Historical Map of Newark, New Jersey, 1666-1916
Compiled for the 250th celebration by Edward S. Rankin, C.E., August 1916, revised January 1918.
1872 Map of the City of Newark
F.W. Beers map from the 1872 State Atlas of New Jersey.
Newark, circa 1874.
From the Library of Congress Panoramic Maps series.
Atlas of the City of Newark, New Jersey: From Official Records, Private Plans & Actual Surveys.
Scarlett and Scarlett. Newark, N.J., 1889.
37 detailed maps. Includes information on land owners and building materials.
Special Collections Call Number: XFOLIO G1259 .N5S33
Atlas of the City of Newark, New Jersey: From Official Records, Private Plans and Actual Surveys.
Elisha Robinson. New York, E. Robinson, 1901.
Special Collections Call Number: SNCLXF G1259 .N5R6 1901
Robinson's Atlas of the City of Newark, New Jersey. Compiled From Official Records, Private Plans and Actual Surveys. Elisha Robinson. Newark, N.J., E. Robinson, 1926-1927. 3 vols.
Vol 1: Embracing the section of the City North from Penn. R.R. Market Street and South Orange Avenue to 12th Street to Central Avenue; Vol. 2: Embracing the Section of the City South to Market Street and South Orange Avenue, the Vailsburg Section and West to Broad Street., Poinier Street and Elizabeth Avenue to City Line; Vol. 3: Embracing the Section of the City South and East from Penna. R.R. and Market Street to Broad Street, to Poinier Street, to Elizabeth Avenue thence to City Line.
Detailed maps show buildings, dwellings and businesses, and indicate building materials, ward lines, water pipes, sewers, and paved or unimproved streets.
Dana Call Number: NEWARK G1259 .N5R63 1926
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