The Union in Flemington, the "Lindbergh baby hotel," will not be demolished

On Friday, Flemington borough officials announced their decision to preserve the Union Hotel at 90 Main Street. In 1935, the hotel housed journalists from all around the world during the murder trial of Charles Lindbergh Jr., famously dubbed one of the "trials of the century."  (Coincidentally, the body of the 20-month-old Lindbergh baby was discovered 85 years ago last Friday, May 12, 1932, in a wooded area not far from the Lindbergh estate in Hopewell.)  

Here's the NJ.com story about the hotel's preservation.

Here's a chronology of the Lindbergh baby case.

Here's a great piece from "Weird NJ" on the Union Hotel.

And here's a video about the Union Hotel from Antiquity Echoes:


 
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