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NJ Museum seeking artifacts for exhibition from Bellewood Park in Patenburg, NJ

The Red Mill Museum Village is currently working on an exhibition featuring early aerial photographs of Hunterdon County. These enlarged photos will be displayed with artifacts that are relevant to each photograph. The Museum is currently looking for anyone who might have artifacts from Bellewood Park in Patenburg, NJ.  We are particularly interested in any whole souvenir mugs from the park, such as the mugs depicted in the book, Union Township Rural Recollections.  Any information on the mugs or other artifacts from the park would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Newark 1974: Remembering the Puerto Rican Riots

Newark 1974: Remembering the Puerto Rican Riots

The History Concentration and Humanities Division of Bloomfield College cordially invite you to the opening of a new library exhibit revisiting Newark's 1974 Puerto Rican Riots on the 40th anniversary of the events. The exhibit will be on view from April 28 to August 29, 2014. 

Opening and reception will be held in: 

Shelby Art Room

Bloomfield College Library

80-86 Oakland Ave, Bloomfield NJ 07003

Monday, April 28, 2014, 4pm-5pm

Guest speakers will include:

Aldo Lauria-Santiago, Professor in the Departments of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies and the History Department.

Conference on the ILO 1944 Philadelphia Declaration

The Global Spirit of PhiladelphiaThe ILO, Economic Security, Political Freedom and Labor Rights in the 21st Century

A Public Conference and Conversation

May 10, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania
3355 Woodland Walk, Philadelphia, PA

Conference Information:  http://www.esc.edu/labor-studies-center/ilo-2014/

Contact Jennifer.Bent@esc.edu for more information.

Announcement: Medical History Society of New Jersey spring meeting, Wed. May 7, 2014, Princeton NJ


The Medical History of Society of New Jersey has a very interesting line-up
of speakers for its spring meeting on May 7.
If you want to come, send in your reservation quickly: the food is good,
the conversations are fascinating, and the room fills up fast.
Karen
Karen Reeds, PhD, FLS
Past-President, MHSNJ   http://mhsnj.org/4.html
karenmreeds@gmail.com

Garden State Legacy's Speakers Bureau

Does your NJ history group need speakers? Are you a speaker looking for venues?

 

Garden State Legacy's Speakers Bureau can help!

 

In addition to the basic contact information, the GSL Speakers Bureau directory also lets you know:

  • Topics of the talks the speakers have available
  • If the speaker requires payment
  • How far a speaker is willing to travel
  • If they have any books to sell at the event
  • What their AV or other needs will be

 

To view the directory, please visit:

http://gardenstatelegacy.com/GSL_Speakers_Bureau.html

 

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