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INDEX TO HISTORICAL 
PAPERS and their AUTHORS 



Appearing in the 

'* Papers and Proceedings" 

of the 
Bergen County Historical Society 



1902 — 1922 

Inclusive 



Compiled by 
FRANCES A. WESTERVELT, Curator 



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Index to Historical Papers 
A 

Address, Bergen County Historical Society, by Dr. Byron 

G. Van Home (1907-1908), p. 1, No. 4. 

Address by Everett L. Zabriskie, President, 

Semi-annual Special Number, p. 2. 
Address, Hohokus History, by Hon. Cornelius Doremus 
at the G. B. Keiser Reception, 

(1910-1911),p. 37, No. 7. 

Address Made in Presenting to Leonia the Washington 

Commemorative Tablet, by George Heber Jones, 

D.D (1915-1916), p. 109, No. 11. 

Address of Acceptance, Reid Howell, President, 

(1920-1921), p. 75, No. 14. 

Annual Report (1921-1922), p. 13, No. 15. 

Address of Executive Officer of Camp Merritt, Major 

Max W. Sullivauj (1919), Semi-annual Number, p. 17. 

Address of Welcome at Annual Meeting by President 

Lewis Marsena Miller (1920), p. 9, No. 13. 

(1921), p. 15, No. 14. 
Address of Welcome at Semi-annual Meeting, President 
Lewis Marsena Miller (1919) ; refers to Camp Mer- 
ritt Memorial Association, 

Semi-annual Special Number. 
Aims of Our Association, by Dr. Herman H. Home, 

Semi-annual Special Number. 
Allbee, Burton H., Death of.. (1920-1921), p. 50, No. 14. 
Allison Prize Compositions; Closter Schools, 

(1916-1917), p. 46, No. 12. 
Ancient Dutch Architecture, by Burton H. Allbee, 

(1908-1910), p. 19, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Andre Prison House at Tappan, N. Y., by William Alex- 
ander Linn (1914-1915), p. 7, No. 10. 

Articles of Incorporation (1907-1908), p. 7, No. 4. 

(1910-1911), p. 45, No. 7. 



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Baptist Clmrcli of Rutherford, The, by Rev. W. W. Case, 

(1921-1922), p. 79, No. 15. 

Bar of Bergen County, The; Read at Annual Dinner, 
^' 1907, Hon. Cornelius Doremus, 

(1906-1907), p. 53, No. 3. 

Baron Steuben's Estate (New Bridge), AVilliam Alex- 
ander Linn (1902-1905), p. 20, No. 1 

Bergen A Song of. Poem by Anna A. V. Dater, Report 
^Scrap Book Comm.. ..... (1921-1922), p. 110, No. 15. 

Bergen County Courts, with Appendix, by William M. 
Johnson (1910-1911), p. 9 No^ i. 

Bero-en County Descendants in Nova Scotia, by Dr. By- 
"ron G. A^an Home. . . (1913-1914), p. 17, Nos. 8 and 9. 

Bergen County Dutch, by Rev. John C. Voorhis, 

(1905-1906), p. 29, No. 2. 

Bero-en Countv Historical Society, The; Address by Pres- 
ident Byron G. A^an Home. . (1907-1908), p. 1, No. 4. 

Bero-en Countv Hospitals Opened, Report Comm. on 
Current History (1921-1922), p. 100, No. 15 

Bero-en Countv Motorcvcle Police Organized, Report 
"Comm. on Current History. (1921-1922), p. 88, No^l5. 

Bero-en County's Oldest Newspaper, Report Current His- 
"torv Committee (1920-1921), p. 38, No. 14. 

Bero-enDaily News, Report Current History Committee, 

J5er^en l^ y (1920-1921), p. 26, No. 14. 

Bergenfield (Old Schraalenburgh) Early History of, by 

AValter Christie (1914-1915), p. 39, No. 10. 

Bibliographv of Publications Pertaining to Bergen 

County,' by Salina F. AVatts, 

(1915-1916), p. 115, No. 11. 

Birth of the Society, by E. K. Bird. (1920), p. m, No. 13. 



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Camp Merritt Fires, Report Connnittee^on Current His- 



Camp Merritt, Locating of, by J. Spencer Smith, 

(1920), p. 52, No. 13. 
Camp Merritt, Location of, bv Watson G. Clark, 

(1920), I). 55, No. 13. 
Camp Merritt, Some Achievements of, by Major F. G. 

