Manuscript Group 1362, Newark, New Jersey Photographs Collection, 1850s-present

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Manuscript Group 1362, Newark, New Jersey Photographs
Collection, 1850s-present, 25 linear feet
Call Number: MG 1362 + Box and folder number

Summary


Summary:

Photographs of Newark, New Jersey, which document Newark between the 1850s and the present. The bulk of these images are ca. 1890-1940, although there are many street corner views from the 1960s. The images documenting transportation and commercial architecture reveal the changes that have taken place in such main streets as Board and Market Streets since the end of the 19th century. Many photographs also document the construction of the Newark Airport, work at Port Newark, and other industrial work. The collection includes standard size, oversized and double oversized photographs, and prints. Photographers include William Cone and others. Subjects include Newark airport, apartments, several private houses, the Berg Collection of Newark street corners (over 2000 photographs of each side of various street corners in Newark in the 1960s -index available), business enterprises, churches, government buildings, Clark Thread Company, Deegan Tinsmithing Shop, Essex County Court House Buildings, hospitals, Newark industry including factories and the interiors of factories with men and women workers, public institutions, the library, Mutual Benefits Life Insurance Co., The New Jersey Historical Society, Park Place, Port Newark, ELCO Boat Company, Electric Company (PS &E Co.), railroad, trolleys and other transportation, restaurants, schools and colleges, street scenes, theaters, group portraits, and Works Progress Administration (WPA) project photographs. Also includes separate index to 200 photographs taken of Newark dwellings and businesses, 1900-1907.

Organized alphabetically by subject in standard size, oversized and double oversized.

Box/Folder List:

