Marie Zimmermann House, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania

by John Albright

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [Denver Service Center in [Denver, Colo.]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 117 Downloads: 476
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Subjects:

  • Zimmermann, Marie, -- 1879-1972 -- Homes and haunts -- Pennsylvania.,
  • Marie Zimmermann House (Pa.) -- Conservation and restoration.,
  • Dwellings -- Pennsylvania -- Conservation and restoration.,
  • Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (N.J. and Pa.) -- Buildings.

Edition Notes

Other titlesDelaware Water Gap, Marie Zimmermann House., Historic structure report, interim historical data component., Historic structure report, architectural data section.
Statementby John Albright.
ContributionsBennett, Kenneth W., United States. National Park Service. Denver Service Center.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 117, vi, 70 p. :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13546178M

Spanning the Gap. Mission Statement Spanning the Gap is a multi-page park newsletter produced and distributed through the Division of Visitor Services, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The goal of Spanning the Gap is to educate visitors and neighbors about the recreation area's resources, events, and issues.. History of Spanning the Gap Spanning the Gap has been published. Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area at Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. It was built about , and is a large 2 1/2-story, fieldstone dwelling with a gambrel roof with large dormers. It has a two-story, stone rear wing with a steep gable roof. At the intersection of the main house and wing is a round two-story tower. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area: | | | Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.   While out on the geocaching trail today we went for a virtual cache (GCGDB5). Since I am a sucker of history and historical architecture this really made an impression on me. I really apprecited.

The quarterly publication from Delaware Township, Pennsylvania. DELAWARE THEN. A Walk With Marie Zimmermann. Folder 8: “Historic Structure Report: Marie Zimmermann House, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area,” by John Albright, no date (ca. ); Note: the report includes pictures of works by Marie Zimmermann. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a 70, acres (28, ha) protected area designated a National Recreation Area administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior's National Park Service. It is located along the middle section of the Delaware River in New Jersey and Pennsylvania stretching from the Delaware Water Gap northward in New Jersey to the state line . “Saved from the Dam: Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area” Guest Editor: Thomas E. Solon CRM Magazine, Vol No. , PDF Pages January 1, Other authorsTitle: Historical Architect.

2 Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Middle Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River A Notice of Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement was published in the Federal Register on J On Aug , the . In , Marie moved out of her studio at the National Arts Club and several years afterwards retired from her art career. She eventually left New York City, settling on the family farm near Milford, Pennsylvania; there she enjoyed hunting and fishing. Miss Zimmermann did . Begins in Bushkill in the southernmost part of the county and works its way straight north through a scenically-beautiful part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area on US Route along the Delaware River to Historic Milford, a character-filled town with much for the visitor, and to Matamoras, a quiet river town across from Port. #1 Marie Zimmermann Farm National Register of Historic Places Updated: Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area at Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. It was built about , and is a large 2 1/2-story, fieldstone dwelling with a gambrel roof with large dormers. It has a two-story, stone rear wing with a .

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Welcome Marie Zimmermann House Friends' expanded site on Marie Zimmermann's legacy as seen through the lens of our restoration and house tour experience in recent years at the Marie Zimmermann Farm in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

Marie (), a remarkable individual, grows up in Brooklyn, takes courses at Pratt Institute, becomes between and a nationally-acclaimed.

Zimmermann and his wife, Marie, and 5 children use the farm and house as a weekend and summer second home. The fourth child is named after her mother, Marie, and grows up there, enthralled with the natural world around her and learns to shoot and fish.

Delaware Water Gap, Marie Zimmermann House, National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania [John Albright] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John Albright. Get this from a library. Delaware Water Gap, Marie Zimmermann House, National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania. [John Albright; Kenneth W Bennett, (Writer on historic sites); United States.

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area National. Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area at Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania. It was built aboutand is a large 2 1/2-story, fieldstone dwelling with a gambrel roof with large dormers.

It has a two-story, stone rear wing with a steep gable on: Southwest of Milford on U.S. Route. Delaware Water Gap. National Recreation Area. National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior. Summer - Spring Foster-Armstong House. Guide to the Gap. Partners in Preservation.

m a r k s. t h. t h e. a n n i v e r s a ry of t h e. on tagu e. s s o c i at ion. for the Restoration of Community History (M.A.R.C. The Marie Zimmermann House and Farm is located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

Directions to Farm off US (from Milford) to South Gate, 6 Miles South. Just past mile marker 15 heading south from Milford, the south gate entrance to the Zimmermann property is on the right.

You must park and walk in. The location of the farm is in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area near the former village of Dingmans Ferry. The ultimate goal of the restoration is "Marie Zimmermann Home and Farm" as a public venue with historical, artistic, and cultural dimensions byand National Historic Landmark Designation by Full text of "Historic Structure Report: Interim Historical Data Component and Architectural Data Section: Marie Zimmerman House, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania.

