Newark People

Old Newark


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Pawa, Irving1059 views
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Pawa, Irving1015 views
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Pawa, Irving (Obit)1233 viewsFrom Jack A. Pawa
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Pawa, Irving Story1016 views
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Pearson, Estelle & Betty Lou823 viewsPhoto from Alex Borsos Jr.
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Penek, Peter413 viewsPeter Penek is standing in the doorway of the George Penek Florist shop
Photo from Lynn Smilow
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Petillo, Mary430 viewsMary Petillo, forelady of a Newark, New Jersey factory making lamp bulbs and tubes for the Signal Corps, is an active member of her plant's laboratory management committee. The committee, set up in cooperation with the War Production Board's drive to speed victory, was elected in Mary's plant from a personnel of 1700, 350 of them men. Vice-president of her local, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Congress of Industrial Organization, Mary achieved the job of forelady by working working as a hand at many varied operations. She has made a suggestion to conserve bakelite lamp bases formerly discarded--a suggestion now in use at the plant--and is also the inventor of an apparatus which prevents short-circuiting during tests of lamps

From “Library of Congress”
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Pietrucka, Frank & Dorothy1137 views
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Rachmiel, Father & Sandy1049 views
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Rachmiel, Mother & Sandy1009 views
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Raimo Family169 viewsPhoto form Richard Caggiano Jr.
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Rau, Florence1032 views
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Rau, Harry937 views
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Rau, Henry & Florence with Florence984 views
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Reese, Ane Johanna Larsen311 viewsPhoto from Jeff Ross
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Reese, Emil & Max325 viewsPhoto from Jeff Ross
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Reese, Laurits283 viewsPhoto from Jeff Ross
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Reese, Max Frederik Wilhelm294 viewsPhoto from Jeff Ross
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Reissner Mary Sefcick1001 views
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Reissner, Henry with Anthony Scardaville(on car)1075 views
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Rimback, Bridget Quale335 viewsBorn 1859
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Robertello, Josephine873 viewsJosephine Robertello at her confirmation at St. Lucy’s Church c. 1926.
Photo from Rose Mary Sheldon
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Robertello, Josephine (left)855 viewsSussex Avenue School, June 1929
Photo from Rose Mary Sheldon
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Roman, Harry838 viewsNewark Memories Contributor
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Roth, Richard489 viewsMy father, Richard N. Roth (1922-2011) was raised in the Weeqhahic Section and lived in Newark until 1953, when he relocated to Hillside.

My mother’s father operated a trucking business in Newark which was established around 1930 on Morris Ave and later relocated to the corner of 12th St. and 13th Ave. My Dad assumed ownership in 1959 when my grandfather passed away. The firm remained in Newark until well after the riots. My grandfather was also a co-owner of the E & A Bus Company, which operated the #32 bus (South Orange Independent Line) that ran up South Orange Avenue.

My other Grandfather, Jacob Roth, also a Newark resident for much of his life, ran a butcher shop.

The above photo is of my father in front of the Billiard Academy at 25 Banta Place, Hackensack.

Photo from Stacy Flora Roth
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Ruben, David786 views(L to R) Sanford Krause, Donald Goldfarb, Melvin Schwartz, Eugene Gibbs, David Ruben, Arnold Dwarkin, on ground is Jay Goldberg.
We all hung out at Hatoff's Candy store on the corner of Clinton place and Weequahic Ave in the 50's. The group picture is of the gang on Bradley beach. I am not in the picture as I was the photographer (David Gornitzky)
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Russell, Anna Wilson968 views
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Russell, Anna Wilson938 views
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Russo, William911 views
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Russomanno, Emilio125 viewsSunday Star 1920
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Sabia, James1055 viewsOwner of A. B. & C. Paper Box Company.
97 Cabinet Street
Newark, NJ
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Saf, Max142 viewswith her father
Photo from Max Saf
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Saf, Max148 viewswith her grandmother, and and cousins in the Weequahic Park Barracks (Bastogne Square)
Photo from Max Saf
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Samociuk, Stefan (Stephen Samov)411 viewsBorn in Poland and emigrated to the USA in the early 1900's.
I am trying to discover when he died. Any information please contact me, Monika Charuj-Cataldi monicharuj76@hotmail.it
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Santos, Frank1035 viewsIn Independence Park 1953
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Scardaville, Anthony986 views
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Schneider, Emil990 views
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Schwartz, Melvin706 views(L to R) Sanford Krause, Donald Goldfarb, Melvin Schwartz, Eugene Gibbs, David Ruben, Arnold Dwarkin, on ground is Jay Goldberg.
We all hung out at Hatoff's Candy store on the corner of Clinton place and Weequahic Ave in the 50's. The group picture is of the gang on Bradley beach. I am not in the picture as I was the photographer (David Gornitzky)
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Schweitzer, William353 views
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Serra Family989 views
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Serra, Giovanni & Guiditta949 views
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Seuffert, Larry448 viewsA member of the Bay View Wheelmen (on left)

Photo from Lynn Seuffert
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Shakalatuda Family474 viewsPhoto from Joseph Musso Jr.
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Sharp, Charles S.355 views1877-1970
Photo from Christina Sharp
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Simon, Marvin1045 viewsPhoto from David Gornitzky
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Spohn, August1001 views
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Spohn, Bruno and Charlotte938 views
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Spohn, Jule912 views
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Spohn, Jule900 viewsJune 27, 1962 at Chapultepec Palace in Mexico City while guarding President and Mrs. Kennedy. Twenty years old and guarding the President of the United States. The highlight of my Marine Corps career.
Photo from Jule Spohn
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Spohn, Jule & Friends1057 views~1950
Photo from Jule Spohn
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Spohn, Julius Herman & Julius John1056 views
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Steck, Charles362 viewsCharles Steck (holding the reins), owned a coal and ice business on South 15th Street. The photo was taken around 1920. His brother, Gus Steck, also owned a coal business and was the father of orchestra leader Gus Steck.

Photo from Steve Borres
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Steck, Fred363 viewsFred Steck's Lunch Room at 313 Springfield Avenue (~1890)

Photo from Steve Borres
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Stieber, Anton and Christina Joeck Kraus962 viewsPhoto from Joyce Myers
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Straley, Charles974 views
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Sward, Rose873 viewsMayor Ellenstien, Rose Sward, Dr. Keller (Hospital Director)
Photo from Matthew S. Sward
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Taylo, Gene969 viewsmikd 1940's
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Thomas, Chester991 views
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Thomas, Chester & Viola1030 views
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Tighe Family998 views
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