Box Folder Subject
1 1 Newark
1 2-3 Newark general scenes
1 4 Newark, England
1 5 Newark upon Trent, Isle of Jersey
1 6-8 Newark photograph albums and scrapbooks
1 9 Alling home and shop
1 10-12 Anniversary celebrations, 1916-1966
1 13 Airport (Newark) – Aerial views, 1933
2 1 Airport (Newark) (see also OS)
2 2 Airport (Newark) construction to 1934
2 3-5 Airport (Newark) construction – Drainage
2 6-8 Airport (Newark) construction – Expansion
3 1-2 Airport (Newark) construction – Hangar
3 3-6 Airport (Newark) – Minthore album
3 7 Airport (Newark), 1930-1931
3 8 Airport (Newark) / Port Newark / Port Street Bridge / Railroad, 1929-1934
4 1 Airport (Newark) / Port Newark – African Americans / Loading docks, 1934
4 2 Airport (Newark), 1935
4 3 Airport (Newark), 1936-1937 – Construction using horses
4 4 Airport (Newark), 1938
4 5 Airport (Newark) aerial views
4 6 Airport (Newark) – Miscellaneous people / Test fires / Airport at night
4 7 Airport (Newark) – Models and plans
4 8 Airport (Newark) – People’s Express building
5 1-2 Apartment / Housing projects, etc.
5 3 Automobiles / Auto dealers / Garages
5 4 Baldwin home
5 5 Ballentine House
5 6 Banister & Pollard Co.
5 7-8 Banks (see also OS)
5 9 Bartram House
5 10 Barber shop
5 11 Bathgate House
5 12 Baths, public
5 13 Blizzard of March 12, 1888 (with trains/railroads)
5A 14 Blizzard of March 12, 1888 (with trains/railroads)
5A 15 Blue-collar workers
5A 16 Blue Cross-Blue Shield
5A 17-19 Newark area album
    Buildings, houses, institutions, parks, churches, buildings in areas incorporated into Newark, etc., 1900-1907 (See list of images)
5A 20-22 George Brown Co. Stonecutters, Marble works
    Photographs of workers cutting stone, 1930s
6 1 Berg Collection – Index of images
    Photographs of various Newark street corners and how they changed between 1960-1968
6 2-12 Berg Collection – Street corner scenes, 249-1120
7 1-11 Berg Collection – Street corner scenes, 1121-2135
8 1-10 Berg Collection – Street corner scenes, 2136-2789 & unnumbered
9 1 Fred Bony Kamper House, 1891
9 2 Boudinot House, 74 Park Place (see also OS)
9 3 Seth Boyden House, Lackawanna Avenue, 1903
9 4 Joseph P. Bradley Houses
9 5-6 Branch Brook Park (see also OS)
9 7-10 Broad Street general views (see also Four Corners)
9A 1 Bruen House, corner of Broad Street and Marshall
9A 2 Aaron Burr House
9A 3-4 Business enterprises – Individual businesses (see also OS)
9A 5 Business enterprises – Views of several businesses
9A 6-9 Business enterprises – Runyon & Carey Engineers
    Includes Overbook, Manasquan, Orange Pumping Station
9A 10 Business enterprises, 1940s-1960s
9A 11 Business enterprises – Postcards, prints
10 1 Business enterprises – Storefront and window displays
10 2 Camp homestead, 1049 Broad Street (see also OS)
10 3 Carriages
10 4 Carter House, 997-999 Broad Street
10 5-6 Cemeteries (see also OS)
10 7 Centre Market
10 8 Samuel Chandler House, Dayton Street
10 9-10 Churches – Baptist (see also OS)
10 11-12 Churches – Catholic
11 1-3 Churches – Episcopal (Trinity Cathedral, etc.)
11 4 Churches – Lutheran
11 5 Churches – Methodist
11 6 Churches – Presbyterian: First Presbyterian
11 7 Churches – Presbyterian: Second Presbyterian
11 8 Churches – Presbyterian: Third Presbyterian
11 9 Churches – Presbyterian: High Street Presbyterian
11 10 Churches – Presbyterian: South Park, Memorial, Wickliffe
11 11 Churches – Presbyterian: Various
11 12 Churches – Reformed
    See Mutual Benefit building construction for views of North Reformed Church
11A 1 Churches – Miscellaneous
11A 2 City Hall
12 1 Clark Houses
12 2 William Clark Mansion, Mt. Prospect Avenue
12 3 Clark Thread Co. (see also DOS)
12 4 Clay Place, Cedar Street
12 5 Clubs
12 6 Cockloft Hall, Gouverneur and Mt. Pleasant Streets
12 7 Coe homestead, Washington and Court Streets
12 8 Coles homestead, 222 Market Street
12 9 Colonnade Park
    High rise apartment.  Model furnished with NJHS furniture
12 10 Corwin House, Union Street
12 11 Crane Houses, includes Washington Hotel with tavern
12 12 The Cedars, home of Frank Forester
12 13 Davis House
12 14 Decatur House, Park Place
12 15-20 Deegan Tinsmithing Shop
13 1 Dennis House, Park Place
13 2 Department stores (with patriotic window displays)
13 3 Department stores: Hahne’s Department Store
13 4 Department stores: Bamberger & Co.
13 5 Dr. Wells Phillips Eagleton House, 15 Lombard Street
13 6 Earl homestead, 206 Clinton Avenue
13 7 Eastside Park (Independence)
13 8 Elections
13 9 Electric Park
13 10 Thomas Dunn English House, 57 State Street
13 11 Essex County Court House, 1838-1905 (see also OS)
13 12 Essex County Court House, built 1905 (see also OS)
13 13 Essex County Court House and Jail, built 1971
