Contains 55 Results:
“Historical items regarding the Robbins family of Seven Star Tavern.” Diary, “Typed notes by John H. Bourne", n.d.
Includes attached copy of poem, “The Old Homestead”, by Annie Lawrie Robbins, relating the history of the Seven Stars Tavern. (See printed copy, Ser.4, clipping, The Monitor-Register, 12/15/1927.)
wWth attached reprint of article by John H. Bourne entitled “Ghosts Plentiful in Old Seven Star Tavern”, from Salem Sunbeam, Salem, N.J.
Contains article entitled “One of County's Historic Houses Transferred to New Owner”, giving information regarding the Louderback family who built the Tavern, and their descendants.
Contains picture of the Tavern, with Harry, Ann (Annie), Hannah, and Nathaniel Robbins, and poem “The Old Homestead” by Ann Lawrie Robbins.
Contains article entitled “Taverns of Colonial Salem County,” by Richard Davis, including information on Seven Stars Tavern, with accompanying picture of the Tavern.
Clipping from Salem Standard and Jerseyman containing article, “Seven Stars Tavern”, with accompanying picture., 1/22/1931
Contains list headed “A few tunes that I know”; account of trip to Philadelphia to attend First Day School Conference and the Centennial; charade, “Washington, in three acts”; notes on meeting held to consider opening a First Day School in Woodstown, list of subscribers to fund for Library and other books needful for the school; and article, “Remedy for Hard Times.”