Dutch Maid Motels
Title:
Dutch Maid Motels
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome PM 1956 Mar-10

Description:
Route 29 - US 22. 15 miles south of New York City. Modern court - tiled baths - radiant heat - family rooms - television - restaurants.


Colonial Motor Court Motel
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Colonial Motor Court Motel
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
32 Rooms, Furniture by Simmons - Private Ceramic Tile Baths. Open All Year. Fireproof Construction, Radio & TV, Air Conditioning. 18 Miles from New York-8 Miles from Newark. AAA. Restaurant and bus Connections Close By.



Dutch Maid Motels
Title:
Dutch Maid Motels
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused


Dutch Maid Motels
Title:
Dutch Maid Motels
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern Court - Tiled Baths - Radiant Heat - Family Rooms - Television - Restaurants - AAA approved - Superior Courts. 15 Miles South of New York City.



Street View of Presbyterian Church
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Street View of Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused


Methodist Church
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Methodist Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused


Dutch Maid Motels
Title:
Dutch Maid Motels
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 29 - US 22; 70 other rooms available; Dutch Maid Motels, Route 25 - US 1, Woodbridge, NJ



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
First Presbyterian Church Springfield, NJ One of America's historic churches Founded in 1745. From this church, Parson Caldwell took Psalm Books during the Revolutionary War and flung them to the Americans to use for gun wadding, crying, "Put Watts' into the boys."


The First Presbyterian Church
Title:
The First Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1745. During the retreating of the British, June, 1780, Parson Caldwell took Psalm books during the flight and flung them to the Americans for wadding, crying, "Put Watts into 'em, boys." Curt Teich & Co



Robway River
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Robway River
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Nov-5


View of Morris Ave
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View of Morris Ave
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM Feb-12



The First Presbyterian Church, Union County
Title:
The First Presbyterian Church, Union County
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
This historic landmark of Springfield, New Jersey was founded in 1745. The original edifice was burned by the British during the revolutionary War.


Battle Monument, Union County
Title:
Battle Monument, Union County
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
The first British advance was stayed at the bridge east of the village June 7, 1780. the Battle of Springfield was fought June 23rd. The Americans under General Greene on that day near the stream west of the church checked the enemy, who in their retreat burned the church and the village. Monument erected in 1905.



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized 1745. Present Building 1791. One of America's historic churches. Scene of famous "Give Them Watts! Boys" incident in Revolutionary War when pages of Watts' Hymnals were used for gun wadding. Today the Church stands as a true altar of liberty.


The Cannon Ball House
Title:
The Cannon Ball House
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Built sometime prior to Revolution. One of the three houses in the village not burned by retreating British in Battle of Springfield, June 23, 1780. Named from cannon ball which struck its northwestern gable.



The First Presbyterian Church
Title:
The First Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1745. During the retreating of the British, June, 1780, Parson Caldwell took Psalm books during the fight and flung them to the Americans for wadding, crying, "Put Watts Into 'em, Boys".


The Cannon Ball House
Title:
The Cannon Ball House
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Built prior to the Revolution. Named from the cannon ball which struck its northwestern gable when British retreated in the Battle of Springfield, June, 1780.



Caldwell'S Presbyterian Church
Title:
Caldwell'S Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
DURING THE BATTLE OF SPRINGFIELD IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION THIS CHURCH WAS SUBJECTED TO HEAVY FIRE AND IS KNOWN ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AS THE CHURCH OF MILITANT PERSON, JAMES CALDWELL WHO DURING A SHORTAGE OF GUN WADDING RAN OUT WITH HYMNALS AND UTTERED HIS FAMOUS REMARK," GIVE 'EM WATTS BEYS!". THE PERSONAGE UNION, N.J. (1782) ORIGINAL BUILDING BURNED BY THE BRITISH AFTER MURDER OF HANNAH CALDWELL, WIFE OF REV. JAMES CALDWELL, KILLED BY BRITISH SOLDIER, JUNE 7,1780.


Caldwell's Presbyterian Church
Title:
Caldwell's Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1946

Description:
During the Battle of Springfield in the American Revolution this church was subjected to heavy flac and is known all over the country as the church or the militant parson, James Caldwell, who during a shortage of gun wadding ran out with hymnois and uttered his famous remark, "Give 'em Watts, boys!" The Parsonage, Union, N. J. (1782) original building burned by the British after murder of Hannah Caldwell, wife of Rev. James Caldwell, killed by British soldier, June 7, 1780.



The Story Of Reverend Caldwell
Title:
The Story Of Reverend Caldwell
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1945

Description:
The Historic Caldwell Parsonage, Caldwell's Presbyterian Church During the Battle of Springfield in the American Revolution this church was subjected to heavy fire and is known all over the country as the church of the militant parson, James Caldwell, who during a shortage of gun wadding ran out with hymnals and uttered his famous remark, 'Give 'em Watts, boys!" The parsonage, Union, N. J. (1782) original building burned by the British after murder of Hannah Caldwell, wife of Rev. James Caldwell, killed by British soldier, June 7, 1780.


Caldwell's Presbyterian Church
Title:
Caldwell's Presbyterian Church
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused

Description:
During the Battle of Springfield in the American Revolution this church was subjected to heavy fire and is known all over the country as the church of the militant parson, James Caldwell, who during a shortage of gun wadding ran out with hymnals and uttered his famous remark, "Give 'em Watts, boys!"



Dutch Maid Motels
Title:
Dutch Maid Motels
Springfield New Jersey (NJ), Chrome

Description:
Route 29 - US 22




Total: 23 Items