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Title Resolution extending sympathy to people of San Francisco by Mayor Steil & City Council, Apr. 25, 1906.
Object Name Resolution
Catalog Number 2012.004.0046
Collection Hoboken Government & Politics Collection
Credit Museum Collections.
Scope & Content Resolution extending sympathy to the people of San Francisco (after earthquake) by the Mayor and City Council on behalf of the citizens of Hoboken, April 25, 1906.

Text is in notes. Signed by eight council members:
James B. Fitzpatrick
Hermann R. Hoppe
Thomas Wren
John W. Ortlich
James Clark
Martin J. Whelan
Chas. Schultze
Charles Zang

Approved by Mayor George H. Steil with his signature on April 26, 1906.

City of Hoboken document with file notations.

The Great San Francisco Earthquake and subsequent fire was one of the America's largest disasters.
Notes archives 2012.004.0046

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WHEREAS, The terrible calamity which has overtaken our sister city of San Francisco has awakened feelings of the most profound and heartfelt sympathy over our entire land and stirred the national heart with intense fraternal sorrow,therefore, RESOLVED, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Hoboken in behalf of the people of this city hereby manifests its intense sorrow at the calamity which has befallen our sister city of San Francisco and we extend to our suffering bretheren of that city our heartfelt sympathy and express the confident hope that out of its ashes San Francisco will arise Phoenix like to be once again the Queen City of the Pacific

James B. Fitzpatrick
Hermann R. Hoppe
Thomas Wren
John W. Ortlich
James Clark
Martin J. Whelan
Chas. Schultze
Charles Zang
People Fitzpatrick, James B.
Hoppe, Hermann R.
Wren, Thomas
Ortlich, John W.
Clark, James
Whelan, Martin J.
Schultze. Charles
Zang, Charles
Steil, George H.
Date 1906
Year Range from 1906
Year Range to 1906
Search Terms City Council, Hoboken
Caption resolution
Imagefile 171\20120040046.TIF
Classification Government & Politics
Mayors
Disasters
Charity
Philanthropy