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Historic Morven (1709)

55 Stockton Street

       

The Richard Stockton House ("The Signer")

See:

Historic American Buildings Survey
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/hhhtml/hhhome.html
Survey number HABS NJ-408
Call number:  HABS  NJ 11-PRINT 7
This HABS online file includes 10 measured drawings (elevations, plans, sections); 17 exterior and interior photographs; and the HABS survey data forms.

Morven Icehouse and Servant's Quarters:
Survey number HABS NJ-408-A
Call number:  HABS  NJ 11-PRINT 7-A
This online file includes 2 measured drawings (elevations, plans, sections) and the HABS survey data form.

National Historic Landmarks (NHL) Program
National Register Number 71000503:
"Statement of Significance (as of designation - July 17, 1971):
Morven, a mid-18th-century Georgian residence, was the birthplace and home of Richard Stockton (1730-1781), a signer of the Declaration of Independence, lawyer and judge.  It served as the official residence of New Jersey's Governors between 1954 and 1982."
See:  http://www.cr.nps.gov

Historic Morven
http://www.historicmorven.org/index.html