Booklets, Pamphlets and Brochures
Dedication of the Camp Merritt Memorial: May 30, 1924
History and General Information
Camp Merritt - Miscellaneous, from various sources
Remembering Camp Merritt - by John Spring, Bergen County Historical Society
Lest We Forget - by Guy W. Ferdon: November 6, 1925.
September 7, 1917: New York Times - Big City for Army Begun in Jersey.
September 8, 1917: New York Times - Start Work on New Camps.
June 12, 1918: New York Times - $25,173,417 Spent on Army Hospitals.
August 6, 1918: New York Times - Army is Hampered by Absent Soldiers.
November 1, 1918: New York Times - "Good Luck, Sam," Coming.
November 10, 1918: New York Times - Gymnasium for Merritt.
November 10, 1918: New York Times - Merritt Eleven Beaten: Camp Devens Springs Surprise in Football Battle.
April 7, 1919: New York Times - 5,000 See Camp Merritt Minstrels.
April 26, 1919: New York Times - 7 Killed as Autos Crash at Merritt.
October 26, 1919: New York Times - To Give Up Camp Merritt: Returning Troops from Overseas will Be Sent to Dix.
January 24, 1920: New York Times - Camp Merritt Buildings Sold.
Februray 24, 1920: New York Times - Camp Merritt Site to be Clear July 1.
May 31, 1934: New York Times - Children at Camp Merritt.
April 5, 1935: New York Times - Offers Camp Merritt Park Bill.
April 8, 1967: Bergen Record - Camp Merritt Honored U.S. Officer.
April 19, 1967: Bergen Record - Last Stop for 578,566 Doughboys on the Way to War.
August 25, 1980: Bergen Record - Monument marks site of WWI camp.
November 3, 2004: Northern Valley Suburbanite - Camp Merritt ceremonies to mark 80th anniversary.
November 10, 2004: Northern Valley Suburbanite - County Celebrates WWI Monument.
March 12, 2008: Northern Valley Suburbanite - Recalling the Past of Camp Merritt: Army historian returns to old home and army base site.
June 11, 2009: Northern Valley Suburbanite - Historian discusses Camp Merritt's roots.