|Title||Article: Municipal Research Helps City Officials and Saves Money in Hoboken. From: The American City Magazine, Aug.1926, pp. 209-212.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Article: Municipal Research Helps City Officials and Saves Money in Hoboken. By Randolph O. Huus, Director, Bureau of Municipal Research, Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken, N.J. As published in The American City Magazine, August 1926, pp. 209-212. PDF on file.
Relates local Chamber activities since 1920 related to studies and improvements in local government and facilities.
Titles of topics in the article:
Fire Prevention Activities.
Zoning and Waste Disposal
Bureau of Municipal Research Organized
A New Water Supply Contract
A Study of Miscellaneous City Revenues
Equalization of Assessments
Analysis of Local School Expenses
A Survey of Budget Items
Snow Removal Methods and Costs
Illustrated with a Fairchild Aerial Survey photograph of the entire city taken from over Manhattan and looking northwest. Photograph is not dated, but it is from the 1920s.
Huus, Randolph O.
Gilday, John J.
Cornick, Philip H.
Swan, Herbert S.
Londrigan, James H.
Schmulling, Harry L.
|Year Range from||1926|
|Year Range to||1926|
Hoboken Chamber of Commerce
Hoboken Fire Department
Government & Politics
Business & Commerce