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Title Postcard announcements, 2: The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776-1911. HHM, Jan. 25-July 6, 2015.
Object Name Postcard
Catalog Number 2015.003.0003
Collection Hoboken Historical Museum Archives
Credit Museum Collections.
Scope & Content Postcard, two: The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776-1911. Exhibition at the Hoboken Historical Museum, January 25, 2015 - July 5, 2015.

Printed cardstock, 4" x 9" high.

Designed by McKevin Shaughnessy.
Exhibit at 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken.

1: Announcement card for opening of exhibit; it has photographic images of John Stevens (3), Edwin A. [Augustus] Stevens and Martha Bayard Stevens plus views of the Edwin A. Stevens Building at Stevens Institute of Technology and the Hoboken Free Public Library. (See archives 2015.003.0001 for poster version of this card.)

2: Announcement card for Lecture Series with list of seven lectures or tours each with a thumbnail photograph of the person giving the lecture or leading the tour. (See archives 2015.003.0002 for poster version of this card.)
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Notes List and description of the seven events in the Lecture Series
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Stevens Talk: Lee Vinsel, "How Should We Remember the Stevens Family?"

February 15, 2015 • 4pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. Dr. Lee Vinsel, professor of history at Stevens Institute of Technology, will discuss "How Should We Remember the Stevens Family?"

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Stevens Talk: Allen Kratz, "Learning from Martha Bayard Stevens: Education All Around Town"

March 8, 2015 • 4pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. Historian Allen Kratz will discuss "Learning from Martha Bayard Stevens: Education All Around Town."

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Stevens Talk: Leah Loscutoff, Tour of the Stevens Family Collections, Stevens Institute of Technology

March 15, 2015 • 2pm

Location: Samuel C. Williams Library, Stevens Institute of Technology

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. Leah Loscutoff, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian at Stevens Institute will lead a tour of the Stevens archives at the Samuel C. Williams Library.

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Stevens Talk: John Gomez, "Monuments to Hoboken: A Bus Tour of the Architectural History of the Stevens Family"

April 4, 2015 • 2pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. John Gomez, author and architectural historian, will lead a bus tour around the city, "Monuments to Hoboken: A Bus Tour of the Architectural Heritage of the Stevens Family."

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Stevens Talk: Film by John Dalton, "Tales from Castle Stevens"

April 12, 2015 • 4pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. We are pleased to present a screening of the film, "Tales from Castle Stevens." Written and produced by John Dalton, the video is narrated by eminent author and historian Richard Reeves. Both are 1960 graduates of Stevens Institute of Technology.

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Stevens Talk: Holly Metz, "Peter Lee (1804-1902): Born of slave parents, the property of Colonel John Stevens"

May 17, 2015 • 4pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. Award-winning author Holly Metz will discuss "Peter Lee (1804-1902): Born of slave parents, the property of Colonel John Stevens."

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Stevens Talk: Bob Foster, "The Stevens Legacy," a bus tour including a visit to the family plot at the Hoboken Cemetery

June 41, 2015 • 2pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

In conjunction with the exhibition, "The Extraordinary Stevens Family, A New Jersey Legacy: 1776 - 1911," the Museum has invited noted scholars and authors to address various aspects of the Stevens family's legacy. Bob Foster, Hoboken Historical Museum Executive Director, will lead a bus tour around the city and environs, "The Stevens Legacy," including a visit to Hoboken Cemetary to see the family plot.

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Sponsors listed on the publications
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Major support for this exhibition was provided by:
The New Jersey Historical Commission
Stevens Institute of Technology
The Applied Companies
John Wiley & Sons
Bijou Properties
The Rockefeller Group



Date 2015
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Search Terms HHM (Hoboken Historical Museum)
1301 Hudson St.
Caption front, 1 (left) exhibit opening; 2, lecture series
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Classification Museums
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