Leesburg N.J. Stores and Businesses
Sutton's Store Leesburg N.J.Sutton's Store was once a 2 Story building located on the corner of Broad and Main st. Leesburg later the top story burnt, and the building was coverted into a one story home by Horace Bacon. It is currently the residence of Warren Hoffman.
Smith's Garage Leesburg N.J,.Smith's Garage as shown in this photo was owned by Bill Smith later became Fowler's Garage owned by George Fowler and later was Marine and general store owned by Paul Cox photo taken by Herbert "Herbie" Lee shared with us courtesy of his family
Smith's Garage/Don Terry's Dry CleanSmith's Garage in the front. Don Terry's Dry cleaners in the rear of this photo where the current Post Office is on Main and High street Leesburg. That building was Don Terry's Dry cleaners later the Post office moved into it, then the building was removed and replaced with the current Post Office which was built by Herbert Lee. This photo was taken by Herbie Lee as well and shared with us courtesy of his family
The Leesburg WindmillThe Leesburg Windmill was owned by William Carlisle and was a grist mill used to grind grains. It was located the property currently owned by Allen's Steel at the very end of High St. on the Maurice River Leesburg N.J. photo courtesy of Paul Cox
Thompsons Store Leesburg N.J.Norman and Jean Thompson's Store and Ice Cream parlor located on New Street Leesburg where the Church Hall is. Photo taken by Herbert "Herbie " Lee sent to us courtesy of his family.
Thompson's Store Leesburg N.J.Norman and Jean Thompson's Store and Ice Cream parlor located on New Street Leesburg where the Church Hall is. Photo taken by Herbert "Herbie " Lee sent to us courtesy of his family.
Lumberyard Leesburg N.J.In this photo we are unsure if it was Eldridge Lumber Yard or Vanaman's Lumber yard photo was taken by Herbert "Herbie" Lee and shared with us courtesy of his family. this building in later years became the Leesburg Auction. located on New Street.
Delaware Bay Shipbuilding companyan early Photo of Delbay Shipyard located on River Road Leesburg. the buildings are currently owned by Whibco Sand company