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Date Created1961
DescriptionThis demonstration grant report deliniates the city-wide renewal needs for the City of Newark, N.J. for the ten year period starting 1961. It suggests reconstruction as well as protective treatment.
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Date Created2001-12-01
DescriptionThis Annual Report from the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office highlights the office's activities during 2001. During the year, the Historic Preservation Office spearheaded the formulation of a...
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Date Created2000-12-01
DescriptionThis Annual Report from the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office highlights the office's activities during 2000. These activities include starting the Women's Heritage Trail survey in conjunction...
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Date Created1915
DescriptionThis report is a review of and recommendations for the public recreation system of Newark, NJ, including parks, schools, churches, playgrounds, community centers, and more.
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Date Created1975-01-31
DescriptionThis is one (1974) in an annual series of reports from the Newark Department of Recreation and Parks. The purpose of this report is to: 1. provide greater coordination of the recreational and cultural...
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Date Created1963-10
DescriptionThe City of Newark is presently engaged in ambitious urban renewal activities for the revitalizing or rebuilding of existing deteriorating and blighted conditions. During Newark's three hundred years...
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AuthorBailey, Geo. H.; Ward, J. B.
Date Issued1876-12-01
DescriptionReport of the condition and operation of the Water Works.
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AuthorBailey, G. H.; Ward, J. B.
Date Issued1875-12-01
DescriptionReport of the condition and operation of the Water Works.
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Date Created1874-12-01
DescriptionThis report describes the condition of the Newark Aqueduct as submitted to the Aqueduct Board in 1874. The report also describes grade changes, pip upgrades and operation statistics.
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Date Created1959-04
DescriptionThe City of Newark is presently engaged in ambitious urban renewal activities for the revitalizing or rebuilding of existing deteriorating and blighted conditions. During Newark's three hundred years...