Chartered in 1813, Livingston was largely farmland for more than the first century of its existence. Throughout the 20th century, and especially following World War II, the town developed, the farmland transforming into homes and commerce. Capturing everyday scenes and turning points in the town's past, Livingston chronicles the unique heritage of the community and the individuals who have worked together to help define it.
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The War Years and Transformation
A Municipal Personality Emerges
4 Today and the Future
Aid Squad Andrew Teed Avenue and Livingston Beaufort Avenue Bob Harp Bottitta building built Charlie Schilling Christopher Cone Dean Gallo DeCamp bus Dominick Crincoli Doris Beck Essex County fire chief Force Home former mayor Herbert Mitschele Hobart Gap Jersey Jersey Superior Court Joseph Kean Kenneth Welch Key Club left to right Lions Park Livingston Avenue Livingston Baptist Church Livingston Center Livingston Historical Society Livingston Library Livingston Mall Livingston Police Livingston Township located Mayor Crincoli Nettie Ochs Cider Northfield Center Northfield Road Ochs Cider Mill Philomena's Church Phyllis Swain Kowalchuk picture was taken Pleasant Avenue post office present Richard Swain Riker Hill Robert Harp Roosevelt Plaza Roosevelt School Russ Jones section of Livingston served settlers of Livingston Shari Weiner standing Superior Court Tahaney town hall Township Committee Chairman Township Manager Harp Township of Livingston volunteer Walnut Street West Essex Tribune William Ely William Livingston