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[Ice on the Delaware River at the Mill Street Wharf]

Item

Dublin Core

Identifier

7.18a.031

Description

The large poles on each side of the wharf were tying steamboats that travelled from Trenton to Philadelphia with stops at Bordentown, NJ, Bristol, PA, and Burlington, NJ. On the left, is the ferry boat dock which connected Burlington, NJ and Bristol, PA until 1931 when the Burlington Bristol Bridge was opened. The boat at the dock is the William E. Doron ferry.

Date

January 23, 1910

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Citation

“[Ice on the Delaware River at the Mill Street Wharf],” Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives, accessed May 19, 2024, https://archive.grundylibrary.org/items/show/2898.