Congress Hall pre fire - year unknown.
Old Congress Hall destroyed by fire in 1878. Cape May, NJ.
Congress Hall veranda July 1877
Visitors enjoy the cool veranda of Congress Hall in July or 1877. Even the dog days of summer could not shake the Victorians from their formal dress code.
Congress Hall and The Windsor post fire
Congress Hall, and to its left, The Windsor., which came under the same ownership as its neighbor in the 1970s, but which burned down in 1979.
Congress Hall pre fire picture
Congress Hall before the great fire of 1878 which destroyed 35 acres of Cape May beachfront.
Congress Hall photo 1950s
A picture from above - 1950s. Then, as now, Congress Hall dominates the landscape of Cape May.
Congress Hall 1920s postcard
Annie Knight added tennis courts on the Perry Street side and halved the number of rooms at Congress Hall from about 300, introducing en suite bathrooms.
Congress Hall Carl McIntire era
Congress Hall late 1960s
Congress Hall Library of Congress image
From the Library of Congress - this shot dates somewhere from 1900 - 1915.
Congress Hall Staff Photo 1928
Congress Hall's staff line up on the lawn in 1928.. The distracted fellow on the right is a tennis pro. Congress Hall's owner, Annie Knight, is front center.
Congress Hall exterior reopening 2002
Congress Hall reopens June 7, 2002. NJ Gov. Christine Todd Whitman was in attendance for the ribbon cutting.
Congress Hall postcard 1927
This is a postcard from 1927 during the Annie Knight years.
Congress Hall post 1854
Congress Hall post 1854 before the fire
Congress hall neon sign
Congress Hall's neon sign came down in the 1980s when it began to fall apart.
Congress Hall pre 1854 photo
Congress Hall pre 1854 photo - date and era unsure.
Congress Hall post 1854 - date unsure
An artist's rendition of Congress Hall from the middle of the 19th century. Congress Hall after the WB Miller renovation of 1854 -not sure of exact date.
Congress Hall 1877
Congress Hall etching 1877 Jacob Cake era....one year before the fire. The pier was owned by Congress Hall and welcomed passengers from Philadelphia, Maryland, DC and New York.
Congress Hall 1879
Congress Hall 1879. HJ and GR Crump, Proprietors announce the opening of the new post fire Congress Hall.
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