structure, 1849.
...mortally wounded June 29 1776 in the cause of American freedom at the Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet Presented by the Cape May Patriots Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Vintage House 1895 Stone Harbor The Historic Tatham Life Saving Station Circa 1895 This property has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior
This memorial dedicated to those who served their country in the armed forces Avalon N J Sept 1949 Veteran's Plaza
This bunker or gun emplacement was built in 1942. The round turrets on either side held 6 inch guns. The horseshoe shaped structures which can be seen out in front of low tide are panama mounts. These were built in July 1941 prior to the construct…
The Bunker or Gun Emplacement was built in 1942 during World War II by the Sea-bees as part of the "Harbor Defense Program". When completed it was on ground and sat 900 feet (three football fields) inland from the ocean. Severe erosio…