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Tracking flights Newark Airport281 viewsEarl Ward (top) organized the Newark facility. Here, he tracks a flight with the aid of a caliper as R. A. Eccles watches. The pointed markers representing aircraft were moved across the map as flights progressed. First developed by controller J. V. Tighe, these markers came to be known as "shrimp boats." RichO3
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Newark Police Headquarters342 viewsearly 1900sRichO3
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1905 Prince Street391 views1905 Prince Street postcard scene with boys in knickers horsing around on cobblestone streetRichO3
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The Prudential Insurance Co.314 viewsRichO3
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Wilson Ave Trolley305 viewsnote the sign on the car for Ruppert Stadium baseball gamesRichO3
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Pulaski Skyway Between Jersey City & Newark NJ 1941349 views1941 postcardRichO3
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Rose Gardens Weequahic Park282 viewsRichO3
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Ruppert Stadium344 viewsRuppert Stadium
Location: Wilson Avenue, and Avenues K and L, Newark, NJ

Ruppert Stadium was built in 1926. It was built by the New York Yankees organization and named after its beer baron owner, Jacob Ruppert on a 15 acre plot of land bounded by Wilson Avenue, and Avenues K and L. The stadium was designed by Charles A. Davids. It was built with a seating capacity of 12,000, but on special occasions in its 41-year life was known to have sandwiched in as many as 22,000. Ruppert Stadium served as a home for the ‘old’ Newark Bears in the international League, as well as for the Newark Eagles.
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South 9TH St. Roseville (Newark)384 viewsRichO3
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Newark’s landmark Sacred Heart Cathedral314 viewsTwo of the city’s most successful Irishman designed and built Newark’s landmark Sacred Heart Cathedral, one the finest examples of French Gothic architecture in the United States. Jeremiah O’Rourke designed and Edward M. Waldron built it, Irish laborers providing the muscle along the way. It took 56 years, 1898 to 1954, to complete.
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ALEXANDER SEIDLER CO., Orange & Ogden Sts., Newark301 viewspostcard "Our new location after December 1st, 1920 / ALEXANDER SEIDLER CO., Orange & Ogden Sts., Newark, N.J.”RichO3
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Salaam Temple246 views1910 Salaam Shrine Temple Tip TrayRichO3
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The Skyway Diner matchbook cover257 views148 Raymond Blvd. (Plank Rd.) NewarkRichO3
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St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral271 viewsSt. Patrick’s in 1900
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Route 7 Track map Newark City Subway302 viewsRichO3
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The Sunhouses BranchBrook Park 1909307 views1909 postcardRichO3
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Great Bankrupt Assignee Clothing Sale298 viewsearly 1900s? RichO3
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Telegram received by the Jenkins family289 viewsThe postal telegraph dated February 22, informing Greg Jenkins that his son was killed in action 15 days after his death on February 7, 1943.
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Visor Calendar 1962 Theodore H. Deutz Co.283 viewsRichO3
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USS Edwards @ Port Newark275 viewsRichO3
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Wading Pool West Side Park Newark283 viewspostcard 1920sRichO3
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North Jersey District Water Supply Commission and the City of Newark722 views23 November 1920 "Commissioners of the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission and the City of Newark, NJ, who turned the first shovel of dirt on Contract 2A, Wanaque Dam."
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Weequahic High School 1932273 viewsRichO3
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Weequahic Branch Library270 viewsRichO3
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COOK BOOK BY Geo. W. Wiedenmayer Newark299 viewsRecipes Of Quality: a cook book deluxe 1912RichO3
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Newark Abbey339 viewsRichO3
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Krueger Brewing sign359 viewsRichO3
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West Side Village933 viewsWest Side Village
Newark, New Jersey

Reconstruction of a vacant commercial building at 113 North 13th Street to create 63 apartments. Demolition of a commercial structure at 354 Park Avenue to build 66 new units. In all there are 129 apartments affordable to very low-income households: 2 efficiencies, 22 one-bedroom, 84 two-bedroom and 21 three-bedroom units.
The project will have a substantial impact on this mixed-use neighborhood, which currently has a number of vacant and underutilized sites. It complements the 125-unit rental complex two blocks away that the developer recently converted from an abandoned former bakery building.
Developer:
RPM Development Group, Montclair, NJ Design Consultant:
Building Science Corporation, Westford, MA Architect:
John C. Ingles

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WJRZ Newark653 views1940s?RichO3
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lath operators Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. December 1942797 viewsBlueprints are consulted by these lath operators at the Port Newark yard of Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. December 1942.

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