United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about arrests and court sentencing by the Sicherheitspolizei and Sicherheitsdienst in Lublin, Poland, for various crimes from 1939 to 1945. Also contains information about prisoners transferred to the Lublin concentration camp; the Lulbin ghetto; battles with partisans; and Polish propaganda
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about water management in Radom, Poland; economic matters in the Radom district; the military and political situation in Radom; the defense of Lublin; regualation of work time for General Gouvernement offices; the criminal case of Wladyslaw Stefanski; police protection of prisons; and leaflets prepared by the German Army to entice Poles to fight the "Jewish Bolsheviks.".
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains poems relating to various prisons, including Pawiak, Lodz, and Montelupich, written from ca. 1940 to 1943 (some are printed or retyped). Also contains correspondence between Kulisiewicz and several of the poets
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains correspondence with, and notes about, the following former prisoners re songs from various prisons: Charewicz, Czarnecka, Kurkiewiczowa, Urbanska, Wanat, Zablocka-Racina, Rodowod, Domanski, Bartkowiak, Ligeza, Godlewski, and Broda [first names not given]. Also contains information about prison songs from Tarnow, Pawiak, Radom, and Wronki
Newark Public Library
Parks: Legal brief, Ross vs. The Freeholders of Essex County - An Act to establish public parks in certain counties and to regulate the same (1903); Proposed Restoration of Branch Brook Park; A response to a letter to the editor by the director of the Essex Co. Dept. of Parks, Rec. & Cultural Affairs (1981); Essex County, Branch Brook Park (correspondence, publications, photographs); Delaware Water Gap, Weygadt Visitor Center; Weequahic Park Model Master Plan (file, 1980). Photography: Letters to William Cone, to Gustav Walters; Professional Photographers Assoc. of N.J. (constitution and by-laws, 1913); Eastman School of Professional Photography (program, 1913); James Ricalton Exhibition (brochures, periodical articles). Picatinny Arsenal: Assembly Resolution (1975); "The History of Picatinny Arsenal" (typed booklet, 1951); "Picatinny Arsenal" (n.d.); Sketches on blue print paper of the Revolutionary War iron industry in Morris County and proposals exhibits in relation to the Army's ... Read More
Newark Public Library
The finding aid consists of five series in 8 Hollinger boxes (Boxes #1-#8). After the completion of the finding aid, 22 Hollinger boxes and 4 Paige boxes (offsite) were added
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Series consists of preprinted standard daily diaries by year, used as logs for all units of Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Bridgewater, Mass., including the State Hospital, giving each day's admissions, discharges, deaths, and desertions, as well as total number of each category, by gender -- Gives individual names and numbers, as well as type of inmate (prisoners, paupers, insane to state hospital, inebriates, defective delinquents, drug addicts, voluntary admissions--these change over time) with monthly totals. A few years have two volumes, one just for state hospital statistics
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
In fulfilling the requirement of custody and control of jails and houses of correction of his county (MGLA c 26, s 16), the sheriff is directly responsible for management of personnel and oversight of the activities of each facility. In order for him or his deputy to maintain supervision and control of the facilities, inmates, and personnel, an institution log is kept as required by regulation (103 CMR 915.07) -- Frequently occurring information relates to transport of inmates, daily activities, names of personnel and their times on and off duty, security checks, and any unusual occurrences
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Case books for State Farm prisoners consist of volumes with double forms printed on each page; top forms filled front to back, then bottom forms -- Information, which varies over time, may include inmate number (10146-106589), name, date committed/discharged, offense (mainly drunks, vagrants, tramps), sentence, court, age, marital status, religion, address/birthplace, education, occupation, family information, physical description, work gang assignment, dated lists of visits, information on letters sent and received and money received. Usually sentences were a few months long. Includes records for women prisoners. Later records show test results (presumably Wassermann for syphilis or Widal for typhoid) in red ink. Series likely ends with the establishment of a new inmate numbering system, as of Feb. 1, 1932. For Prison Dept. registers, 1906-1930 (with indexes to 1950), see that title under (M-Ar)2543X. For further information on prisoners from 1919, see: Massachusetts. Dept. of ... Read More
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Records relate to industries performed by inmates at the State Farm at Bridgewater, Mass., including weaving (conducted from at least 1875), and chair caning (from at least 1883)