Color image of a hand-drawn map of the William Marsh Rice estate in Dunellen, New Jersey. The upper portion of the map is fragmented, with several sections missing. The following buildings are drawn and labeled: smokehouse, dwelling houses for the help, outhouse, servants quarters, kitchen, and the main residence. The scale is 1” to 16’. “B. Fosgate, Architect, Plainfield, N.J.” is stamped on the left hand side of the map. There is a fragment of illegible writing on the lower portion of the map.
"William Marsh Rice estate in Dunellen, NJ, map of grounds," 1899. Rice University, http://hdl.handle.net/1911/64719.
Rice, William Marsh, 1816-1900--Homes and haunts--Maps; Dunellen (N.J.)--Maps; William M. Rice Institute; Rice University--History
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