Posts about the development of Plainsboro.
What is a corbel and why are they important? A corbel is a decorative support that extends out from a wall. The
On Saturday, May 6th, Plainsboro held its annual Founder's Day celebration! The entire Recreation Department was on hand to ensure the day
Elsie the Cow, Borden Company's mascot since 1936, is a national icon. Created during a time when dairy prices skyrocketed and larger
These items were popular entertainment for Plainsboro children in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and were donated to the Wicoff
The Princeton Nurseries Kingston Site was established by William Flemer Sr. shortly before World War I, and grew to become the largest
The origin of the First Presbyterian Church of Plainsboro is considered to be on November 17, 1879, with the laying of a
This children’s painting book and crayon set (circa 1920) were owned by Harry J. Sohl. who was born in Plainsboro in 1908.
Until the 1970’s, Plainsboro was home to the Titus Family, descendants of an ex-slave turned landowner of Middlesex County. Centuries ago, Thomas
Now that our new temporary exhibit "The School That Started a Town" is open, we'd like to share a glimpse into a