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Identifier: NJ018


The New Jersey Collection includes a significant body of postcards highlighting New Jersey’s rich history. Produced in and around New Jersey, these postcards feature famous landmarks, cityscapes, and popular vacation destinations.

Identifier: NJ010


The New Jersey Regional Zine Collection is composed of various zines, buttons, and stickers made by New Jerseyans and individuals in the tristate area from 2011-present. The collection attempts to document the resurgence and content of alternative media in Do-It-Yourself communities, minority communities, artistic communities, and feminist communities. The collection continues to grow through donations and purchases.

Identifier: NJ016


The collection includes menus from a variety of New Jersey restaurants, hotels, and banquet dinners. Many menus date from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, while other portions of the collection date from the 1980s to the present.

Identifier: NJ007


The New Jersey Sheet Music Collection consists of sheet music related to New Jersey, published in the state, and/or written by a New Jersey resident.

Identifier: NJ017


The New Jersey Social and Political Activism Collection focuses on the activism of New Jersey residents from 1971 to present. This collection primarily consists of posters and banners, but also includes handouts, stickers, buttons, pictures, t-shirts and hats.

Identifier: NJ009


The Rutgers University Libraries collection of New Jersey trade and manufacturers catalogs reflects an effort "to collect, preserve and make available for research, primary and secondary materials in various formats, documenting all aspects of New Jersey's history, from its founding to the present."

Identifier: MC 1486

Scope and Contents: The New Jersey Women's Slide Registry was founded in August, 1973. It contains administrative files, artists' files and slides. By 1986, over 500 women artists were represented in this registry. Artists' files contain what was sent over with slides including resumes, statements, photographs, and catalogs. While the artists are arranged individually, there are artist who are linked together through community organizational means, such as the Black Woman in Visual Perspective, which was a...
Identifier: GB 4

Abstract: Housed in Special Collections and University Archives, the Rutgers University Libraries Nineteenth Century Children's Chapbook Collection consists of over nine hundred children's books. The books forming the bulk of the collection were issued mainly between 1801 and 1900 and measure 10 centimeters or less in height. They are generally bound in paper wrappers and are of miscellaneous provenance. Most titles were published in America, although some British publications are included here as...
Identifier: NJ025


The Noah Morrison's Catalogs of Books for Sale Collection contains materials published in Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey by Noah Farnham Morrison.

Identifier: NJ024


The Peter Henderson's Garden Catalogs Collection contains catalogs from 1865-1952 published in New York by Peter Henderson and Company.