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Mortality and Sanitary Record of Newark, N.J. (1880)Representative of the treasures found in the Libraries' special collections, this 19th century report on health and mortality in Newark, NJ is from the Special Collections of the George F. Smith Library. Users can download the PDF or read online.

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#SpecialCollectionsSunday rolls on with this box of guitar strings from the New Brunswick Music Scene Archive in Rutgers University Special Collections and University Archives. The National Musical String Company, once the world's largest producer of musical strings as well as the sole manufacturer of harmonicas in the U.S., operated from 1897-1979. Their building still stands on Georges Road on the New Brunswick-North Brunswick border. Don't forget to join us on October 27 at Alexander Library for a panel discussion and exhibit of materials from the archive!