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Harvey, Albert Private35 viewsThis is a photo of Private Albert Harvey from 21 Wood Street. He was born in Newark on October 28, 1893. He served in Company G, 301st Stevedore Regiment during World War I and died as a result of an explosion. His father, William Harvey, states that he always had a smile for everyone, no matter who it was or where he was. He was buried in France.
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Bathgate Place side106 viewsCopyright photo from the Samuel Berg Collection at the Newark Public Library. To view the collection please visit their
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View of empty interior of the Essex Troop Armory, site of the 1909 Auto Show in Newark, New Jersey.109 viewsPhoto from Spooner & Wells, Detroit Public LibraryFeb 17, 2020
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106 viewsPostcardJan 13, 2020
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143 viewsPhoto from the Library of CongressOct 26, 2019
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Newark Catholic Infantry Has a Clubhouse Now124 viewsMarch 15, 1903Sep 17, 2019
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700 Soldier Dead of Newark Will be Honored by France124 viewsFebruary 22, 1920Sep 16, 2019