This was used for squeezing oranges, grapefruit or lemons the "old fashion way". Today electric juice makers are more common.
These one room school houses served from 1922 until 1944 and still remain today. The school house in the top photo became the Borough Hall and also the Police Headquarters. It is now the Charles E. Reid Library on Midland Avenue. The bottom photo is now a private residence located on Spring Valley Road just [...]
This 1937 report card for grades one, two and three had two categories - Achievement and Citizenship. The achievement subjects listed Reading, English (that was crossed out and replaced with Art), Arithmetic, Geography, and Penmanship. The citizenship categories included Cooperation, Courtesy, Self Control and Work Habits.
This vintage school desk with attached chair proceeded school furniture of today. There was a drawer under the seat for storing books and school supplies. Note the small hole in the desk top with the round bracket below that held a ink bottle used for writing in ink before ball point pens, Since the desk [...]