Unmapped New Jersey Treasure: A Research Library Hiding in Plain Sight

Sarah Minegar


Instituted in 1933 as the first historical park in the Park Service, Morristown National Historical Park (MNHP) marks a watershed moment in Park history and its involvement in the preservation movement of the early twentieth century. We at NJ Studies invited MNHP to submit the Museums, Archives, Artifacts, and Documents News entry for the Winter 2017 edition of the Journal given this issue’s focus on National Parks and the environment. We were surprised and delighted by their very unexpected and interesting submission, and- without giving too much away- hope you will be as well!

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14713/njs.v3i1.70


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