Cape May, New Jersey
Cape May is a city at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula in Cape May County, New Jersey, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. One of the country's oldest vacation resort destinations, ...
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Episcopal Church of the Advent / St. John's Chapel
The Episcopal Church of the Advent / St. John's Chapel is an historic Carpenter Gothic style Episcopal church building located at Franklin and Washington streets in Cape May, Cape May County, New Jers...
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Cape May diamonds
Cape May diamonds (sometimes capitalized "Diamonds") are quartz pebbles found on the beaches of Cape May Point, New Jersey. The pebbles are sometimes collected, cut and polished to resemble diamonds, ...
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On the Way to Cape May
"On The Way To Cape May" is a song that has become a Jersey Shore sound summertime anthem for the Philadelphia/Delaware Valley and South Jersey Shore area. It was written by Maurice "Buddy" Nugent acc...
Jeff Van Drew
Jeff Van Drew (born February 23, 1953) is an American Democratic Party politician who has served in the New Jersey Senate since 2008, where he represents the 1st Legislative District. From 2002 to 200...
Richie Phillips
Richard G. Phillips (born c. 1940; died May 31, 2013) was the former general counsel and executive director of the 52-member Major League Umpires Association (MLUA), having held those positions from 1...
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Chris Jay
Chris Jay is a musician, songwriter, producer, screenwriter, journalist and actor best known as the frontman and founder of the rock band, Army of Freshmen.
Chris Jay was born Chris Jurewicz in Ca...
Thomas H. Hughes
Thomas Hurst Hughes (January 10, 1769 - November 10, 1839) was a U.S. Representative from New Jersey; born in Cold Spring, Cape May County, New Jersey, January 10, 1769; attended the public schools; m...
Gay Talese
Gay Talese (/təˈliːz/; born February 7, 1932) is an American author. As a writer for The New York Times and Esquire magazine in the 1960s, he helped to define literary journalism. His most famous arti...
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Cape May Times
The Cape May Times was created in 2001 by Jane Kashlak, a former WNBC investigative producer and five-time New York Emmy Award winner.The online publication originated as a guide to local events and m...
Washington Street (Cape May)
Washington Street is the name of a major east-west street in downtown Cape May, New Jersey. It begins at Lafayette Street (New Jersey Route 109) and (officially) ends at Ocean Street. Unofficially, th...
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Emlen Physick Estate
The Emlen Physick Estate is a Victorian house museum in Cape May, New Jersey, located at 1048 Washington Street. The 18-room mansion, attributed to acclaimed American architect Frank Furness, was buil...
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United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May
74°53′00″W / 38.94500°N 74.88333°W / 38.94500; -74.88333United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is the home of the Coast Guard enlisted corps and is the Coast Guard...
Anthony Maher (soccer)
Anthony Maher (born March 18, 1979 in Cape May, New Jersey, United States) is a forward who is currently unattached. Maher is also a member of the United States National Futsal team and a National Tea...
Jonathan Pyne House
The Jonathan Pyne House is located in Cape May, Cape May County, New Jersey, United States. The house was built in 1694 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 14, 1997.
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Charles W. Sandman, Jr.
Charles William Sandman, Jr. (October 23, 1921 – August 26, 1985) was an American Republican Party politician who represented New Jersey's 2nd congressional district in the United States House of Repr...
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Cape May Historic District
The Cape May Historic District is an area of 380 acres (1.5 km) with over 600 buildings in the resort town of Cape May, Cape May County, New Jersey. The city claims to be America's first seaside...
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Cold Spring Presbyterian Church
The Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, located on U.S. Route 9 in the Cold Spring section of Cape May, in Cape May County, New Jersey, United States, is a historic two-story church on the National Regis...
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Cape May City School District
Cape May City School District is a community public school district serving students in pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade from Cape May, New Jersey, United States. Its sole school is the Cape May C...
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Julius H. Taylor
Julius H. Taylor (February 15, 1914 - August 27, 2011) was a professor emeritus from Morgan State University. He was chairperson of the department of physics. Taylor maintained a steady flow of schola...
Congress Hall (Cape May hotel)
Congress Hall is a historic hotel in Cape May, Cape May County, New Jersey, United States, occupying a city block bordered on the south by Beach Avenue and on the east by Washington Street Mall. It i...
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John B. Walthour
John Buchman Walthour (August 24, 1904 – October 29, 1952) was the 4th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta in the United States.
He was born 24 August 1904 in Cape May, New Jersey, the son ...
Old Cape May County Courthouse Building
Old Cape May County Courthouse Building, is located in Cape May, Cape May County, New Jersey, United States. The building was built in 1848 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on Dec...
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