Posts Tagged "Trenton history"

Horsman Dolls Talk

Posted on Dec 23, 2020 in Events, Past Events

Horsman Dolls Talk

ZOOM TALK with Exhibit Curator Karl J. Flesch
Horsman Dolls: From its founding to its heyday when Trenton had the largest doll factory in the country
Tuesday, January 12; 7pm
$10

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Plaque Commemorates Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall and the 1776 Battle of Trenton

Posted on Dec 4, 2020 in Exhibits, Upcoming Exhibits

Jan 3 Jan 10 On view at Ellarslie in advance of PATRIOTS WEEK 2020 and through January, anytime the Trenton City Museum is open (limited schedule due to covid-19, please confirm schedule on our website). This bronze plaque was erected by the  Trenton High School class of 1905 almost 125 years after the December 26, 1776 event that it commemorates.It marked the spot at which Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall was mortally wounded  near the corner of Broad Street (then called Queen Street, or Bridge Street) and what is now Academy Street, in the street in front of the Mercer County...

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Walking Through History at Ellarslie and Downtown

Posted on Oct 13, 2020 in Education, Events, Past Events

Walking Through History at Ellarslie and Downtown

TALKS AND TOUR WITH KARL FLESCH & DAVID BOSTED

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Museum Talks October 25
Architecture Walk October 31

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Trenton’s Junior No. 1, 1916

Posted on Jun 4, 2020 in Current Exhibits, Exhibits, Featured

Trenton’s Junior No. 1, 1916

On the Forefront: Trenton’s Junior No. 1, 1916
Fascinating Artifacts
Memorabilia
Photography by J. Carlos Vargas and Robert J. Sammons

Curated by Karl J. Flesch
Extended to May 30, 2021
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Trenton Eclectic

Posted on Dec 7, 2019 in Exhibits, Past Exhibits

Trenton Eclectic

TRENTON ECLECTIC
Art, Artifacts, and Objects from 350 Years of Trenton History

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