From a summertime meeting ground of tents to cottages of Victorian splendor, Mount Tabor Historic District is a state treasure listed on the New Jersey and National Register of Historic Places.
About the Richardson History House The Mount Tabor Historical Society acquired one-third of this unique triple cottage in August 2007 as a generous bequest from Evelyn Blackford Clark (Aug. 6, 1911 – Oct. 17, 2005). Mrs. Clark was a member of the historical society and lived in the right-third of the triple cottage since 1948.…
Mt. Tabor, New Jersey, is a fine example of a 19th century community. Established in 1869 as a Methodist summer camp meeting ground, Mt. Tabor is now a full-time residential community. While walking through Mt. Tabor, one can see Victorian cottages, complete with gingerbread, and several historic community buildings. Trinity Park is still a busy…
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