Fliers (printed matter)
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Newark Churches collection (N.J.)
This collection consists of service bulletins, guides, programs, brochures, and other material related to Newark churches.
Newark City Hall collection
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 Colleges collection (N.J.)
The collection consists of documents, including clippings, commencement programs, course bulletins, fundraising material, etc. mostly relating to the University of Newark and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Newark Mayors Collection (N.J.)
Newark (N.J.) Community Project for People with AIDS collection
The collection contains Project minutes, bylaws (1989), correspondence (mostly by Derek Winans), press releases, photocopies of newspaper clippings, reports, financial reports, memos, flyers, proposals, etc. Also included are some materials produced by other organizations, such as GALA, the Gay Lesbian Alliance (Rutgers-Newark) and the Organization of Black Faculty and Staff (Rutgers-Newark).
Newark Theaters Collection (N.J.)
This collection consists of Newark Theatre programs, assorted clippings, and magazine publications related to Newark Theatre productions. Theaters in this collection include: Broad Street Theatre, Shubert Theatre, Colosseum Theatre, Krueger Auditorium, Newark Theatre, Strand Theatre, Proctor's Theatre, Salaam Theatre, Mosque Theatre, Symphony Hall, as well as an assortement of miscellaneous productions from local schools and programs.
The bulk of this collection is material on Urban Voices an African American poetry group in the Newark area. It also contains material on the “Newark, a day in the city” photography project and other miscellaneous Newark events.
Rachlin and Company Records
This collection contains records from the offices of Rachlin & Co., a Newark real estate company (prev. Union Building Company, Alfred Greenfield & Co.)