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Ocean County, New Jersey, Waretown sector

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Master sites map of Ocean County, New Jersey showing sites for development in red. Sheet 5 of an 8 sheet base map series of Ocean County, New Jersey, bound together as a book.

Krueger-Scott Mansion with boarded up windows and red station wagon, High Street/Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Court Street, October, 1985

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Genesis Missionary Baptist Church, Springfield Avenue and Mary Avenue, October, 1988

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Smokestack against blue sky, July, 1978

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Red building in front of white building, March, 1987

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Dollar Pawnbrokers (became Seagull canvas), Springfield Avenue and Belmont Avenue, October, 1974

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Fresh Fish, 472-470 Springfield Avenue, June, 2000

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Brick building with tower, Milford Avenue, March, 1979

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

White Way Fish Market, Xin Ming Chinese Food, Keep The Faith Boutique, Norwood Lounge, 680-676 Springfield Avenue, March, 1999

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Vacant lot and row of houses with side mirror and pedestrian on corner, Springfield Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, March, 1990

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

448 Springfield Avenue and Jacob Street, October, 1986

Beatrice Seagull
"Avenues of Newark: Memories of the Central Ward" is a collection of photographs taken by Rutgers-Newark Professor Emerita, Beatrice Tabachnick Seagull. Professor Seagull took pictures of Springfield Avenue in Newark over the course of decades between approximately 1970 to 2002. The collection consists of 559 35mm color slides housed in two, three-ring binders with vinyl, 2x2-20B Archival Storage Pages for 20 Slides. The slides were digitized by Dr. Samantha Boardman, who also recorded metadata for...

Elizabeth City map 1874

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City map created by Ernest L. Meyer as a Guide Map of The City of Elizabeth, NJ with the new house numbers. Includes portions of the Central Railroad of New Jersey and the Pennsylvania Railroad. Legend indicates completed and uncompleted streets, facgtories, churches and schools. There is also an explanation of the house numbers, showing even numbers on the left and odd on the right.

St. John's Church, (P. E.) New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white postcard. The church is also called St. John the Evangelist Church. Located on George Street, New Brunswick, it was consecrated on December 27, 1861.

Battlefield flag cord and tassel

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Blue and gold, with a red, white and blue ribbon tied into it. Believed to once be attached to a flag. Believed to belong to First Lieutenant Robert Boggs. Donated by Robert Boggs Post No. 67.Robert Boggs was born on October 18th, 1842, probably in New Brunswick. He was First Lieutenant of the third company to be formed in New Brunswick after Lincoln’s call for soldiers, the “Olden Guards,’ which became Co. G, 1st Regiment...

Saint Peter's General Hospital, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Black and white photo postcard of St. Peter's General Hospital.Bed space was becoming increasingly inadequate at the original hospital building at the corner of Somerset and Hardenbergh Streets. A new hospital building had a grand opening on October 29, 1929 at the location of the first St. Peter's General Hospital on Easton Aveune (the land of St. Mary's Orphange Asylum.)

Hand drawn map of Rutgers University; New Brunswick, N.J.

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Hand drawn map of Rutgers University College Avenue Campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

AE3 - Constantine I - unknown mint

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Iconography is consistent with coinage of Constantine I originating in various locations - likely Siscia, Nicomedia, Cyzicus, (Antioch?).

Steelworker building Jersey Homesteads

Carl Mydans
A worker in a hat is reaching with his right hand up to the crane hook to attach a cable. Source: Farm Security Administration, Office of War Information Photograph Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, DC 20540 USA. Scan made from facsimile at Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries.

Dorothy Gillespie papers, box 11 folder 38 (Sculpture, 1980s-1990s)

Dorothy Gillespie
Dorothy Gillespie was an artist, a feminist activist, and a philanthropist. Her artwork, except for a few early paintings and several happenings in the 1960s, was entirely abstract. Gillespie was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, Happenings, Pop Art, and Feminism. In the 1970s, she became involved in the Women’s Interart Center, New York Professional Women Artists, and the feminist art movement. She organized exhibitions, created a collection of women’s art, compiled statistics, and took part in...

Dorothy Gillespie papers, box 11 folder 35 (Sculpture, 1980s)

Dorothy Gillespie
Dorothy Gillespie was an artist, a feminist activist, and a philanthropist. Her artwork, except for a few early paintings and several happenings in the 1960s, was entirely abstract. Gillespie was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, Happenings, Pop Art, and Feminism. In the 1970s, she became involved in the Women’s Interart Center, New York Professional Women Artists, and the feminist art movement. She organized exhibitions, created a collection of women’s art, compiled statistics, and took part in...

Dorothy Gillespie papers, box 11 folder 39 (Sculpture, 1990s)

Dorothy Gillespie
Dorothy Gillespie was an artist, a feminist activist, and a philanthropist. Her artwork, except for a few early paintings and several happenings in the 1960s, was entirely abstract. Gillespie was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, Happenings, Pop Art, and Feminism. In the 1970s, she became involved in the Women’s Interart Center, New York Professional Women Artists, and the feminist art movement. She organized exhibitions, created a collection of women’s art, compiled statistics, and took part in...

St. Peter's Catholic School, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Colored illustrated postcard of St. Peter's Catholic School, New Brunswick, N. J.

Dorothy Gillespie papers, box 11 folder 37 (Sculpture, 1980s)

Dorothy Gillespie
Dorothy Gillespie was an artist, a feminist activist, and a philanthropist. Her artwork, except for a few early paintings and several happenings in the 1960s, was entirely abstract. Gillespie was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, Happenings, Pop Art, and Feminism. In the 1970s, she became involved in the Women’s Interart Center, New York Professional Women Artists, and the feminist art movement. She organized exhibitions, created a collection of women’s art, compiled statistics, and took part in...

Kirkpatrick Chapel, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

New Brunswick Free Public Library
Color postcard of Kirkpatrick Chapel, located at George and Somerset Streets, postmarked April 8, 1911.When the Sophia Astley Kirkpatrick Memorial Chapel was constructed in 1873, its young architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh just then starting a most distinguished career, designed it to accommodate both the Chapel and the Library of the College. The builing served as the main library of Rutgers College from ca.1880 until approximately 1904 when Voorhees Hall was built. The chapel was built...

Dorothy Gillespie papers, box 11 folder 34 (Sculpture, 1980s)

Dorothy Gillespie
Dorothy Gillespie was an artist, a feminist activist, and a philanthropist. Her artwork, except for a few early paintings and several happenings in the 1960s, was entirely abstract. Gillespie was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, Happenings, Pop Art, and Feminism. In the 1970s, she became involved in the Women’s Interart Center, New York Professional Women Artists, and the feminist art movement. She organized exhibitions, created a collection of women’s art, compiled statistics, and took part in...

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