Newark (N.J.) -- History -- 20th century
Found in 267 Collections and/or Records:
A Report To The New Jersey Legislature Concerning The Recent Events And Disturbances At The Newark And Camden Campuses Of Rutgers, The State University
This small collection consists of items related to a family that operated a leather goods and shoe fittings store in Newark from the 1890s through the first half of the 20th century. Albert R. Vogeler, Jr. (1930-2016), the grandson of the founder, was the collector of the materials.
A collection of photo albums and other materials on the family of George and Roberta Alford and Frontier’s International, Newark branch.
The collection consists of four flat boxes of black and white photographs, mostly 8" x 10" prints. A substantial number of the photographs are stamped with Johnston's name on the back. Subjects include Newark photos, photos from WNJR interviews and broadcasts, Newark Airport, military photos, sports and recreation as covered in the Newark Sunday Call, miscellaneous Associated Press photos and personal family photos, portraits and settings.
15 volumes of the History of the American Legion of New Jersey. Box #1 : v.1-8 (1919-1935); Box #2 : v.9-15 (1935-1944)
2 archival boxes contain photocopies of the transcripts of the wire taps and correspondence related to the printing of the transcripts.