That so long as the building known as the Washington Headquarters shall be open to the public free of charge, at all proper times, and so long as it shall be held as an historical building, within which all the people of New Jersey may deposit articles... History of the Washington Association of New Jersey - Page 23by Edmund Drake Halsey - 1891 - 39 pagesFull view
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New Jersey. Comptroller of the Treasury - 1874
...occupied by General George Washington, during a portion of the Revolutionary war. This act provides that ''so long as the building, known as the Washington...president Ľor treasurer of the Washington Association the sum of twelve hundred and fifty dollars ($1,250)," semi-annually. Under this act one payment of...