An important portion of the rich history of Princeton’s Historic Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood resides in the memories and family stories of many of its residents.
Recognizing the importance of preserving and documenting these recollections, the Arts Council of Princeton announces a public art project celebrating the photographic work of late W-J resident Romus Broadway.
Broadway, who passed in the summer of 2020, was the unofficial photographic historian for generations of proud residents who lived in the Witherspoon-Jackson community. While on display at various events, church services, schools, and community programs – including at the Arts Council for many years – these photo collages bring forth laughter, tears, and so many memories.
“A New Form of Public Art to Be Displayed by Arts Council”, Town Topics, July 20, 2022
“Naming Party” on June 25 to Highlight Witherspoon-Jackson Family Stories, Town Topics, June 15, 2022