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Cape May man to present overview of Victorian town's '70s renaissance

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Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 12:01 am

The early 1970s was a turning point for Cape May, said Cape May resident Tom Carroll, the original owner of The Windward House Inn Bed & Breakfast on Jackson Street. Carroll and his wife, Sue, purchased the B&B property for $38,000 in 1971, not knowing at the time that it was a pivotal point in Cape May's development and preservation.

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