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There’s A Run In My Tights: Classic Comic Book Covers From the Golden Age and Beyond highlights superheroes such as...

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Group Exhibition Tanya Banerjee, Joy Bibaoui, Alexis Coleman, Kelly Donnelly, Monica Elias, Mahogany Laveau, Chelsea...

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The Last Bastions of Rock is a documentary by Fritch Clark about music venues throughout New Jersey with a focus on the New...

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The Krueger-Scott Mansion  located in Newark, Essex County, New JerseyThe Krueger-Scott Oral History Collection: The Krueger-Scott Oral History Collection preserves and makes available the remarkable narratives of African-American residents of Newark who arrived during the Great Migration, as well as those whose local roots stretch back generations.

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A request from the Spinoza Society sent us into the stacks in search of Baruch Spinozas René Descartes Principiorum Philosophiae. The Dutch philosophers response to René Descartes ontological arguments concerning substance (dualistic views that Spinoza, arguably a pantheist, sought to correct) was the first and only work of his to appear in print bearing his name, and Rutgers University Libraries copy, published in Amstelodami by Johannem Riewerts, is from the first edition. What particularly interested us was the binders waste on the covers, which clearly belonged to an early printed book.

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