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Featured Collection

Morris Bildner, Standing in doorway of first Bildner Brothers Grocery Store
Morris Bildner, Standing in doorway of first Bildner Brothers Grocery Store, Ridgewood (or Williamsburg) section of Brooklyn, NY, circa 1917.  Box 46.  Folder 41.

Bildner Family Kings Super Markets Collection ​

The Bildner family Kings Super Markets collection contains documents, photographs, videotapes, and other materials documenting the Bildner family and the family-run Kings Super Markets, an innovative chain of upscale supermarkets in northern New Jersey. The materials in the collection document Allen Bildner's role as president of Kings and the contributions of other members of the Bildner family from 1917-2010, including information about the sale of Kings to British retailer Marks & Spencer in the late 1980s. 

This collection belongs to Special Collections and University Archives at Rutgers University Libraries.

 

 

 

Institutional Repository (RUcore)

Introducing SOAR (Scholarly Open Access at Rutgers). The SOAR portal is now available for all faculty, doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars to deposit their scholarly work for reading by a worldwide audience. The Rutgers OA Policy went into effect Sept. 1, 2015.

Spotlights

Photos from the Jersey Collective exhibit on display at the Art Library - photo credit Haley Decker

Photos from the Jersey Collective exhibit on display at the Art Library - by Haley Decker

Photo from the Jersey Collective exhibit on display at Rutgers Art Library

Photo from the Jersey Collective exhibit at Rutgers Art Library - by Ashley Jensen

Submission to the Libraries Instagram contest

Submission to the Libraries Instagram contest

Submission to the Libraries Instagram contest

Submission to the Libraries Instagram contest

Letter from a broken hearted borrower

Letter from a broken hearted borrower (photo credit: Irina Radeva)