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Identifier: MC 1157


Noted for distinctive architecture and renowned as an artists' colony, Roosevelt, New Jersey, began its existence as a New Deal community of Jewish settlers supported by economic cooperatives in the form of farm operations, a factory and retail shops.

Identifier: Ac. 2555


Session minutes, including historical notes, rules adopted (1817), lists of baptisms (1805-1815), communicants (1811-1813?), black communicants (1811-1813?), pastors (after 1852), and session officers (1866-1884); together with mission and New Jersey Bible Society receipts (1810-1813).

Identifier: Ac. 2840

Abstract: Correspondence, reports, minutes, merit advancement reports, records of individual scouts, printed matter and ephemera (1917-1971); applications for troop membership and transfers (1917, 1940, 1951-1958); records (1958-1960) of junior marksmen club (branch of National Rifle Association); medical records (1964, 1972); scoutmaster's record of brief irregular diary-like entries of activities (1952-1957); correspondence regarding the formation of Middlesex Council 344, later Thomas A. Edison...
Identifier: MC 1215

Abstract: Papers reflecting all periods of Brendan T. Byrne's career. Present are press clippings, 1944-2005, from newspapers and periodicals; selected files as a New Jersey lawyer, 1952-1986; miscellaneous files as Assistant Counsel and as Executive Secretary to New Jersey Governor Richard B. Meyner, 1956-1959; selected files as Essex County Prosecutor, 1949 and 1959-1968; personal correspondence while a superior court judge, 1970 1973; gubernatorial campaign files, 1973 and 1977, relating to both...
Identifier: NJ002

Abstract: Broadsides, dating from 1590 to the present, number approximately 23,000 items, including interfiled posters. Categories include New Jersey, New Jersey political, New Brunswick, United States (excluding New Jersey), and foreign. Within each category, the broadsides are arranged chronologically in two sequences: oversize and non-oversize. Ballads, political controversies, estate sales, patriotic celebrations, and theatrical performances are among the myriad subjects represented. The posters...
Identifier: MC 795


The Brooks family papers, MC 795, date from 1861 to 1924 with the bulk of the documents covering the Civil War period 1861-1865. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, miscellaneous family papers (including a mortgage) and an oversize certificate.

Identifier: MC 1179

Abstract: The Bulloch-Outwater Family Papers exist in two sub-groups: a collection of correspondence, most of which were exchanged between 1917 and 1919 by George E. Bulloch and his father Reverend William Bulloch; and a collection of family papers pertaining to the Outwater family from the 1700s through Miriam Outwater's marriage to George Bulloch on November 16, 1920. The collection thus covers the period from 1715 to 1997, with the bulk of the papers pertaining to the period of the First World War....
Identifier: MC 1509


This collection consists of records of the Montclair Business and Professional Women's Club, a local branch of the New Jersey Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, and which was founded in 1928. The collection is approximately 2.5 cubic feet in size and consists of 6 manuscript boxes and 1 phase box. Records in this collection date from 1931 to 1979, and appear to be spread evenly throughout this period.

Identifier: MC 778

Abstract: By-laws, 1923-1981 (with gaps); policy statements and procedures manuals, 1975 and undated; annual reports, 1933-1982; minutes, 1923-1982, of membership and executive committee meetings; treasurer's reports, 1924-1980; yearbooks and rosters, 1925-1982; newsletters, 1961-1982; committee records, 1924-1982; scrapbooks, 1926-1976; documents, 1923-1983, pertaining to club entertainment, ceremonies and similar events, including 50th and 60th anniversary celebrations; club room ledger, 1943;...
Identifier: R-MC 121

Abstract: The Byron Hopewell - Peace Corps Papers contain Byron Hopewell's class notes from the first Peace Corps training program held at Rutgers University from June 25, 1961 to August 18, 1961 and articles and publications on the first Peace Corps class. It also contains a letter to Robert Sargent Shriver (Director of the Peace Corps) about the need for the volunteers in the field to have representation to communicate with directors and administration; this is further discussed in the Peace Corps...