Pennsylvania postcard - Washington Crossing, PA
Titled: Monument at Washingtons Crossing, Delaware River, Penna Side showing a close up of the memorial. It reads: NEAR THIS SPOT WASHINGTON CROSSED THE DELAWARE ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT 1776 THE EVE OF THE BATTLE OF TRENTON - Erected 1895 - Bucks Co Hist Soc (Historical Society)
I found out that: In 1917 Washington Crossing Park was established + in 1918 the Taylorsville PO was changed to Washington Crossing. Now a 500 acre park.
While researching, I have to say that I did not find any other view of the monument that included the wooden building to the left. Not saying that there aren't any others, just that I didn't find any others at that time, so it MAY BE unique in and of itself for that reason.
Mailed from Trenton, NJ in 1916 to Mr F H Miller
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