Postcard reproduction - Greetings from Chatham $20

A charming postcard reproduction from the turn of the century (the 20th) depicts some of the grand old houses along Fairmount Avenue from the days when vacationers would come to enjoy the "salubrious air." The postcard has the words "Greetings from Chatham NJ" in a banner in the lower left corner. The reproduction is presented in an 8" by 10" white mat, sized to fit into a standard frame, $20. Contact us via this website, in the "Books" category on our "Contact Us" page for information on purchasing.

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Post date: November 6, 2017

It is probably safe to say that any resident of Chatham today will be familiar with the electric trains of New Jersey Transit that speed commuters to and from the city every day. Many Borough residents may not be aware that Chatham was at one time served by another form of electric railway - a trolley line that arrived, thrived, and died before the first electric train on the Morris & Essex Lines even ran.

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