|Title||Article: HOBOCAN HACKINGH. Colonel John Stevens developing Hoboken; land auction; Extract from Winfield, published in Hoboken newspaper, Jan. 15, 1896.|
|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
|Collection||Hoboken Newspaper & Journals Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Leonard J. Taylor|
|Scope & Content||
Newspaper article: HOBOCAN HACKINGH
The Land is this City First Improved in 1804.
"The New City of Hoboken"
Was the Name Colonel Stevens Gave to the Property He Offered at Auction the "Tontine Coffee House in the City of New York" - Eight Hundred Lots of Ground He Wished to Dispose of.
(Extracts from Winfield's History of Hoboken.)
Published Wednesday, January 15, 1896 in a local newspaper (name not known, but display ads on reverse are Hoboken businesses.) A full height single column (scanned image is in overlapping sections.)
The clipping was part of series of at least 14 extracts taken from Winfield's history and credited in the title as "Extracts from Winfield's History of Hoboken." This one is probably the fourth. They were all published in published in January and dated by the collectors, Matthias H. and May Georgia Taylor of 525 Garden St., in pencil or ink.
This source text was: Hopoghan Hackingh. Hoboken, A Pleasure Resort for Old New York. This work was an 80-page history of the city written by Charles H. Winfield and published by Caxton Press, New York in 1895. See library catalog 2004.056.0001 for the original source.
The article may be considered as promotion for the volume.
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|Year Range from||1896|
|Year Range to||1896|
525 Garden St.