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79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private Residence, possibly multi-dwelling. One of the earliest extant structures & one of few early frame structures. Part of first level development probably workers' housing for early local in... more

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private Residence, possibly multi-dwelling. One of the earliest extant structures & one of few early frame structures. Part of first level development probably workers' housing for early local in... more

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private Residence, possibly multi-dwelling. One of the earliest extant structures & one of few early frame structures. Part of first level development probably workers' housing for early local in... more

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private Residence, possibly multi-dwelling. One of the earliest extant structures & one of few early frame structures. Part of first level development probably workers' housing for early local in... more

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

79 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private Residence, possibly multi-dwelling. One of the earliest extant structures & one of few early frame structures. Part of first level development probably workers' housing for early local in... more

83 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

83 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private residence, possibly multi-dwelling or boarding house. One of the earliest extant structures and one of the few early frame structures in the James Street Commons Historic District. Surve... more

83 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

83 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private residence, possibly multi-dwelling or boarding house. One of the earliest extant structures and one of the few early frame structures in the James Street Commons Historic District. Surve... more

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private residence, possibly multi-dwelling or boarding house. Typical of 3 story brick townhouses in the district, city and of period. Initial residence associated with early 2nd half of 19th cent... more

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private residence, possibly multi-dwelling or boarding house. Typical of 3 story brick townhouses in the district, city and of period. Initial residence associated with early 2nd half of 19th cent... more

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

103 Bleeker Street (House), Newark, Essex County, NJ

Significance: Private residence, possibly multi-dwelling or boarding house. Typical of 3 story brick townhouses in the district, city and of period. Initial residence associated with early 2nd half of 19th cent... more

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