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Manuscripts (documents)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

Harrison S. Martland Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Martland-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box 1: includes a folder of typed copies of correspondence to and from Martland, some of it relating to radioactive fallout (1945-1960); research materials, consisting of articles and notes on radioactivity (1960s-1972); an article, "Occupational Poisoning in the Manufacture of Luminous Watch Dials," by Harrison S. Martland (Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 92, no. 9, 1929); 4 rolls of film; and a draft of a book-length manuscript by Samuel Berg entitled "Harrison Stanford...

Hilda A. Hidalgo, PhD - Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2009-02
Overview Community activist, LGBT advocate, educator, social worker, and Rutgers professor. Cofounder of both the Experimental Master of Social Work for Bilingual/Bicultural Hispanics and of the Master in Public Administration for Hispanic Administrators at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. The bulk of the collection is comprised of academic writings, including numerous articles for publication, monograph manuscripts, a doctoral dissertation, speeches, keynote addresses and case studies. Also...

Hughes Allison Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Allison-(Main)
Scope and Contents The contents of the collection are as follows:Box 1: a folder entitled "Playbills and Theater Programs" consists mostly of material on New York productions, but also includes a program for a concert by Kirsten Flagstad at the Mosque Theatre (December 21, 1938) and the "Symphony Magazine" of the Essex County Symphony Society, Stadium Festival Concerts series (June 1940), announcing the program for the first concert, which featured Marian Anderson (June 3, 1940); a small folder of...

James M. Reilly Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk Reilly-(Main & Offsite)
Overview This collection consists of records from Mr. James M. Reilly, who was secretary of the Newark Board of Trade from 1892-1920 and was active in many other industrial and other organizations in Newark and surrounding area.

Miscellaneous items (C) relating to New Jersey, 1831 - 2000

 Collection — Box C 1
Scope and Contents The New Jersey-Miscellaneous collections include pamphlets and printed ephemera, and occasional manuscript items, relating to all regions, cities and towns of New Jersey, arranged alphabetically by general topic. As a rule, items relating to Newark will not be found in these collections; they have been included in Newark-Miscellaneous archival collections, similarly arranged. However, there are scattered references to Newark in a number of documents covering the whole state, or sections of...

Miscellaneous items (D-G) relating to New Jersey, 1801 - 2008

 Collection — Box D-G 1
Scope and Contents The New Jersey-Miscellaneous collections include pamphlets and printed ephemera, and occasional manuscript items, relating to all regions, cities and towns of New Jersey, arranged alphabetically by general topic. As a rule, items relating to Newark will not be found in these collections; they have been included in Newark-Miscellaneous archival collections, similarly arranged. However, there are scattered references to Newark in a number of documents covering the whole state, or sections of...

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 Authors Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG NJ Authors- (Main) 
Scope and Contents Cunningham, John T. (Tercentenary Tales, 1962-63; Manuscript of rev. Newark History, 1987); Barbara Faith Kalik, state assembly proclamation, 1991; Sanderson, Ivan T. (1911-73, bio. material); Henderson, Daniel (editor of Good Housekeeping, personal Christmas cards, verses, 1940's, 50's); Letters of William Nelson (1910); English, Thomas Dunn (poems); NJ WPA (catalog, 1940).

New Jersey Federal Writers' Project Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG FWP-(Main)
Scope and Contents 1 Hollinger box contains manuscripts of writings, exhibition catalogs related to the exhibitions held by Federal Writers' Project at The Federal Art Gallery (Newark, N.J.), and lists and biographical sketches of the contemporary writers from Essex County, N.J. (1935-38).Newark-related material in the collection is as follows:Folder "Joyce Kilmer": contains a timeline on New Jersey newspapers, most from NewarkFolder "Misc.": two exhibition brochures for the...

New Jersey Physicians records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG NJ Physicians-(Main)
Scope and Contents 1 archival box contains manuscripts of "The Knife is Not Enough (1968)" written by Dr. Henry Howard Kessler and "The Negro Physician in North Jersey and the Early History of the New Jersey Medical Society" by A. A. Phillips, M.D., and a reprinted article "Traumatic Neurasthenia (1899)" by John D. McGill, M.D.