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Title Brochure: The Club. The Railroad Y.M.C.A., 53 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J. N.d., ca. 1906-1910.
Object Name Brochure
Catalog Number 2001.126.0053
Collection Hoboken Societies & Organizations Collection
Credit Museum Collection.
Scope & Content Brochure: The Club. The Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, 53 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1906-1910. Printed single folio, 3-3/4" wide x 8-1/2" high; poor condition - split at fold; top left corner missing. Shield shaped inkstamp on front cover: Historical Library American Y.M.C.A. __ [last letter not legible].

The organization was founded in 1889. Text below.

[cover]
THE CLUB
[logo The Railroad Young Men's Christian Association]
53 Washington St.
Hoboken, N. J.

[photo]
Reading Room
All leading Daily Papers, Monthly Magazines and Special Trade Journals.

pp [2-3]
Will You Have ___________
LOOK THIS OVER

[cartoon illustration of bathroom]
Bath Tub
Worth double the price of membership

For the Intellectual Life
Classes in the following
ARITHMETIC ENGLISH LITERARY CLUB
MECHANICAL DRAWING PENMANSHIP
BOOKKEEPING STENOGRAPHY
TYPEWRITING, ETC.
TUITION, - (Including term of twenty lessons)
English Courses$2.00
Mechanical Drawing 5.00
Bookkeeping 5,00
Stenography 7.50
First Aid to Injured 1.50

[photo illustation of beds in a sleeping room]

A SLEEPING ROOM

15c. to Members 35c. to Non-Members
Just what many men have beerv looking for
Smoking Room in Basement Parlor

_________for the Spiritual Life
The general atmosphere of the building is
tended to be of special help to the morals of
he men. A service of song and praise conducted
each Sunday.

Classes for Bible instruction are conducted in
the building, Sundays at 5.15 P.M., Mondays
S.30 A. M" Thursdays 2.30 P. M.

A noon-day service for Praise and Prayer, is con-
ducted each Thursday noon at 12 30 o'clock.
A cordial invitation extended to all members
to attend the above whenever possible.

[photo illustration of men in pool room]
POOL TABLE
Where many Happy Hours are spent, while
waiting for business.

For the Social Life
Entertainments and Receptions are conducted
each month for the benefit of members and their
families. Announcements are made in the Railroader
and on the Bulletin Boards. The Game
Rooms are furnished with Pool, Checkers, Chess, &c

Library Club Membership Card
granting to agents and station help and men who
do not run to Hoboken, the privilege of drawing
books from the library at will.
Books will be sent out on request "R. R. B.,"
and may be returned in the same manner.
The cost of a library membership is ($1.00)
per year.
A membership in the Association, carrying with it the
full privileges, including the Library Club, may be
obtained for $3.00 per year.

[pg 4]

Open 24 hours every day in the year.

Visitors Cordially Welcomed

Invitation

YOU are cordially invited to become a member
of the Association.
THE OBJECT is to provide for the comfort
and pleasure of men who are, situated in a way
that they may profit by the privileges, or desirous
of providing such privileges for others.
Membership Rates $3.00 per year
For Employees of
Lackawanna Railroad
Hoboken Ferry Co.
Pullman Company
Union News Co.
United States Ex. Co.

For all others $5.00 per year
Sustaining Membership, $10.00 and over

______________ 19 ____
I hereby make application for membership in the Lackawanna
Railroad Department Young Men's Christian Association of
Hoboken, N. J., and agree to pay my annual dues promptly,
UNTIL I PRESENT A WRITTEN RESIGNATION.
Name
Signed
Residence
Business Address
Employed by
Department
Position Age
Church Member Yes No

References
Secured by
$ ________ No. ________
P. S .- Fill the above out to-day. Bring it in if
possible, otherwise send it in by mail.



Notes



Date 1906-1910
Year Range from 1906
Year Range to 1910
Search Terms Railroad YMCA
Y.M.C.A.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Hoboken Ferry Company
United States Express Company
53 Washington St.
Caption pg [1] cover
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Classification Men
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Religion
Transportation
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Social & Personal Activity
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