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Object ID 2006.38
Title Vreeland House
Catalog type Archive
Scope & Content One flat box containing the Woman's Club Commitee on Restoration, photographs taken in the 1920s, scrapbook with photos and letters (1950s), clippings,flyers, letters & an interview with Wesley Vreeland (1986), exhibition photos, Bachelor thesis (1992), house tour,(1995),newspaper articles with photos and a commendation from a joint resolution of the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly honoring the Borough of Leonia for extrodinary efforts in the preservation of the Vreeland Documents (2007).
Collection Vreeland House
People Dirck Vreeland
Subjects Vreeland House

Source Unknown
Admin/Biographical History The Vreeland House is located on Lakeview Avenue in Leonia. The House was built by Dirck Vreeland, who came here from Holland in 1776, when Leonia was then the English Neighborhood. It is really two houses: a one-room Dutch sandstone cottage built in 1786, attached to that is a Georgian-Federal mansion built in 1815 with front and back verandas. The Vreelands occupied the house until 2000.