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    Elk Sculpture, Elk Lodge

    This bronze elk, created by Laura Gardin Fraser, was a gift of Arthur Bishop in 1930 to memorialize the former members of New Brunswick Lodge 324 who died in World War I. Artist Laura Gardin Fraser was a prominent early 20th-century sculptor known for both relief and three-dimensional work.

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    Margaret Bourke-White Home

    Margaret Bourke-White was one of the first women to achieve financial success as a photographer, and one of the best-known photojournalists of the 20th century. She grew up in this stuccoed suburban home, an early and excellent example of American domestic architecture influenced by Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts movement.

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    Kearny Cottage

    Kearny Cottage, in addition to being the home of United States Navy Commodore Lawrence Kearny, was also the home of his mother, Elizabeth Lawrence, who was a celebrated poet around the time of the Revolutionary War and afterward.

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    Douglass College, College Hall

    In 1918, this brown sandstone Italianate mansion now known as College Hall, formerly part of the Carpender estate, became the central home of the New Jersey College for Women, the first established public college for women in the state as a department of Rutgers College.