I arrived at 7:30 and within just a few minutes the bird made its first appearance in the shrub next to the homeowner's porch. The Harris' would try to get underneath the array of feeders but always seemed to squabble with other species there, like the White-Throated Sparrows, and quickly get chased off.
I stayed in the car as the mixed flock was very skittish. This technique seemed to pay off as the Harris' made several attempts at the feeders, and also had many appearances under that shrub by the porch.
This is bird # 378 seen within the State of New Jersey !
Here is an image of the bird, credit to Fred Pfeiffer: