(NOTE: Titles in burgundy are links to pdf files of the collection.)
Collection 51. The Hammond-Hart Papers. Collection includes the papers and records of the Hammond and Hart families of Hopewell and Schooley’s Mt., NJ. Follow link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 54. Records of the East Amwell Bicentennial Committee. Collection includes records and papers resulting from the activities and products of the East Amwell Township Bicentennial Committee. Records include incorporation and other papers, maps, correspondence, the original manuscript of The History of East Amwell 1700-1800, fund raising projects, copies of original items regarding the American Revolution, and other miscellaneous materials. No inclusive record dates for this collection are given. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 55. Cable Television Papers. Collection includes records and published material documenting the introduction of Cable Television into Hunterdon County. Records include legal papers of incorporation and operation in New Jersey, principally Raritan Township; they relate primarily to Cable Communications, Inc. and Storer Cable, Inc. Also included are Hunterdon County Democrat papers and clippings regarding cable television, as well as documentation from various other newspapers. Records date primarily from 1978-1980. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 57. Hunterdon County Historical Society Collection Part V. Collection includes a very large and assorted grouping of unassociated records. Follow link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 58. The Norman C. Wittwer Collection II. Collection includes another and more sizable group of the papers and records of Norman C. Wittwer of Tewksbury, NJ. Follow link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 59. The David L. Ringo Collection. Collection includes the papers and records of David L. Ringo, featuring extensive research into the history and genealogy of the area of Ringoes, NJ, and Amwell Township. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 60. The Flemington Auction Market Collection. Collection includes records and other materials from the Flemington Auction Market, including letters, booklets, advertisements, Cut Glass items, a photograph file, and a story board. No inclusive record dates for this collection are given. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 61. The Engeman – Large Papers. Collection includes personal papers and organizational records of the Engeman and Large families of Flemington, NJ. Follow link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 62. The Matthews Papers. Collection includes newspaper clippings and documents relating to the careers of John J. Matthews Sr. and John J. Matthews Jr. of High Bridge, NJ, as well as to the Hiney family to whom they were related. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 64. Flemington Children’s Choir School I. Collection includes the history of the Choir School, 4 books for children’s choir, biographies of Elizabeth Vosseller, Elias Vosseller and Norman Landis, the story of “The Singing Village,” correspondence, and memorabilia.
Collection 65. The N. Burr Coryell Collection. This collection consists entirely of genealogical material collected and researched by N. Burr Coryell. It is not maintained as a separate collection but has instead been co-located and interfiled into the Deats Genealogical Files. It may be referenced and utilized with that collection, which is available in the reference room of the Deats Memorial Library.
Collection 66. Flemington National Bank Collection. Collection consists of periodicals, booklets, advertising, photographs, bound manuscript ledgers, day books, and other records detailing operations of this historical Flemington business.
Collection 67. Hunterdon County Historical Society Collection Part VI. Collection includes another assorted grouping of unassociated records, please follow the link for details. – Download Inventory List –
Collection 69. The William Fisher Papers. Collection includes deeds, wills, inventories, executor papers, and bible records of the Smith, Lanning, Van Marter, and Fisher families. No inclusive record dates for this collection are given. Download Inventory List
Collection 70. Papers of the Hunterdon County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Collection includes records and papers that document the organizational history of the Hunterdon County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Download Inventory List
Collection 72. Independent Order of Odd Fellows (1848-1976). Collection includes minutes and other records of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Powhatan Lodge #72 of Ringoes, NJ. It also includes the constitution of the lodge, member lists, officer’s role books, annual statistical reports, ceremonies, ritual books, and minute books. Records date from 1848 to 1974. Download Inventory List
Collection 73. Hiram E. Deats Papers II. Collection includes a large group of general correspondence, personal papers, family papers, philatelic records, records of societies and organizations, Agassiz Association records, photographs, and miscellaneous materials of Hiram E. Deats of Flemington, NJ. For a detailed container list for this collection.
Collection 74. The George Engeman Jr. Papers. George Engeman Jr. was a former Mayor of Flemington. This collection includes correspondence concerning his father, George Engeman, and his uncle, William Engeman. It also includes a series of printed material from his father’s days as a Midshipman in the Navy, his own education at the Bordentown Military Institute, and a selection of his father’s articles published in Baltimore, MD newspapers. Records date from approximately 1908 to 1936. Download Archives Detail | Download Container List
Collection 75. The Bartles Papers II. This collection, an amalgamation of sources and materials spanning nearly two centuries, consists largely of court dockets, deeds, articles of agreement, account information, and correspondence related to Charles Bartles, his law practice, and his family. One principal attraction of this collection is the group of court docket books within it; these dockets are highly valuable as they supplement the official record of cases from the Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas for the first half of the nineteenth century. Other items of note include documents discussing the treatment and sale of slaves in the area, the construction of the Flemington Rail Road, and the Civil War as it related to Hunterdon County.