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The Newark News clippings file has almost 300 articles on Newark's Chinatown going back to 1873. The Newark Public Library has microfilmed the Newark News files; Dana Library has microfilm for a portion of the collection. The Chinatown articles are on Reel N-35, in the Dana Newark Collection.


Newark's Chinatown: The Mulberry Street Neighborhood Part 1 Part 2
Panel, March 21, 2011, New Jersey Historical Society, Newark. Sponsored by the Newark History Society and the Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) NJ Chapter. Moderated by Robert Steinbaum.
When Newark had a Chinatown
Talk by Yoland Skeete-Laessig at Rutgers University-Newark on September 26, 2016.


Guide to the Yoland Skeete Research Files on Newark Chinatown. 12.0 linear feet. "This collection contains the research files of Yoland Skeete who compiled a wide range of materials as part of the Newark Chinatown History project presented by the Sumei Multidisciplinary Art Center. Skeete's files include Chinese immigrant files, photographs, audio and video tapes, oral histories, T-shirts, newspaper articles on the New Jersey Chinese community, primary and secondary sources related to Newark Chinatown history, and marketing materials. It also contains manuscripts and correspondence related to Skeete's research." Collection in the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive at New York University.


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