13 14 Essex County Jail, built 1937(?)
13 15 Essex County Hall of Records
13 16 Essex County Republican County Committee, 1897
    Group picture of picnic in Gloucester.  African-American among party members.
14 1 Feigenspan House
14 2 Fire and police department
14 3 Fireman’s Insurance buildings (see also Four Corners)
14 4 Foster House
14 5 Four Corners (Broad and Market Streets) (see also Broad Street general views)
14 6 Frelinghuysen House, 33 Washington Street
14 7 Gilder House, Brunswick Street
14 8 Globe Indemnity Co.
    Group portrait of employees in black face and as movie stars
14 9 Golf courses
14 10 Greenhouses
14 11 Harvey property, Broadway Street
14 12 Hayes homestead, Avon and Clinton Avenue
14 13 Hedges Houses, High Street
14 14 High Street (now Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd) – General views
14 15 Hospitals
    St. Michaels, Hospitals for the Incurable, Martland, Beth Israel, Essex County, St. Barnabas, German Hospital, Hospital for Women and Children, The Babies Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, and others (see also OS)
14 16 Hospitals – Interior scenes (William F. Cone)
15 1 Houses – Old, historic, miscellaneous (see also OS)
15 2-3 Houses – Newark area, unidentified (William F. Cone)
15 4 Hotels, inns, and taverns
    Robert Treat, Hotel Riviera, Hotel Douglas, Gateway, Park House, Hotel Pullman, and others
15 5 Huntington House, Broad Street and 8th Avenue
15 6 Industry – Miscellaneous buildings, companies, processes
15 7 Industry – Caskets/Funeral industry
15 8 Industry – Borden’s Milk (William F. Cone)
15A 1-4 Industry – Factories (see also OS)
16 1-2 Industry – Factory interiors (men & women workers)
    Men and women workers (William F. Cone)
16 3 Industry – Factory interiors
    Dress and slip factor with working women (William F. Cone)
16 4 Industry – Factory interiors
    Shoe factory with men and women workers (William F. Cone)
16 5 Industry – Hooten Chocolate Company, 1910-1948
16 6 Industry – Radio sets
16 7 Industry – Weston Electrical Instrument Corp. (William F. Cone)
16 8 Institutions
    Children’s Aid Society, Newark Orphan Asylum, Home for the Aged, The New Jersey Historical Society, House of Good Shepard, Home for Aged Women, and others
16 9 Insurance Companies
    American Insurance Co., Newark Fire Insurance Co. (see also Prudential Insurance Co. and Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.)
16 10 Ironbound districts (see also Railroad)
16 11 J. Jelliff’s store, 301 Broad Street, ca. 1850
16 12 Johnson Houses
16 13 Kearny homestead, Belleville Avenue (now Broadway) (see also OS)
16 14 Krueger Mansion and Auditorium
17 1 Newark Public Library (see also OS)
    Was The New Jersey Historical Society’s headquarters, 1901-1931.
17 2 Newark Public Library – Interior scenes (William F. Cone)
17 3 Lincoln Park
17 4 Lloyd House
17 5 Longworth House
17 6 Mapes House
17 7 McDowell Houses
17 8 Market Street – General views, buildings, trolleys
17 9 Meeker homestead
17 10 Military affairs and buildings
17 11-12 Military Park (see also OS)
17 13 Mills
17 14 Missions
17 15 Morris Canal (see also MG 1361: Morris Canal)
17 16 Morris House, Bloomfield Avenue
17A 1 Mutual Benefits Life Insurance Co. (see also OS)
17A 2 Mutual Benefits Life Insurance Co.
    Photographs of buildings to be bought and destroyed to make way for the new building on 500 block of Broad Street.  Includes businesses, apartments, a diner, Harley Davidson, and others.  Views of Atlantic Street, Bridge Street, and McCarter Highway.  1955
17A 3-5 Mutual Benefits Life Insurance Co. building construction, 1955-1956
17A 5-7 Mutual Benefits Life Insurance Co. building construction, 1955-1956
18 1 New Jersey Historical Society – Broad Street and Maiden Lane (see also OS)
18 2 New Jersey Historical Society – 16 West Park Street
18 3 New Jersey Historical Society – 230 Broadway, exterior
18 4 New Jersey Historical Society – 230 Broadway, interior
18 5 Newark Museum (see also OS)
18 6 Newspaper buildings
18 7 Newspaper clippings, 1930s – People, buildings, panoramas
18 8 Office interior scenes (William F. Cone)
    Some scenes of men and women workers
18 9 Olds Books & Stationary.  Also Ice Cream Saloon
18 10 Osborne House, Broad Street and Chestnut Street
18 11 Olympic Park
18 12 Parades
18 13 Courtland Parker House, Fulton and Broad Street
18 14 Park Place
19 1-3 Passaic River
    Includes boating and rowing clubs, Triton Boathouse, dock workers, and views of Newark
19 4 Peck Estate, Sussex Avenue
19 4a Penn Center (One Penn Center)
19 5 Governor William Pennington House, High Street
19 6 Pierson House, High Street
