|Title||Memorial album for Constance Stanton Cooke, 1898-1998, Bosworth Funeral Home, Hoboken, October (22), 1998.|
|Collection||Family & Friends Memorabilia Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Edward S. Cooke.|
|Scope & Content||
Memorial album for Constance Stanton Cooke, 1898-1998, Bosworth Funeral Home, 311 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, October (22), 1998.
A very nice example of a typical book produced by a funeral home; it includes the signed names of visitors attending the wake as well as other details of this event and the rites involved.
Book: white embossed padded covers, 7-1/2" x 10-1/2" high, plastic comb binding insert with imprinted form pages, unpaginated; multipled holographic entries; Jersey Journal Oct. 23, 1998 obituary newsclipping on Press Notes and Memo page (transcribed in notes.)
Selected leaves with content imaged:
In Memory Of
Liturgy of Christian Burial
Flowers of Remembrance
Relatives and Friends
Press Notes and Memos
Blank leaves not image, but titled:
Text of obituary newspaper notice:
The Jersey Journal ¦ Friday, October 23,1998
Constance Stanton Cooke, led Gold Star Mothers, at 100
Mass for Constance Stanton Cooke, 100, of Hoboken, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Grace Convent Chapel, Hoboken. She died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Home.
A lifelong resident of Hoboken, she was a past president of Gold Star Mothers of Hudson County, a founding member of Cerebral Palsy Parents of Hudson County and a member of Our Lady of Grace Rosary Society, Trinity Guild, Foxhill Apartments Association and the Hoboken Historical Association. She worked on the Hoboken piers during World War I.
Surviving are a son, Edward; and a grandson, Edward.
Bosworth Funeral Home, Hoboken, is in charge.
Cooke, Constance Stanton
Cooke, Edward Stanton
|Year Range from||1998|
|Year Range to||1998|
Bosworth Funeral Home
311 Willow Ave.
Our Lady of Grace Church
Holy Name Cemetery (Jersey City)
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