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A Study Of . . . Washington NJ / Hotel Windsor, #003

#003 hotel windsor

This humble abode.  This building was erected during the winter of 1874 / 75 as a private residence for James Sullivan. It is believed to have been converted into a hotel in the early 1890's, and served the area admirably. In Dec 1944, it was purchased by the borough for $16,000, and early in 1945 it was razed, the idea being to use the land as parking space until a municipal building could be erected, which it finally was in 1970. This elegant view of an elegant structure shows the driveway leading to the side porch, where the passengers disembarked, and the carriage barn in the back, for the convenience of the patrons.  (Caption by Thomas Allen Kelley)

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