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Title File with 2 newsclippings & 11 photocopies of news articles related to Hoboken, various sources, various dates, mostly early 1990's.
Object Name Clipping, Newspaper
Catalog Number 2006.064.0002
Collection Family & Friends Memorabilia Collection
Scope & Content File with 2 newsclippings & 11 photocopies of news articles related to Hoboken, various sources, various dates, mostly early 1990's.

Two newsclippings:
New York Times, Nov. 21, 1994, Column "Our Town" by Evelyn Nieves. "Sinatra Libary? Hoboken Ho-Ho-Holds Its Breath." Discusses the Sinatras, Frank and Nancy, a possible Sinatra Museum, the Hoboken Trust building on Hudson Place, a proposed baseball museum and a "Hoboken" television series pilot that Nancy was doing in Toronto.

New York Times, Sunday, April 22, 1990, Evening Hours page. Article, Sunday Outing: Where Stoops Offer a Great Skyline. By Stephanie Strom. Discussed Hoboken in general and gives tour of restaurants and other highlights. Photos of Anthony Lisa in Lisa's Deli, moshers in Maxwell's and view from Castle Point to New York.

Photocopies included a NYT article (no date) about Willow Terrace with eight photos. Other photocopies are partial images of articles about postcards, streetcars and Lincoln Tunnel area.
People Lisa, Anthony
Machmer, Judith
Hegarty, Joe
Schubring, Richard
Stevens, Martha Bayard
Stevens, Edwin A.
Phillips, Patricia
Bosco, Frank
Bosco, Ann
Shoskes, Ellen
Cannon, George
Cannon, Elizabeth
Rupp, Theresa
Fallon, Stephen
Sinatra, Nancy Sandra
Sinatra, Frank
Arguenta, Rose
Martinez, Ida
Gigante, Nelson
Russo, Anthony
Conklin, Charlotte
Date 1990-1994
Year Range from 1990
Year Range to 1994
Search Terms Lisa's Deli
Maxwell's (restaurant)
Baja
East L.A.
Talbots
Brass Rail
Pier Platter Records
56 Newark St.
135 Washington St.
61 Sixth St.
1039 Washington St.
104 Fourteenth St.
Maxwell House Coffee plant
Castle Point
Lackawanna Terminal
508 Washington St.
Hoboken Trust Company
Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra Drive
Classification Business & Commerce
Buildings
Exteriors
Domestic Life
Social & Personal Activity
Exteriors
Recreation
Retail
Restaurants
Food
Music
Entertainment
Art
Mayors