Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives

"William E. Doron standing beside his 'Moon' car at Radcliffe & Market St. in Bristol, Pa."

Item

Dublin Core

Identifier

7.11a.013

Description

William Doron, standing next to his automobile. He was the owner and operator of the ferry boat between Bristol and Burlington until 1930. The Burlington-Bristol Bridge opened in 1931. Between 1930-1931, someone else operated a small ferry. Mr. Doron died in 1930. His home was at the west corner of Cedar and Walnut Streets. The Ferry office was at Radcliffe. Market Street was where the picture was taken.

Date

Undated

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Citation

“"William E. Doron standing beside his 'Moon' car at Radcliffe & Market St. in Bristol, Pa.",” Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives, accessed March 2, 2024, https://archive.grundylibrary.org/items/show/1393.