19 7 Plume House, House of Prayer Rectory, Broad Street and State Street
19 8 Point House
19 9 Polhemus House, Washington Street (ornate interiors)
19 10 Port Newark
19 11-12 Port Newark – Ships
    Launches, voyages, ship workers
20 1 Port Newark – Submarine Boar Corp / Transmarine shows, Chicago, 1920
20 2 Port Newark – Shipping officials with visiting U.S. congressmen
    Man in hat speaking to workers.  Submarine Boat Corporation band
20 3 Port Newark – Parts and surplus
20 4 Port Newark – Construction of Ship Foundry / scrap hauling
20 5 Port Newark – Interior of Ship Construction Foundry, 1917
20 6 Port Newark – Interior of cargo ship
20 7-8 Port Newark – Plant personnel
    White-collar, blue-collar, restaurant workers, security force, and secretaries
20 9 Port Newark – Personnel
    Trainee series – the men who built the S. S. Montana
20 10 Port Newark – Transmarine barge
20 11 Port Newark – Suphenco Diesel motor ship
21 1 Port Newark – Boat building
    Elco-Electric Boat Co., Bayonne
21 2 Port Newark – Elco, Bayonne
21 3 Port Newark – Industrial & Marine Terminal, Bayonne
21 4 Port Newark – Boat interiors, Elco, Bayonne
21 5 Port Newark – Transmarine Co., Northwest/Southwest
21 6 Port Newark – New London Ship Engine Co., Groton, CT
21 7 Post Office
21 8 Prudential Insurance Co. – 19th and 20th century buildings
21A 1 Prudential Insurance Co.
21A 2 Public Service Building
21A 3-4 Public Service Electric Co. (PSE&G), 1915-1916
    Construction of Essex Station and various electrical sub-stations and offices in Newark, Orange, and Elizabeth.  Also a train wreck.
21A 5 Pulaski Skyway construction
22 1-2 Railroads / Railroad stations
22 3 Restaurants (includes interiors and kitchens)
22 4 William Righter House, Mt. Prospect Avenue
22 5 Adrian Riker, Clinton Avenue, ca. 1901
22 6 Riots
22 7 Sayre homestead
22 8 Scheuer Building, Broad Street and Commerce Street
22 9 Schools (see also OS)
    Colleges, technical schools, vocational schools including Rutgers-Newark, Newark College of Engineering, Newark Technical School, Old Teachers College, Drake College, etc.
22 10 Schools – Barringer High School
    Includes students in 18th century costumes
22 11 Schools – Newark High School and Weequahic High School
23 1 Schools – Other high schools
    Including East Side, West Side, South Side, and Newark Academy
23 2-3 Schools – Street named schools
23 4 Schools – Catholic schools, Franklin School, others
23 5 Schools – Historic schools
    Old Stone School, Lyons Farms
23 6 Schools – Various
23 7-8 Schools – Interior scenes
    Gym class, printing class, home economics, science labs, cafeteria, industrial arts
23 9 Schools – Unidentified
24 1 Schools – Group photographs of school children (William F. Cone)
27 shoebox Shipyards (rolled oversize photograph)
24 2 Sports – Baseball, track, horses (see also OS)
24 3 Springfield Avenue – General views
24 3a Stables
24 4-5 Statues and monuments, including Stephen Crane memorial
24 6 Stores – Exteriors
24 7 Stores – Window displays
24 8 Stores – Products
24 9 Stores – Interiors (clothing, hardware stores)
24 10 Stoudinger House, Clay and Broad Street
24A 1-2 Street scenes – General views
24A 3 Sydenham House
24A 4 Symington House (Continental House), Park Place
24A 5-6 Symphony Hall (prints and slides)
24A 7 Synagogues
25 1 Theaters (see also Symphony Hall and MG 1367, Ephemera Collection)
    Including Loews, Branford, Shubert, Mosque (interior and exterior), Tivoli, Columbia, Little, and Wallace Hall)
25 2 Thomas House, 1024 Broad Street
25 3 Toler house, Elizabeth and Hawthorne Avenues
25 4 Tombstones
25 5 Trolleys, buses, and subway
25 6 Veteran’s Building, Washington and Halsey
25 7 Marcus Ward House, Washington Street
    Also William Hays Ward House and Joseph Ward House
25 8 Ward Motor Company
25 9 Washington Park
25 10 Washington Street
25 11 Water scenes
    Tiffany Falls, Second River, and Newark Reservoir
25 12 Weequahic Park
25 13 Westside Park
25 14 Women
    Women’s Political Union of New Jersey, ca. 1913, group portrait
26 1-4 Works Progress Administration (WPA)
    Education, theater, African-Americans, art, Newark Airport construction, music
26 5 WPA Division of Women’s & Professional Projects
    Measuring a woman for clothes fitting, sewing, etc.
26 6 WPA Division of Women’s & Professional Projects
    African Americans and other in restaurant and butler training
26 7 WPA Division of Women’s & Professional Projects
    Theater, archival work, WPA displays, and other activities
26 8 WPA, Newark and elsewhere
    WPA Division of Women’s & Professional Projects, educational visual aids, toy makers, working chidren
26 9 Wright House, Park Place
26 10 YMCA / YWCA
     
