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DescriptionThe Bon Ton Store's Fall Back To School advertisment. The Bon Ton Store was located at 336 George Street.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
DescriptionEnvelope from Lollos Florist Shop. 233-235 South Orange Avenue, Newark, NJ Corner of Bergen Street
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)
DescriptionPublic notice posted August 21, 1854, of sale of pew "on the floor of the RD Church at Bergen - South Side" by the executors of the estate of John Van Horne. Sale to take place at "the store of Jacob...
Time PeriodExpansion and Reform (1801-1861)
TitleAmerican heritage festival dedicated to all Americans on our 200th birthday presented by the combined veterans' organizations of New Jersey at the Garden States Arts Center
DescriptionThis poster, in the colors of the American flag, invited families to an American heritage festival that was to occur at the Garden State Arts Center on Saturday, October 9, 1976. This event, which...
DescriptionThis is a colorful poster advertising a Belarusian folk festival to be presented by the Garden State Arts Center on Saturday, May 19, 1979. This poster designed by Irene Rahalewicz is mostly red...
DescriptionThis colorfuld poster advertises a Ukrainian folk festival that was to occur on Saturday, May 31, 1980 at the Garden State Arts Center. The poster features a drawing of three people dressed in...
DescriptionThis is a poster advertising a festival that was to be held at Liberty State Park on September 13th and 14th of 1980. The poster indicates that there were forty ethnic communities expected to...
DescriptionThis poster advertises a Hungarian festival that was to occur on Saturday, September 11, 1976 at the Garden State Arts Center. The poster features pictures of dancers, musicians, and other...
TitleNewspaper advertisement from Jersey Homesteads Tripod Coat and Suit, Inc., to promote the ladies garments factory
DescriptionThe federal government created Jersey Homesteads as part of a New Deal initiative. It was unique because it was the only community planned as an agro-industrial cooperative that included a farm, a...
DescriptionThis broadside published by a state employment service advertizes for migrant farm workers to pick fruit in North Jersey orchards.