|Title||Program: Hoboken Ter-Centenary, October 4th to 12th, 1930. 1630-1930. Official Program.|
|Collection||Hoboken Parades & Events Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Charles Bogert|
|Scope & Content||
Hoboken Ter-Centenary, October 4th to 12th, 1930. 1630-1930. Official Program.
Pamphlet, 6" x 9" high; orange printed cover,  pp. Fine, clean copy except for glass ring on back cover.
See archives 208.0012.0022 for a fully imaged copy and which has transcribed text in notes.. See related.
The celebration was for the three hundredth anniversary (tercentenary; n.b. it is spelled with a hyphen in the title and without the hyphen in other text) of the purchase of Hoboken (Hobocan Hackinch[sic]) from the Indians by Michael Pauw. Henry Hudson's ship the Half-Moon landing at Hoboken in 1609 is depicted in a drawing on the front cover.
It includes: a day-by-day list of events from Saturday, October 4th to Saturday, October 12 which was Columbus Day; the line of march for the Civic and Military Parade on October 4th (there were also parades on Monday, Educational Day and on Tuesday, Veterans and Industrial Day); several hundred people listed in the committee section.
Includes full page photos of Mayor Bernard N. McFeely and Max Z. Hurwitz, Chairman.
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McFeely, Bernard N.
Hurwitz, Max Z.
|Year Range from||1930|
|Year Range to||1930|
Tercentenary of Hoboken Purchase
Parades & Pageants
Social & Personal Activity
Government & Politics