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An anecdote of a certain candidate, for the ensuing election. Happening to be at Newark, when he first heard that Mr. J y, was acquitted of the crime laid to his charge he shrugged his shoulders, and said that from the disposition himself had ob

View of the new Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey / Anderson del. ; Tiebout sculp.

Fort Niagara taken from the British side of the river at Newark / Strickland sc.

Map of Newark and East Newark, N.J. from the most authentic surveys

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : with the names of property holders &c. /

[Design drawing for woodwork for pews for New Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey]

[Design drawing for woodwork for lectern for New Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey]

[Design drawing for woodwork for Clergy Seats and Community table for New Second Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey]

Map of the city of Newark, state of New Jersey /

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : from surveys /

[Unidentified officer in Union uniform with sword] / A. Judson & Co., 238 Broad St., Newark, N.J.

Thos. Baldwin Peddie M.of C. of N.J. B.-Edinburgh, Scotland 1808. D-Newark, 1889 emigrated to America in 1833 - located in N.J. served 2 terms in state legislature. twice elected Mayor of Newark. M.C. 1877-1879

Thos. Baldwin Peddie, M. of C. of N.J.; b. Edinburgh, Scotland 1808; d. Newark 1889; emigrated to America in 1833; located in N.J., served 2 terms in state legislature; twice elected Mayor of Newark; M.C. 1877-1879

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : 1874 /

Holbrook's map of the city of Newark, New Jersey.

Holbrook's map of the city of Newark, New Jersey.

Holbrook's map of the city of Newark, New Jersey.

Holbrook's map of the city of Newark, New Jersey.

Map of New Castle County, Delaware : from actual surveys & recotds /

U.S. Reports: Newark Banking Company v. Newark, 121 U.S. 163 (1887)

Death of an aged lady. Mrs. Mary Gamble, whose death occurred yesterday at Newark, N. J. had advanced well towards the completion of her ninety-ninth year ... Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, September 6,1886.

U.S.S. Newark

Newark Castle and Gardens

U.S.S. Newark, berth deck

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark, executive officer's office

U.S.S. Newark, the bridge

U.S.S. Newark, Paymaster Wright and clerk Gressitt

U.S.S. Newark, boat drill in Hampton Roads

U.S.S. Newark, the apothecary

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark galley

U.S.S. Newark, loading 6-inch gun

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark, berth deck

U.S.S. Newark, a landing party in Hampton Roads

U.S.S. Newark, petty officers' mess

U.S.S. Newark, Paymaster Thompson

U.S.S. Newark, sighting 6-inch gun

U.S.S. Newark, engine room

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark, sweethearts and wives

U.S.S. Newark, junior officers

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark, the cabin

U.S.S. Newark, chief petty officers

U.S.S. Newark, quarters

U.S.S. Newark, forecastle

U.S.S. Newark, marine guard

U.S.S. Newark, junior officers' mess

U.S.S. Newark, machine guns

U.S.S. Newark, marine guard parading on quarter deck

U.S.S. Newark

[U.S.S. Newark]

U.S.S. Newark, Capt. Casey

[Newark athlete.

U.S.S. Newark, junior officers

U.S.S. Newark

U.S.S. Newark, sword exercise

U.S.S. Newark, sword exercise

U.S.S. Newark, Captain Farquhar

U.S.S. Newark, 6-inch gun

U.S.S. Newark, apprentices

U.S.S. Newark

[U.S.S.] Newark

Newark, N.J., Harrison-Kearney 1895.

A morning alarm /

The ball game /

Hockey match on the ice /

Girl with harp (Letitia Felix), Newark, Ohio Clarence H. White '98

Girl with harp (Letitia Felix), Newark, Ohio

Clarence H. White Philadelphia Salon, 1895

Display of Clarence H. White photographs in Newark Camera Club exhibition, Young Men's Christian Association building, Newark, Ohio, 1899

U.S.S. NEWARK

Submarine Co. Shipyard, Newark

Laying keel of 1st ship, Newark

Franklin Murphy's home, Newark

Start of 1st ship, Newark Yards

Submarine Co. yard, Newark

Franklin Murphy's home, Newark

Submarine Co. Yards, Newark

In Submarine Co. Yard, Newark

Submarine Co. yard, Newark

Start of 1st ship, Newark Yards

Submarine shipyard, Newark

White family in Newark dining room

Clarence H. White and family reading in Newark parlor or dining room

Three men standing with a steam tractor pulling a plow. The machine is owned by Radford and sons, at Newark, Buffalo County, Nebraska

John R. Hardin, Pres. Mutual Benefit Life of Newark & E.E. Rhodes[?], Newark, N.J.

John R. Hardin, Pres. Mutual Benefit Life of Newark & E.E. Rhodes?, Newark, N.J

Six men and two children shown after rabbit hunt in Newark, Kearney County, Nebraska.

Bird's-eye view of the West Hudson towns--Harrison & East Newark, Kearny & Arlington, N.J. /

Some of Newark's small newsboys. Afternoon. Location: Newark, New Jersey

Max Schwartz (8 yrs. old) and Jacob Schwartz. 163 Howard St. Newark, N.J. Sell until 10 P.M. sometimes. Location: Newark, New Jersey

Some of Newark's small newsboys. Afternoon. Location: Newark, New Jersey.

Some of Newark's small newsboys. Afternoon. Location: Newark, New Jersey.

Smallest boy is Mike Ferinco. 75 Monroe St., 10 yrs. old. Sells until 8:30 P.M., Newark, N.J. Other is Duar Feriari, 60 Monroe St. Sells until after 9 P.M. Location: Newark, New Jersey

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