Newark Public Library
This collection consists of 1 Hollinger box and 11 scrapbooks : 1 archival box contains correspondence, campaign clippings, files on campaign funds, and business and membership cards ; 11 scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, fliers, membership and business cards, invitations, postcards, programs, school report cards, etc. The scrapbooks are arranged in chronological order : v. 1 (1916-47), v. 2 (1927-38), v. 3 (1916-18, 1938-41), v. 4 (1938-42), v. 5 (Jan.-June 1939), v. 6 (July-Nov. 1939), v. 7 (1941), v. 8 (1941), v. 9 (1941), v.10 (1950), and v. 11 (Oct. 1950)
Newark Public Library
Baptist: Cherryville Baptist Church (1849-99); "Minutes of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Morris & Essex Baptist Association of N.J. (1924). Episcopal: Christ Church, Shrewsbury, N.J. Methodist Episcopal: The Methodist Episcopal Church in Orange, N.J. (Photo, 1930); South Orange M.E. Church (Program of the Epworth League presentation of "Patriotic Ministries," March 14, 1919). Presbyterian: New Providence Presbyterian Church (Minutes of the trustees, 1829-1879, photocopies); Old First Church, Bloomfield (150th, 1946); First Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth (250th, 1914); First Presbyterian Church, Pennington (Bicentennial, 1909); Old Tenant Church (Brochure, 1922); Church members, marriages and baptism, at Hanover, Morris Co., N.J. during the Pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the Settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit, 1746-1796; Inscriptions on the Tomb Stones and Monuments in the Grave Yard at Whippany and Hanover, Morris County, N.J., 1894. Protestant Episcopal: St. Luke's Episcopal ... Read More
Newark Public Library
Programs, invitations, histories, directories and letters relating to various libraries in New Jersey (1938-1992). State and Area Library Services (Spring Conference, NJLA, 1974, NJLA Banquet, 1974, Library Service for the People of New Jersey: A Fact-Finding Study, 1952, Part 1, NJLA, Briefs of Testimony Given Before The Commission to Study Library Services in New Jersey by Representatives of NJLA, 1954, "Do Not Have and Cannot Borrow" (1957), "The Public's Attitude toward Public Library Services in Essex County, New Jersey," 1969; NJLA Newsletters 1950-1953; Better Libraries for New Jersey, 1956; "Libraries for the People of New Jersey or Knowledge for All," 1964; Municipal Library Study Commission of West Essex, 1968; "Suggested Recommendations for Interlibrary Cooperation in the State of New Jersey," Prepared for the Public and School Library Services Bureau, Division of the State Library, State Department of Education, Trenton, New Jersey, by Joseph Eisner, 1968
Newark Public Library
Immigration: Certificate of Naturalization (Alois Czvornyek, 1942); Indians: "The Indians of Bergen County" by Frances A. Westervelt; Interstate Transportation: "The Port of New York Authority Dedication of Lincoln Tunnel" (invitations, Dec. 21, 1937), Dedication of the George Washington Bridge (Oct. 24, 1931, program), The Holland Tunnel: Toll Rates, Traffic Regulations, Description of Tunnel (brochure, 1927), Port Preparedness Dedication Luncheon (invitation, Apr. 30, 1941), The Ceremony of Breaking Ground for the Vehicular Tunnel between the States of New York and New Jersey (Oct. 12, 1920); Inventors: Thomas Edison ("A Thomas Edison Centennial Packet," New Jersey Historical Commission, "Voices of History," A souvenir disc of early Edison recordings, released on the 110th Anniversary of the birth of Thomas A. Edison, February 11th 1847-1957, and material relating to Centennial of Light 1879-1979,), Hannibal Goodwin ("The Preacher Who Beat Eastman Kodak" by Barbara Moran, in ... Read More
New Jersey Historical Society
The scrapbook was made by Charles H. Madison in dedication of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. It was given to the church in 1910. The book is filled with newspaper clippings, invitations, Sunday School Programs, pictures, minutes from the Board of Trustees meetings, tickets to social events, manual books, correspondence, reports on collections, and song sheets
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The collection contains mainly printed material and photographs produced by and related to the School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University. Items in the collection include recruitment materials such as programs, flyers and brochures; project and event programs; publications; news releases and projects; VHS tapes; and other printed material. Materials in the collection range from 1996 to present
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The Pepperdine University Bible Lectures collection includes paper materials (including programs, correspondence, and other items) and audio recordings taken during Pepperdine Bible Lectures held in Los Angeles (beginning in 1943) and Malibu (beginning in 1973)
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
Edwards H. Metcalf was a collector was a Pepperdine University Board member and a T.E. Lawrence enthusiast and collector. He chaired the T.E. Lawrence Symposium in 1988 at Pepperdine University, which gave scholars the chance to discuss the life and words of T.E. Lawrence. The collection contains planning materials and documents from the symposium, as well as book collection records belonging to Metcalf
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The collection contains materials related to the Tyler Ecology Award, including award banquet programs, newspaper clippings, financial records, photographs, and an oversized scrapbook for the award years 1973 through 1979. Also included are photos of John and Alice Tyler (the award's founders) and a memorial speech for John Tyler given by M. Norvel Young. Materials range in date from 1971 to 1981
Pepperdine University - Payson Library
The materials in this collection are items created by and collected from the Pepperdine University Alumni Association between 1958 and 2010, including printed material, memorabilia, alumni directories, and photographs. The Alumni Association is comprised of graduates from Pepperdine University's five schools