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1: A. Grant, Jr. and Company: Account Books (1884 - 1885)
Repository NameRutgers University, Special Collections and University Archives
Collection Size2 volumes
Collection Description Alexander Grant (1798-1864), a native of Scotland, emigrated to Canada with his wife and young children in 1832. Soon thereafter his first wife, Elspet Grant died. ...
2: A. J. Smith Council: Account Book (1910 - 1916)
Repository NameNew Jersey Historical Society
Collection Size1 volume
Collection Description The A. J. Smith Council, a fraternal organization based in Newark, was formed by charter on December 9, 1910 and consisted of 28 founding members, mostly men in ...
3: A. K. DeLemos and Company Scrapbooks, Compiled by Henry F. Mutschler (1887 - 1956)
Repository NameNewark Public Library, Charles F. Cummings New Jersey Information Center
Collection Size5 volumes
Collection Description Adolfo Kay (or Adolphe Karl) DeLemos (1850-Aug 1937), who was born in Birmingham, Alabama, traveled to Germany with his father, an opponent of slavery and of ...
4: A. Michael Noll Collection [preliminary description] (1956 - 2006)
Repository NameHuntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens [preliminary]
Collection Size5 boxes and 2 folders
Collection Description A. Michael Noll (1939 - ) is an American engineer who was born and raised in Newark. He holds a B.S.E.E. degree from the ...
5: A. P. Baldwin Record Book (1847 - 1856)
Repository NameNew Jersey Historical Society
Collection Size12 volumes
Collection Description The collection consists of ledgers and daybooks of A.P. Baldwin, a Newark and New York businessman engaged in foreign and domestic trade. Baldwin's operations ...
6: A. P. Reynolds Ledger (1821 - 1822)
Repository NameRutgers University, Special Collections and University Archives
Collection Size1 volume
Collection Description The volume is an accounts ledger (inscribed “Ledger A”), recording transactions of customers of A. P. Reynolds of Newark, for the period Mar 1821 to ca. ...
7: ACTWU Labor Unity Photograph Files [preliminary description] (1912 - 1976)
Repository NameCornell University, Catherwood Library – Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives [preliminary]
Collection Size23.5 linear feet (43 boxes)
Collection Description The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), the most significant U.S. union representing workers in the men's clothing industry, was founded in Chicago in 1914 ...
8: Aaron Burr Account Book (1753 - 1758)
Repository NamePrinceton University, Firestone Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
Collection Size1 volume
Collection Description The volume is an account book, kept by Aaron Burr senior while serving as President of the College of New Jersey (first in Newark, and ...
9: Aaron Burr Collection (1746 - 1757)
Repository NamePrinceton University, Firestone Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
Collection Size1 box
Collection Description Aaron Burr was born on January 4, 1716, to Daniel and Elizabeth Burr in Upper Meadows, CT (present-day Fairfield). He excelled in languages and sciences at Yale ...
10: Aaron Davis Papers [preliminary description] (1806 - 1903)
Repository NameUniversity of North Carolina Libraries, Louis Round Wilson Library Special Collections [preliminary]
Collection Size35 items
Collection Description Aaron Davis (1819-1903) lived in Newark and was the grandson of Joseph Davis of Bloomfield, NJ. He was a successful manufacturer of rubber goods, harnesses, ...