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Consumers' cooperative

Russell Lee
The homesteaders have their own kosher meat shop and grocery, which they expect to enlarge as the colony grows. This picture shows the manager, Nathan Dubin, doing a flourishing business in his temporary store. Jersey Homesteads, New Jersey. 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.

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...

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.

Camp Dix and Vicinity 1917 Part 6

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Map of the vicinity of Camp Dix. One of multiple plates in map. Map emphasizes topography including mountains and vegetation. Based on U.S.G.S. map. Legend designates Metalled roads, ordinary roads, private or unimproved roads, telegraph lines, division headquarters and U.S. reservation boundaries. Paragraph in bottom right corner details the scale used to measure distance. Map created by Lithographer Chas Hart.

Rutgers College, New Jersey 1939

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Pictoral map of the Rutgers University campuses in New Brunswick, N.J. including the College Avenue campus, New Jersey College for Women (now the Douglass campus) and the River Road campus (now Busch campus). Insets of details of College Avenue and Douglass campuses. Drawn illustrations of Old Queens building, Rutgers Gymnasium and the Voorhees Chapel. Directories for buildings on each campus. Drawn by Charles C. Stover, Rutgers Class of 1913.

Ocean County, New Jersey, Lakewood sector

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Master sites map of Ocean County, New Jersey showing sites for development in red. Sheet 1 of an 8 sheet base map series of Ocean County, New Jersey, bound together as a book.

Carte de visite of General Judson Kilpatrick

New Brunswick Free Public Library
The carte de visite was a type of small photograph mounted on a thick paper card, usually the size of a calling card, making it easily tradeable among friends and visitors. It was popular through the 1860's, after which it was supplanted by the larger cabinet card.Hugh Judson Kilpatrick (1/14/1836~12/4/1881) was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st U.S. Artillery on May 6, 1861. On August 1st, 1861, he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel...

New Jersey 1856 with mileage, population

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Map of New Jersey compiled from the latest authorities. Color coded by county and indicates railroads, roads in progress and proposed, and state capitals and county towns. Includes legends showing mileage along major state routes and population amounts for major towns and in the state over previous time frames.

Wyoming (now Millburn), New Jersey map 2

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Map of property owned by the Monroe Land Association adjoining Wyoming (now Millburn), Essex County, N.J.

Proposed roads for Hudson County, 1868

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County map showing existing and proposed streets and roads. Each town is divided by color.

Modeling a hat

Russell Lee
Model trying on hat for a buyer, New York City showroom, Jersey Homesteads cooperative. 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.

Field workers

Dorthea Lange
The photograph depicts men working in the potato field at Jersey Homesteads, one of the crops on the farm of four hundred and fourteen acres. 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

Newark, New Jersey 1885

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Holbrook's map of the city of Newark including Harrison and East Newark. Map includes a directory of streets not shown on the map itself. Inset map of Hudson county. Two advertisments on map includes illustrations of the buildings where each business is located.

Christian Summer Camp (Camp Sankanack)

Reiko Gaspar
L-R: Reiko Nakawatase, Kimi Nakashima and Teresa Mukoyama, three members of the Seabrook Christian Church at the Community House enjoy summer camp at Camp Sankanak in Pennsylvania as a reward for memorizing 300 Bible verses.

Ocean County, New Jersey master sites outside cover

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Outside cover of a series of master sites maps and aerial photographs of Ocean County, New Jersey showing sites for development.

Immigrant Children

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This photograph shows a group of Italian, immigrant children that were textile workers in Hudson County. There were 24 boys and 9 girls who were dressed in formal attire.

Carte de visite of Captain Enos Fouratt

New Brunswick Free Public Library
The carte de visite was a type of small photograph mounted on a thick paper card, usually the size of a calling card, making it easily tradeable among friends and visitors. It was popular through the 1860's, after which it was supplanted by the larger cabinet card.Captain Fouratt (9/19/1827~7/22/1888) was commissioned as Captain to Co. F, 1st NJV on May 25th, 1861. He was promoted to Major on November 29th,1862, but resigned on July 29,...

Map of inside thoroughfare of Atlantic City, N.J.

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Map showing the inside thoroughfare along Sunset Drive and Winchester Avenue in Atlantic City, NJ.

Letter from Ellen A. Beatty to Samuel Blanchard Howe - December 10, 1860

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Letter from Ellen Beatty, in Florida to the Rev. Samuel Blanchard How in New Brunswick, NJ. The letter gives her belief about the South's feelings about seccession. She described the South's attitudes of discount for the Union as "not a sudden contrast of feeling" but as one "growing among the masses both rich and poor from year to year." She said the Southern peoples' minds "are fully made up that this is the time" to...

Patchwork blanket

Russell Lee
Harry Kaplan (right) showing blanket which he has made from waste scraps of cloth. 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.

Men Cleaning up in front of Pay Office

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Men cleaning up in front of pay office during the silver dollar payoff June 30, 1050. Nick DiMucci at stand, watching the event take place.

Rutgers College, New Jersey, campuses 1979

Department Of Geography Rutgers University Cartography Laboratory
Rutgers University's Guide to the New Brunswick Campuses. This side depicts the Busch and Kilmer campuses with building directories. Inset of all campuses, driving directions from all the local highways and information about building and road construction underway at that time.

Van Wickle - Rapalje - Smalley House

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An example of Dutch architecture in Bergen County.

Camp Dix and Vicinity 1917 Part 4

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Map of the vicinity of Camp Dix. One of multiple plates in map. Map emphasizes topography including mountains and vegetation. Based on U.S.G.S. map. Legend designates Metalled roads, ordinary roads, private or unimproved roads, telegraph lines, division headquarters and U.S. reservation boundries. Paragraph in bottom right corner details the scale used to measure distance. Map created by Lithographer Chas Hart.

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.

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