|Title||Petition: Protest of property owners of River St. against the granting of a license for the southwest corner of River and Fourth Streets, Hoboken, May 21, 1890.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Estate of Robert Maier by sister, Michelle Maier.|
|Scope & Content||
Petition: Protest of property owners of River St. against the granting of a license for the southwest corner of River and Fourth Streets, Hoboken, May 21, 1890.
Single leaf (two sheets joined with glue), 8" x 14" high, typewritten with holographic ink signatures and addresses of 16 petitioners. Full text is in notes.
All addresses are old numbers (prior to 1892). City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.
[note: all addresses below are old numbers - prior to 1892]
To the Honorable the Mayor and Council of the City of Hoboken, N.J.
We the undersigned to most respectfully protest against granting a License to the party or parties intending to open a saloon for the sale of beer and liquors in the house on the South West corner of River and Fourth Streets, known as No. 128 River Street, and most earnestly hope that a License will not be granted, believing that the granting of said License would be detrimental and injurious to the interests of the surrounding property and that a saloon in [sic - is] not required there by property interests or employers in that neighborhood, and your petitioners will ever pray.
Christina D. P. Berry, 124 River Street
Josephine M.[?] Bowne, 124 River Street
Mrs. M. Loebing, 122 River Street
Mrs. A. Malhart, 122 River St.
Mr. E. Gouze, 120 River St.
P. Gadeberg, 118 River St.
Paul G. Schoeder, 116 River St.
Z. Flein[?], Supt. Thingvalla Line
Campbell and Co. (Incpd) foot 4th St., Palmer Campbell, Prest., Hoboken, N.J.
M. P. Lewis per S.B. Dod atty. 126 River St.
John Stevens - 124 River St.
John Stevens - ½ 120 River St.
E.A. Stevens 112 River St.
Trustees of the Church of the Holy Innocents by E.A. Stevens Sect. 114 River St.
E.A. Stevens Trustees of Mrs. Caroline B. Alexander, 122 River St.
Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., 141 - 143, 145 + 147 Hudson, Theo. C. Dewey[?] agent
May 21, 1890
Presented read and referred to the Committee on Licenses
M. V. McDermott,
|Year Range from||1890|
|Year Range to||1890|
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