Trentoniana, started in 1906 at the Trenton Free Public Library (established 1902), is a treasure trove of documents and artifacts related to Trenton.   Researchers can explore any period of American history by utilizing the archives at Trentoniana.   Trenton is rich in industrial history, art, music, theater, labor unions and more.   Research projects especially focusing on the 1940s through the present day are of particular interest.   Collecting materials and stories of new communities is also important in order to preserve and represent the histories of recently established immigrant neighborhoods.   Trentoniana welcomes students and researchers of all backgrounds to explore the wealth of information and materials available at the Trenton Free Public Library.