|Title||Clipping of published letter to Mayor & City Council from Board of Trustees, School for Industrial Education, Hoboken, May 8, 1901.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Clipping of published letter to Mayor & City Council from Board of Trustees, School for Industrial Education, Hoboken, May 8, 1901. Newspaper and publication date not indicated.
Text: Some years ago, when Mrs. Martha B. Stevens during her lifetime, together with the late John Stevens and Mr. Richard Stevens, donated twenty-six thousand dollars toward the erection of the Free Library building, it was understood that the portion thereof to be occupied by the Industrial Trustees should be permanently dedicated to the said Trustee by instrument in writing, over the signature of the Mayor. This has never been done, and our Board feels, in justice to the donors, that some action ought to be taken to that effect.
We should be pleased to confer...
Very repectfully yours, Edward Russ, President.
See archives 2007.012.0005 for a letter from 1903 on this subject.
Stevens, Martha Bayard
|Year Range from||1901|
|Year Range to||1901|
Hoboken Public Library
Manual Training School
500 Park Ave.
Government & Politics