Several times a year, Thomas Edison National Historical Park puts out a park newsletter. It includes things happening in the park, upcoming special events, and even a section on park employees. The newsletters are available here in PDF format. Just click on date you wish to read. Enjoy!
Did You Know?
West Orange, NJ, was the birthplace of motion pictures. In 1893, Thomas Edison built the first building for the recording of motion pictures. It was dubbed THE BLACK MARIA. It got its name because it was large and black and looked like the police wagons of the day, which were called black marias.