[By LEA KAHN, Staff Writer,

“Romus Broadway, a self-described social historian, spent six decades capturing daily life in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood on his camera.

Some of those images will be on display as double-sided banners on utility poles for the next year in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood. The Arts Council of Princeton organized the public art display in honor of Broadway, who died in 2020. He was 81 years old.”

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