Sunday, November 18, 2012

East Orange Homes in the Early 20th Century


Above: 44 South Munn Avenue, east side of Munn near the Chesnut Street intersection; It was the home of Winthrop Eugene Scarritt and was known as the "House of the White Lions."

Below: This home at 64 South Munn Avenue was called "The Beeches" and was the home of David S Walton. In 1921 it became Walton Hall, the home of the International Baptist Seminary.



Above: view is looking at the SW corner of North Arlington Avenue (to left) and Park Avenue (to right)

Below: NW corner of Central Avenue and South Munn Avenue; location is now site of East Orange General Hospital



Above: west side of North Arlington Avenue between William Street and Summit Street













Sunday, November 4, 2012

Elmwood School Neighborhood

Above: Eppirt Street

Annie Oakley (1860-1926) and her husband Frank E. Butler (1852-1926) lived at 22 Eppirt Street (a few houses south of Central Avenue) between 1905 and 1908