|Title||Annual Report of the National Board of Health, ca. 1879-1880. Appendix H: Hudson County schedules.|
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|Collection||Hoboken Map & Guide Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Annual Report of the National Board of Health, ca. 1879-1880. Leaves removed from publication: Appendix H. Schedule of Questions for a Sanitary Survey of Hudson County, New Jersey, and Bayonne, N.J.
Pages 169-213 plus nine plates imaged. See notes for other information on holdings. PDF on file.
List of schedules:
A. Location, population, and climate.
C. Water supply.
D. Drainage and sewerage.
E. Streets and public grounds.
G. Gas and Lighting [not present /not in pagination]
H. Garbage and excreta.
I. Markets [not present /not in pagination]
K. Slaughter-houses and abattoirs.
M. Public school buildings.
N. Hospitals and public charities. [not present /not in pagination]
O. Police and prisons. [not present /not in pagination]
P. Fire establishments, etc. [not present /not in pagination]
Q. Cemeteries and burials.
R. Public health laws, regulations, municipal officials.
S. Registration and statistics of deaths and of disease.
T. Quarantine. [not present /not in pagination]
U. Municipal sanitary expenses. [not present /not in pagination]
There is useful information from the mid-1870s to 1880 in this especially for Hoboken weather and schools including plates showing floor plans for Public Schools numbers 1 to 4. Also plates related to drainage and sewers including an 1874 map.
Also present in file but not imaged were pages 214-237 covering Bayonne, N.J. plus 9 plates related to West Hoboken, Union and unidentified, probably Bayonne, schools.) All leaves are cut so plates which are not paginated are not placed where they may been in the original report.
Source of these pages has not been established other than the general source (it could be from the report itself or supplements or other bulletins) and the year is interpreted from dated information in text.
|Year Range from||1879|
|Year Range to||1880|
School No. 1 (earliest)
School No. 2
School No. 3
School No. 4
|Caption||pg 169 Appendix H|
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