|Public Housing Projects|
The Edward Scuddeer Homes opened in 1859 & 1960 and was named for Edward W. Scudder, (1881-1952), publisher of the Newark News from 1931 - 1950. It ws located between Rose, Court, Howard & Lincoln Streets.
From Andrew Keegan:
I worked in an urban gardening program in Newark from 1978-83, and I coordinated several gardens in Newark housing projects. One of our largest and most successful was at the Scudder Homes project, off Springfield Ave. We built a geodesic dome there and grew plants throughout the winter. It was just west of St. Benedict's, on land that had been cleared after the riots. We had a huge area to work with.
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