Click on these links for information about other area organizations, and historical organizations.
Borough Improvement League in Metuchen
Woodwild Park Association of Metuchen
The Proprietary House in Perth Amboy
Drake House Museum in Plainfield
Merchants and Drovers Tavern in Rahway
Cornelius Low House Piscataway. Middlesex County Museum
Historicaerials.com for old aerial photos of this area.
Jewish Historical Society of Central Jersey In New Brunswick
nycroads.com History of roads in the New York area, including NJ.
www.jhalpin.com Jim Halpin's collection of old photos.
Metuchen Matters Local information.
Sayre & Fisher Brick Co. Brick industry along the Raritan River
Jersey Central Railway Historical Society Local railroad information
Pennslyvania Railroad Penslyvania RR Electrics
Lincoln Highway Association First cross country highway. Opened in 1913.
Kiddie Keepwell Camp Located in Roosevelt Park
Rartian Arsenal Fact Sheet History of the site on Woodbridge Ave.
Metuchen Trivia Quiz A fun way to learn about Metuchen!
NJ Civil War Gravestones Photos of Civil War Veterans graves in NJ.
The National Jukebox US Archives historical recordings.
Info Age Museum Former Camp Evans in Wall Twp. Radar, Space Age technology.
Google Books of local history interest:
About The War: Plain Words to Plain People By: Ezra Mundy Hunt, a Metuchen resident.
History of Middlesex County, New Jersey, 1664-1920 by Harold Pickersgill 1921
Cylinder Preservation & Digitization Project University of California Santa Barbara Collection of over 6,000 Edison Cylinder recordings that you can play!
National World War II Museum A museum in New Orleans with a lot of good information about World War II
Livingbattlefield.org A website about WWII Battles
Local Historic Resources from the Firestone Library, Princeton University
The Woodbridge NJ Public Library has an online archive of local history items. Some of which would include information about Edison & Metuchen. Click on these links for more information:
http://archive.woodbridgelibrary.org/Archive/ For old newspapers.
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=collection%3Awoodbridgelibrary&sort=-publicdate For other Woodbridge items.