Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Lett-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, addresses, articles, reports, clippings, and audio related to Lett's career.Box #1:One folder of biographical information including a list of selected addresses and papers, a list of federal agencies served, transcripts of Newark News articles, and biographical sketches (1940s-1973). Also included is a report of Lett's activities, March-April 1960.Two folders of addresses and articles by Lett regarding police and...
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...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG Ehrhardt-(Main)
Scope and Contents The collection consists of writings, speeches, and incoming and copies of outgoing correspondence, mostly on aspects of New Jersey history unrelated to Newark. The clippings, notes, and typescripts relate to Ehrhardt's historical work and include texts of talks delivered before local historical societies by Eberhardt and others. Hewark-related items include aA 1966 letter signed "Frank," containing reminiscences of Newark Evening News reporter. There is also an exchange of letters with the...
Identifier: MG Dyckman -(Main)
Scope and Contents The Dyckman collection consists largely of reports, research files, statements, printed material, photographs, clippings, and a small amount of correspondence related to the work of the Consumers League of New Jersey and only a small amount of biographical material on Dyckman herself. Although there are some records from the 1940s and 1950s, when the League was based in Newark, the bulk of the collection dates from the 1960s-1980s, when the League had relocated to Montclair....
Collection — Box GH 1
Identifier: MG NWK Misc. G-H (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.Guidebooks: brochures, pamphlets and a newsletter entitled "Newark's Ironbound Shopper's Guide," "Official 2009 Visitors Guide: Great Destinations Await You in Newark & Elizabeth," Newark index: Newark downtown arts district map / by Newark Artis Council, Open Doors 2009, Newark Live: Open Door 2009,...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG NJ Canals-(Main)
Scope and Contents File labeled as "N.J. Canals" contains booklets, "Appeal of Commodore R.F. Stockton to the People of New Jersey, in relation to the Existing Contracts between the State and the United Delaware and Raritan and Camden and Amboy Railroad Companies (1849)," and "Speech of Hon. John M.Read at the Regular Quarterly Meeting of the Joint Board of Directors of the United Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company, and New Jersey Railroad and Transportation...
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...