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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,...

Newark Celebration 350 Records

 Collection
Identifier:  MG Nwk Celebration 350 -(Offsite)
Overview The Newark Celebration 350 records consist of grant reports, photographs, posters, printed material, artifacts, etc. related to the year-long celebration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of the city of Newark.

Newark City Hall collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MG Nwk City Hall-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of brochures, fliers and plaque related to the Rededication Ceremony of the Newark City Hall (2006), photocopied drawings and photographs of the old City Hall Building in the process of restoration, and memorial buttons.

Newark Historic Celebrations Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk Historic Celebrations-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box #1: 1916-1936, 1916: "Newark Posters" , pennant, "Newark Poetry Competition," program of year long events, medals & badges, "The Newark Pageant & The Celebration," "The Pageant of Newark 1916" (book, booklet MISSING?), "Official Programme Newark's Anniversary Industrial Exposition", National Wrestling Championships (flyer & correspondence, MISSING?), "Newark 1916" (leaflet, MISSING?), "Newark-250 Years Old," address by Franklin Murphy, "Historic Ceremonies and Exercises,"...

Newark Menus Collection (N.J.)

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: Oversized folder in drawer
Scope and Contents Collection of various restaurant menus mainly from Newark, N.J.: American Wings & Fried Chicken, Bagels & More, Bagel Box, Blimpie, Brick City Bar and Grill; Broad Street Cafe, Cafe Airlie, Casa Di Pizza, Chinatown Diner (YMWCA Cafe), Danny's II; DC Cafe 33, Don Pepe Restaurant, Fornos of Spain, Francines, Fresh Totillas Grill, Fucci's, Fuji, Green House Cafe, Harvest Table, Java's Brewin', Hobby's, La Gran Parada Restaurant, Louis' Deli, Mario's Pizza, May Fong, Michael Angelo's, Milt...

Newwork Real Estate Papers (Newark, N.J.)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk Newwork-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box #1: files labeled as Newark Landmark Sites and Historic Districts (2006), Newark Maps, Program Survey, Newark Downtown District, and other material relating to Newark, NJ. Box #2: Newark Foundation, Newark Museum, Newark Cyber Notes. Broad Street, Urban Enterprise Zone Program. Box #3: CAC of NJ, CACNJ Facilities, Bedminster Medical Plaza, Bedminster, N.J. (2006-2009), Passaic River.The Newark-related contents of the collection are as follows:Box 1: flyers,...

St. Jame's AME Church Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk St. James AME -(Main & Offsite)
Overview This collection consists of event programs, journals, and photographs of St. James’s AME Chur

Tiny Prince Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk Prince-(Main & Offsite)
Overview This collection consists of the personal records of publisher, writer, promoter, talent scout and Newark city employee Carl Brinson, known as “Tiny Prince”.

Yoland Skeete-Laessig Collection

 Collection
Identifier:  MG Nwk Skeete-Laessig-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of various materials resulting from Yoland Skeete-Laessig’s work on the book “When Newark Had a Chinatown: My Personal Journey”, as well as her fight to save the historical area of Chinatown from being redeveloped as an arena. There is also some material from her career as one of the founders of the art gallery Sumei Multidisciplinary Arts Cente Much of Skeete-Laessig’s research was donated to NYU (see Related Materials). However, this collection contains some...