Historical Society of Bloomfield

Videos of past presentations courtesy of WBMA TV

Theatre of Terror: Shooting Horror Films in Bloomfield. October 2019, Bloomfield filmmaker Tom Ryan discusses town landmarks used in his 2018 horror anthology Theatre of Terror.

The History of Diners in Essex County. May 28, 2019, by Michael C. Gabriele, author of The History of Diners in New Jersey.

American Mummies: The Industrial Birth of the Eternal Dead. March 26, 2019, by Scott Warnasch. Forensic Archeologist/Anthropologist and Bloomfield resident, Scott Warnasch describes his investigation of mummified bodies that had been buried in Fisk Metallic Burial Cases in the 1850s

History of Bloomfield College: Celebrating 150 Years. October 23, 2018, by Patrick Vera

The International Arms & Fuze Company. May 22, 2018, by Dean Cole

The Morris Canal in Bloomfield A Virtual Tour from East to West. March 22, 2016, by Rich Rockwell. Including local and state-wide Greenway efforts celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Historical Society of Bloomfield.

Jersey Blue: Civil War Politics in New Jersey 1854 1865. May 24, 2016, by William Gillette. NJ's role in the Civil War.

The Administration of Mayor John Kinder: 1972 to 1987. October 27, 2015, by former Councilman, Joe Wojak.

To be Bloomfield Mayor in 1960s Two Party System. October 28, 2014, by former Mayor, Ralph C.Conte. The Administration of Mayor Ralph Conte 1963 1966.

Morris Canal in Bloomfield: A Virtual Tour from East to West in honor of the Bicentennial of Bloomfield. March 27, 2012, by Rich Rockwell.

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Bloomfield, NJ 07003