I am sending this for a second time because I may have erased the first one.
Thank you for openning the museum on that Sunday. You went out of your way for me and I appreciate it. As Brian said "you are a very nice lady. I will send Geneology as soon as I have a little time.
I grew up in Milltown and am currently a graduate student at Rutgers in the Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies program. For a class in architectural preservation I am interested in writing a preservation plan for a historic Milltown building like the Michelin factory or the Raritan Railroad station. I wrote more about it on my page on this site, but I would love to talk more about it with you or other members of the historical society and Milltown revitalization. I appreciate any help you can give me. It's so great to see all this interest in the preservation of Milltown's history and character. Thanks!
Thanks so much for getting back to me. Everyone's been so helpful. I was unable to make the last general meeting because I had to work, but I should be able to come to the November meeting. I was hoping the Historical Society might have building plans, Historic American Building Survey (HABS) drawings, Sanborn fire insurance maps, info on building materials or any documentation of that sort on the rrrr station. Whatever background information I could get would be helpful. I've already run these same questions by the borough president, Brian Harto, but he said he doesn't have any. I'm crossing my fingers!! Thanks again. Also let me know if this is the best way to contact you or if you'd prefer email. My email is email@example.com.
Oh great, so nice to meet you! My dad was so into this and he told me a lot about Milltown, so now it's hard because I can't ask him anymore. I want to learn more about the history. Thank you for emailing me back.
Hi Kathy, I was checking in on Milltown and saw your friend request and had to reply. Did you get much info on the Evans family? I am sorry I don't have any info but this is a great idea, getting together Milltown family histories. I hope all is well with you and Milltown. I probably won't be back east this year so I hope you aren't planning any protests.
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