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Antique Appraisal

Antique Appraisal

Visitors to the Spirit of the Jerseys State History Fair, to be held Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville, from 11am – 5pm, are invited to bring up to three of their treasured antiques, EXCLUDING jewelry, large furniture items and firearms, to be appraised by members of the Associated Antique Dealers of New Jersey (AADNJ). Donations are accepted. The Appraisal will be held from 11 am to 3 pm.  The Fair will be held rain or shine.

Re: Anyone know any Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs/WACs) from WW2?

Carol Fowler at the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey in Sea Girt has archived DVD's (though some were lost in Sandy) of interviews she conducted with veterans.  (Her DVD's are also in the Library of Congress.)  The number there is (732) 974-5966.  She may be able to help you.

BTW--Carol is always looking for veterans of every era for her interviews.

"350 Years of New Jersey History, From Stuyvesant to Sandy - Joseph G. Bilby - Sunday May 11th 4:30pm

On Sunday May 11th Macculloch Hall Historical Museum (MHHM) welcomes Joseph G. Bilby to discuss his new book, co –written with James M. Madden and Harry Ziegler, “350 Years of New Jersey History, From Stuyvesant to Sandy”. His program will be presented in the main gallery at 4:30pm and is the second to last in a series of programs that take place on the second Sunday of each month through June celebrating the 350th New Jersey Anniversary.

Re: Anyone know any Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs/WACs) from WW2?

Hi There,

I believe used to be a woman who had flown for the airforce in WWII living at Little Brook Nursing Home in Califon, NJ.  Their Activities Director, Anne would know more. I think she may have passed on, I haven't been there for a long time. Their number is (908) 832-2220. Anne has a direct extention she may be able to connect you with her family. Please don't use my name, I haven't been in to volunteer for a long time (shame on me).

Take Care,

Amy

 

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