Newark and New Jersey Broadsides Collection
This collection consists of broadsides / fliers about Newark and New Jersey.
Pamela E. Goldstein Collection
Pamela Goldstein was director of the Office of Public Information under Mayor Sharpe James. Much of the material is press releases.
Roy E. Norris Collection
This collection contains a selection from Roy Norris and his work with the New Jersey Urban League.
Sharpe James Photograph Collection
This is a small collection of digital photos of Mayor Sharpe James donated to the library by the City of Newark. The photos show the Mayor at various events around the city.
Stanley B. Winters Scrapbooks & Papers
Stanley Winters was an activist and founder of the Clinton Hill Neighborhood Council in Clinton Hill neighborhood. He worked on the issues of urban renewal, civil rights, housing, employment and education.
Tiny Prince Collection
Carl Brinson was the publisher, writer, and editor of many Newark nightlife publications. In 1949, Brinson founded Trend Publishing Co. (later Trend Publishing Associates) which published Trend Magazine (he served as editor), After Hours Magazine (he served as editor), Gospel News, and Black Mirror News (he served as a consultant).
Tri City Peoples Organization for Progress Collection
This collection consists of minutes, reports, fliers and other documents from the community organization: Tri-City Citizens Union for Progress (the majority of the paper collection: MG Nwk TCCUP). Tri-City was founded in 1966 to work in Jersey City, Newark and Paterson and continues to be active in Newark today!
William M. Ashby Collection & Papers
This collection contains a selection of materials from distinguished Newark citizen William Ashby who lived to 101. Mr. Ashby worked for the Urban League.
Wynona M. Lipman Papers
State Senator Wynona M. Lipman became the first African-American woman to be elected to the New Jersey Senate in 1971. This digital collection contains a selection of items from the Wynona Lipman Collection at the library. There are photographs, letters to and from various Newark groups, and more!