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Gayner Glass Works, Salem NJ - Hand Blown Carboys - Demijohns

Rare video of hand blowing glass carboy bottles at the Gayner Glass Works in South Jersey. Gayner continued to hand make these bottles because they di.

Roger Bros 1850 Salem NJ Wheaton Amber Glass Bottle with cork - 10" tall

Roger Bros 1850 Salem NJ Wheaton Amber Glass Bottle with cork - tall

Swimming in the Delaware River at Riverview Beach. Postcard ca. 1920.

Riverview Beach Park~Pennsville~Salem County, New Jersey

Today’s Picture From The Past shows two young girls at the Donkey Ride at Pennsville’s Riverview Beach Park.

John Maddox Denn House, Alloway, Salem County, NJ - Google Search

John Maddox Denn House, Alloway, Salem County, NJ - Google Search

Beach at Pennsville NJ Riverview Beach Park

1950s Diner illustration.

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Riverview Park, Amusement Parks, Trains, Train

View of the 10 inch disappearing guns at Battery Harker within Fort Mott, Salem County, NJ, photographed between 1898 and 1908. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

View of the 10 inch disappearing guns at Battery Harker within Fort Mott, Salem County, NJ, photographed between 1898 and 1908. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Pennsville,  NJ electric trolley at Broadway (rt49) and East Pittsfield St.

Pennsville, NJ electric trolley at Broadway and East Pittsfield St.

Pennsville NJ 1960

Pennsville NJ 1960

This photo shows the old Town Hall on South Broadway near Main Street in Pennsville. The building included the municipal offices along with the fire company and police department at the time. We believe this photo was taken in the 1940s. The two gentlemen sitting out front are not identified. This building was later replaced with the modern Town Hall at 90 North Broadway in Pennsville. Note the siren atop the building. (File Photo)

Vintage photos of Salem County

This photo shows the old Town Hall on South Broadway near Main Street in Pennsville. The building included the municipal offices along with the fire company and police department at the time. We believe this photo was taken in the 1940s. The two gentlemen sitting out front are not identified. This building was later replaced with the modern Town Hall at 90 North Broadway in Pennsville. Note the siren atop the building. (File Photo)

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