Correspondence, legal briefs and papers, petitions, applications, monitoring studies, and clippings (1976-1982), relating to New York City and Philadelphia television stations, especially WNET, and their coverage of New Jersey; records relating to the transfer of WOR-TV from New York to New Jersey; video tapes of news broadcasts (1973-1978) used in monitoring study of New Jersey news coverage; and video tapes and 21 audio tapes of Federal Communications Commission meetings (1978-1982) concerning New Jersey television
Correspondence (1910-1950); land conveyances, title papers, bank statements, and other legal and business papers (1836-1951); daybooks, ledgers, account books, and minutes (1898-1958); maps (1883-1949) of New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, mostly ms. maps of Frazier holdings along the Jersey shore; and photos and printed matter. Includes material relating to Atlantic and Ocean counties, N.J.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, speeches, television and radio scripts, campaign files, including scrapbooks, handouts, and voter mailing lists, appointment books, pamphlets, clippings, photos, and memorabilia, relating to Blatt's political activities and personal interests, including material of a religious nature; together with correspondence, speeches, clippings and photos, relating to the career of James A. Finnegan, Philadelphia political leader. Includes material relating to Blatt's service as secretary of internal affairs for Pennsylvania, judge of the Commonwealth Court, executive secretary of Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee, deputy state treasurer of Pennsylvania, assistant city solicitor of Pittsburgh, and executive director of Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Conference on Government
Daybook containing entries for a dry goods store in Philadelphia, Pa. (1769-1777) and a general store in Hightstown, N.J. (1788-1790); daybook (1785-1791) for a gristmill in Hightstown; and ledger (1772-1791). Persons represented include Obadiah Herbert and many Philadelphia tailors
Persons represented include Frances (Beardsley) Clark (b. 1822), of Utica, N.Y.; Moulton Needham Clark (1841-1912), clergyman, of Illinois and Wisconsin; John Cookingham, of Rhinebeck, N.Y.; William Parker Cutler (1812-1889), including information relating to financial difficulties of Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Company; Riter Fitzgerald, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Walter Grautoff (b. 1870), of Germany; Elizabeth Wills (Rutter) Hobart (1839-1918), of Pottstown, Pa.; Emily L. (Murrell) Jarnagin, of Mississippi, while visiting the Cherokee Nation in northeastern Oklahoma; G.W. Pelton, maker of shovel handles, of Edinboro, Pa.; Helen Louisa (Phelps) Stokes (b. 1846), of New York, N.Y., and New Brighton, Staten Island; Cyrus C. Trevett (b. 1858) and his mother, Rebecca Angeline (Clark) Trevett (b. 1832), of Prospect, Me.; Mary Dix Van Dyke, wife of U.S. representative John Van Dyke, of New Brunswick, N.J., while living in Washington, D.C.; G.F. Verbeck (1830-1898), missionary living in ... Read More
Various maps (some oversize) of Hightstown, East Windsor Township, Mercer County, N.J., the state of New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pa -- Includes Map of Philadelphia, Trenton, and Vicinity (1860) with photographs of Hightstown inset and a business directory; pages taken from various atlases; street and zoning maps; hand-drawn map of the downtown area showing locations of businesses (ca. 1920-1950); bird's eye view of Hightstown (1895); shoppers guide and map, with inset photos (ca. 1956); map of the campus of Peddie School (1957); map (1875) of Mercer County, by Everts & Stewart; New Jersey road map (1903); and maps and guide (ca. 1975) reflecting New Jersey during the American Revolution