History

Comic Sites

One of the most defining characteristics between DC and Marvel comic books is the settings used for the narratives. From its early days, DC chose

Gifted Books

The two large bookcases that house an impressive collection of tomes once owned by Charles K. Landis and his family at the Vineland Historical and

Off the Shelf

Last month, Patricia Martinelli, curator of the Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society, began the process of unlocking a portion of town founder Charles K. Landis’

Songs of Love

The 1969 Amsterdam bed-in at which New Jersey Casino Control Commissioner Alisa Cooper interviewed John Lennon and Yoko Ono concluded on March 31, but its

Bedside Chat

As a junior at Atlantic City High School waiting for the elevator to reach the ninth floor of the Amsterdam Hilton where she would interview

Fifty Decades Past

This past decade has celebrated its share of 50th anniversaries of events that helped shape a half-century of culture, politics and scientific accomplishments. So, it

Two Dry Towns

The early 1860s brochure published by A. Cole & Co. to promote the settlement of Manumuskin shares many of the same ingredients found in Vineland

Town on the River

By the middle of the 19th century, the Manumuskin River shared its name with a community that was developed after the iron mill, forge and

Marvel Man

In April 1950, two weeks before the deadline for his $25,000 bet to visit all 48 states in 14 months while sealed in a Kaiser