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Name Beck, Rose
Othernames Jaxel, Rose
Born 04/29/1896
Birthplace Hoboken
Father Beck, Karl
Spouse Jaxel, George
Places of residence 600 Madison Street, Hoboken
West Hoboken / Union City
Relationships uncle: William Beck
grandson: Edward Jaxel
No Archives 1.0
No Library 0.0
No Objects 0.0
No Photos 7.0

Associated Records

Image of Programs, 4, printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington & 10 Streets, Hoboken, for Feb. 1914. - Program, Theater

Programs, 4, printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington & 10 Streets, Hoboken, for Feb. 1914. - Program, Theater

Souvenir theater programs printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington and Tenth Streets, Hoboken, for February 1914. (Street address: 1013-1019 Washington Street - the former Quartett Club.) Programs were for a stock theatrical company, The Gayety Players, performing at the theater. Each one is a 5" wide ribbon, color varies along with height due to frayed edges, ca. 7-1/2 to 8" high. Printed in black (one side only) with dates, cast of characters and performers with each featuring a photo of a member of the stock company. These programs were collected by Rose Beck who completed high school in Hoboken about 1914 as stated by a grandson, donor Ed Jaxel. List below has s

Image of B+W photo of Rose Beck, age 13, in her confirmation dress, posed in photographer's studio, Hoboken, March 1910. - Photograph

B+W photo of Rose Beck, age 13, in her confirmation dress, posed in photographer's studio, Hoboken, March 1910. - Photograph

Black-and-white photograph of Rose Beck, age 13, in her confirmation dress, posed in photographer's studio, Hoboken, March 1910. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 4" x 5-1/2" print on 6" x 9" embossed mount. Reverse blank. Photo by W. A. Menken (William; also known as Menken Studio), 508 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J. Identification per donor, grandson Edward Jaxel, and that she was born April 29, 1896. She lived at 600 Monroe Street, Hoboken. ---- ceremony / religion / event / fashion / girls / women /

Image of Sepia-tone group photo of 8th grade graduation class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at right, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1910. - Photograph

Sepia-tone group photo of 8th grade graduation class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at right, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1910. - Photograph

Sepia-tone group photograph of eighth grade graduating class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at far right, Hoboken, no date, circa 1910. Beck lived at 600 Monroe St. Other people identified by donor Edward Jaxel (grandson of Rose): Teacher - Miss McHale ( the older woman standing at the center); Principal - Mr. Talbot (standing at the left). Rose and some other girls hold bouquets or small sprays of flowers. All students hold their rolled diplomas. Two boys seated on the floor in the front support a "No.8" school pennant. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 9" x 12-1/2" wide print on trimmed photographer's mount. Reverse blank. Photo taken by W. Manewal with credit in

Image of Sepia-tone photos, 2, of Rose Beck, friends & nieces at 600 Madison St. entrance, Hoboken, Spring 1914.
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Sepia-tone photos, 2, of Rose Beck, friends & nieces at 600 Madison St. entrance, Hoboken, Spring 1914. - Photograph

Sepia-tone photographs, two, of Rose Beck, friends and nieces at front entry of 600 Madison Street, Hoboken, Spring 1914. Photo 1: Three women only. Rose is standing to the right. Other two women are not identified. Rose would have been 18 years old in 1914. The apartment building was her home. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 3-1/2" x 4-1/2" high print. Reverse had contemporary penciled date: Spring 1914. Also oval inkstamp of Hermann Jaffee, 122 Washington Street, Hoboken, N.J. and penciled number: 90. Photo 2: Three women and two girls. Rose Beck (at right) with the same 2 friends plus two of her young nieces on same front stoop. Digital image only. Original sc

Image of Sepia-tone photo of Karl Beck on front stoop of 600 Madison Street, Hoboken, 1914.
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Sepia-tone photo of Karl Beck on front stoop of 600 Madison Street, Hoboken, 1914. - Photograph

Sepia-tone photograph of Karl Beck at front entry of 600 Madison Street, Hoboken, 1914. He was the father of Rose Beck per donor, grandson of Rose, Edward Jaxel. The address was their home. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 3-1/4" x 5-1/2" high print. Reverse was blank.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of William Beck posed in his U.S. Army uniform, n.p.,1918. - Photograph

Sepia-tone photo of William Beck posed in his U.S. Army uniform, n.p.,1918. - Photograph

Sepia-tone photograph of William Beck posed in his U.S. Army uniform, no place, 1918. He was the brother of Rose Beck per donor, grandson of Rose, Edward Jaxel who also dated this image as 1918. The son of Karl Beck. They all lived at 600 Madison Street, Hoboken. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 3-3/8" x 5-3/8" wide real photo postcard (Azo stamp block: two triangles up, two down). Reverse had modern pencil notation: Grandma's Brother Willie. --- World War I / men

Image of B+W photo of Rose Beck & fiance George Jaxel in his U.S. Army uniform, backyard garden, 600 Monroe St.?, Hoboken, Sun., Aug. 18, 1918. - Photograph

B+W photo of Rose Beck & fiance George Jaxel in his U.S. Army uniform, backyard garden, 600 Monroe St.?, Hoboken, Sun., Aug. 18, 1918. - Photograph

Black-and-white photograph of Rose Beck with fiance George Jaxel wearing his U.S. Army uniform, backyard garden, 600 Monroe St.?, Hoboken, Sunday, August 18, 1918. Identifications per donor, grandson of Rose and George Jaxel, Edward Jaxel. Rose Beck lived at 600 Madison Street, Hoboken and it is probable that the photo was taken in the backyard garden or at a nearby building. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 2-3/8" x 4-1/8" clipped print. Reverse had contemporary pencil notation: Taken Sunday Aug. 18, 1918. ---- Jaxel was a resident of West Hoboken. He had apparently just completed basic training and was on leave (but did embark at Hoboken for France - see notes for

Image of B+W group photo of men posed outside U.S. army enlistment center, West Hoboken, n.d., ca. June 1918. - Photograph

B+W group photo of men posed outside U.S. army enlistment center, West Hoboken, n.d., ca. June 1918. - Photograph

Black-and-white group photograph of men posed outside U.S. army enlistment center, West Hoboken, N.J., no date, circa June 1918. Identifications of George Jaxel and his father, Edouard Jaxel, were by donor, grandson of George and Rose Jaxel, Edward Jaxel. George Jaxel was the fiance of Rose Beck of 600 Madison Street, Hoboken. See reference images for the location of George and Edoard. Also see related. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 8" x 10" wide print. Reverse blank. A number of Army officers are seen with the civilian recruits dressed in suit jackets, most with ties or bowties. Older men (among them George's father) wear hats. Unstated is that the men (volunteers