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    Summit Playhouse

    Union County, Summit City 10 New England Avenue Summit, NJ Open to Public For more information, call (908) 273-2191 or visit The Summit Playhouse  […]

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    Shady Rest Gold and Country Club

    Shady Rest was the first African American owned and operated golf and tennis club in the United States. Several pioneering African American sports champions visited the club, among them Althea Gibson, who played tennis there, and John Shippen, who served as the club’s golf professional until 1960.

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    Wallace Chapel, AME Zion Church

    Florence Spearing Randolph was an African American Methodist minister and social activist. She led the Wallace Chapel congregation from 1925 to 1946. As the congregation grew, she organized the fundraising effort for the construction of a permanent spiritual home.

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    The Shakespeare Garden

    Union County, Plainfield City A project of the Plainfield Garden Club Cedar Brook Park, 121-147 Randolph Road Plainfield, NJ Open to Public For more […]

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    All Souls Unitarian Church

    Antoinette Brown Blackwell was the first woman ordained minister in the United States, a social activist, and a celebrated author and lecturer on temperance and women’s rights in New England, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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    The Miller-Cory House Museum

    Established as a museum in 1972, The Miller-Cory House interprets farm life in the “west fields” of Elizabethtown from 1740 through 1820.