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I JUST LOVE TO TAKE PHOTOS ESPECIALLY OF WOMEN BUT I ENJOY PUTTING MY PHOTOS ON THE WEB I'M A NICE GUY EASY TO GET ALONG WITH GOT LOTS OF LADY FRIENDS WHO ENJOY PHOTOGRAPHY. USUALLY I PLAN MY PHOTOS SHOOTS OF AN AREA AHEAD SO I'M WELL PREPARED. I REMEMBER THE OLD DISC CAMERAS THAT USED THOSE CIRCULAR DISC OF FILM WHEN I WAS A KID NOW WE GOT DIGITAL MAN CAMERAS CHANGED A LOT FROM THE OLD DAYS ANYWAY I PLAN TO SHOOT THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD SOMEHOW SO WISH ME LUCK. HAPPY SHOOTING.

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Lenox, first opened as The Ceramic Art Company of Trenton, however to reflect it's new ownership, changed their name to Lenox in 1906. Their production of superior dinnerware, referenced as American Belleek and high quality ornamental wares continues today

lenox china

Lenox, first opened as The Ceramic Art Company of Trenton, however to reflect it's new ownership, changed their name to Lenox in 1906. Their production of superior dinnerware, referenced as American Belleek and high quality ornamental wares continues today

lenox china

Lenox, first opened as The Ceramic Art Company of Trenton, however to reflect it's new ownership, changed their name to Lenox in 1906. Their production of superior dinnerware, referenced as American Belleek and high quality ornamental wares continues today

Offering more than one century of creative turbomachinery engineering and manufacturing experience, Demag Delaval Turbomachinery Corporation of Trenton, N.J., has itself become the engine that has driven innovations in service and product design within the industries it has served.

It started in 1901, when Gustav Patrick Delaval developed a cream separator for the dairy industry. His next project was designing a device to turn the separator at a high rate of speed, which drove him to invent the steam turbine. Delaval’s business changed hands over the years and, in 1995, Mannesmann Corporation purchased it. Since that time, the company serves markets such as petrochemical, refining and air separation.

Offering more than one century of creative turbomachinery engineering and manufacturing experience, Demag Delaval Turbomachinery Corporation of Trenton, N.J., has itself become the engine that has driven innovations in service and product design within the industries it has served.

It started in 1901, when Gustav Patrick Delaval developed a cream separator for the dairy industry. His next project was designing a device to turn the separator at a high rate of speed, which drove him to invent the steam turbine. Delaval’s business changed hands over the years and, in 1995, Mannesmann Corporation purchased it. Since that time, the company serves markets such as petrochemical, refining and air separation.

Offering more than one century of creative turbomachinery engineering and manufacturing experience, Demag Delaval Turbomachinery Corporation of Trenton, N.J., has itself become the engine that has driven innovations in service and product design within the industries it has served.

It started in 1901, when Gustav Patrick Delaval developed a cream separator for the dairy industry. His next project was designing a device to turn the separator at a high rate of speed, which drove him to invent the steam turbine. Delaval’s business changed hands over the years and, in 1995, Mannesmann Corporation purchased it. Since that time, the company serves markets such as petrochemical, refining and air separation.

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MULBERRY STREET What is now Mulberry Street runs approximately on a line with a road that once connected the Brunswick Road with Samuel Henry's grist mill which stood on the site of the Empire Rubber Company factory. For a number of years it seemed to have no definite name, being referred to at different times as the Mill Road, the road to the Stille House, Thompson's Lane and Craft's Lane. These names are, of course, reminiscent of the grist mill, the distillery that once stood along the canal, and families that once lived in an old-time dwelling along Brunswick Avenue at the head of the thoroughfare. The present name of the street is said to have been suggested by the mulberry trees planted in the locality in the thirties or forties by John Dickinson, who was interested in silkworm culture which proved to be such a dismal failure in this section of the country.

During its history, many different ethnic groups have inhabited the Five Points area and maintained community institutions. During the eighteenth century the English settled the area. As the area developed, Five Points was settled by Blacks in the area east of Montgomery Street, (known as “the Swamp”) and by Irish in the vicinity of Bond Street.

The communities maintained a vital volunteer fire department, the Harmony Volunteer Fire Department Company located on Tucker Street. Five Points also supported an Orthopaedic Hospital housed in several locations before construction of a building on Brunswick Avenue in the early twentieth century. This simple yet formal Art Deco building on Brunswick Avenue (#121) was erected on the site of the Charles May Mansion which had been adapted to serve as a hospital.

The Orthopaedic Hospital’s services were later merged with Mercer Hospital. The Lincoln Public School (#107), a handsome Mediterranean adaptation of the Romanesque style was built expressly for black children in 1924

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