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On September 22 of 1956
US Postal Service issues stamp commemorating 200th anniversary of completion in 1756 of Nassau Hall at then College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), at the time largest stone building in the colonies
On September 21 of 1927
New Jersey Governor A. Harry Moore and New York Governor Al Smith join in groundbreaking ceremony for construction of a bridge across the Hudson River which later would be named the George Washington Bridge
On September 20 of 1881
Chester A. Arthur, after being sworn in as president at his apartment in New York City after being notified of the death in Long Branch on the night before of President James A. Garfield, stops in Long Branch to pay his respects to Garfield's widow and family on his way to Washington.
On September 19 of 1881
James A. Garfield, the 20th President of the United States, dies in the Elberon section of Long Branch at the age of 49 after being shot on July 2 by disappointed job-seeker Charles J. Guiteau at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington, DC. Garfield had been taken by train from Washington to a beachfront home in Elberon in an effort to aid his recovery.
"I am from New Jersey" tribute by Jon Stewart for Bruce Springsteen at 2009 Kennedy Center Honors
Poster promoting Atlantic City in 1920s
"The Prudential has the strength of Gibraltar" ad in 1909
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Four horse-drawn fire engines gallop on snow-covered street to fire in Newark in 1896 film shot by Thomas Edison Inc.
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