One of the treasures of Newark. Founded in 1909, the Newark Museum is the largest museum in New Jersey. Collections include the best collection of Tibetan art in the Western hemisphere. In line with the philosophy of its founding Director, John Cotton Dana, the Museum has always had an unusually strong service and educational commitment.
Art For All: The Special Collections. Samantha Johnston and Rosie Uyola. Clementine Productions, 2008.
Documentary on the history of Special Collections at Newark Public Library from John Cotton Dana to William Dane.
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