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Port Richmond Square, Circa 1910.

Port Richmond Square, Circa 1910.
Published by H. Ebertz, Stapleton.

Port Richmond Dutch Reformed Church, Circa 1920.

Port Richmond Dutch Reformed Church, built 1786; Circa 1920. Known as the "Rebel Church," the first church building was burned in the Revolution. Published by Lumitone Press Photo-Print, New York.

Port Richmond Library, 1908.

Port Richmond Library (a Carnegie library), 1908.
Published by Valentine & Sons, Great Britain.

Masonic Temple, Port Richmond, Circa 1920.

Masonic Temple (later CYO), Port Richmond, Circa 1920. Published by W.J. Grimshaw, West Brighton; Albertype, Brooklyn. Note Ritz Theatre water towers top right.

Mason's Card, 1910.

Bayonne Bridge, 1930s.

Bayonne Bridge, Elm Park, 1930s. Published by Weitzman's Photo Shop, Stapleton; Albertype, Brooklyn.

Sailboat Entering Arthur Kill, 1910.

Sailing ship entering Arthur Kill, 1910. Published by Ferdinand Thoele, Jersey City.

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