Landon (1919), Semi-annual Special Number. 

Camp M(H'ritt Memorial, by W. H. Roberts, 

(1919), p. 23, Semi-annual Special Number. 
Camp Merritt Memorial, Contract Let, Report Commit- 
tee on Cunvnt Plistory. . . (192M922), p. 99, No. 15. 
Camp Merritt Memorial, Rei:)ort of Connnittee on, 

(1920-1921), p. 72, No. 14. 
Catholic Church in Rutherford, History of the, 

(1921-1922), p. 84, No. 15. 
Changes, bv Hon. David D. Demarest, 

(1908-1910), p. 39, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Chestnut Ridge Rest Farm Founded, Report Committee 

on Current History (1921-1922), p. 94, No. 15. 

Christian Science in Rutherford, History of the Growth 

of (1921-1922), p. 83, No. 15. 

Church Davs in Old Schraalenburgh, l)v Frances A. 

WesterVelt (1914-1915), 'i). 33, No. 10. 

Church History Report (1920-1921), p. 25, No. 14. 

Closter, Historic, by David D. Ackerman, 

(1910-1911), p. 21, No. 7. 
Closter 's Old-Time History, Some of, by Mary Naugle, 

(1907-1908), p". 51, No. 4. 

Colonial and Revolutionarv Historv and Historical 

Places, by Col. W. D. Snow, (1902-1905), p. 9, No. 1. 

Congregational Church of Rutherford, The, bv Isabella 

^Yvatt (1921-1922), p. 74, No. 15. 

Constitution and By-Laws ; (1907-1908), p. 11, No. 4. 

Constitutional By-Laws, amended, 

(1914-1915), p. 69, No, 10. 
Crops and Live Stocks, ^'alue of. Report Committee on 

Current History (1920-1921), p. 76, No. 14. 

Cummings, Thomas H., Death of, Report Committee on 
Current History (1921-1922), p. 100, No. 15. 



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Deeds and Maps, List of (1915-1916), p. 28, No. 11. 

Demarest Family, Ancestral Place, Picardy, by Care 

Lloyd AVirthington (1915-1916), p. 16, No. 11. 

Demarest, Judge Milton, Death of, Eefjort Committee on 

Current History (1921-1922), p. 94, No. 15. 

Doremus, Schuyler, SOtli Anniversary in County Clerk's 
Office, Report of Committee on Current History, 

(1921-1922), p. 99, No. 15. 
Dutch Architecture, Ancient, by Burton H. Allbee, 

(1908-1910), p. 19, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Dutch, Bergen County, by Eev. John C. Voorhis, 

(1905-1906), p. 29, No. 2. 

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Early Legislation Affecting Bergen County, by Edmund 

W. Wakelee (1908-1910), p. 51*, Nos. 5 and 6. 

East Rutherford Memorial, Report Committee on Cur- 
rent History (1921-1922), p. 92, No. 15. 

Edsall Papers, The, by Dr. Byron G. Van Home, 

(1907-1908), p. 69, No. 4. 
Englewood, City of. Fiftieth Anniversary, Report Com- 
mittee on Current History. (1920-1921), p: 52, No. 14. 

(1921-192"2),p. 90, No. 15. 
Englewood, Naming of, Report Scrap Book Committee, 

(1921-1922), p. 113, No. 15. 
English Neighborhood Cliurch, The, Dr. B. F. Underwood, 

(1907-1908), p. 89, No. 4. 

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Facts and Figures from Manuscripts (illustrated), by 
Frances A. Westervelt. . . (1915-1916), p. 14, No. 11. 

First Presbyterian Church, Rutherford, by Mrs. William 
T. Cooper (1921-1922), p. 46, No. 15. 

First White Child in Bergen County, Report Scrap Book 
Committee (192i-1922), p. 112, No. 15. 



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Glover, Tlieopliilus N., Death of. (1920-1921), p. 48, No. 14. 
Grace Church, Rutherford, bv Rev. Henry M. Ladd, 

(1921-1922), p. 51, No. 15. 

Grace Church Familv, Rutherford, Story of, by Rev. 

Henry M. Ladd. ." (1921-1922), p. 59, No. 15. 

