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Title: The Coach House at New Jersey State Teachers College at Paterson in the 1950s
Issue Date: 20-Oct-2014
Description: The Hobart family used this building as a laundry and garage that housed their carriages, cars, and groundskeeping equipment. Not surprisingly, the building was called the Coach House, a name it still retains. In the 1950s, however, when the maintenance staff of the New Jersey State Teachers College at Paterson continued to use it as a garage, it was known as North Hall. Photograph is undated. Date range is approximate.
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