Last-ditch effort aims to save histor...

Last-ditch effort aims to save historic Cresson cottage

There are 1 comment on the The Tribune-Democrat story from Jul 9, 2007, titled Last-ditch effort aims to save historic Cresson cottage. In it, The Tribune-Democrat reports that:

“With the history behind it, I think Braemar would be a good tourist attraction”

An 11th-hour attempt to save the 120-year-old Queen Anne structure believed to be the summer home of steel magnate Benjamin F. Jones has been launched. via The Tribune-Democrat

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Patricia Barker

New Brunswick, NJ

#1 Aug 15, 2007
My father was born in the cottage on March 4, 1912. I would like to see it restored, I wonder what it looked like them. I wish I could see pictures of the interior at that time
period.

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