|Title||Three clippings regarding Hoboken history from local newspapers, not identified, ca. 1955-1960.|
|Collection||Hoboken Library & Literary Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Bert Palmeri.|
|Scope & Content||
Three clippings regarding Hoboken history from local newspapers, not identified, ca. 1955-1960.
1. Column titled "Looking Backward. Shortest Route From Hoboken To Jersey City Heights in 'Saucy Seventies' was Horse Car Elevator Adjacent to Leight's Brewery. Photo from 1874 of the horse car elevator at 14th Street Hoboken going up to Jersey CityHeights before the viaduct was constructed. Shown are Leight's Brewery, the skating pond and Pohlmann's Pavillion, a dance hall and meeting place. Source of the photograph is not identified.
Clipping 2. Column titled "Looking Backward. Fagan Mansion, one of Finest in Hoboken, Replaced by Modern Apartment Building." The house of former Mayor Lawrence Fagan was at the northwest corner of 10 and Hudson Sts. Mentions Castle Point Terrace and the Maxwell House Coffee plant. Source of the photograph is not identified.
Clipping 3. "Times Hoboken Remembers" Harbor Cradled American Yachting." Illustrated by image of May 16, 1866 opening regatta. Discusses John Stevens, Elysian Fields, the New York Yacht Club, and shipbuilder William Capes. Source of image not given. Date of article is 1956 as determined from the first paragraph.
|Year Range from||1955|
|Year Range to||1960|
New York Yacht Club
Maxwell House Coffee plant
Business & Commerce