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Most people don't know how great William Alexander's Basking Ridge manor was. Noted as one of the greatest manors in the colonies, the Mr. Local History Project honors who may be the most famous resident in Basking Ridge history. https://t.co/BcsAO0PfHJ https://t.co/smjTvXrKaF mrlocalhistory photo

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Thank you everyone for following our endeavors and our social efforts. There is SOOOOO much coming in 2020 and we hope you all participate. It's a true grass roots effort. Give us a like 🙂
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The historic village collection continues for Basking Ridge. And it's growing. Limited production runs make this a true collectible. A few are VERY low. Get yours today. Support the non-profit today. https://www.etsy.com/shop/MrLocalHistory
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Does anyone know about General Liability Insurance and can help the Mr. Local History Project? We need it to participate in events and need it. Any volunteer help appreciated. Prefer local if possible.
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On this day in Somerset Hills history, on February 26, 2019, the Mr. Local History Project launches its website mrlocalhistory.org. After initially launching the .com, the decision was also made to launch as a .org as it considered options to become a non-profit organization at some time. Later in October, the project formed and filed as a non-profit.The project's goal is to preserve and promote local history alongside the residents and volunteers from the Somerset Hills area of New Jersey. #mrlocalhistory #dayinhistory
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On this day in Somerset Hills history, on February 26, 1941 a British War Relief and Dance, featuring Tommy Dorsey of Bernardsville at the Old Mill Inn drew 286 guests and raised about $2,400 on Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, 1941.

Dorsey donated his entire orchestra of 21 pieces for the occasion. Additional revenue was secured from the sale of baskets of flowers donated by a local florist and a case of wine which had been donated for the party.

British Consul General Godfrey Haggard of New York City expressed his appreciation for all that was being done to aid Britain, after which Dorsey struck up “God Save the King” in which all joined.

Bernardsville News
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Cartographer HELP - Trying to add any word that's not identified. How good are you at reading 1700's script? Post if you can figure any out....
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