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2 edition of history of Pitman, New Jersey found in the catalog.

history of Pitman, New Jersey

Harold F. Wilson

history of Pitman, New Jersey

cottagers and commuters

by Harold F. Wilson

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Published by Mollenhauer in [Pitman, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pitman (N.J.)
    • Subjects:
    • Pitman (N.J.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Harold F. Wilson ; history from 1955-1975 and ill. by Lorraine Allison Mollenhauer.
      ContributionsMollenhauer, Lorraine Allison.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF144.P69 W5 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 190 p., [7] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4915697M
      LC Control Number76150444

      South Broadway. Washington Ave. North Broadway. Boulevard Ave. OPEN SUN, PM. 16 Holly Glen Dr. Wildwood Ave. New Jersey Yearbooks. High School Yearbooks. Abraham Clark High School. Academy of the Holy Angels (Demarest) Academy of the Holy Angels (Fort Lee) Academy of the Sacred Heart. Admiral Farragut Academy. Allentown High School. Archbishop Walsh High School. Arthur L Johnson Regional High School. Arts High School. Asbury Park High School.

        Otis Edward "Pete" Peters, 90, longtime resident of Pitman, New Jersey, passed away after a short illness on October 8, Born in Woodbury, he served in the US Army and was retired from Mobil Oil in Paulsboro. He was a devoted husband to Pauline (nee Schmuck), loving father to Evelyn Hubler (Carl), Elain Kensil (Zane), and Renee Sheridan (Leonard); wonderful grandfather to Phone: () MONTGOMERY AVE. Pitman, NJ is a 0 sqft home sold on and is owned by NEW JERSEY TRANSIT.. The annual taxes is $. total assessment value of the property is $,The land was assessed at $, and the improvements to the property were assessed at $ Deed for. MONTGOMERY AVE is filed with the County Clerk in Book on Page The lot is. X, has .

      The Pitman Golf Course will maintain fair and affordable golf throughout the season by offering a variety of pricing strategies to help players save on the daily public rack rates. Here are a few ways where the Pitman Golf Course helps to control fees; Purchasing a PGC Discount Golf ID Card is the best way to ensure you will consistently save. There is a small book called Cottagers and Commuters: A History of Pitman, New Jersey that can be purchaes for $6 at McCowan Library in Pitman. This book describes the origin and growth of the Borough. Downtown Business Area: The business section of Pitman runs up and down Broadway. Many stores dot both sides of this street.


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