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Mt. Prospect Avenue of Newark
The Clark family had been spooling cotton thread in Paisley, Scotland since 1812. .... From Co-op to Rental to Condo; 1927 Structure Is Converted in Newark. ...
Weequahic Park
The area of Weequahic Park was the home of the New Jersey State agricultural fair the Waverly Fairgrounds from 1866 to 1899. Much like a modern business ...
Colleoni Statue
John Cotton Dana of the Newark Public Library was responsible for suggesting to Christian Feigenspan that he donate a copy of the Venetian Colleoni statue ...
Colleoni Statue
He would be forgotten if it were not for a fine equestrian statue of himself by Andrea del Verrocchio, located at Venice. ...
Newark Cemeteries
The same Reverend William Bentley of Salem who described Portsmouth's graveyard admitted "I have a most settled enmity towards ceremonies for the dead. ...
High Street/MLK Boulevard: Part II
Next up from ECC is Rutgers-Newark. Rutgers-Newark was formed in 1946 when the legislature made the University of Newark a state-supported part of the ...
Hopewell Baptist Church, Newark
Temple B'nai Jeshurun. There are records of scattered Jews living in Newark in ... 1881/2 B'nai Jeshurun became the first synagogue in New Jersey to .... In 2004, rabbis and cantors from B'nai Jeshurun in Short Hills had a kind of ...
Newark Links
Old Newark focuses on both Newark's great history - mayors, businessmen, etc - and Newark's common history - diners, ice cream shops, and schools. ...
Newark Cemeteries
Newark was no exception to the trend of rural cemeteries. Newark's first rural cemetery was Mt. Pleasant (1844), located on 40 acres overlooking the Passaic ...
Stanley Theater/Newark Gospel Tabernacle
It was intended to be a theater for cinema only, not live performances. This theater in Vailsburg was actually the Stanley-Fabian chain's second in Newark, ...
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