Denville N.J. 1902-1963


Denville N.J. 1902-1963


Denville Township (N.J.); Morris County (N.J.); Local history; History


Denville Historic Photographs showing different areas of the town, including Lake Lenape and Indian Lake. Photographs donated by Mrs. Hogue and Mrs. Hackel, daughters of Joseph B. Righter.


NJ 974.974 MOR BOX 114





Collection Items

Morris Canal 1902
Morris Canal, Peers Lock, Lock No. 8, Denville in 1902.

Diamond Spring 1902
Diamond Spring, Denville in 1902.

The Righter Store
Photograph taken of the Righter Store on Morris Street, Morristown, NJ. below the Lackawanna Railroad Station. Depicts clapboard store with porch, four people on porch; sign says Restaurant, Quick Lunch, Boarding House.

Righter's first property
Joseph B. Righter's first property, showing dam in 1922.

Indian Lake Dam
Indian Lake Dam in the Fall of 1922. Indian Lake with Lenape Island rear left and Pollack property across dam and a bit to left at water's edge. Photograph used by The Citizen of Morris County, Denville Township, in an article dated October 12, 1963.

Lenape Lake August 1924
Lenape/Indian Lake on August 3, 1924.

Bottom of Lake
Bottom of the Lake (Lenape?).

Looking Toward Center
Behind the A&P Shopping Center, looking toward the center of town in 1922.

Estling Dam under construction
Estling Dam under construction. Lenape Lake?

Looking from Estling Dam
Bare field, "looking from Estling Dam".
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