I have corrected factual, historic errors in 13 of the 23 City of Princeton Historic Walking Tour plaques in the three-block Water Street business district.
We will go from the First National Bank building at 501 West Water Street described in the most recent post to what I consider the
The early history of the east half of Water Lot 29, now 501 West Water Street and home to River Bank Dry Goods, is one
I have had difficulty determining when the first building went up on the west half of Water Lot 24, which today is 609 West Water
Previous posts discussed Princeton’s first drive-in gas stations and the better-known garages that sprung up to handle sales and service. By the end of the
Here is a brief history of the early days of Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Block C (626-640 West Water Street), known affectionately as