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Searchable by city and date. Extremely detailed, large scale plans of New Jersey cities and towns drawn at a scale of 50 feet to an inch. Includes the size, outline, and often the function, of each building. The maps also give street names, street and sidewalk widths, property boundaries, building use, and house and block numbers. Rutgers-restricted Access
Princeton has digitized its extensive Sanborn map collection. Includes maps not available in the Digital Sanborn Maps database.
Fire Insurance Maps from the Sanborn Map Company Archives : Late 19th century to 1990, New Jersey [microform]
Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, c1992.
24 microfilm reels. Detailed maps of 167 New Jersey cities and towns covering the period 1945-1991. These maps were not deposited with the Library of Congress and are not duplicated in the Digital Sanborn Maps database. Alex: Microfilm 2754 Camden: Microfilm G3811.G475S2 1992 (Reel 2 only).
Trenton, New Jersey Public Library Commission, 1945.
Origins of 930 names of New Jersey governmental and geographical subdivisions. List compiled by the New Jersey Writers Project in 1938; includes those names "whose authenticity has been reasonably established."
This collection of digital maps includes many historic maps from Rutgers University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives. Users can browse by subject terms (e.g. agriculture or railroads) and by counties of New Jersey.