Palmyra Borough Hall – Palmyra NJ

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Description

The old Palmyra Methodist Church (later Society Hal), built in 1854, was acquired by the borough. The Works Progress Administration moved the structure forty feet further from the railroad and lifted the building to create a basement. The building was brickfaced and a colonial-style cupola added. The architect of record was F. Herbert Radey. The work was completed in 1941.

Source notes

Life on the Delaware: A History of Palmyra (1976)
Tales of Three Towns (1981)
Plaque on the exterior of the Palmyra Borough Hall

Project originally submitted by Robert Cooper on November 26, 2017.

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Location Info

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20 West Broad Street
Palmyra, NJ 08065

Location notes: On West Broad Street, at main intersection in the borough at the intersection of Broad Street and Cinnaminson Avenue.

Coordinates: 40.003198, -75.022155

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