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Hackensack, Name Officially Changed from "New Bar- 
badoes," Report Committee on Current History, 

(1921-1922), p. 96, No. 15. 
Hackensack Tax List, 1783. . . . (1915-1916), p. 40, No. 11. 
Hackensack, The Green, The Fountain, The Cannon, An- 
derson Park, Fairmount Park, 

(1921-1922), p. 116, No. 15. 
Harrington Township, Public School of, by Matt J. 

Bogert (1916-1917), p. 39, No. 12. 

Health Work by Local Center, Report Committee on 

Current History (1921-1922), p. 99, No. 15. 

Hebrew Institute, Hackensack, N. J., Report of Current 

History on (1920-1921), p. 55, No. 14. 

Henry Hudson Drive, Interstate Park, Opening of. Report 
Com. on Current History. (1921-1922), p. 94, No. 15. 
Historical Clippings, by Frances A. Westervelt, 

(1908-1910), p. 29, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Historical Research; Its Problems and Lessons, by W. 
D. T. Whitney, 

(1910) Semi-annual Special Number, p. 5. 
Historic Houses, bv Burton H. Albee, 

(1905-1906), p. 33, No. 2. 
Historic Maps and Their Making, bv H. B. Goetschius, 

(1908-1910), p. 55, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Historic Sites and Events, Report of Committee on, 

(1920-1921), p. 56, No. 14. 
Historiographer's Report, by T. N, Glover, 

(1906-1907), p. 13, No. 3.. 



Illustrations 



Aclieiibacli (John K.) House, Saddle River, N. J., 
(1913-1914), p. 25, Nos. 8 and 9. 
Adams (R. A.) House, Saddle River, N. J., 

(1913-1914), p. 17, Nos. 8 and 9. 
Allbee, Burton H., Portrait, 

(1920-1921), p. 51, No. 14. 
Andre Prison House Before Restoration, 

(1914-1915), p. 13, No. 10. 
Andre Prison House After Restoration, 

(1914-1915), p. 6, No. 10. 
Baptist Church, Rutherford, Old and New Edifices, 

(1921-1922), p. 81, No. 15. 
Blanket, Blue and White. (1915-1916), p. 60, No. 11. 
Blanket, Homespun. . . . (1915-1916), p. 69, No. 11. 
Blanket, Indian, Cheroke Rose, 

(1915-1916), p. 61, No. 11. 
Blanket, White, of 1800. (1915-1916), p. 59, No. 11. 
Brass Cloak Buckles with Board Coat-of-Arms, 

(1921-1922), p. 37, No. 15. 

Brinkerhoff House, Old (1920), p. 41, No. 13. 

Camp Merritt, Aeroplane View of, 

(1920), p. 59, No. 13. 
Camp Merritt, Panoramic View of, 

(1920), p. 57, No. 13. 

Candle Stand, Primitive (1920), p. 17, No. 13. 

Cane of Peter P. Demarest, 

(1915-1916), p. 19, No. 11. 
Canoe, Indian Dugout. . (1916-1917), p. 61, No. 12. 
Certificate of Loyalty. . (1915-1916), p. 67, No. 11. 

Cole House, The (1920), p. 42, No. 13. 

Congregational Church, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 76, No. 15. 
Demarest Home (Jacobus), New Bridge, N. J., 

(1915-1916), p. 21, No. 11. 
Demarest Homestead, (1915-1916), p. 17, No. 11. 



Illustkatioxs, (Continued) 

Devoe House, Abraham (1915-1916), p. 62, No. 11. 

DeWint House, The (1920), p. 60, No. 13. 

Duncan, Gen. George B., Portrait, 

(1920), p. 56, No. 13. 

Dutch Kitchen, Early (1920), p. 24, No. 13. 

English Neighborhood Church, 

(1920-1921), p. 35, No. U. 
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 85, No.' 15. 
First Presbyterian Church, Rutherford, Old and 

New Edifices (1921-1922), p. 49, No. 15. 

