Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1940 Oct-4


Lord Sterling's Residence During the Revolutionary War
Title:
Lord Sterling's Residence During the Revolutionary War
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Along the Passaic at Dead River Bridge
Title:
Along the Passaic at Dead River Bridge
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Basking Ridge Library
Title:
Basking Ridge Library
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused



Basking Ridge Library
Title:
Basking Ridge Library
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused


Basking Ridge Library
Title:
Basking Ridge Library
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused



View of Oak Tree
Title:
View of Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused

Description:
In 1924 this tree was 93 feet high, had a spread of 126 feet and was 23 feet in circumference at the base. Three tons of concrete were used in filling 72 cavities.


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Chrome



Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


Oak Tree
Title:
Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused



Oak Tree
Title:
Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused


Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Chrome



Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Title:
Presbyterian Church and Historic Oak Tree
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1935 Jun-24

Description:
The origin of this old Church dates back to 1702. The present structure was build A. D. 1839 on the site of the former one reared A. D. 1719, where stood the ancient Log Church. The Historic Oak estimated four hundred years old, its branches extend 130 feet from tip to tip. Noted for its large trunk, being 23 feet and 7 inches in circumference.



The Historic Oak
Title:
The Historic Oak
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM Aug-26

Description:
The Historic Oak, estimated 400 years old; its branches extend 130 feet from tip to tip; noted for its large trunk, being 23 feet and 7 inches in circumference; George Washington during the Revolutionary War ate dinner beneath it one day


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Basking Ridge New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 89561 The oak tree to the right of the church dates back to Revolutionary War Days





Total: 16 Items