Date Created2010
Date Created1993-01-18
DescriptionObituary of Martin J. Powers, 73, of New Brunswick, N. J., published in the New Brunswick Focus section of the Home News Tribune in January 1993.
Time PeriodContemporary America (1968-present)
Date Created2009
DescriptionTeaching tool for the trunk show of African American quilts and quilters. Harriet Powers was taught to quilt by a slave woman born in West Africa. Harriet learned to applique stylized animals...
Date Created1917-1918
AuthorNeeley, Alexander J.
Date Created2018
Degree Date2018-05
DescriptionAmerican foreign policy has drastically changed since September 11, 2001. In the decade before that date America was engaged in a series of smaller conflicts, but nothing sustained over a long period...
Date Created1942-10-13
DescriptionPhotograph published in the Newark Star Ledger showing servicemen listening to a speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt on October 13, 1942. Shown in the photo is Cpl. Martin J. Powers of New Brunswick...
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
Date Created1950
DescriptionBilling Department for Seabrook Farms. Among those working in this photo from the early 1950s are: Ruth Matsumoto, Paul Powers, Florence Charleton, Toshi Hashimoto and Maris Kart.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
Date Created1950
DescriptionEmployees of the Billing Department at Seabrook Farms hard at work. They include Ruth Matsumoto in foreground and Maris Kart (head down), Paul Powers, Florence Charlton and Toshi Hashimoto.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
Date Created1919
DescriptionIn this photograph of a parade, World War I veterans are seen marching down Philadelphia Avenue in Egg Harbor City, NJ. The parade is circa 1919. The Goeller Plumbing Store on the left was Lipmans 2nd...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
Date Created1890-1923
DescriptionThis is a winter scene of visitors to Dr. Smith's Health Resort in Egg Harbor City, NJ. The individuals are standing on the bank of the Serpentine Creek. Dr. Smith (far left) claimed the cedar waters...