Newark (N.J.) -- History -- 20th century
Found in 205 Collections and/or Records:
Frank E. Martin correspondence
The collection consists of 60 letters written by Frank Everett Martin, while stationed at Camp Dix, New Jersey, and Aignay-le-Due-Cote d'Or, France. The bulk of the letters are to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Martin, who resided at 125 South 11th Street, Newark. The collection also includes dog tags, boat passes, and 39 postcards with scenes of the occupation of, and destruction in, France.
Frank Kingdon collection
Fred Landolphi Papers
Fred Means Papers
This collection consists of papers documenting Fred Means career and activism.
Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce Collection
Gus Heningburg Papers
This collection consists of documents pertaining to Gus Heningburg, a Newark , NJ, based civil rights and community activist, and former head of the Greater Newark Urban Coalition.
Guy Sterling Papers
This is a collection of papers, theater programs, and epherema donated by Guy Sterling.
Hahn / Schlacter Family Photo Collection
This collection contains photos from several German families in early to mid 20th century Newark.
Harrison S. Martland Collection
Harry C. Dorer Photograph Collection
The negatives were rehoused and reindexed c. 2013. An new index was created in Nov 2013 to 1000 items, but may be incomplete. There is also a card file index.
Four files of prints are housed in the Oversized cabinet.