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Plan (survey) of 8 Building Lots Situate in the city Trenton, NJ, owned by Robert McNeely.

Hand drawn, undated plan (survey) depicting 8 building lots owned by Robert McNeely. There is a structure in the northeast corner of the drawing, within the tanyards identified as the "Bark House" where bark was processed for dyeing and tanning.

Livingston Ave. Baptist Church, New Brunswick, N. J.

Black and white postcard. The postcard was advertising the church's Sunday School. The church was built in 1893 of the Romanesque style.

St. Mary of Mt. Virgin Church, New Brunswick, N. J.

Black and white photo postcard. The church was erected at Remsen Avenue and Delevan Street of a modern architecture for the Italian speaking people of the city in the 1920s.

St. Peter's R. C. Church, New Brunswick, N. J.

Illustrated colored postcard of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. The postmark date is 1909. The church was completed in 1865 of Gothic architecture.

First Presbyterian Church, New Brunswick, N. J.

Black and white photo postcard with a postmark date of June 12, 1907. It was sent from New Brunswick to Pennsylvania. The church shown in the postcard was of Greet Revival style with its broad wall surfaces, Doric columns, and simple cornice with Triglyph decoration. It was burned down in 1947 and the current church was built on 100 Livingston Avenue in 1951.

Dining Room, Hotel Klein, Klein Bros., New Brunswick, N. J.

llustrated colored postcard of the dining room of Hotel Klein. Hotel Klein, at 12 Albany Street, was on the Lincoln Highway and was a stopping place for 20 to 30 bus lines. In 1937, the hotel was sold to Jacob Rosenberg, who reopened it as the Hotel Joyce Kilmer after extensive remodeling. Then in 1941, its name was changed to Rutgers House and for a time it served as quarters exclusively for Hercules Powder Company...

\"William the Silent\" Seminary Place, New Brunswick, N. J.

Colored Ektachrome postcard of "William the Silent" Statue with a postmark date of 1930 and a "Frances Perkins USA 15c stamp. It was sent by Mrs. Carolyn Kuhlthau of Highland Park to Mrs. Joyce of the New Brunswick Public Library. "William the Silent" Seminary Place, Prince of Orange- symbol of Rutgers' early association with Netherlands. Gift of Holland Society of New York in 1928.

Masonic Hall, New Brunswick, N. J.

Faded photo postcard of the Masonic Hall. It was designed by Augustas Hatfield and modeled after the plan of Philadelphia's City Hall at George and Albany Streets. Burned on December 21, 1896.

Elk's (spelled as Elkes on the postcard) Hall, New Brunswick, N. J.

Black and white photo postcard of Elks Hall (spelled as Elkes on the postcard) with a postmark date of November 12, 1906. The BPOE Lodge 324 in the postcard was on the upper level of the Rathskeller Restaurant. Possibly a building at Albany and Spring Streets. Current Elk's building is at the corner of New Street and Livingston Avenue. They moved into this building early in 1926. The lodge was founded November 21, 1895 at...

Weston's Mill, City Water Works, New Brunswick, N. J.

Illustrated colored postcard of Weston's Mill with a postmark date of Jan 23, 1908.In 1865, the city voted to establish a fine water works at the site of Hercules Weston's mill, along the Lawrence Brook on lower Burnet Street.

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

Black and white postcard. St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church was completed in 1865 of Gothic architecture.

Pennsylvania Rail Road Bridge, New Brunswick, N. J.

Illustrated postcard of Pennsylvania Rail Road Bridge over the Raritan River. A postmark date of August 31, 1908 and a green Franklin one-cent stamp was on the back of the postcard. It was sent from New Brunswick to New York City.Still standing today, the stone arch bridge was completed in 1903 and cost $2,000,000. 12 workmen were killed building it.

Pennsylvania Rail Road Bridge by Moonlight, New Brunswick, N. J.

Illustrated colored postcard.Still standing today, the stone arch bridge was completed in 1903 and cost $2,000,000. 12 workmen were killed building it.

Buccleuch Mansion, New Brunswick, N. J.

Black and white postcard of Buccleuch Mansion. Built in 1739 by Anthony White, a wealthy landowner of New York. Known as the White House Farm, the mansion had a list of owners until deeded to the City of New Brunswick by Anthony Dey, ESQ, in 1911 with a condition that it be known as "Buccleuch Park."

N.J. State Experiment Station, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

Color postcard, with postmark date of July 14, 1910, featuring the N.J. State Experiment Station located at Rutgers College. Built by the State of New Jersey for the State Agricultural Experiment Station, it also housed the chemistry and biology departments of the college. Today, the building is named New Jersey Hall and is located at 77 Hamilton Street. New Jersey Hall, situated on land deeded to Rutgers by James Neilson, was designed by George K....

Horticultural Department, College Farm, New Brunswick, N. J.

Undated, color photo, postcard of original Horticultural Department at Rutgers College. Greenhouses can be seen in the foreground and the academic building in the background.

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 13 folder 05 (Sculpture, United States Culinary Team, 8 x 10\", 1984)

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 13 folder 06 (Sculpture, Site Specific, 8 x 10\", circa 1978)

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 13 folder 04 (Sculpture, 8 x 10\", 1990, 1995)

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 13 folder 13 (Site Specific, Venetian Gardens, Miami, 8 x 10\", 1979)

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 13 folder 08 (Site Specific, 8 x 10\", circa 1986)

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 33 (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 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...

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 Tabatchnick 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...

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