A. Jordan Prints>Monroe
William A. Jordan
#R24, Date of Photo: pre-1906, Photographer: A.J. Bloom.
A great view
of the Fulboam creamery at Monroe N.J. on the Franklin Branch
of the Lackawanna. This view shows the coal box, creamery building
with a milk car and the rudimentary station.
#R327, Date of Photo: pre-1906, Photographer: A.J. Bloom.
view of the Fulboam creamery with milk car and the Lackawanna
#R325, Date of Photo: post-1906, Photographer: A.J. Bloom.
of the Fulboam Creamery and Lackawanna depot. The depot was taken
off it's stilts and put on the ground in August of 1906.
#R326, Date of Photo: post-1906, Photographer: A.J. Bloom.
shot showing the Fulboam creamery and the Lackawanna station from
a slightly closer perspective compared to #325.
I present, with permission, the glass negative prints which are available
from William A. Jordan through his website, Antiquephotostore.com.
These are not photos of 100 year old post cards, but are very high
quality photographic prints made from the original glass negatives.
It's a true art to get the images seen here from these negatives and
Mr. Jordan can reproduce them in several sizes.
scans above were made from the (approx.) 8x10 inch prints I bought
from Mr. Jordan and believe me they are worth the price.
Information: William A. Jordan
Postal address: P.O. Box 254 Augusta, N. J. 07822-0254
you mention my name when ordering prints of these photos, it will
benefit my research of the D.L.& W. Sussex Branch - Dave Rutan