Furnace and Iron Pot, Primitive, 

(1921-1922), p. 41, No. 15. 
Glover, Theophilus N., Portrait 

(1920-1921), p. 49, No. 14. 
Grace Protestant Episcopal Church, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 66, No. 15. 
Hat and Cloak Worn bv Capt. Nathaniel Board, 

* (1921-1922), p. 37, No. 15. 
Hat and Hat Box, Capt. Nathaniel Board's, 

(1921-1922), p. 37, No. 15. 
Henry Hudson Drive, Opening of, 

(1921-1922), p. 95, No. 15. 
Hermitage, The, Hohokus, 

(1921-1922), p. 95, No, 15. 
Indian Relics, Bergen County, 

(1921-1922), p. 41, No. 15. 
Isolation Hospital, Bergen County, 

(1921-1922), p. 101, No. 15. 
Johnson, Hon. William M., Portrait 

(1921-1922), Frontispiece, No. 15. 
Johnson Public Library, Hackensack, N. J., 

(1920), p. 64, No. 13. 
Kip Farm, Rutherford, Barns and Harvesting on, 

(1920-1921), p. 31, No. 14. 
Kip Farm, Rutherford, Fertile Field on, 

(1920-1921), p. 29, No. 14. 



Ili-ustrations, (Continued) 

Kip Homestead, Rutherford, 

(1920-1921), p. 29, No. 14. 
Lath, Clay and Straw Binder, Berdan House. 

(1921-1922), p. 41, No. 15. 
Lee's Letter, General, 

(1916-1917), pp. 2, 3, 4, No. 12. 
Liberty Pole, Englewod, Dedication of, 

(1921-1922), p. 95, No. 15. 
Lutheran Church Site Marker, 

(1921-1922), p. 107, No. 15. 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 66, No. 15. 
Miller, Lewis Marsena, Portrait, 

(1920-1921), Frontispiece, No. 14. 
Motorcycle Police, Bergen County, 

(1921-1922), p. 89, No. 15. 
*'01d Stone Church," Saddle River, N. J., 

(1914-1915), p. 63, No. 10. 
Osborn (John) House, Saddle River, N. J., 

(1913-1914), p. 33, Nos. 8 and 9. 
''Parsley" Pottery Pot, .... (1920), p. 17, No. 13. 
Poor, Gen. Enoch, Memorial Monument to, Hack- 

ensack (1921-1922), p. 117, No. 15. 

Poor, Gen. Enoch, Portrait, 

(1902-1905), Frontispiece, No. 1. 
Rutherford, N. J., Aeroplane View of, 

(1920-1921), p. 10, No. 14. 
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 85, No. 15. 
Schraalenburgh Church (North), 

(1920-1921), p. 43, No. 14. 
Schraalenburgh Church (South), 

(1914-1915), p. 32, No. 10. 
Signatures of Deed. . . . (1915-1916), p. 18, No. 11. 
Signboard, Hopper's Tavern, Hohokus, 

(1921-1922), p. 35, No. 15. 
Smith or McMichael House, (1920), p. 41/No. 13. 



Illustrations, (Continued) 

Spinning AVlieel, Primitive, (1920), p. 16, No. 13 
Spoon Rack, Hand Carved, (1920), p. 17, No. 13. 
Strawberry Baskets. . . . (1915-1916), p. 63, No. 11. 
Surplus Revenue Bond. . (1916-1917), p. 15, No. 12. 
Treaty of Paris Plate. . (1921-1922), p. 37, No. 15. 
Unitarian Church, Rutherford, 

(1921-1922), p. 76, No. 15. 

Vreeland House, The (1920), p. 43, No. 13. 

Wampum, Black (1916-1917), p. 30, No. 12. 

Wampum Mint (1916-1917), p. 27, No. 12. 

Wampum Moons, Unfinished, 

(1916-1917), p. 31, No. 12. 
Wampum Moons, Finished, 

(1916-1917), p. 32, No. 12. 
Wampum Moon and Pipes, 

(1916-1917), p. 36, No. 12. 

Wampum Pipes (1916-1917), p. 34, No. 12. 

Wampum Pipe Machine, 

(1916-1917), p. 35, No. 12. 

AVampum, White (1916-1917), p. 28, No. 12. 

War Hat and Buckle, Mexican, 

(1920), p. 17, No. 13. 
Washington's Headquarters at Tappan, 

(1920), p. 60, No. 13. 
Wilson, Robert T., Portrait, 

(1920), Frontispiece, No. 13. 
Wind-Jammers of the Hackensack, 

(1915-1916), p. 5, No. 11. 
Wittemann-Lewis Aircraft Plant, 

(1920-1921), p. 27, No. 14. 

