Designed by the architectural firm of Rossiter & Wright of New York City, this structure is listed on both the New Jersey and National Registers of Historical Places as of 1976. The building was constructed in 1895 and was home to Village…

Built in 1889, this locale was originally established as the South Orange Field Club and featured a number of clubrooms, recreation space, craft shop and kitchens. By 1929, this building evolved into a Community Center that features various…

Located on Central Avenue in Newark proper, this care center was founded in 1857 by the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor.

Founded in 1848, the sanctuary annex was added in 1902. Another Methodist Church was located in the Vailsburg section of Newark and merged with the South Orange congregation in 1973.

Located within the Eagle Rock Park section of West Orange. This was often visited as a resort areas for wealthy visitors during the 19th century in particular.

This is a forested reserve and recreational park developed during the 19th century that is currently administered by the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

A colonial style domicile built on North Ridgewood Road by Henry Squier and acquired in 1850 by local resident William Redmond. Later became a farmstead in what is known as Meadowland Park and connected to the Orange Lawn Tennis Club.

Constructed in 1857 and presently located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Newark. Originally constructed to administer to the German-speaking immigrant Catholic population of Essex County. Included on the National Register of Historic…

Constructed in 1898, Marshall Hall was the first dedicated library on campus, housing approximately 18,000 volumes. This building as well as Presidents and Stafford Halls were the original three buildings on campus when the college moved from…

Presidents Hall, known as the Main Building after 1927, was completed in 1867 and served as the original home of the Immaculate Conception Seminary. In 1866, President Bayley commissioned a large stained-glass depiction of Saint Elizabeth Ann…