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Name Durstewitz, Marie
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Image of Digital images of program for Concert & Exhibition of Dances..., at No. 1 School, Hoboken, Friday evening, April 11, 1919. - Program

Digital images of program for Concert & Exhibition of Dances..., at No. 1 School, Hoboken, Friday evening, April 11, 1919. - Program

Digital images of program for Concert & Exhibition of Dances..., at No. 1 School, Hoboken, Friday evening, April 11, 1919. Single folio, 6-1/2" wide x 9" high, [4] pp. This copy belonged to Julius Durstewitz who was the director of the City playgrounds. Page [1], cover title: Concert and Exhibition of Folk Dances and Calisthenics by Playgrounds No. 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 Under the Auspices of Dept. of Parks and Public Property, Harry L. Schmulling, Director, on Friday Evening, April 11th, 1919, At No. 1 School, Garden Street, Between 3rd and 4th Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Page [2]: Programme; notes the Recreation Center Orchestra, Organized January 1919; vocal solo Cecelia Stelzer; address by Jo

Image of Digital images of booklet, General Orders and Program of the Memorial and Patriotic Parade, City of Hoboken, N.J., May 30th, 1917. - Booklet

Digital images of booklet, General Orders and Program of the Memorial and Patriotic Parade, City of Hoboken, N.J., May 30th, 1917. - Booklet

Digital images of booklet, General Orders and Program of the Memorial and Patriotic Parade, City of Hoboken, N.J., May 30th, 1917. Booklet, 4-1/4" wide x 7-3/16" high. pp.11 plus front cover. This copy belonged to Julius Durstewitz who was the director of the City playgrounds. It has his markings on pages 4-5 where the playgrounds parade units are listed.

Image of Digital image of group photo of Our Lady of Grace School calisthenics class with instructor Julius Durstewitz, Hoboken, May, 1916. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of group photo of Our Lady of Grace School calisthenics class with instructor Julius Durstewitz, Hoboken, May, 1916. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of group photo of Our Lady of Grace School calisthenics class with instructor Julius Durstewitz, Hoboken, May 2,1916. Original image was ca. 4-3/4" high x 6-7/8" wide on 8" x 10" photographer's mount. Photographer as per emboss, lower right corner, was [Christian] Durstewitz. People are not individually identified except as noted below from notes on the reverse. Reverse had contemporary holographic ink date: May 2, 1916. Also on the reverse was modern (ballpoint ink) holographic identifications: O.L.G. - Cal. Class | J. Durstewitz, Instructor | Marie Durstewitz - 2nd row - 3rd left to right. Marie Durstewitz would appear to the woman seated to the right of Julius Durstewi

Image of Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz in a nurse's uniform at an outdoor play ground, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz in a nurse's uniform at an outdoor play ground, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz in a nurse's uniform at an outdoor playground, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. Original image was ca. 2-1/2" wide x 4-1/4" high. Photographer is not known. Other people are not identified. Which playground is not identified. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. She may have been a City of Hoboken health or parks department employee assigned to this duty. The uniform does resemble a Red Cross uniform, but is not documented. She holds a set of keys in her right hand. Detail of top left image found on recto of leaf 25 (image 1 of 5) of Julius & Marie Durstewitz album, see primary record 2005.078.0100 for a description of t

Image of Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz seated on a swing at playground no. 1, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz seated on a swing at playground no. 1, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz seated on a swing at playground no. 1, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. Original image was ca. 3-1/4" wide x 3" high. Photographer is not known. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. She is well-dressed and is wearing fur-collared coat along with a string of pearls or beads around her neck. Detail of bottom left image found on recto of leaf 25 (image 2 of 5) of Julius & Marie Durstewitz album, see primary record 2005.078.0100 for a description of the album and provenance. Note the verso of leaf twenty-five is blank. See related.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping with photo of Marie Durstewitz instructing sewing students at recreation center, Hoboken, no date, ca. mid-1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of newsclipping with photo of Marie Durstewitz instructing sewing students at recreation center, Hoboken, no date, ca. mid-1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of newsclipping with photo of Marie Durstewitz instructing sewing students at recreation center, Hoboken, no date, ca. mid-1920's. Newspaper was the Jersey Observer with photograph by staff photographer. Clipping was ca. 3-1/4" wide x 3" high. Photographer is not known. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. The short article below the photo identifies Marie plus names the four girls but does not state if they are in any order (i.e. left to right.) The girls are Mariano Millie (sic - possibly Millie Mariano?), Mariano Mange (sic - possibly Mange Mariano?), Helen Mahoney and Marie Merletti. The photo depicts Durstewitz showing the girls the proper way to make an apron as

Image of Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz and a man in Church Square Park, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz and a man in Church Square Park, [Hoboken], no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz and a man in Church Square Park, Hoboken, no date, circa late 1910's - early 1920's. Original image was ca. 4-3/4" wide x 2-3/4" high. Photographer is not known. The man is not identified. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. She is well-dressed and is wearing a string of pearls or beads around her neck. On her left coat lapel is a ribbon or badge. She may have been a judge or official at some event taking place in the park which is not described. The view is looking east with Demarest High School (Garden Street between Fourth and Fifth Streets) in the background. Other people are in the background including children. Detail of bottom right

