|Title||Map: Bird's-eye View of Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A. New York's Last Seacoast of Bohemia. Issued 1929 by Christopher Morley et al.|
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|Collection||Hoboken Buildings & Real Estate Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Robert Rivard|
|Scope & Content||
Map: Bird's-eye View of Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A. New York's Last Seacoast of Bohemia. With the Many Locations of its Theatres Past and Present; Together with Routes for Easy Access; Executed for Messrs. Morley & Throckmorton whose Revivals of "After Dark" and "The Black Crook" Established Records. (NY): Hoboken Map Company, 1929.
Printed paper, 22-3/4" high x 29-1/4" wide; two folds as issued; original printed envelope not present (see archives 2005.030.0001 for a copy.)
Image seen with this record is a retouched assembled scan of another copy: archives 2005.030.0001 - note that fold marks are not seen.
PDF on file.
Christopher Morley and Cleon Throckmorton were the producers of musical revivals at the Rialto and Lyric Theatres in Hoboken. The map was drawn by William August Hutaf. Map is also commonly known as "Mr. Hutaf's Bird's-eye View of Hoboken."
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|Notes||Hoboken Map Co. had a Brooklyn address.|
Hutaf, William August
|Year Range from||1929.0|
|Year Range to||1929.0|
|Caption||Map: Bird's-eye View of Hoboken, N.J., New York's Last Seacoast of Bohemia|
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