1800 Letter from Gavin Scott of Elizabethtown to his brother in Alnwich, England, 1800.
1887 Leonora M. Barry’s Report on Women’s Work in New Jersey. The Knights of Labor inspector of women’s work inspects Trenton, Newark, Bordentown, Lambertville and Paterson, 1887.
1903 Newark Female Charitable Society, 1903.
1907 Working Women’s Gymnastic Club, 1907, a Paterson women silk workers’ athletic club.
c. 1910s Mother Mary Xavier Mehegan (1825-1915), Roman Catholic religious, educator, and founder of the Sisters of Charity of New Jersey.
c. 1910 Marietta Boggio Botto and her family, c. 1910.
1913 “Some Things Accomplished at Whittier House” 19th annual Report of Whittier House.
1915 Whittier House Playground for children, 1915.
1915 Whittier House Kindergarten Class, 1915.
c. 1932 Rita Sapiro Finkler (1888-1968), path-breaking physician and pioneering endocrinologist.