The History of Zimmermann Farm The timeline from the first Dutch settlers in the Middle Delaware in the s through the dramatic episodes of the beginning of the new American nation in the s, to the relatively placid agricultural period of the s and s, to today's protection within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation area (National Park Service), the Zimmerman Farm.

On and Under the Delaware, a yearly river clean-up sponsored by Kittatinny Canoes, helps restore and preserve the recreational value of the river by removing tons of litter and debris every year.

The Friends of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area encompass all areas of the park's resources and promote and support the park's programs. Marie Zimmermann Farm - Milford, PA: November 1, Metz Ice Plant - Milford, PA: Novem Monroe County, PA Zion Lutheran Church - Bushkill, PA; November 9, Captain Jacob Shoemaker House- Bushkill, PA: J John Turn Farm - Bushkill, PA on McDade Trail: J Schoonover Mountain House - Bushkill, PA: August   The Marie Zimmerman House in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area will be closed this year, and the nonprofit group that restored it is ending its relationship with the National Park.

Get this from a library. Historic structure report, interim historical data component and architectural data section: Delaware Water Gap, Marie Zimmermann House, National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania.

[United States. National Park Service.;]. The Marie Zimmermann House once overlooked the river between White Pines and Conashaugh Trailheads. The vista is now blocked by trees, but the home is being beautifully restored an put to use as a center for the arts.

Zimmermann was an internationally known crafts artisit in metalworking. MARIE ZIMMERMANN FARM Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area U.S. Route5 Miles Southwest of Milford. The property is defined at its northern boundary by Zimme rmann Road and at the west by Long Meadow Road. The east boundary of the parcel is the edge of the Delaware River.

The south edge of the parcel is irregularly oriented east-to. National Arts Club at Gramercy Park - Allen, William - Zimmermann, Marguerite - Friends of Marie Zimmermann (Fomz) - Van Etten, Solomon - Art Institute of Chicago's First Annual Arts Crafts Exhibit - Zimmermann, Marie - Art Students League - Stevens, Chris - Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area - Arts and Decoration - Zimmermann, John C.

From the east NJ Route 15 north at Interstate 80 NJ E connecting to NJ Routes north and west, reaches the recreation area at Layton NJ in 25 miles. Bus - Martz and Greyhound bus lines from Port Authority NY to Scranton and Wilkes-Barre PA stop at the "Stroudsburg" terminal in the town of Delaware Water Gap PA.

Marie Zimmermann House The Marie Zimmermann Home & Farm is a National Register-listed site owned by the National Park Service in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

The house is a Dutch Colonial Revival-style building built by the Zimmermann Family from Brooklyn who used this as their summer home. Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area at Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania.

Marie Zimmerman Farm is situated 5 miles southwest of Milford Cemetery. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain. “You can see its in absolutely amazing condition,” says Kathleen Sandt, NPS Public Affairs Specialist.

But the house stands south of Milford, in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a 70, acres (28, ha) protected area designated by the National Recreation Area administered by the U.S.

Department of the Interior's National Park is located along the middle section of the Delaware River in New Jersey and Pennsylvania stretching from the Delaware Water Gap northward in New Jersey to the state line. Marie Zimmermann Farm, Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania.

87 likes. Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National. Historic structure report, interim historical data component and architectural data section: Delaware Water Gap, Marie Zimmermann House, National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Jewelry and Metalwork of Marie Zimmermann, p 3. Ibid, preface. Located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the Zimmermann farmhouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The US National Park Service website has more information on the house.

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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Label from public data source Wikidata. Marie Zimmerman Farm Marie Zimmermann Farm is a historic home located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area at Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania.

It was built aboutand is a large 2 1/2-story, fieldstone dwelling with a gambrel roof with large dormers. “The Marie Zimmermann House has been carefully restored to its former glory as the artist’s home,” Superintendent John J.

Donahue of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area said in. (DELAWARE WATER GAP NATIONAL RECREATION AREA) an on-going restoration project between Friends of Marie Zimmermann and the National Park Service. It includes the house, barns, designed landscape, outbuildings, and trails.

Pennsylvania side of the upper Delaware Valley, c, which had been family-farmed until. SUMMER THE CORNERSTONE OF THE POCONOS. NOTICE: The Township Office will be closed on the following days: July 4 & September 5. Search results 1 - 25 of Library of Congress. Search. Many of the other farm buildings also stand today and have been kept as they were when Zimmermann lived on and worked her farm.

ADVERTISEMENT Seeking Landmark Status. After some disagreements between the NPS and The Friends of Marie Zimmermann, efforts are once more back on track to seek National Historic Landmark status for the Zimmermann farm.Friends of Marie Zimmermann.

likes. The Friends of Marie Zimmermann are dedicated to sharing the legacy of art, history, and architecture that is embodied in the house and farm.