The Argo is a student-produced, non-profit newspaper that is not an official publication of Stockton University, staffed by students and managed by an external Board of Directors.
Materials collected by Bernard Sless, former president of the Casino Research Information Bureau, that explore the development of casinos in Atlantic City.
The collection chronicles the store's cultural evolution from its purchase by Willis Jefferson Buzby in the 1890's to its most recent renovations in 1998 by Marilyn Schmidt.
Founded by Woody Woodland and Carol Stone, this collection contains festival documents, publications, media, memorabilia, and related materials.
A guidebook for the 2014 conference of the U.S. Vernacular Architecture Forum.
Stockton University Faculty Senate annual reports, meeting minutes, proposals and other miscellaneous documents.
Hundreds of images of Hammonton, New Jersey from the Hammonton Historical Society, the Richard E. Bjork Library of Stockton University, and from members of the community. In partnership with the Town of Hammonton, Stockton University developed this project in conjunction with the Hammonton Sesquicentennial celebration of 2016.
Acquired in 2014, the collection comprises of items gathered by the Stockton Seaview between 1914 and 2003, including photographs, postcards, menus, realia, and more.
Stockton University was founded in 1969 and opened at the Mayflower Hotel on Atlantic City's Boardwalk in September 1971. This collection of Stockton publications chronicles the University's early history through the 1970s.
Stockton community news published by the Office of University Relations & Marketing.