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Jackie Robinson statue in Journal Square, Jersey City, 2007. From the #Rutgers Libraries New Jersey Neighborhoods Collection via NewJerseyDigitalHighway.org. #NJDH
Happy #Monday from the #Libraries!
#ThrowbackThursday: Horse drawn trolley at Albany and Burnet Streets in New Brunswick, 1894. This East Avenue trolley routed on Throop Avenue, George Street, Somerset Street, and French Street. From the collections of the @nbfpl, a partner of the New Jersey Digital Highway. Visit NJDigitalHighway.org for more information. #NJDH
Items from the Institute of Jazz Studies’ new #CountBasie collection on display at today’s press conference. @runewark has the live stream on Facebook and Twitter. Starting any minute! at Rutgers University—Newark
#FlashbackFriday: Description of person deported, 1927. From the Chinese Exclusion in New Jersey: Immigration Law in the Past and Present collection. Visit NJDigitalHighway.org to learn more. #NJDH
Spring has sprung at @runewark! at Rutgers University—Newark
#Rutgers, start your search engines! #QuickSearch, our new search service, is now live.
QuickSearch allows you to search our vast collection of print and electronic resources using a single, easy-to-use interface. It lets you search across collections and media types with great efficiency, accuracy, and relevancy.
Learn more at quicksearch.libraries.rutgers.edu.
Happy #Monday from the Libraries!
#ThrowbackThursday: Postcard depicting the historic Blairsden estate in Peapack, New Jersey, circa 1950. From the collections of the @clarencedillonpubliclibrary, a partner of the New Jersey Digital Highway. Learn more at NJDigitalHighway.org. #NJDH #SomersetCounty #Postcards at Peapack, New Jersey
#ThrowbackThursday: Advertisement for Joseph H. Reading's "Cheap Cash Store," Hunterdon County, NJ, 1865.
From the New Jersey broadsides collection in @rutgers_scua via NJDigitalHighway.org. #NJDH
These brand new bikes are now available to rent at the Library of Science and Medicine via the Rutgers Bicycle Rental Program! #BikeRU at Library of Science & Medicine, Science Libraries- Rutgers University
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