Old Nutley

Nutley, N.J., a great place to live and raise a family

Annie Oakley Mural - photo copyright by Anthony BuccinoYou know you're from old Nutley if you ...

raced slot cars at Drewes Hobby Shop ... fished in the Mud Hole ... heard the bells of St. Mary's or Holy Family early in the morning ... took swimming lessons at ITT ... learned to drive and park in the ITT lot ... remember where you were when the ITT tower tumbled ... drove through Albino Village...

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How Memorial Park Came To Be

World War II Memorial Campaign launched to collect money for war memorial

Screenwriters Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett

Walk or bike through Nutley parks and learn a bit of history, too

Camp Nutley - Battery A, 98th Antiaircraft Gun Battalion

Nutley Photography Old and New

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Nutley History: Annie Oakley, Camp Nutley, ITT Tower, more

Nutley Writers: Frank Stockton, Frances Goodrich, Steve Politi

Nutley Actors: Robert Blake, Paul Bartel, Nick Zano

Nutley Singers/Music: Frankie Valli, Jackie Paris, Susan Narucki, more

Nutley Notables and Artists: Martha Stewart, Dorothy Allison, more

Nutley Sports: Carol Blazejowski, Tina Cervasio, 'Chief Jay Strongbow'

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Nutley Books and Authors

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Sharp Shooter Annie Oakley Once Lived In Nutley

Annie Oakley

American Experience - Annie Oakley 

Shooting For The Moon: The Amazing Life and Times of Annie Oakley

Bull's-Eye: A Photobiography Of Annie Oakley 

Biography: Annie Oakley - Crackshot in Petticoats

The Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley (Oklahoma Western Biographies, Volume 7)

Annie Oakley: Vol 1 TV Series (1954)

Annie Oakley, Vol. 1: 50th Anniversary Edition

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Daniel's Dream Dog RDaniel the Miracle Beagle, photo © 2013 Anthony Buccino, all rights reserved. escue

Nutley 'miracle dog' and owner start rescue program

Daniel - The Miracle Beagle

Daniel's Story

"On Oct. 3, 2011, I was put into a gas chamber in Florence, Alabama along with 17 other stray dogs. Carbon monoxide was pumped into the chamber. When officials returned later and opened the door, I walked out.

I was dubbed a “Miracle Dog,” weighed about 20 pounds.

I was set for a new life in New Jersey, courtesy of Eleventh Hour Rescue. The group is dedicated to saving pooches from death row in high-kill shelters.

Once I was gifted my life back, I met some very nice people. They all treated me so well and showered me with love. I did want to know if I would end up in a forever home. My foster parents, arranged for me to meet and greet a family in Nutley, New Jersey. I had never heard of this town since I was new to the area. Our first meeting was on Oct. 30, after a significant snowstorm...."

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Daniel - The Miracle Beagle: A Story For Young Readers

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Mural - Nutley, NJ - Town Hall - Commissioner Chambers - by Anthony Buccino

More Outside Links

Images of America - Nutley N.J. - John DemmerNutley Historical Society

Kingsland Manor Trust

Van Riper Restoration Trust

Nutley Little Theatre -- Nutley's best kept secret

Township of Nutley

Official township history

Nutley Board of Education

Nutley Free Public Library

Academic Booster Club

Mike Geltrude Foundation

Nutley Chamber of Commerce

Nutley Community Preservation Partnership

Nutley Education Foundation

Nutley Hall of Fame

Nutley Rotary

Everybody knows everybody in Nutley - TheWall Street Journal

Rich history and location make Nutley Township stand out

The New York Times on Cambridge Heights

Moving to Nutley?

Nutley Demographics

Wikipedia on Nutley

Nutley Journal

The Nutley Sun

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CHECK OUT THESE TITLES

Two volumes for Nutley history lovers

Nutley Notables:  The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New JerseyNutley Notables:  The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New Jersey

By Anthony Buccino

 The township of Nutley, New Jersey, accumulated a wealth of celebrated and eccentric people who over-shadowed the salt-of-the-earth folks who lived here, raised their families and built the town into the place that Norman Rockwell only dreamed of illustrating for the cover of the  Saturday Evening Post. This new book profile nearly 200 town folks,  some you may know and many you will not forget.   

 Our Nutley Notables include Old West sharpshooter Annie Oakley who has a street here named in her honor; home-diva Martha Stewart who grew up on Elm Place and often writes of growing up in Nutley but has no street named for her; and others who may have to wait a while for street naming honors.

Featured individuals run the gamut from politicians to high school coaches and athletes; from notorious personalities to beloved entertainers to the fellow in the local shop to the artists and writers who toiled long ago and today. Their images and stories document the unique contributions they've made that shaped Nutley today.

Even the most ardent Nutley historian will find new surprises in this collection.

The author thanks the Nutley Historical Society and the Nutley Free Public Library for allowing access to their vast archives and experts in compiling this first volume of Nutley Notables.

 For more information visit Nutley Notables Available on Amazon

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Old Nutley

Nutley, N.J.

A great place to live
and raise a family.

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NUTLEY NOTABLES

A book about the people who have made a memorable impact on Nutley, New Jersey, throughout its history.

Nutley Notables:  The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New Jersey

Nutley Notables Volume One

Nutley Notables, Volume Two by Anthony Buccino

Nutley Notables Volume Two

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NUTLEY SNAPSHOTS In Plain View by Anthony Buccino

Nutley Snapshots

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Nutley Sons Honor Roll- remembering the men who paid for our freedom

Nutley Sons Honor Roll

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