Incident of Bergen County, An (Christie Genealogy), by 
Rev. John C. Voorhis* (1914-1915), p. 61, No. 10. 

Indian Life in Bergen County, by Frank G. Speck and 
Clifford M. Story (1906-1907), p. 19, No. 3. 

Interest on Surplus Revenue (photograph of the bond), 
by W. A. Linn (1916-1917), p. 10, No. 12. 



'^Jackson Whites," The, Report Committee on Current 
History (1921-1922), p. 91, No. 15. 



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Kip, Peter H., of Rutherford, Death of ; Report Commit- 
tee on Current History. . (1920-1921), p. 28, No. 14. 

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Lee's (General) Letter, Copy of (and photographs of 

copy) \ (1916-1917), p. 3, No. 12. 

Letters' (1920), p. 59-64, No. 13. 

Liberty Pole, Englewood, Dedication of. Report Commit- 
tee on Current History. . . (1921-1922), p. 94, No. 15. 
Liberty Pole Tavern, The, by Nelson K. Vanderbeck, 

(1907-1908), p. 41, No. 4. 
Linn, William Alexander, Sketch of, 

(1916-1917), p. 7, No. 12. 
Loan Exhibitions and Catalogues, 

(1905-1906), p. 47-63, No. 2. 
Local History in the Making, by Reid Howell, 

(1919), Semi-annual Special Number, p. 27. 
Lutheran Church, First, by Eugene K. Bird, 

(1906-1907), p. 37, No. 3. 
Lutheran Church and Cemetery Site, Marker, Teaneck, 

(1921-1922), p. 106, No. 15. 
Lutherans of Hackensack Township, The, by David D. 

Demarest (1915-1916), p. 92, No. 11. 

Lutherans' Deed for Church Site, 1716, from Laurence 
Van Boskeark (1916-1917), p. 17, No. 12. 

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Methodist Episcopal Church, Rutherford, History of, 

(1921-1922), p. 67, No. 15. 

Motorcycle Police Organized in Bergen County, Report 

Comm. on Current History. (1921-1922), p. 88, No. 15. 



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''New Barbadoes" Officially Cliang-ed to City of Hackon- 
saek, Report Committee on Current History, 

(1921-1922), p. 96, No. 15. 
New Barbadoes Neck, Eeport Scrap Book Committee, 

(1921-1922), p. 114, No. 15. 
New Bridge, History of, by Francis C. Koehler, 

(1906-1907), p. 47, No. 3. 



Old Days in Leonia, by Robert Hill Greene, 

(1920), p. 42, No. 13. 
Old Family Papers, by Cornelius Christie, 

(1905-1906), p. 41, No. 2. 
Old Land Lines in Hackensack, by George J. Ackerman, 

(1908-1910), p. 9, Nos. 5 and 6. 
Old Pollifly Road, by Burton H. AUbee, 

(1907-1908), p. 81, No. 4. 
Old Time Bergen County Doctors, by Byron G. Van 

Home ' (1906-1907),^ p. 29, No. 3. 

Organization and Proceedings, by Rey. Ezra T. San- 
ford (1902-1905), p. 6, No. 1. 

Our County Disgrace, by Burton H. Allbee, 

(1913-1914), p. 21, Nos. 8 and 9. 
Outlines of Natural History of Bergen County, by Henry 

Hales *. ....(1910-1911), p. 31, No. 7. 

Oyer Our Northern Border, by Theophilus N. Gloyer, 

(1908-1909), p. 23, Nos. 5 and 6. 



Paramus Cemetery, by Eyerett L. Zabriskie, 

(1910), Mid-year Special. 
Paramus Reformed Church, by Eyerett L. Zabriskie. 

(1913-1914), p. 25, Nos. 8 and 9. 

Paramus Reformed Church, A Sketch of, by Henry D. 

Cook, Pastor (1910-1911), p. 55, No. 7. 



Passing of Family History. .. (1906-1907), p. 41, No. 3. 

Patriotic Dutv of Our Historical Association, by Capt 
A. H. Brown (1920), p. 26, No. 13. 

Pell, David Ackerman, 90tli Birthday, Report Committee 
on Current History (1921-1922), p. 92, No. 15. 

Petition from Bergen County to the New Jersey Pro- 
vincial Assembly (copv of with history), 1755; pro- 
cured by H. B. Goetschius. . (1914-1915), p. 19, No. 10. 

