Clover Hill Swimming

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Clover Hill Swimming Club
... The Clover Hill Swimming Club in Millington, New Jersey, was a swim club operating in the late 1950s and 1960s in the suburban New York City metropolitan region ... Clover Hill Swimming Club, Inc ... stockholders by constructing and operating "beach, swimming, tennis or recreation areas on the plan and form of a private membership club" in what was then called Passaic Township ...

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