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Researchers may be interested in exploring other repositories’ holdings and other digital history resources for more information about Haddonfield-related topics.

For more information about the Historical Society’s Archives Center and Research Library collections, click here.

 

Other Local Repositories

Camden County Historical Society – http://www.cchsnj.org/

Gloucester County Historical Society – http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njgchs/

Haverford College Libraries (for records of Haddonfield Monthly Meeting) – http://library.haverford.edu/

Historical Society of Pennsylvania – http://hsp.org/

 

Other Online Resources

“An Oral History of Haddonfield” (12 interviews conducted in celebration of Haddonfield’s 300th anniversary) – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm9DiO11iQMt0vUOjM-AZag

Background on Samuel Nicholson Rhoads, one of the founders of the Historical Society and a noted naturalist – http://haddonfieldhistory.org/research-library/background-on-samuel-rhoads/

“Black and Red,” HMHS Marching Band History Project – https://sites.google.com/a/haddonfieldband.org/black-and-red/

Camden County Genealogy Resources – FamilySearch Wiki – https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Camden_County,_New_Jersey_Genealogy

“Haddon Heights City Directory Index,” Haddon Heights Library – http://www.haddonheightslibrary.com/citydirectory/

Haddonfield Friends Burial Ground inventory — scroll down to the bottom of this page for an inventory from 2009-2010: http://www.haddonfieldfriendsmeeting.org/wordpress/?page_id=212

Haddonfield Historic Preservation Commission – http://www.haddonfieldnj.org/borough_boards-historic.php

Historical Society of Haddonfield newsletters from 1958-2011 – https://archive.org/details/haddonfieldhistory

Historical Society of Haddonfield publications from 1922 – No. 1 “A brief history of Mountwell,” by Julia B. Gill and “The Tanyard and its Owners,” by Carrie E. Nicholson Hartel; No. 2. “Birdwood Recollections, 1746-1922,” by Thomas S. Hopkins; “Hopkins’ Pond, A Poem,” by James Lane Pennypacker; “The Story of an Old Home,” by Anna H. Dunbarr; and “The Narrative of an Indian Letter,” by Julia B. Gill – https://archive.org/details/haddonfieldhisto00hist

Maps of New Jersey – http://www.mapofus.org/newjersey/

Philadelphia Architects & Buildings (includes 40 projects in Haddonfield) – http://www.philadelphiabuildings.org/pab/

“Place Names in and About Haddonfield,” by William R. Farr, Historical Society of Haddonfield – http://www.westjerseyhistory.org/books/farr/hddnfldplcnmsfarr.htm

“Reconstructing Snow Hill: Lawnside, New Jersey Pre-1926” – http://snowhillgenealogy.com/

Sanborn Maps of New Jersey: Haddonfield – http://library.princeton.edu/libraries/firestone/rbsc/aids/sanborn/camden/haddonfield.html

“The Changing Landscape of Camden County, New Jersey” (includes historical maps of Haddonfield and other Camden County locations) – http://mapmaker.rutgers.edu/CAMDEN_COUNTY/OldCamden.html

West Jersey History Project – http://westjerseyhistory.org/

West Jersey and South Jersey Heritage – http://westjersey.org/

Updated 11/6/17

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