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Frank E. Martin correspondence

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MG Martin-(Main)
Scope and Contents 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.

Hellenic Heritage Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MG Hellenic-(Main)
Overview This collection consists of photographs, certificates, passports, clippings, ephemera, and oral histories reflecting the Greek-American community of Newark, NJ during the 20th century.

Henry G. Francisco Papers

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Identifier: MG Nwk Francisco-(Main & Offsite)
Overview This collection was donated in two batches. The original donation, in August 2016, consists of papers related to the World War I military service of late Newark resident Henry G. Francisco. A later donation, in August 2017, contains genealogical information about the Francisco family.

Sgt. William T. Duffy collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MG Duffy-(Main)
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of two folders of photographs, newspaper clippings, and printed material, all possibly removed from a scrapbook.A folder entitled "Photographs" (ca. 1890s-1918) includes candid shots of Duffy, from childhood, with family and friends; photographs of Duffy in training and with his army buddies, and one formal, full-length portrait of Duffy in uniform. A folder entitled "Clippings" (1918-1933) contains clippings and a few cards related to...

World War I Poster Collection

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Identifier: MG11
Overview A collection of approximately 150 posters. In 2017, guest curator George Robb organized an exhibit of selected posters entitled “Over Here: Newark in World War I, 1917-1918.” Selected posters subsequently were loaned to William Paterson University. Catalogues were produced to accompany each exhibition.