Many famous people are associated with these Hunterdon County historic places including James W. Marshall, Voorhees, Gov. Foster, et al., Charles A. & Anne Morrow Lindbergh, John Bray, Sarah Clark Case and Charles Stewart.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Hunterdon County places including Joseph Fowler, William Cowin, Trenton Locomotive & Machine Man. Co, George B. Post, Charles Ogden Holcombe, Jacob Kline, J. Housel, Wiliam M. Michler, William Connor and Butterfoss & Williamson. Prominent architectural styles found in Hunterdon Country are Greek Revival, Italianate and Federal.
|Page 1 > 2|