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A Self-Guided Walking Tour of Jersey City's Van Vorst Park Historic District
A Walking Tour of Architectural Styles

By Herbert J. Githens


  1. The Barrow Mansion (Ionic House), 83 Wayne Street

  2. Hampton Court

  3. 62 Wayne Street

  4. 61, 49, and 51 Wayne Street

  5. 47 Wayne Street

  6. 301 Grove Street

  7. 48-50 Mercer Street

  8. 54-56 Mercer Street

  9. 288-290 Barrow Street

  10. 284-286 Barrow Street

  11. 93 Mercer Street

  12. Paulmier Place

  13. 278-282 Barrow Street
  1. 254 Montgomery Street

  2. 256-258 Montgomery Street

  3. 272 Barrow Street

  4. 262-268 Barrow Street

  5. 279-293 York Street

  6. 297-305 York

  7. 446 Jersey Avenue

  8. 463 Jersey Avenue

  9. 465 Jersey Avenue

  10. Ward-Heppenheimer Mansion, Jersey Avenue and Montgomery Street

  11. 475 Jersey Avenue

  12. 485 Jersey Avenue


Hudson County Facts by Anthony Olszewski
Hudson County, New Jersey is a place of many firsts - including genocide and slavery.
Political corruption is a tradition here.
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