Poor, General Enoch; Oration on the Unveiling of the 
Statue, bv Hon. Henry M. Baker, 

(1902-1905), p. 37, No. 1 

Poor, General Enoch, Portrait (1902-1905), No. 1. 

Poor Monument Celebration, The, by Eugene K. Bird, 

(1902-1905), p. 34, No. 1. 

Poor Monument, Moving of. Report Committee on Wars 
and Revolutionarv Soldiers' Graves, 

(1921-1922), p. 116, No. 15. 

Presidents of the Society (chronological list), 

(1921-1922), p. 10, No. 15. 

Private Cemeteries, Demolition of, by Everett L. Zabris- 
kie (1906-1907), p. 41, No. 3. 

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Ramapo Mountaineers, The, Report Committee on Cur- 
rent History (1921-1922), p. 91, No. 15. 

Retreat of "76" (Across Bergen County), by T. N. 

Glover (1905-1906), p. 11, No. 2. 

Revolutionary Soldiers' Graves, Report Committee on, 

(1920-1921), p. 67, No. 14. 
(1921-1922), p. 116, No. 15. 
Ridgefield Reformed Church Celebrates 150th Anniver- 
sary, Report Committee on Current History, 

(1920-1921), p. 33, No. 14. 
Ridgewood of Yesteryear, by Hon. Cornelius Doremus, 

"(1910), p. 12, Semi-annual Number. 

Romevn, Mrs. James A., Death of. Report Committee on 

Current History (1921-1922), p. 98, No. 15. 



Roosevelt School, Ridgefield Park, Laying of Corner- 
stone, Report Committee on Current History, 

(1921-1922), p. 90, No. 15. 
Ryersons, The, Report Scrap Book Committee, 

(1921-1922),p. 113, No. 15. 

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Schraalenburg, 120th Anniversary of the Old North 
Church, Report Committee on Current History, 

(1920-1921), p. 42, No. 14. 
Scraps from My Note-book, by T. N. Glover, 

(1907-1908), p. 55, No. 4. 
Sentry Booths in Bergen County, Report Committee on 

Current History (1921-1922), p. 93, No. 15. 

Slavery in Bergen County, by William Alexander Linn, 

(1907-1908), p. 23, No. 4. 

Slave Papers (1915-1916), p. 22, No. 11. 

Sons of the American Revolution, Pilgrimage bv Paramus 

Chapter (1921-1922), p. 94, No. 15. 

State Highway, Opening of Route 10, Report Committee 
on Current History (1921-1922), p. 97, No. 15. 

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Tail Pieces— See (1921-1922), No. 15 

Bootjack and Shoe Lasts p. 149 

Brass-bound Cedar Tul) and Soft Soap Shell.p. 87 

Candlestick, Snuffer and Extinguisher p. 30 

Cooking Pot, Toaster and Wood Ladle p. 33 

Old Books and Spectacles Front Cover 

Old Shovel, Tongs and Bellows p. 19 

Paul Revere Tin Lantern p. 105 

Powder liorn, Bullet Mould and Bullets. . . .p. 103 

Quill Pen and Sand Shaker p. 134 

Very Old Candlestand p. 45 

Tax List, 1783, Hackensack. . . (1915-1916), p. 40, No. 11. 



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Unitarian Society of Rutherford, Tlie, 

(1921-1922), p. 77, No. 15. 

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Wampum Industr}^ Final Century of, in Bergen County, 
N. J. (includes Indian history and illustrations), by 
Prances A. Westervelt. . . (1916-1917), p. 20, No. 12. 

Washington Institute, The (Hackensack), by William M. 
Johnson (1913-1914), p. 4, Nos. 8 and 9. 

Watersheds of Bergen County, Report Committee on To- 
pography and Historical Geography, 

(1921-1922), p. 115, No. 15. 

Wind- Jammers of the Hackensack (illustrated), by Eu- 
gene K. Bird (1915-1916), p. 5, No. 11. 

Winne, Walter G., Testimonial Dinner to. Report Commit- 
tee on Current History. . . (1921-1922), p. 98, No. 15. 

Witteman-Lewis Aircraft Plant, Report Committee on 
Current History (1920-1921) p. 26, No. 14. 

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Yoppo Court House and Jail, (1920-1921), p. 56, No. 14. 







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