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Identifier: MSS 007
Abstract Charles Anderson Wolverton (1880-1969) was an attorney and politician from Camden, New Jersey. He was the prosecutor for Camden County and special assistant attorney general of New Jersey before being elected to the New Jersey State House of Assembly, for which he became speaker in 1918. He then ran for a seat in in the U.S. House of Representatives, which he won in 1926, and where he served New Jersey’s First Congressional District for 32 years, elected to 16 terms. He rose to the position...
Dates: Other: Dummy Date
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 010
Abstract The Color Line Project Collection contains a collection of oral history interviews and student research highlighting the Civil Rights Movement and its impacts on New Jersey. The Color Line Project was originally a performance-based art-history project that highlighted the stories of ordinary people during the Civil Rights Movement. Under the direction of Dr. William Carrigan, it evolved into a student-led research project based on the impacts the Civil Rights Movement had on South New Jersey.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1999-2006
Identifier: MSS 012
Identifier: MSS 013
Identifier: MSS 005
Abstract The Elizabeth Satterthwaite Collection contains the genealogies of families from the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware area. There are two series in the collection, the first series contains genealogies of the families, while the second series contains meeting minutes of Friends societies in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Satterthwaite was a historian and genealogist from Trenton, New Jersey. She was operating and working on this research during the early half of the twentieth century. Along...
Dates: Created: 1813-1940
Identifier: OBJ 001
Identifier: MSS 001
Abstract The Frank H. Stewart Collection is a large amalgam of documents, correspondence, business records, objects, and more, accumulated by Philadelphia-area businessman Frank H. Stewart. Stewart was owner of an electrical supply manufacturing outfit located in Philadelphia. He was a native of Salem County, NJ, and retired to Woodbury, NJ, fairly early in his life. He was an amateur historian and long-time president of the Gloucester County Historical Society. Stewart was an inveterate collector...
Dates: 1600 - 1948
Identifier: OBJ 002
Identifier: RUA 001
Dates: Created: 1967-2012
Identifier: MSS 011