A bucolic borough centered between two rivers and a broad boulevard, Rumson evokes the legendary Rumson Road, which by 1890 was one of the nation's most famed country drives. Life between the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers is documented here in fascinating detail, both on Rumson Road and in Rumson's local villages.
About the Author
Monmouth historian Randall Gabrielan is an active member of several Monmouth County historical societies and a prolific historical author. His selection of images from the end of the nineteenth century to the close of the twentieth reveals his affection for and knowledge of both the town and people of Rumson.