Portrait of Howard Bellizio, Jr.
Edward Slisky, South Brunswick patrolman.
George Segal sculpture titled "The Dancers" at Whitney Museum of American Art exhibit.
George Segal sculpture titled "Depression Bread Line," created for the FDR Memorial in Washington DC.
George Segal sculpture titled "The Diner."
George Segal sculpture titled "Portrait of Sidney Janis with Mondrian."
Torn photograph. Shows the president of the Friends of the Monmouth County Library Association.
Monmouth County Director of Health and Welfare/Social Services.
Bruce Fischer, leukemia victim.
Patrolman Andrew Hubbard.
Netty J. Lowenstein, Director of the Visiting Homemaker Service of Middlesex County.
Edmund Luciano, Republican of the South Brunswick Township Committee.
Portrait of Sadie Pope Dowdell, Librarian of the South Amboy Free Public Library from 1923 to 19&1. In 19&2, the library was renamed the Sadie Pope Dowdell Public Library in honor of her 48 years of service as library director.
Local artist John Vona paints locations in South Amboy, N.J. This painting depicts the South Amboy Train Station.
A side view of the damaged St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, South Amboy, in the aftermath of the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.
The photo shows the U.S. Army collecting explosives by the South Amboy coal docks and railroad areas in the aftermath of the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.
The U.S. Army examines and collects explosives and ammunition parts from the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.
Damaged stained glass windows at the United Methodist Church, South Amboy NJ, in the aftermath of the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.
Smoke billows in a land view of the Raritan Bay area, still burning after the South Amboy powder pier explosion of 1950.
Pierhead and bulkhead lines, Hudson River, N.Y. & N.J., Castle Point to West New York, N.J., Gansevoort St. to W. 62nd St., N.Y. City.
Map showing proposed extension, in addition to pierhead and bulkhead lines along the Hudson River, N.Y. and N.J.
Sign reading "Welcome to South Brunswick: We'd like your company."
Map showing property lines of various factories along the Hudson River in relation to the pierhead and bulkhead lines for riparian rights.