Steinhoff bobsled, for two people, Caldwell, N.J. Early 1900s. Notice the lovely greenhouse in the background.
Time for your bath!
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"The Seeing Eye Guide Dog Training Program" Historic Tour
Saturday, September 20 at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Reservations and Pre-payment a must
Call 973-631-5151 or morristourism.org/tours
The Seeing Eye, Inc. is the oldest existing guide dog school in the world. Twelve times a year, as many as 24 students at a time visit the Morristown, N.J. campus to discover the exhilarating experience of traveling with a Seeing Eye® dog.
Our students - people who are blind or visually impaired - come from all over the United States and Canada to spend up to a month training with a new Seeing Eye® dog. They range in age from 16 to senior citizens, their home environments may be rural or urban, and they may be homemakers, volunteers, or judges. But they all have this in common: They are motivated by a sense of independence and armed with the knowledge that Seeing Eye® dogs will provide an extra edge to attain success, however they may choose to define it.
Meet Maverick. He tracked a missing N.J. man for three miles over 2 hours before finding him.
Marilyn Monroe appears before movie fans at the U.S. premiere of her comedy Monkey Business, which took place at the Stanley Theater in Atlantic City, New Jersey, today 1952.
Someone painted the hands on a statue of George Washington red in Trenton. Police are investigating.
Gov. Christie spent the weekend being a cheerleader for the Jersey Shore.
Giving a new meaning to carpool lane.
A driver was so mad at Christie’s motorcade allegedly cutting him off, he followed it to Seaside Park.