New Jersey -- History -- 20th century
Found in 93 Collections and/or Records:
New Jersey Railroads Collection
This collection includes Communication Tickets (1857-58), Timetables (1901, 1951), General Plan of Yards and Waterfront (Jersey City, N.J.), Acts incorporating The New Jersey Southern Rail Road Co., The Long Branch and Sea Shore Rail Road Co., and Acts Supplementary Thereto (1870), files labeled as "The Nine-County Public Transportation Crisis (1964)" and "Erie-Lackawana (1964-71)," and publications and brochures of NJ Transit.
New Jersey Seal Collection
The collection consists of examples of seals and logos of governmental entities and public and private organizations and companies throughout New Jersey. Some of the logos have been cut from stationary or envelopes; others are on business cards. There are ca. 150 examples of seals and logos in the collection; a few are of Newark-based entities.
Addition 2019: "A New Design for the Seal of the County of Essex" folder 1990.
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Programs
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (programs, 1926/27, 1968/69, 1969/70, 1970/71, 1971/72, 1972/73, 1973/74, 1974/75, 1975/76, 1976/77, 1977/78). Many performances in Newark.
New Jersey Theaters collection
This collection includes files labeled as "The East Lynne Company, Inc., Secaucus, N.J., (1995-96)," "Papermill Playhouse, Millburn, N.J. (1963-74)," "Maplewood Theatre, Maplewood, N.J. (1938-42)," "Stanley Theatre, Jersey City, N.J. (1928)," "Theatre Intime, Princeton, N.J. (ca. 1969)," "Theatre at Upsala (1969-70)," and "McCarta Theatre of Princeton University (1968-82)." (McCarter); Program "The Little Theatre Guild of the Oranges Inc.", "The Nut Farm" (1931)
New Jersey Water Color Society Collection
Newark and New Jersey Broadsides collection
Newark and New Jersey - In Story and Pictures
Newark and NJ Bumper Stickers Collection
These bumper stickers were collected by staff including Charles F. Cummings. Bumper stickers include political candidates, protest messages (including environmental), messages of city pride, and more. Stickers of note for Newark include the 1970s "Love Newark" Campaign, "Save Kea's Ark" and Kenneth Gibson.