The Newark Preservation & Landmarks Committee

WELCOME TO The Newark Preservation & Landmarks Committee (NPLC) on-line. Our award-winning logo shows the 18th century Plume House "preserved" in a Mason jar tells the story...


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Since our early days the Committee has been identified by a unique logotype -- an historic building "preserved" inside a canning jar. The symbol was designed by Johnson & Simpson, a graphic design firm that was at one time on Bleeker Street opposite the Rutgers-Newark campus. Milton Simpson, a strong supporter of preservation, arranged to put a photograph of the Plume House, one of the oldest in Newark, into a Mason jar, and then took a picture of it. The Plume House serves as an important reminder that Newark, New Jersey is the third oldest city in the United States with a diverse and rich culture that deserves to be protected. IT'S YOUR HISTORY! Join NPLC Today -- the time for preservation is NOW







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