Many famous people are associated with these Monmouth County historic places including Guglielmo Marconi, T. Thomas Fortune, Dr. Arno A. Penzias, Ben Shahn, Gen. Henry Clinton and J.P. Allaire.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Monmouth County places including John T. & et al. Rowland, US Army, Richard Upjohn, US Dept. of Interior, A.B. Crawford, Alfred Kastner, White, JG, Engineering Corporation, Richard Michell Upjohn, Emil Henry Schmieder and Carrere & Hastings. Prominent architectural styles found in Monmouth Country are Georgian, Queen Anne and Late Victorian.
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