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Reprint of 1899 Haddonfield Birds-Eye Map Now Available, Plus Sale On Publications

December 3, 2018 Uncategorized No Comments

Looking for a unique gift? The Historical Society has reprinted a limited run of the popular 1899 birds-eye view map of Haddonfield. We’re also holding a holiday sale on some of our publications!

First, the map: The unframed print is 20″ x 30″, and available for $50 (tax included). We are also offering framed versions of the print for $75 or $150, depending on the frame width.

The maps are available to pick up during our regular public hours (Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 pm), or by appointment outside of those public hours. We can also ship unframed prints for an additional charge of $10. Please call or email the office to place your order today: 856-429-7375 or info@haddonfieldhistory.org.

Second, the Historical Society is holding a sale on some of our publications, just in time for the holidays. You can purchase any of these at the Historical Society office during regular public hours, or through Amazon.

Haddonfield on the Move, by Helen Stevens Mountney – $15, now $10

Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh: 1680-1762. Building the Quaker Community of Haddonfield, New Jersey, 1701-1762, by Jeffery M. Dorwart and Elizabeth A. Lyons $25, now $15

Elizabeth French Gill 1794-1854, by Harriet G. Monshaw – $12, now $5

Lost Haddonfield, by Doug Rauschenberger and Katherine M. Tassini – $18, now $5

You can find the full list of Historical Society publications available for sale here.

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