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Papers (documents)

 Subject
Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:

Newark Civil War Collection (N.J.)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG NWK Civil War -(Main) 
Scope and Contents BOX #1: Lists of new recruits mustered in Newark giving the soldier's name, address, and number of dependents (book marked #11: August 6, 1862 - June 1, 1863; book #12: August 29 - September 20, 1862). Most of the soldiers mustered into unspecified 9-month regiments such as the 26th, but a 14-page list of three-year recruits into the 13th New Jersey Infantry, titled "Names of the who Received $10 from the Citizens Committee at the Post Office" (at the end of book #12). A cash book (marked #9)...

Newark Memorial Tablet Evaluation Forms

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Nwk Tablets-(Main)
Scope and Contents This small collection contains evaluation forms for commemorative tablets and plaques in Newark, compiled for the Newark Historic Inventory in 1990-1992 by the city's official historian, Charles F. Cummings (1937-2007). Information collected in the inventory includes: name or title of historical tablet; location/address; a photocopy of documentation and/or wording of tablet; condition of tablet and/or site; description of site; photograph of tablet and/or site; name of evaluator; name of...

Newark's 300th Anniversary Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk 300th-(Main)
Scope and Contents The Newark 300th Anniversary Corporation was established in September of 1965 to create and co-ordinate events commemorating Newark's anniversary on Founders' Day (May 18th), and throughout the year of 1966. The Corporation included President Frederick H. Groel, a retired vice-president of the Prudential Insurance Company; Administrator John N. Pannullo, a Newark native, and an associate of the public relations firm William G. Hetherington and Co.; and honorary co-chairmen Mayor Hugh J....

Consumers League of New Jersey papers

 Collection
Identifier: MG CLNJ-(Main)
Scope and Contents Organized in 16 boxes : Box #1. Index of the files, description of the files presented to Rutgers University Library, the League publications, leaflets about "Minimum Wage," "Migratory Labor," and "Child Labor," files labeled as "Food Marketing Consumer Action," "Consumers Assembly (1977)," "N.J. Consumers Conference (1967-1968)," and "Mary Dyckman Reminiscences" ; Box #2. Files labeled as "Consumer Credit (1963-1976)" ;Box #3. Files labeled as "Child Labor...

Robert Curvin Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk Curvin-(Main)
Overview This collection consists of papers of historian Robert Curvin.

Roy E. Norris collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Norris-(Main)
Scope and Contents The bulk of the material in the collection relates to Norris's work for the New Jersey Urban League, including his advocacy in the fields of race relations, employment opportunities for minorities, fair employment standards, vocational workshops, job training, etc. Contents include his resume (ca. 1949); lists, created by his wife, of material in the collection (1987); addresses by Norris regarding his work for the Urban League, including "The Negro Worker in the White Collar Fields," "The...

Samuel Berg Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MG Berg -(Offsite)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 10 Hollinger boxes, 13 Paige boxes and 1 oversize box.Hollinger Box #1: Correspondence between Sam Berg and the executors of the William F. Cone estate regarding the disposition of Cone's negatives, prints, and equipment; and clippings with biographical details of Cone (1966-1967); correspondence between Berg and a cousin, Elizabeth B. Shames, regarding the genealogy of their family, with a history of the Berg family (1967-1993); correspondence regarding...

William Ashby Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Ashby-(Main)
Scope and Contents Organized in 5 boxes :Box #1. Manuscripts of "Tales without Hate" ("Some Unimportant Incidents in the Life of An Unimportant Man Who Is Eighty and Still Alive") & "More Tales Without Hate" (2 folders)Box #2. Manuscripts of "What Are You Going To Do With Me?" "A Morning in Hell," and "Jewel Bowser" (3 folders) (1961-65), one folder of correspondance/misc. Box #3. Manuscripts of "The Harelip", "Weep 'Weep' My Beloved Land" and "Reflections on the Life of...

Yoland Skeete-Laessig Collection

 Collection
Identifier:  MG Nwk Skeete-Laessig-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of various materials resulting from Yoland Skeete-Laessig’s work on the book “When Newark Had a Chinatown: My Personal Journey”, as well as her fight to save the historical area of Chinatown from being redeveloped as an arena. There is also some material from her career as one of the founders of the art gallery Sumei Multidisciplinary Arts Cente Much of Skeete-Laessig’s research was donated to NYU (see Related Materials). However, this collection contains some...