Clippings (information artifacts)
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Found in 109 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Political and civic activist. Founder of South Jersey Latino and Friends, and the New Jersey State Hispanic Task Force. Resource for studying the life of a Puerto Rican/ Latino activist in Southern New Jersey. Collection consists of by-laws, calendars, correspondence, directories, financial records, legislations, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, programs, publications, and reports.
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.
Identifier: MG Erber-(Offsite)
Overview This collection consists of the personal records of Ernest Erber, which were formed while he served in the capacity as director and/or member of the executive board of several planning organizations located in Northern New Jersey.
Identifier: MG Essex Co. -(Main)
Scope and Contents These files created by the Office of County Executive under Peter Shapiro are organized in 27 Hollinger boxes and 2 Paige boxes : Box #1. Documents dated from 1980 ; Box #2. Files labeled as "Ethics Board (1979-81)," "Fleet Management (1979)," "Freeholders," "Essex Tercentenary (1983)," "Essex County College (1982)," "Police," "Grand Prix," "Jail Annex (1981)," "JINS (1981)," "Judiciary (1979)," "Juvenile Justice (1979-82)," "Jail (1982)," "Hospital Center," "Housing,"...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Essex Co. Republicans -(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence (1938-47), flyerss, convention and dinner programs, clippings, and scrapbooks related to the Republican Party in Essex County. While much of the material relates to the suburban towns of Essex County, there are also frequent mentions of chapter officers, delegates, activists, and candidates from the ward of Newark. Several of the folders are labeled, "Alfred Harris Collection." Alfred P. Harris was a graduate of Weslyan University, Vice-President of the...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Kingdon-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box 1: consists of a scrapbook of pamphlets, reprints of articles, and newspaper clippings, primarily related to Kingdon's involvement in the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, and to his work as chairman of Emergency Rescue Committee (1941); 4 folders of Kingdon's "radio talks" on WOR (1936-1940, 1944); and 1 folder of incoming correspondence, mostly fan letters and requests for copies of his radio talks (1936-1939) Box 2: consists of 3 folders of newspaper...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Landolphi-(Main)
Scope and Contents The collection consists of biographical data, a hand-written draft of a memoir covering the years 1931 to 1965, professional and personal correspondence (1936-2000), an issue of the South Side High School newsletter "Hilltop Recorder" (October 31, 1951), Mayor Carlin's proclamation of Fred Landolphi Day and other material on FL's selection as "Principal of the Year" (1960), a photograph of a high school basketball team (undated), two hand-illuminated tributes to FL from his fellow teachers and...
Identifier: MG Nwk Means-(Main)
Overview This collection consists of papers documenting Fred Means career and activism.
Identifier: MG Nwk Immerso-(Main)
Scope and Contents by Newark Archives Project (http://nap.rutgers.edu)The boxes consist of research files and original materials used in the preparation of three related projects, all based on the research and collecting efforts of Michael Immerso: the exhibit, "The Vanished First Ward: Newark's Little Italy," held at the Newark Public Library, November 13-December 31. 1996; a PBS documentary on the subject, narrated by Steve Adubato (1997); and Immerso's book, "Newark's Little Italy: The Vanished...
Identifier: MG HTC-(Offsite)