Tag Archives: historic preservation
07
Aug

Carpets from the Collection of W. Parsons Todd

Walking into Macculloch Hall in 1950, after it was purchased by our museum’s founder W. Parsons Todd, you would discover a house of ornamental intrigue. Looking up, a large Vanderbilt-owned chandelier might catch your eye. Perhaps, looking down, you would be intrigued by a myriad of colorful, antique Oriental carpets displayed on the floor. As […]

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16
Sep

Mr. Macculloch’s Latin School

With school now in full swing, Macculloch Hall House Museum’s inaugural blog post takes a look at Mr. Macculloch’s Latin School and what school was like in Morristown, N.J., in the 1820s…

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