Quaker Meeting House Doorway
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The �little city with a lot of charm� Bordentown NJ is an artist�s dream. From the shops of Farnsworth Ave, Crosswicks and Walnut Streets to the abundant historic homes there is something to see everywhere you look. Hidden gardens, rusted gates and weathered old doors, all add to the incredible beauty of this small New Jersey town.
Old Friends Meeting House
302 Farnsworth Avenue
Bordentown's first house of worship built in 1740 by the town's original Quaker settlers on land deeded from Joseph Borden. The Quaker's desire for simplicity is strongly reflected here in the two story plain building with a single cornice and a simple post porch. Look closely at the brick markings reveal that at one time the second level was merely a knee wall and not a full story.�����������������������..
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May 15th, 2013
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