City of Englewood & Schools – Historical Documents

Mayors of the City of Englewood

Historical Society

City of Englewood Historical Documents

Important Dates in Englewood's History

1776
1859
1890
1899
1901
1914
1931
1967
1968
1979
1990
2000
2004
WASHINGTON’S ARMY ESCAPES TRAP
COMING OF RAILROAD, ENGLEWOOD FOUNDED
ENGLEWOOD HOSPITAL OPENED
ENGLEWOOD GRANTED CITY CHARTER
ENGLEWOOD FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY OPENED
ENGLEWOOD CARNEGIE LIBRARY OPENED
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE OPENS
RACIAL UNREST, POLITICAL CHANGE
ENGLEWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY MOVED TO ENGLE ST
VOTERS APPROVE CHARTER CHANGE
PALISADES COURT SHOPPING CENTER BUILT
CHANGE TO ELECTED BOARD OF EDUCATION
VOTERS OK SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BOND

Englewood Schools Archival Documents

Below you will find documents having to do with Englewood schools. To speed up load times, each document is embedded in a separate page. The complete collection is housed over at Scribd.

Document Name

Document Origin

  • Englewood Board of Education
  • by Cornelius J. Westervelt, Mrs. G. Kingsley Noble, G. L. Cory, William J. Fitzpatrick, and Arthur H. Springer
  • Harry L. Stearns, Superintendent of Schools
  • The Englewood Board of Education
  • John J. Herrick; M. J. Conrad; M. P. Garofalo
  • The Englewood Board of Education
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Report to Commissioner Frederick M. Raubinger from George C. Boone, Robert Flood & more
  • A Report to the Board of Education
  • Mark R. Shedd, Arden House, Harriman, NY
  • Barbara Loomis Jackson - Master's Essay, Teacher's College, Columbia University, NY
  • by Joan S. Levine - Instructional Consultant, Donald R. Quarles School, Englewood, NJ

  • LeRoy McCloud - Dissertation submitted to the Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University NJ
  • New Jersey Department of Education
  • The articles in this collection were scanned from local newspapers


  • Evan Goldfine - Dissertation submitted to the History Department, Rutgers University NJ
  • Gregory H. Ruben - Bachelor of Arts in the Department of History, Princeton University

It is our goal to eventually make all of our Englewood schools collection materials online.  Until then, please click here (pdf) to view a list of the related collection materials that are available in print form for in-library use.

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