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- Place of publication is exactly "Newark, NJ"
Photograph of Harry Hazelwood Jr. RC1943 with Newark Mayor Leo P. Carlin and Howard J. Devaney in 1957.
The Newark Evening News reports that Harry Hazelwood Jr. RC1943 has been elected president of the Newark branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1957. Hazelwood previously served as president of the branch…
Photograph of Harry Hazelwood Jr. RC1943 with Thurgood Marshall and David M. Litwin at an NAACP event in Newark. Hazelwood served as the president of the Newark branch of the NAACP. This photograph appeared alongside an article titled "NAACP Counsel…
Article in the Newark News reports that Harry Hazelwood Jr. RC1943 was nominated by Mayor Leo P. Carlin to serve as a municipal magistrate. Hazelwood became the first African American to serve as a municipal judge in Newark. The article includes a…
Photograph of Simeon F. Moss receiving a Recognition Award from the Essex County Council of Administrators
Moffat, Ronald F.
Photograph of Simeon F. Moss (RC 1941) printed in the Newark Star-Ledger. Moss was the Superintendent of Essex County Schools and received a Recognition Award from the Essex County Council of Administrators at his retirement dinner in 1975.
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Obituary of Sgt. Ernest S. Baxter Jr. (RC 1940). Baxter was an Army career man and died in a tragic drowning accident at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where he was stationed. He was 44 years old at the time of his death on October 7, 1961.
Article about John Howard Morrow RC1931 regarding his appointment as the first US ambassador to the new Republic of Guinea. This newspaper clipping from the Newark Evening News has been preserved in Morrow's alumni biographical file.
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A black woman named Betty ran away from the house of her master Amos Day. The slaveholder does not offer a reward for Betty's return, but notifies his neighbors not to extend credit to Betty on his account as he does not intend to pay Betty's debts.…
A black woman named Betty ran away from the house of her master Amos Day at Connecticut Farms in Union County. The slaveholder did not offer a reward for Betty's return, but warned his neighbors not to harbor or employ her. Despite Betty's absence,…