Oversized Newark Photographs and Prints
OS 1 1 Airport (Newark)
OS 1 2 Banks
    Includes National Newark Banking Co.
OS 1 3 Banks
    Includes National State Bank
OS 1 4 Breweries – Morton Brewery, High Street near James Street, 1867
OS 1 5 Buildings – Military Park and Park Place
OS 1 6 Business enterprises
OS 2 1 Business enterprises – Exteriors / groups of laborers
OS 2 2 Business enterprises – Interiors
OS 2 3 Business enterprises – Broad Street storefronts
OS 2 4 Business enterprises – Broad Street storefronts
OS 2 5 Business enterprises – Brandenburgh & Novelle, manufacturers of wagons
OS 2 6 Business enterprises – City Market, 1860
OS 2 7 Business enterprises – Johnson’s Mills
OS 2 8 Business enterprises – Lawson & Steeple Boots & Shoes and Louis Popper, Broad and Central Avenue, ca. 1850
OS 2 9 Business enterprises – Market Street, pre 1869
OS 2 10 Business enterprises – National Lock Washer Co., 1911
OS 3 1 Business enterprises – Newark Evening Star
OS 3 2 Business enterprises – Public Service Electric Co., 19th century
    Includes ships.
OS 3 3 Business enterprises – Pioneer Mills
OS 3 4 Business enterprises – Steam powered machine shop, ca. 1900
OS 3 5 Business enterprises – Factories
    Stamping machine
OS 3 6 Business enterprises – Factories
    Prints, Clark Thread Mills, and others
OS 3 7 Business enterprises – Runyon & Carey Associates
    New Jersey buildings
OS 3 8 Cemeteries
OS 3 9 Cemeteries – Mount Pleasant (NJHS exhibit, 1993)
OS 3 10 Circus: Barnum & Bailey, ca. 1905
OS 3 11 Churches – Various
    Includes House of Prayer, Clinton Avenue Reformed, North Reformed, South Park Presbyterian, Trinity Church, High Street Presbyterian, Temple B’Nai Jeshurin, St. Mary’s, First Reformed Consistory, Roseville Methodist Episcopal, Belleville Avenue Congregational, St. Paul’s, Newark Conference, 1869, Second Presbyterian, St. Columbia’s Church, and Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
OS 3 12 Churches – First Baptist Reformed Church
OS 4 1 Churches – Old First Presbyterian Church
OS 4 2 Churches – Lyons Farm Church
OS 4 3 Churches (William F. Cone photographs)
OS 4 4 Government – Officers of the Board of Trade, 1911
OS 4 5 Government – City Hall, Post Office, Jail, Fire Station
OS 4 6 Government – Court House
OS 4 7 Government – Court House
    First jury in new Court House, 1906
OS 5 1 Government – Customs House/Post Office
OS 5 2 Hospitals – Various and Soldier’s Home, 1866
OS 5 3 Houses – Boudinot House interiors
OS 5 4 Houses – Boudinot House
OS 5 5 Houses – Joel Condict House
    Later original Essex Club, Park Place
OS 5 6 Houses – Camp homestead, Broad Street and Camp Street
OS 5 7 Houses – Herpers House, Washington Street and Crawford Street
OS 5 8 Houses – General Phillip Kearny House, Belleville Avenue
OS 5 9 Houses – Kinney Houses, Broad Street
OS 6 1 Houses – McKingan home, Lyons Farm
OS 6 2 Houses – Franklin Murphy House, 1027 Broad Street; Noll Farm (present day site of Sacred Heart Cathedral)
OS 6 3 Houses – Peshine House interiors and exteriors
OS 6 4 Houses – Peshine House scrapbook
OS 7 1 Houses – Pierson House, Lyons Farm
    Later part of Evergreen Cemetery
OS 7 2 Houses – Symington House, Park Place
OS 7 3 Houses – Vache homestead, Clinton Avenue and High Street
OS 7 4 Houses – Various
    Coe House; Tollgate House, Camptown Road; Longworth House; Anderson Home & Grocery; “Houses build in Broad Street;” Old Meeker House
OS 7 5 Houses – Various
    Stoudinger House, Broad Street and Clay Street; 468-470 Washington Street; Marcus Ward House; Dr. Ward (?)
OS 7 6 Houses – Various
    Paul House, Wright and Broad Streets; Ballantine Mansion, Washington Park; Theodore Frelinghuysen House; Bigelow House, 1020 Broad Street; 80 Park Place; High Street and 13th Avenue
OS 7 7 Houses – Various
    156 First Street (?); Spruce and Washington Street
OS 7 8-9 Houses – Unidentified
OS 7 10 Labor – Sheet metal workers portrait, Local 10, 1950
OS 7 11 Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.
OS 8 1 Newark Library and Newark Museum
OS 8 2-3 New Jersey Historical Society (NJHS)
OS 8 4 Organizations – Group portraits
    Includes African-American groups
OS 8 5 Organizations – Group portraits
    Includes lawyers, Essex Club, police officers, Women’s Christian Temperance Union and others
OS 8 6 Organizations – Group portraits
OS 9 1 Parks and Statues – Bound Brook and elsewhere
OS 9 2 Passaic River – Yacht “Adela” and river view
OS 9 3-7 Prints – Lithographs and engravings
    Various Newark scenes.  Many from 19th century periodicals
OS 10 1-2 Prints – Lithographs and engravings
OS 10 3 Prudential Insurance Company
OS 10 4 Schools
OS 10 5 Schools – Group portraits – Newark High School, 1906
OS 10 6 Schools – Class portraits
OS 11 1-2 Schools – Class portraits
OS 11 3 Sports
    Includes Outstanding Athlete dinner, 1968; Triton Boat Club, 1889; Eureka Baseball Club, 1880; Roseville Athletic Association, ca. 1880; Newark Sunday Call Picture Magazine feature on the Newark Bears
OS 11 4 Transportation
    Buses, fire company, trolley, Penn Station
OS 11 5 Views
    Includes “Great NY of the Future, 1878”)
OS 12 1 Miscellaneous
OS 12 2 Miscellaneous – Political
     
