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Chronicle (Paterson, NJ) Vol. 31, No. 44, Nov. 1, 1959

Vincent S. Parrillo, Vincent N. Parrillo & Zoa Sherburne
Local information pertaining to Paterson, N.J. and surrounding Passaic County. Issues may include events, government, business, political cartoons, engagement and marriage announcements, and birth announcements. This publication was also known as the Paterson Chronicle (1952) and the Paterson Sunday Chronicle (1951-1952).

Linden, Union County N.J.

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Undated map of Linden, NJ includes sections of the New Jersey and New York and Long Branch railroad lines. Wheatsheaf section and the Linden and Roselle postal areas are also noted.

Chronicle (Paterson, NJ) Vol. 31, No. 24, Jun. 14, 1959

Vincent S. Parrillo, Pat Patty, Robert Dennis & William Brodie
Local information pertaining to Paterson, N.J. and surrounding Passaic County. Issues may include events, government, business, political cartoons, engagement and marriage announcements, and birth announcements. This publication was also known as the Paterson Chronicle (1952) and the Paterson Sunday Chronicle (1951-1952).

Vocal septet, Anniversary Party for Kids, Roseland Free Public Library (Roseland, N.J.)

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Singers, Anniversary Party for Kids, Roseland Free Public Library (Roseland, N.J.).

Purification Plant for waste water treatment opened in October 1947

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Purification Plant for waste water treatment opened in October 1947. It is built to purify waste water from fruits and vegetables used at the factory. It is located southeast of the factory and covers a 10 acre area.

Historic USGS maps - Raritan

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Part of a series of historic maps from the late 1800s and early 1900s. These maps, from the United States Geological Survey, present geographic and topographic information from the time period.

Remains of stained glass windows at United Methodist Church, South Amboy

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Damaged stained glass windows at the United Methodist Church, South Amboy NJ, in the aftermath of the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.

Beauty Shop

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Esther Yamamoto Ono (beautician), Millie Yamashita, and Mary Nagao are having their hair and nails done.

Chow Mein dinner May 5, 1951 (Image 4 of 8)

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Takeshi Hajima preparing food to serve at a Chow Mein dinner held May 3, 1951. (Seabrook Farms)

Community House League "Good Bees"

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Seabrook Farms Community House League girls basketball team the "Good Bees" pose for team picture published in April 1947 issue of The Seabrooker.Front row, left to right: Iddy Taniguchi, Tats Hasegawa, Jean Mori, Reiko Ohara.Back row: Chiyo Fujimoto, Jeanette Goto, Tee Saisho (team coach), Anne Johnson, Sumi Matsui.

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 1954

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Map includes directory of community buildings and services including beaches, boat docks, hospitals, schools, temples and churches.

New Brunswick Homes parking lot with a van partially submerged under water

Robert T. Warwick
Shot of the New Brunswick Homes parking lot with a white van and trees partially submerged under water. The ground is covered with water in the aftermath of Hurricane Floyd in September 1999. Photograph taken on September 17, 1999.

The Honor Roll November 1943

Mae Call
The Honor Roll Newsletter Collection is an incomplete set of newsletters spanning 1943-1945. They were composed by a local high-school English teacher, Mae Call, who would mail them to local servicemen stationed in the United States and overseas during World War II. The newsletters also were sold locally for $0.05 each.The newsletters include snippets of local news (weddings, births, deaths, moves, gossip, and general news); photographs of local servicemen and their families and girlfriends, and...

Newspaper article regarding purchase of the first ambulance for Egg Harbor City Police Department.

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An article for the Egg Harbor City NEWS about the purchase of the first ambulance at Egg Harbor City rescue squad. The undated article contains a photo of the future ambulance with the label, "8-cylinder Pontiac with superior built body". The article goes on to discuss the buying process, and includes a list of donors.

Association of pluripotency gene promoter methylation with the chromosomal status of products of conception

Agnieszka Lonczak
Infertility affects one in six couples and often necessitates the use of assisted reproductive technology (ART). While ART is the most effective treatment, efficiency remains poor with less than 13% of transferred in vitro fertilization (IVF) derived embryos resulting in a live birth according to the Center for Disease Control. This has led to routine use of multiple embryo transfer to increase pregnancy rates. However, as a result of multiple embryo transfer, a significant proportion...

Mimeshisu to monomane-Arisutoteresu to Zeami no mohō no riron

Robert G. Sewell & Yutaka Maekawa
A comparative analysis of the theory of imitation of nature in artistic expression in Aristotle (mimesis) and Zeami [1363-1443] (monomane), a Japanese playwright, with special attention to how the artistic process imitates the process of nature and how artistic expression idealizes nature.

Recommendations for reviewing the comprehensive management plan

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A methodology is given for reviewing the CMP (comprehensive management plan)

Building a Clever Cubs School Hostel in Namibia, Africa

Cynthia Xue, Adda Gutman, Daria Pazdzior & Julie M. Fagan
An appeal and argument for the construction of a domicile for the abandoned and orphaned students of the Clever Cubs Pre-primary School located within N/a'ankuse Wildlife Sanctuary

Quality control on peas

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Jack Seabrook inspects the texture and grade of peas. (Seabrook Farms)

The effects of therapeutic alliance and client readiness to change on cognitive behavior therapy treatment outcomes for a sample of substance and non-substance abusing psychiatric inpatient women

Nickeisha Clarke
Inpatient women with psychiatric and substance abuse problems have higher rates of relapse and non-compliance with medication and treatment, and poorer treatment prognoses and general outcomes, compared to their non substance-abusing counterparts (Kavanagh & Mueser, 2007). The present study examined whether therapeutic alliance and client readiness to change that are known to predict improved treatment outcomes predict better treatment outcomes among women with or without a substance abuse history that are receiving acute psychiatric inpatient...

Null subject patterns in language contact: the case of Dominican Spanish

Maria J. Cabrera-Puche
Linguistic change can be caused by the diachronic evolution of languages, or by external factors, such as language contact. In this dissertation, language internal changes and the effects of language contact on linguistic change are studied by analyzing four properties normally associated with the pro-drop parameter (phonologically null subjects, SV inversion, expletives, and that-trace filter) in Dominican Spanish (DS). The internal diachronic change is studied in forty DS speakers from two areas of the Dominican...

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