The Lewis Condict House in Morristown, NJ

The Lewis Condict House still stands at 51 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960. White, with a large and spacious interior, it is home to The Women’s Club of Morristown.

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A reddish plaque outside reads: “Dr. Lewis Condict House—1797—Dr. Condict, outstanding public servant, was first president of the Morris County Medical Society, congressman, and first president of the Morris & Essex railroad.” A letter on the wall of the main downstairs hallway  is from General Lafayette to Lewis Condict, thanking him for a speech given in his honor.

The website for The Women’s Club is here.

There is also a Facebook page, here.

or get in touch at…

The Woman’s Club of Morristown
51 South Street,
Morristown, NJ 07960, USA

Tel (973) 539-0467
Fax (973) 539-1505

GPS Coordinates and driving directions:

 

As something of an addendum, I recently came across the original application to put the house on the national register. Lots of good info here, not only about the house, but its original occupant, too. Screen captures of the document follow.
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Finally, the house, back in the day…

 

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Lewis Condict House, Morristown, NJ

 

[On a research note, Morristown has an excellent public library—with a dedicated genealogy wing attached. Loads of resources, spacious, good assistance…well worth going.–LSL]

 

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