1 folder+ 13 mounted transparencies and 2 8x10 photographs
Mixed archival materials
United States of America, New Jersey, Morris County, East Hanover
The Rowley House (East Hanover, New Jersey)
This 250 year old house, also known as the Cook Farmhouse, was originally an inn serving travelers between West Jersey and New York City. Mrs. Rowley created an enclosed herb garden and numerous borders backed by hedges. Now owned by the Township and operated by the historical society, it is open to the public at specified times.
Person(s) associated with the garden include(s): Mr. and Mrs. W. Everett Rowley (former owners); Mrs. W. Everett Rowley (garden designer); and East Hanover Township (present owner).