Epstein's Department Store, Morristown NJ
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Epstein's Department Store, Morristown NJ -- held my first official job here sticking greeting cards in the lower level in 1986.
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These tunnels under the Greystone Hospital in Morris Plains, NJ are still haunted by a patient who was shot to death by security guards while attempting to escape.
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These tunnels under the abandoned Greystone Psychiatric Hospital in Morris Plains, New Jersey, are said to be haunted by a patient who was shot to death by security guards while attempting to escape.
The buildings at Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital were connected by a network of underground tunnels, some of them beautifully lined in original brick. A storage room in the basement contained thousands of patient records on collapsing shelves - admittance documents,physical exams and death certificates.
Underground tunnels beneath Greystone Park Psyciatric Hospital Photo by Scott Haefner: Underworld
Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital - tunnels under the hospital | Photo by Scott Haefner
Tunnels under Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital lead from building to building.
Tunnels under the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in Morris Plains, NJ.
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Tunnels under Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital.
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The first M. Epstein store on the Green in Morristown, NJ
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Woolworth's. It was the Walmart of the 50's and 60's. Went shopping with my mom and aunt every Sat. and had lunch at the "counter".
Woolworth's Went here after working at the movie theatre selling popcorn. I'd go to buy a sub marine sandwich.
There was a song called, "You broke my heart at Woolworth's and I cried my way to Sears." - Ate at lunch counter in mid 60's by myself- thought I was hot sh*t. ! LL
The F.W. Woolworth Co. was the first five-and-dime stores, which sold discounted general merchandise at fixed prices,
WOOLWORTH,S , a DIME STORE that sold a little bit of everything. The closest one to my childhood home was downtown Nashville.
I remember my mom taking me in our local Woolworth's Five and Dime Store when I was a little girl. WOW, I'm starting to feel old.....lol!!
The F.W. Woolworth Co. was the first five-and-dime stores, which sold discounted general merchandise at fixed prices, usually five or ten cents, undercutting the prices of other local merchants. Woolworth, as the stores popularly became known, was one of the first American retailers to put merchandise out for the shopping public to handle and select without the assistance of a sales clerk. Earlier retailers had kept all merchandise behind a counter.
Woolworth's --- a popular dime store during my growing-up years --- no Target then...Pat
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This is the all time classic Santa and it has a Morristown NJ connection as the illustrator from 150 years ago came from here. His name was Thomas Nast and he really was the first american illustrator who focused on Santa claus
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"Merry Old Santa Claus," Thomas Nast "invented" the image popularly recognized as Santa Claus. Nast drew the image for the 1862 Christmas Harper's Weekly
"Merry Old Santa Claus," Harper's Weekly, January 1, 1881, p.8-9, by Thomas Nast (1840 - 1902), the man who created the image of Santa Claus which we recognize today.
The picture of a fat, jolly Father Christmas or Santa Claus dates from Victorian times. In the winter of 1822, the Reverend Clement Clarke Moore, composed, “’T'was the night before Christmas….” It wasn’t until 40-years later, in the 1860s that Illustrator Thomas Nast, drew the recognizable images of Moore’s St. Nick. His illustrations gave the definitive image of the Santa that we know today. (“Merry Old Santa Claus” by Thomas Nast, 1881)
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Victorian Christmas Card Image courtesy: Time Travel Britain.com Since autumn is the time of the year we all start to think about the coming of Christmas I thought to take a little break from the manuscript each Friday and take the chance to include some of the more famous modern illustrations of St. Nicholas both as himself and in the guise of those jolly old gift-givers, Santa Claus, Father Christmas, Sinterklaas, etc. Even though the work which I am presenting in this blog, St. Nicholas and Christmas, explains in depth the life and times of the real Christian, Nicholas of Myra, and the real reason the 3rd and 4th c Bishop of Myra is so closely associated with Christmas, it doesn't mean that the modern images of the mythical characters he inspired have to be ignored; they only have to be shown in light of the real man. They are whimsical and part of our modern history and were never intended to make people forget the real St. Nicholas. Personally, I just love them! Many years ago I came across a lovely book of illustrations called, An Old-Fashioned Christmas In Illustration and Decoration (Edited by Clarence P. Hornung) which I recommend to all who have an affinity for all things pertaining to St. Nicholas, Santa Claus and Christmas. "The Coming of Santa Claus" by Thomas Nast 1872 Image courtesy: An Old-Fashioned Christmas In Illustration and Decoration (Edited by Clarence P. Hornung) The above is one of my personal favorites. Note how the first thing Nast's Santa does is to greet the dogs and the cats. His hand is even upon the muzzle of one adoring dog! So sweet; a beautiful modern work of art. Merry Old Santa Claus Thomas Nast Harper's Weekly January 1, 1881 Image courtesy: Thomas Nast: The Man who Designed Santa Claus And this drawing of Nast's Merry old Santa Claus is a happiness-giving classic. Thanks for permitting me this interlude - I promise to return each Monday and Wednesday with two more postings from my book, St. Nicholas and Christmas! Let me take the chance here though to thank you all for your generous comments and emails and for following along with me on this journey into the life and times of the real Bishop of Myra. You really make my day! P.S. Please let me know if there are any drawings or cards you would like to see represented in my "Friday's Interlude" sections during this run up period to the Christmas Season! I'd love to include them. Also, I'd love to hear how "Santa Claus" and St. Nicholas are actually called in your country (I'll link it to your site!). Books and articles on Santa Claus give names but often, I have found that they are quite different from actual use.
Willowbrook Mall - Wayne, NJ.
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Great blog filled with all kinds of advertising from back in the day.... I used to buy a lot of my records using the trading stamps collected each week from grocery shopping with my mom at Two Guys near my house. That store had a little of everything the Walmart of the 70s
Books of trading stamps from my personal collection. These are from the New York - New Jersey Two Guys Department stores and date back to the 1960s.
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Betty and I lived in the Woman's Club of Morristown, NJ our second year of marriage. We were janitors, getting a small stipend and a small apartment. Then I graduated from Drew Theological School, in Madison, NJ, got ordained and was appointed to my first church in Dahlgren, Virginia. Betty wants me to include: Who could ever forget "We Are the Dancing Poodles"? It's been over 30 years, and we sure haven't.
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This looks like the Morristown, NJ I know. I used to work at Epstein's!
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This looks like the Morristown, NJ I know. I graduated from the high school.
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Loved this store. My Mom worked there and it was a kids discount paradise, not to mention they had a bunch of kids rides and a complete bowling alley in the back.
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Two Guys Department Stores Every weekend my Nanny B and Poppy George brought us lots of great stuff from Two Guys, great memories to few though
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Two Guys Department Stores. My first job when I was 15. No one cared then. I just told them I was 17.
Two Guys Department Stores.... Long time gone!!! Spent many hours there during my childhood!
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Macy's 2011 4th of July Fireworks from Weehawken, New Jersey
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Macy's 4th of July fireworks in NYC. In 2014 the show will return to the East River, delighting many who can catch a view from Brooklyn, Queens and lower Manhattan.
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Downtown Dover, NJ
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