Newark (N.J.) -- History -- 19th century
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Baker Company scrapbooks
Banister Shoe Company Collection
This collection consists of records from the James A. Banister Shoe Company of Newark, NJ from 1890-1935, as well as research on the company from 2016
C. G. Hine Papers
CFCNJIC Archival Collections on Microfilm
CFCNJIC Archival Material in Book/DVD Collection (Partial List)
CFCNJIC City Directories and Phonebooks
The CFCNJIC owns hard copy city directories (index attached) from roughly 1835-1970s.
Additionally the CFCNJIC owns NJ Bell Telephone Directories on microfilm covering the entire state from roughly 1900-1990 depending on location.
The CFCNJIC has hard copy Newark phonebooks through 2019. The CFCNJIC also owns reverse address directories for Newark and Suburban Essex through 2019 (these start in the city directories in the 1920s, and become separate volumes c. 1972).
CFCNJIC Documents Collections
This collection includes documents published by the state, county, and city. It also includes "Quasi" collections which are documents from non-governmental organizations including non-profits and other associations, institutions, and clubs.
Charles P. Ross records
Donald M. Karp Newark Miscellaneous Collection
This small collection consists of an eclectic mix of Newark-related documents, photographs and ephemera amassed by Donald Karp, a history buff and long-time Newark booster, who spent the bulk of his career as an attorney and banker in Newark.