The Duke residence at Duke Farms. Home to James B. Duke, and later his daughter Doris Duke.
|Duke Residence 1915|
|Duke Residence 1940|
|Duke Residence 2015|
|Goya's "Robbery of the Coach"|
|Duke's Parkway circa 1906|
|1898 map showing Somerville and Hillsborough.|
The spot on South Somerville Rd. where Charles Dumas and his wife
were held up is now seven lanes of Route 206!
"Oh, give it to him Charley. For heaven's sake, let him have it. He'll kill you otherwise!"Dumas emptied his pockets of about $3 in change, smartly not making any indication he still had $50 in a wallet in his breast pocket, and reluctantly snapped the chain of his watch, handing that over as well. He took a good look at the robber, who wore a red handkerchief over his nose and mouth, and had mud spread over the uncovered parts of his face in an attempt to make it seem that he was black.
|New York Time Headline August 25, 1911|
|New York Time Headline August 26, 1911|
|The village of Neshanic looking north towards the Sourland Mountains, |
|A view of the rugged Sourland Mountains circa 1905|
|This photo of Josephine Krysowaty in her hospital bed in Somerville|
appears to show a smiling little girl. But when this photo appeared in the
New York Daily News on April 13, 1925, doctors doubted she would survive.
|Construction at "Duke's Park" circa 1909|
|21 April 1903 New York Evening World|
|Road Graders at Duke's Park|
|Nevius Street Bridge looking north towards Raritan, circa 1912|
|22 April 1903 Philadelphia Inquirer|