Image of Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, no place (Hoboken), no date, ca 1898 - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, no place (Hoboken), no date, ca 1898 - early 1920's. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of studio photo portrait of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, [Hoboken], no date, circa1898 - early 1920's. Original image was ca. 3-1/4" wide x 4-1/4" high. Photographer is not known. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. It is not documented if she is wearing a uniform. Another copy of this image (2005.078.0508) has an ink notation on the reverse "4/98" which possibly dates this image. Detail of top right image found on recto of leaf 25 (image 5 of 5) of Julius & Marie Durstewitz album, see primary record 2005.078.0100 for a description of the album and provenance. Note the verso of leaf twenty-five is blank. See related.

Image of Digital image of photo postcard of unidentified older gentleman sent to Marie Durstewitz of Hoboken,1907. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo postcard of unidentified older gentleman sent to Marie Durstewitz of Hoboken,1907. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo postcard of unidentified older gentleman sent to Marie Durstewitz of Hoboken,1907. Original image was postcard ca. 3-1/2 high x 5-1/2" wide. The postcard was a souvenir made as imprinted on the reverse: Souvenir, Luna Park, Coney Island. Front has a 4-line holographic pencil inscription (in german, untranslated) with the initials "G.P." Reverse: addressed in pencil to Miss Marie Durstewitz, 725 Garden Str, Hoboken, N.J.; postmarked: New York, Aug 26, 1907.

Image of Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, no place (Hoboken), no date, ca 1898 - 1910. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, no place (Hoboken), no date, ca 1898 - 1910. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of studio photo portrait of Marie Durstewitz wearing a nursing or Red Cross service pin, [Hoboken], no date, circa 1898 - 1910. Original image was ca. 3-1/4" wide x 4-1/4" high. Photographer is not known. Reverse has an ink notation on the reverse "4/98" which possibly dates this image. Julius Durstewitz is not in this image. It is not documented if she is wearing a uniform. Another copy of this image (2005.078.0153 - top right image found on recto of album leaf 25) is in the album and it had no date indicated.

Image of Digital image of photo of a man posed in suit with straw boater in backyard, no place, (Hoboken?), no date, circa1900 - 1930. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo of a man posed in suit with straw boater in backyard, no place, (Hoboken?), no date, circa1900 - 1930. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of man posed in suit with straw boater in backyard, no place, (Hoboken?), no date, circa1900 - 1930. Original image was ca. 3-7/16" wide x 3-9/16" high. Photographer is not known. Reverse has pencil number: 15.

Image of Digital image of photo novelty postcard with composite view of a seated woman seen from five sides, N.Y., no date, ca. 1920. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo novelty postcard with composite view of a seated woman seen from five sides, N.Y., no date, ca. 1920. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of photo novelty postcard with composite view of a seated woman seen from five sides, New York, no date, circa 1920's. Original image was ca. 5-1/2" wide x 3-1/2" high. Photographer: Broadway Photo Shop, 1545 Broadway, New York. Reverse is printed format; unstamped and unused. Woman is not identified.

Image of B+W copy photo of the Sonntag & Durstewitz families, no place, no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print, Photographic

B+W copy photo of the Sonntag & Durstewitz families, no place, no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white copy photo of the Sonntag & Durstewitz families, no place (possibly Hoboken), no date, circa 1890-1900. 8" high x 10" wide. Photographer is not indicated (possibly Christian Durstewitz of Hoboken.) Reverse is blank. With two enclosures; a photocopy of image with holographic identifications on image of individuals; handwritten text identifying them by groups, children and adults. Text identifications by donor (with cataloger's additions in brackets): Children going clockwise: Aunt Marie [nee Durstewitz] O'Neill (sitting), Frank Durstewitz (standing on chair), Baby is Uncle Tony [Anthony] Durstewitz. Adults going clockwise: Great Grandfather [Frank] Sontag [either Sonn

Image of Lantern slide: [Marie Durstewitz]. (Hoboken), no date, circa 1920. - Transparency, Lantern-slide

Lantern slide: [Marie Durstewitz]. (Hoboken), no date, circa 1920. - Transparency, Lantern-slide

[Marie Durstewitz]. (Hoboken), no date, circa 1920. Lantern slide, 3-1/4" x 4": glass, film, paper masks and paper tape. Hand colored. Original photographer not indicated; slide maker below. She was the wife of Julius Durstewitz, who was the director of the Hoboken Playgrounds and a Hoboken resident. Photograph of her may be earlier, probably ca. 1910. This slide (one of a group of thirty one: photo catalog 2005.078.0900 to .0931) was for use in a stereopticon projector. The Playgrounds Department's stereopticon from circa 1918 is objects 2005.078.2100. The creation of the slide itself may have been from 1910 to 1930. Made by Henry Mestrum, 385 Sixth Ave., New York, N.Y.