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A.K. DeLemos scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: MG DeLemos-(Main)
Scope and Contents The five scrapbooks, compiled by Henry F. Mutschler, contain newspaper clippings (including many obituaries), flyers, programs, correspondence, and articles relating to A. K. DeLemos and Co. and to musical news and events in Newark and New York; also included are notes and published articles by and about Mutschler. The contents are arranged roughly chronologically within the volumes, but there is considerable overlap in dates between volumes. The contents are as follows: Vol. 1...

Al Henderson Photographs

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Identifier: MG Henderson, Al-(Offsite)
Scope and Contents The major portion of the Henderson photograph collection consists of 24 large boxes containing more 20,000 negatives. Negatives and proof prints are filed in individual envelopes, each representing a commercial job. The envelopes are labeled with the order number, the customer's name and address, and the date of the sitting. Envelopes typically contain several negatives, with proof-prints. The subjects are mostly individual studio portraits, but some events (especially weddings) are also...

Barbara J. Kukla Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk Kukla-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the collected papers of Barbara J. Kukla, who has worked in Newark for over fifty years as an author and reporter. These materials were collected by Barbara, both through her work and for personal interest. Some of the significant topics represented in these files are: music, theater, poetry, fine arts, books, African-American heritage and history, African-American life, women’s issues, women’s history, public schools, charter schools, universities, colleges,...

CFCNJIC Archival Collections on Microfilm

 Collection
Identifier: Microfilm cabinets
Scope and Contents Black Power Movement Part 1 - includes Amiri Baraka (9 reels) See index in External Documents. Churchman Funeral Home Records, 1902-1934 (2 reels) See Newark Archives Project in External Documents for more information on this collection. From NJHS Collection.City of Newark Engineering Drawings (6 reels) Reel 1. Engineering drawings. Sewer system, Feb. 9, 1978, tube #1-tube #72 [3rd gen.] --...

Elaine Hausmann Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier:  MG NWK Hausmann-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, clippings, programs, and other items related to Hausmann's singing career. It includes programs from the Griffith Auditorium and the Mosque Theatre (Symphony Hall), as well as other venues.

My fifty-two years in the music business in Newark

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier:  MG Mutschler-(Main)
Scope and Contents This typescript history, compiled by Henry Mutschler during his retirement, is filled with detailed accounts of the music teachers of Newark and surrounding towns, of music festivals, music clubs and societies, virtuoso performances, music promoters like Joseph Fuerstman, music in the schools, Works Progress Administration (WPA) music programs, theaters and vaudeville houses, and of the craze for movie theaters, with their hard-working piano accompanists. It includes photographs of the business...

New Jersey Music Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG NJ Music-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box #1: Essex County Symphony Society (programs and Symphony Magazines, 1936-47); "Contextual Connections," A Celebration of the Expansion and Renovation of the John Cotton Dana Library and the Opening of a New Facility for The Institute of Jazz Studies (1994, program); Orchestra (The Irvington Symphony Orchestra, program, 1984; New Jersey Youth Symphony, 1982; South Orange Community Orchestra, Annual Spring Concert, 1966; The Nutley Symphony Orchestra, 1958 and 82), N.J. Opera (Essex County...

New Jersey Programs Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MG NJ Programs-(Main)
Scope and Contents This is a collection of programs, invitations, and announcements for theatrical performances, festivals, art exhibits, and other public events in New Jersey. Newark-related organizations and institutions represented in the collection include: Columbus Day Celebration Committee of New Jersey (1961); Symphony Hall, Newark (1971); Newark Literacy Campaign, Inc. (1991-1992); Sarah Vaughan Jazz Festival (1991); Newark Museum, Grand Reopening (1989); Newark Museum -- general (1990-1994);...

Newark and New Jersey Broadsides collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier:  MG NWK-NJ Broadsides -(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of three boxes of broadsides, two of which, Box 1 (ca. 1970s-1981), and Box 2 (1982-1987), relate to Newark. Box 3 contains 1970s-1987 NJ, Box 4 Newark & NJ (1988-1995), Box 5 Newark & NJ (1996-1997), Box 6 Newark & NJ (1998-2000), Box 7 (2001-2004), relate to Newark, Box 8 (2005 to Present, undated), relate to Newark & NJ. The documents consist primarily of flyers and notices, interspersed with occasional press releases or statements. The...

Newark and NJ Audio Collection

 Collection — Container: In Oversized Photo Drawer, Bottom Second from Left
Identifier: MG Nwk-NJ Audio-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 33.5 rpm (bulk, some other format) vinyl records and audiotape reels. Poems by Thomas Elwood Volker 1953, Hertz Studios Newark "What Makes This City: The Story of Newark" 33.5 rpm (4 copies) 1968. Newark Public Library. Princeton Nassoons, 1972 https://www.discogs.com/The-Princeton-Nassoons-The-1971-1972-Princeton-Nassoons/release/8064033 ...