The City of Newark Archives and Records Management Center at 295 Halsey Street is a central repository for the records of Newark city departments back to the 19th century. Researchers can make an appointment to visit the Archives Reading Room (Phone: 973/733-5607; Email: email@example.com). Currently, access is by appointment along with proof of a negative Covid test no more than 72 hours prior to the visit.>
List of Collections [From the Newark Archives Project]
The Newark Public Library has digitized many of the municipal documents in its collections. These can be searched at: Newark Public Library Digital Repository
The City of Newark Archives and Records Management Center has the printed "Message with Reports" for 1869, 1871-1915.
The City of Newark Archives and Records Management Center has a collection of individual department reports spanning 1900-1994.
The Newark Municipal Documents collection consists of microfiche of assorted annual reports and other documents produced by Newark city departments and agencies between 1973 and 1996. The fiche are housed with the Dana Newark collection and are available for in-house use from the Dana Library Reference Desk.
The following departments and agencies are included in the collection. Note that these are selected publications and only one or two reports may be available from a specific agency or department.
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