|Title||Submission (report) to Hoboken Historical Society (sic) for Historical Designation of 3 buildings on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology.|
|Collection||Stevens Institute of Technology Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Nadaskay Kopelson Artchitects.|
|Scope & Content||
Submission (report) to Hoboken Historical Society (sic) for Historical Designation of Edwin A. Stevens Hall, Carnegie Building, Walker Gynmasium (sic) located on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology. Nadaskay Kopelson Architects, 95 Washington St., Morristown, N.J. 07960. ca.1991.
Consists of 14 8" x 10" high unpaginated single-sided leaves in a wire-o binding with a clear cover in front and a black one in back. Most leaves are color photographs. No photographer is credited. Images of photos attached to this record have been rotated as necessary for viewing convenience.
Apparently a copy prepared to elicit support from the Hoboken Historical Museum in the effort for historic designation of the three buildings. General contents includes:
-five images of Edwin A. Stevens Hall, 1870, (Hudson & Fourth Sts.) designed by architect Richard Upjohn.
-two images of the Carnegie Building, 1902, (Hudson St. between 5th & 6th Sts.) designed by the firm of Ackerman and Ross, N.Y., N.Y.
-three images of Walker Gymnasium, 1915, (on the campus near the main entrance) designed by the firm of Luplow & Peabody, N.Y., N.Y.
|Year Range from||1990|
|Year Range to||1991|
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevens Hall (Edwin A. Stevens Hall)
Carnegie Building (Stevens)
DeBaun Auditorium (Stevens Hall)
|Caption||leaf 1 title|
Government & Politics