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|Image||Item Name||Accession number||Description||Type of Object|
|1973 Concerned Citizens of Millburn-Short Hills Letter||2016.002.002B||
Unsigned 1973 letter to Millburn residents urging the residents to vote no on proposed building i
|Racquets Club Fire Star Ledger Newspaper Article||2016.002.003A, 2016.002.003B||
Two parts of what seems to have been a three-part Feb.
|Racquets Club Fire Item Newspaper||2016.002.004||
February 9, 1978 edition of The Item, which covered the Racquets Club fire.
|March 1, 1884 Scientific American weekly journal||2014.031.001||
sixteen-page March 1, 1884 Scientific American weekly journal of practical information, art, scie
|Edward Dufner oil painting of family picnicking in central park||2016.005.001||
An oil painting on canvas by Edward Dufner.
|Stewart Hartshorn Co stock certificate #166 for George L. Flick, Jr.||2015.002.025||
Stock certificate for one share of the Stewart Hartshorn Company, issued to George L. Flick, Jr.
|Stewart Hartshorn Company stock certificate #133||2015.002.023||
Stewart Hartshorn Company roller shade company stock certificate for one share sold to Stewart Ha
|Ca. 1856 Envelope to John Fitch, Esq.||2016.008.001||
This postally used and canceled, ca.
|1929 Essex County Board of Elections Map||2007.064.001||
April 1, 1929 map labeled: "Township of Millburn; Essex County Board of Elections; April 1, 1929"
|1929 Printer's Plate Millburn Street Map||2016.011.001||
Galvanized metal (tin?) printer's plate of a 1929 street map of Millburn Twp.,which is nailed to
|Awful Awful Glass from Bond's||2014.032.001||
Per the donor: "Bonds, an ice cream and sandwich shop, opened in a strip mall on Morris Avenue (a
|Chanticler Matchbox||2010.31.1a , 2010.31.1b , 2010.31.2a , 2010.31.2b , 2010.31.3a , 2010.31.3b||
Three matchboxes found in an estate sale being conducted by the donor.
|"Are Drugs a Threat to Millburn Youth?" Poster||2014.033.001||
Cardboard poster advertising a Millburn junior and senior high PTA March 13, 1968 evening program
|1938 Short Hills Post Office opening first day cancel envelope||2016.007.001||
An envelope with overall yellowing, especially along the top edge, from the 1938 Short Hills Post
|Snyder Triplets; WWII Mess Hall Cooks||2016.008.001||
B/w press photo of the Snyder triplets, Bill, Jack, and Charles in WW II.