A Look Back at Lambertville in 1949

The Delaware River Town charm traces back hundreds of year, to the roots of the communities that now make up the riverside communities. Lambertville dates back to 1703, when the council of West Jersey purchased the land from the Delaware Indians shortly followed by Lambertville’s first resident, John Holcombe, purchasing 350 acres north of the first survey line.

“The Lambertville Story” provides a glimpse back in time to Lambertville, New Jersey at the turn of the century as the community came together to solve a problem.

The charming character of the town as well as the the strong community spirit remain in tact more than sixty years later. Take a look back:

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