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Articles

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Anne Ryan Manuscript Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MG1
Overview Collection of typescripts and manuscripts by Anne Ryan.

CFNCJIC Information Files

 Collection
Identifier: IF Files
Overview These subject files of newspaper clippings have been prepared by NJ Room Staff.

Donald M. Karp Collection of U.S. Bank Reports

 Collection
Identifier: MG Banks-(Offsite)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of records from 384 banks in the United States, of which 194 records belong to banks in New Jersey. Organized in 44 Hollinger boxes in alphabetical order by bank names (except articles), the bank records include annual reports, articles, correspondence, documents, and press releases. Following is a list of the New Jersey banks. For dates, types of records, and out-of-state banks, see finding aid below. Box #1. A : Action Savings Bank SLA, Somers Point, N.J.; Advantage...

Miscellaneous items (A) relating to New Jersey, 1927 - 2007

 Collection — Box A 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. Activism: 2018 annual report of South Orange Maplewood Community Coalition on Race. African-Americans: Congress of African Peoples (newspaper clippings, ca.1971) Abortion: "Choice: News of New Jersey (Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, April...

Miscellaneous items (N) relating to Newark (N.J.), 1875-201x

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG NWK Misc. N (Main)
Scope and Contents The Newark-Miscellaneous collections include pamphlets, printed ephemera, and occasional manuscript items, relating to the City of Newark, arranged alphabetically by general topic.Newark Downtown District: Newark Downtown District: Folders of handouts (201x?)Newark Misc.: "Presentation to the Citizen of Newark of the All-American City Award for 1954" (February 15, 1955, Council Chambers, City Hall, Newark, New Jersey, pamphlet), Newark's Emerging Developments brochure...

New Jersey Cities and Towns Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG NJ Towns-(Main)
Scope and Contents Box #1. Amwell (Ledger of Town Collector, 1797-99), Chatham ("The Chathams Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of naming the area in honor of Sir William Pitt, Earl of Chatham," The American Revolution Bicentennial Committees of Chatham Borough and Chatham Township, 1973), East Orange (75th Anniversary, 1938; Olden Days Calendar, 1908-09), Elizabeth (Historic Elizabeth 1664-1932: George Washington Bicentennial Edition; "Major-General Elias Dayton 1737-1807" by Abner S. Coriell; "Bi-Centenary of...

New Jersey Public Health Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG NJ Health-(Main)
Scope and Contents Health Insurance (Blue Cross / Shiled - history), "New Jersey Medicine in the Revolutionary Era 1763-1787" (1976), "Flu 1976-77" (Flyer, distributed by ShopRite), "Dr. Spargue's Role in the Early History of MSP" by Irving P. Borsher (1966), "Caring: East Orange General Hospital" (1978), .

Newark History Collection (N.J.)

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Nwk History-(Main)
Scope and Contents Newark City Hall. "A History of the City Halls of Newark, New Jersey and Report of the City Hall Commission 1836, 1899-1910," Blueprint, Ely, Mowbray & Uffinger, architects. Contract and bond for the construction of the new City Hall (1902); Architectural plans published in American Architecture for City Hall (competition, 1901)History: Indian bill of sale of Newark (1667, typed copy, 1892), Press release (Headquarters First Allied Airborne Army U.S. Troop Carrier Forces Public...

Newark Insurance Companies Collection (N.J.)

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Nwk Insurance Cos.-(Main)
Overview The bulk of the material in this collection is related to the Prudential Insurance Company. The Prudential Insurance Company of America, known as the Prudential FriendlySociety until 1877, was founded in Newark by John F. Dryden in 1875. The company's first location was 812 Broad Street; in 1892 the "Main" building was constructed on the corner Broad and Bank Streets. Prudential's initial focus was on providing insurance for individuals, but group policies for businesses rapidly...