March 19, 2019: David Veasey: New Jersey's Colonial Architecture Told in 100 Buildings
Mr. Veasey was raised in Chatham and has spent most of his life in the Garden State and now lives in Morris Plains. He has a long-time interest in the state's architecture, including its lighthouses and life-saving stations which he wrote a book about, Guarding New Jersey's Shore: Lighthouses and Line-Saving Stations. He also wrote New Jersey Then and Now. Mr. Veasey holds a BA from Drew University and a Master's Degree from New York University.
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