Double-Oversized Newark Photographs and Prints
DOS City of Newark. Lithograph
DOS Listers Agricultural Chemcial Works. Lithograph, early 20th century
DOS J. H. Halsey & Smith, Manufacturers of Carriage Leather. Lithograph
    Shows office, tannery, and japonnery
DOS Newark Daily Advertiser poster for 1984 souvenir edition. Color lithograph
DOS Newark police reserves, ca. 1920s
    Panoramic view of group
DOS The Daily Graphic engravings
    Engravings of map and nine images of factories in Newark, Paterson, and Jersey City
DOS Aerial view of heart of Newark, 1913. Lithograph (2 copies)
DOS Essex County Court House, 1902
DOS Prudential Building, 1896. Color engraving
DOS Newark (East of Mulberry Street), 1820-1825. Lithograph
DOS Newark, NJ from the residence of T. V. Johnson. Color lithograph, 19th century
DOS Industry – Clark Thread Works / Clark Thread ONT Spool Cotton
    FRAGILE. Large photos of factory and workers. Some of these photographs were displayed in New Orleans, LA in 1884-1885.  One image of Kearny Mills included.  20 items (see also 12/4)
     
Double-Oversized Newark Panoramic Photographs
DOS Churches
    143rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of USA, Pittsburgh; Second Presbyterian Church: Group photographs, 1944-1945 (Lester Clee Papers)
DOS Churches
    Second Presbyterian Church, Newark: Everywoman’s Bible Class, 1931-, 1932, 1938; Everyman’s Bible Class, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1937; New Jersey Delegation, 7th Annual Convention, National Federation of Men’s Bible Classes, Washington DC
DOS Churches
    100th Anniversary Banquet, House of Prayer, Newark, Nov. 9, 1950; Unidentified congregation, ca. 1920-1930s
DOS Business – Industry
    Testimonial Dinner Dance in honor of Earl L. Conrad by Local Union No. b-1159 I.B.E.W. at Essex House, Newark, February 1943; First Annual Banquet by George Brown & Co., Newark, to their employees at the plant, March 1927
DOS Conferences / Celebrations
    134th Celebration of George Washington’s birthday by St. John’s Lodge, Newark, February 23, 1925; Fourth Annual State Young People’s Conference, South Orange, November 1926; Opening of the 250th Anniversary Celebration of the City of Newark, May 1, 1916
DOS Wedding receptions at Vittorio Castle
    Mr. and Mrs. W. Antonelli (September 1941); Mr. and Mrs. E. Cozzi (April 1939); Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Del Mauro (June 1943)
DOS Military
    312th Infantry reunion at Achetel Stetter’s, Newark, November 19, 1921
DOS Miscellaneous / Unidentified
    Group of sailors and dock workers, including some African American workers

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