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One of New Jersey’s oldest and most historic communities, Cranbury celebrated its 300th anniversary in 1997. Following the fantastic reception of Cranbury, an Images of America publication released in 1995, authors Peggy S. and Frank J. Brennan Jr. have developed the rich heritage of this community further in a marvelous second volume. The Brennans, Cranbury residents, reviewed more than 400 photographs to produce this vivid and thoroughly researched companion to the first book. They invite you to view the homes, churches, and public buildings that reflect a bygone era and discover the people, places, and events that contributed to life in Cranbury from the early nineteenth century through 1975. With its tree-lined Main Street and white, clapboard homes, old Cranbury brings to mind a simpler way of life in a younger, simpler America.
|Publisher:||Arcadia Publishing SC|
|Series:||Images of America Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Join Peggy and Frank Brennan as they pursue the history of this unique community. Most of the images in this book have never before been published and have been selected from family collections, while others were chosen from the archives of the Cranbury Historical and Preservation Society. Cranbury Volume II will certainly prove a valuable addition to the recorded history of the town and delight resident and historian alike.