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"Home of Historical Relevance"

The Henry Guest House was built in 1760, and continues to stand even today as a testament to the city's rich cultural and historic heritage. The house has come to be a veritable historic landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Over the years, the house has served as a meeting place, art center and museum. After almost being demolished in 1924, the house was moved to its current location the next year. Remarkably, the structure has retained much of its original appearance. The house currently serves as a community meeting space and is maintained by the New Brunswick Free Public Library.
60 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ, United States, 08901
"Home of Historical Relevance"
The Henry Guest House was built in 1760, and continues to stand even today as a testament to the city's rich cultural and historic heritage. The house has come to be a veritable historic landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Over the years, the house has served as a meeting place, art center and museum. After almost being demolished in 1924, the house was moved to its current location the next year. Remarkably, the structure has retained much of its original appearance. The house currently serves as a community meeting space and is maintained by the New Brunswick Free Public Library.
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