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In With the Old! What's "new" in Special Collections

Two workers in bonnets bending over in field.

Evans Family Photographs, about 1895 to 1960

The Evans Family owned a large dairy farm in Evesham Township. They were also part-owners of the Evans and Wills Inc. cranberry and blueberry farming company. This photograph collection includes early images of cranberry and dairy farming, as well as farm life and farm laborers.

Circa 1860 hand-drawn map of Atsion Furnace lands.

Possibly drawn by surveyor Samuel Clement. 

Student Senate Records

The Student Senate first met in 1982. This collection contains their minutes, constitutions, and newsletters up to the present day. 

Program cover, Conference on Atlantic City, Touris

Conference on Atlantic City, Tourism and Social Change Collection, May 1982

Selected papers from the May 1982 conference at Stockton. 

Black and white photograph of 4 men standing in front of cars and a building, Mississippi 1966.

James Cooper Papers, 1963-1966

James Cooper, an Atlantic City lawyer, went to Mississippi in 1966 to defend clients as part of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law. This collection contains his notes, photographs, and materials collected from his trip.