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Dusenberry House

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Location  Chatham Borough, NJ
NRHP Reference #  79001515
Area  2,000 m²
Nearest city  Summit
Built  1848
Opened  1848
Added to NRHP  1 November 1979
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Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
Similar  New Egypt Speedway, Laurita Winery, Field Station: Dinosaurs, Jersey Shore

The Dusenberry House is a mid-19th century building located on Main Street in Chatham Borough, Morris County, New Jersey, United States. It is sometimes known as the Presbyterian Parsonage, since it most notable as the home of the Rev. Joseph Meeker Ogden, pastor for 45 years of the Presbyterian church in the town currently named after him. It was also the birthplace of his son, Joseph Wallace Ogden, who founded the brokerage firm J. W. Ogden & Company.

In 1979 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is currently used as a store.


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