Best Practices for Nonprofit History Organizations: Preserving New Jersey's Historic Collections Workshop Series

Preserving New Jersey's Historic Collections: Best Practices for Nonprofit History Organizations A Two-Part Workshop Series

Whether a historical society or an historic site, the building and objects your organization stewards require responsible collections care. The New Jersey Historical Commission and the New Jersey Historic Trust are pleased to present Preserving New Jersey's Historic Collections, a two-part workshop series devoted to collections care for buildings and objects.

Part One Practical Stewardship: Caring for your Building

Carnegie Libraries in New Jersey - NJSAA lecture this Thursday

Join the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance and the Union County Cultural & Heritage Commission at the Elizabeth Public Library (11 South Broad Street, Elizabeth) for a presentation by Eleonora Dubicki on "Carnegie Libraries in New Jersey, 1900-1923" this Thursday, August 9th at 4:30 pm. The Elizabeth Public Library is one of only 20 Carnegie Libraries of the original 36 left in the state that still operates as a public library. The event is free and open to the public.

Ladies of Trenton lecture at Alice Paul Institute

The New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance and the Alice Paul Institute will welcome Catherine Hudak this Wednesday, June 27, at 6:30 pm when she discusses "The Ladies of Trenton: Women's Political and Public Activism in Revolutionary New Jersey". It will take place at the Insitutute, 128 Hooten Road, Mount Laurel, and is free and open to the public.

NJ History Forum Call for Papers Deadline Extended to June 15th!

There is still time! The deadline to submit a proposal to the 2018 NJ History Forum, "Greetings from New Jersey: Popular Culture & the Garden State," is extended to Friday, June 15th. Please find submission information below or visit http://nj.gov/state/historical/dos_his_2018-0405.html. If you've already made a submission, thank you for your proposal! 

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