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Name Stockton Street

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Thomson Hall or Belgrade, 50 Stockton Street; used as Borough Hall from 1936-1967. The house was built in 1825 by Charles Steadman. In the 1870s, owner Josephine Thomson Swann renovated the house to give it a more Victorian appearance, adding the mansard roof shown in this image. This picture shows Thomson Hall during the period from 1936-1967 when it served as Princeton's Borough Hall. Thomson Hall was commissioned by Richard "The Duke" Stockton, son of the signer of the Declaration of Independence, for his daughter Annis Stockton and her new husband John Renshaw Thomson. John Renshaw Thomson was a U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company. After Annis St

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Photo Archives - A_3_001

The Brown House under construction on Library Place and Stockton Street. The building was later moved down on Library Place.

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Photo Archives - A_5_011

One half of the Orange Inn being moved on Nassau Street. The Orange Inn was moved in two sections from 38 Stockton Street to Westcott Road. This is a reprint of a vintage print dating to 1924-1925.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_001

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915. In the foreground: Trinity Parish School, built in 1849.

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Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915. In the foreground: Trinity Parish School, built in 1849.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_003

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_004

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_005

Trinity Parish School, also known at the Trinity Church School, built in 1849. According to the Trinity Church website (2009), the building served as a Sunday school and a school for local African-American children.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_006

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. The building was extensively renovated and expanded by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_007

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, in winter. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. This photograph shows the church after extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915, which included the addition of a taller tower.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_008

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_009

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. This photograph shows the church after extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915, which included the addition of a taller tower.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_010

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_011

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_012

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_013

Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street, before 1914. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. In this photograph, the church still has its original tower. The tower was replaced with a taller one during extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_014

Apse of Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. This photograph shows the apse of the church after extensive renovations by architect Ralph Adams Cram in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_015

Baptismal font at Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. Architect Ralph Adams Cram made extensive renovations to the church in 1914-1915.

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Interior, Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. Architect Ralph Adams Cram made extensive renovations to the church in 1914-1915.

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Photo Archives - A_8_h_017

Bells with donor inscriptions. Trinity Church, 33 Mercer Street. The church was built in 1868, and was designed by architect Richard Mitchell Upjohn. Architect Ralph Adams Cram made extensive renovations to the church in 1914-1915. The bells postdate this renovation, which included the addition of a taller tower to house a carillon.