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Vol. LXIII, No. 25
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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(Photo Courtesy of the Historical Society of Princeton)
CHISHOLM EXPERTS: Shown here are (from left) local resident Bob Denby, who made a documentary entitled “Chisholm: Pursuing the Dream” in 1972 during Shirley Chisholm’s presidential campaign; Historical Society Curator of Education Jennifer Jang; and Princeton University Professor of History and African American Studies Joshua Guild. Mr. Denby’s film, which he made with Tom Werner, was screened at the Garden Theater last Wednesday.

“I Am Paving the Road”: Local Resident’s Film of Shirley Chisholm’s Campaign Shown by HSP

Dilshanie Perera

Describing Chisholm: Pursuing the Dream as a film that inspires one to “stand up and cheer in the aisles,” Executive Director Erin Dougherty of the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) introduced the documentary last Wednesday at the Garden Theater.

Southern Way Residents Concerned About Proposed Sidewalk Repairs

Ellen Gilbert

Concerned residents of Southern Way took center stage Monday evening at the Princeton Township Committee’s work session to discuss a project for which a contract has already been awarded, with work scheduled to begin.

Postcards, Photos of the D&R Canal Tell the Tale of Central NJ’s Major Waterway

Dilshanie Perera

Offering a painterly glimpse of what the Delaware and Raritan (D&R) Canal was like at the turn of the last century, rare archived photos and postcards depicting the canal’s route from New Brunswick to Bordentown are on display at the D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center.

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