|Title||Article: Hoboken. A Terminal of the North German Lloyd Line. 1863-1917. Offprint: Yearbook of the Bremen Historical Soc., v. 90, 2011.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Dr. Christian Ostersehlte.|
|Scope & Content||
Hoboken. Ein Lloydterminal bei New York. 1863 bis 1917. (A Terminal of the North German Lloyd Line. 1863-1917.) Published in Bremisches Jahrbuch (Yearbook of the Bremen Historical Society), Vol. 90, 2011, pp. 129-200.
Text in German, untranslated. A scholarly article on the history of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company and Hoboken, its American home port up the entry of the U.S. into World War I. Illustrated with fifteen photos or reproductions (some from Hoboken Historical Museum collections.) It includes a 2010 photo of the Hoboken area at Fourth Street and the Hudson River where the NGL piers and buildings were once located.
Topics include the 1900 pier fire.
|Year Range from||2011|
|Year Range to||2011|
North German Lloyd Line
|Caption||pg 129 beginning of article|
Business & Commerce