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Department of Institutions & Agencies (Human Services) - Medical and Veterans Hospitals


The state's homes for veterans are currently administered by the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

Researchers should note that patient registers and records disclosing the delivery of medical care are subject to statutory privacy restrictions. Access to the collections listed on this page is administered accordingly.


See also: Department of Defense - Adjutant General's Office (Administrative Records)

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Hospital for Chest Diseases
Minutes of the Board of Managers [incomplete], 1914-1975
Control #:
SINHO001
Format:
6 c.f. (43 vols.)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Notes:
Also known as the New Jersey Sanatorium for Tuberculosis Diseases; located in Glen Gardner, Hunterdon County.
Restrictions:
Portions of these records may be confidential as per NJSA 30:4-24.3

Series:
Department of Human Services
New Jersey Hospital for Chest Diseases
Patient Case Files, 1960s-1970s
Control #:
SINHO002
Format:
2 c.f. (2 boxes)
Restrictions:
Confidential per NJSA 30:4-24.3

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Hospital for Chest Diseases
Admission Registers [incomplete], 1907-1967
Control #:
SINHO003
Format:
2.5 c.f. (8 vols.)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Notes:
Also known as the New Jersey Sanatorium for Tuberculosis Diseases; located in Glen Gardner, Hunterdon County.
Restrictions:
Patient records are confidential as per NJSA 30:4-24.3

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Hospital for Chest Diseases
Discharge Records, 1907-1967
Control #:
SINHO004
Format:
1.5 c.f. (7 volumes)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Notes:
Also known as the New Jersey Sanatorium for Tuburculosis Diseases; located in Glen Gardner. Hunterdon County.
Restrictions:
Patient records are confidential as per NJSA 30:4-24.3

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers
Case Files [incomplete], ca. 1866-1920s
Control #:
SINSH001
Format:
37 c.f. (74 boxes)
Arrangement:
Alphabetical by resident
Notes:
Sections of the alphabet were lost prior to the transfer of this series to the Archives (including the K's, L's, Mc's).
Finding Aid:
Click here!

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers
Annual Reports, 1876-1912
Control #:
SINSH002
Format:
0.2 c.f. (4 vols.)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Notes:
Includes 1876, 1887, 1894 and 1912.

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers
Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1866-1903
Control #:
SINSH003
Format:
1.2 c.f. (4 vols., 1 portfolio)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Notes:
Includes minutes of the Commission to Select and Purchase a Site and Erect a Building for a new Home for Disabled Soldiers.
Restrictions:
Some information may be confidential as per NJSA 30: 4-24.3.
Finding Aid:
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Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers
Admission Registers, 1866-1976
Control #:
SINSH004
Format:
1.75 c.f. (3 vols., 1 folder)
Arrangement:
By surname first letter, chronological
Restrictions:
Some information may be confidential as per NJSA 30:4-24.3
Finding Aid:
Click here!

Series:
Department of Institutions and Agencies
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers
Superintendent's Log, 1873-1874
Control #:
SINSH005
Format:
0.25 c.f. (1 vol.)
Arrangement:
Chronological
Restrictions:
Some information may be confidential as per NJSA 30:4-24.3

Series:
New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers, Sailors or Marines and Their Wives
Annual Report, 1908
Control #:
SZDIW001
Format:
0.1 c.f. (1 report)


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Series:
Soldiers' Children's Home of New Jersey
Records, 1865-1877
Control #:
SZSOL001
Format:
2.25 c.f. (5 boxes)
Arrangement:
Various
Notes:
Home established to provide care for orphaned children of Civil War soldiers.

Series:
Soldiers' Children's Home of New Jersey
Annual Reports, 1871-1876
Control #:
SZSOL002
Format:
0.2 c.f. (4 reports)
Notes:
Includes 1871, 1874-1876.


~ The collections listed on this page represent 54.95 c.f. of paper records ~



To contact the New Jersey State Archives about research, reference services, records transfers or donations, please email us at njarchives@sos.state.nj.us


For additional and/or more recent records relating to this topic, contact:


Senator Garret W. Hagedorn Gero-Psychiatric Hospital, 200 Sanatarium Road, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826, Tel. (908) 537-2141

New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home - Menlo Park, 132 Evergreen Road, PO Box 3013, Edison, NJ 08818-3013, tel. 732-452-4269, website: www.nj.gov/military/veterans/health.html


This page last updated 06/05/2006