Burlington County Library Newspapers
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.
March 2, 1947, Sunday
Page 60, 160 words
Special to The New York Times.
May 13, 1919, Tuesday
Section: Business & Finance, Page 30, 1835 words
December 16, 1924, Tuesday
Page 25, 3566 words
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By GEORGE CABLE WRIGHT Special to The New York Times.
July 24, 1962, Tuesday
Page 29, 451 words
WHITESBOG, N.J., July 23 Susan Jo Shill bent over six Tittle children squatting on the splintery floor of a brownshingled salt-box structure this morning. She was trying to teach the somewhat bewildered youngsters, from 1 to 4 years old, to model with clay.
By M.B. CUMMINGSJ. Horace McFarland
May 7, 1939, Sunday
Section: Society News, Women's News, Page D9, 905 words
The owner of property in a new development, particularly in a vacation spot in the country, is often confronted with the problem of what to do with a piece of worn out, acid pasture land. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]
Page 22, 194 words Three garden visiting days have been arranged by the Woman's Auxiliary of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey as a benefit for St. Mary's Hall for Girls, this place.
September 25, 1904, Sunday Section: SECOND MAGAZINE SECTION, Page 33, 1591 words
Special Correspondence, THE NEW YORK TIMES.
March 1, 1903, Sunday Page 33, 1032 words
November 9, 1890, Wednesday Page 18, 608 words
August 25, 1872, Wednesday Page 6, 1467 words
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. March 2, 1947, Sunday Page 60, 160 words
Bottom of Form September 25, 1904, Sunday
Section: SECOND MAGAZINE SECTION, Page 33, 1591 words
JERSEY'S CRANBERRY CROP.; A LARGE YIELD EXPECTED AND GOOD PRICES HOPED FOR. Bottom of Form October 6, 1890, Wednesday Page 9, 702 words