The Bordentown Historical Society would like to extend its sincerest appreciation to the following individuals without whose help the Joseph Bonaparte would not have been possible:
Peter Tucci, BHS Director
Steven Lederman, BHS Co-President
Doug Kiovsky, BHS Vice President
Bonnie Goldman, BHS Co-President
Michael Skelly, BHS Director
Edward Dallas, Builder, BHS member
Cristyl Cusworth, Paintings Conservator
Doug Matlaga, Green Hill Art Services
Gregg Perry, Furniture and Artifact Restoration
John Kramer, Timekeepers, Tall Clock Restoration
Steve Zuzulok Design, Banner design and printing
Brian Takacs, Renaissance Painting
Jim Boyd, Classic Flooring, LLC
Renwick Fine Art Movers
The Society of Colonial Wars of New Jersey for giving the BHS the grant that paid for moving and storing our artifacts, painting the Meetinghouse interior, and refinishing the Meetinghouse floors.
We would also like to thank Chesterfield florist for donating the lovely floral arrangement April 30th, and Robert and Stephanie Pecht from Bordentown Home for Funerals for the use of their parking lot.
We would also like to thank the Old Bookshop of Bordentown for donating a portion of the sales of Patricia Tyson Stroud’s book, “The Man Who Had Been King” to the BHS.