Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials related to Miss Townsend's School, a private secondary school for girls in Newark. Included are copies of the Sphinx, the school's literary magazine, from 1908 and 1909. Also included are commencement programs and invitations (1906-1909), programs from school plays and recitals, and a booklet of songs written for the school by Frances Leavitt.
This collection consists of photographs, certificates, passports, clippings, ephemera, and oral histories reflecting the Greek-American community of Newark, NJ during the 20th century.
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.
This collection consists of material gathered by architectural historian Lars DeLagerberg for his book, "New Jersey Architecture: Colonial and Federal" (privately printed by Walter Whittum, Inc., 1956). The book consists mostly of drawings and photographs by DeLagerberg, with brief identifying captions.