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Name Fitzpatrick, George
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Comments and corrections by Tom Calligy on content of "150 Years of Hoboken: Anniversary Journal" issued by the Hoboken Reporter, 2005. - Correspondence

Comments and corrections by Hoboken resident Tom Calligy on content of "150 Years of Hoboken: Anniversary Journal" issued by the Hoboken Reporter, 2005. Complete text has been scanned with optical character recognition software (OCR). See notes. It is available there without any corrections or formatting changes as received. Three computer typewritten leaves, 8-1/2" x 11", plus two attachments referred to in the text: 1: photocopy of a page from a book on Joe DiMaggio 2: picture of the graduating class of David E. Rue Junior High School, Hoboken, 1931 (source probably from a book or magazine about Frank Sinatra). Topics include: Baseball players from Hoboken basketball team Iri

Image of Digital images of letters: correspondence between George J. Fitzpatrick of Hoboken and City of Charleston, South Carolina re piers & terminals, 1949, - Correspondence

Digital images of letters: correspondence between George J. Fitzpatrick of Hoboken and City of Charleston, South Carolina re piers & terminals, 1949, - Correspondence

Digital images of letters: correspondence between George J. Fitzpatrick of Hoboken and City of Charleston, South Carolina re piers & terminals, 1949, The Museum does not own the originals. The material was found as enclosures in archives 2005.079.0020, Restudy of Proposal for Development of the Municipally Owned Waterfront and Piers of New York City, April 27, 1949. Prepared by the Port of New York Authority. 1. Typed carbon letter, City of Hoboken, Director of Public Works [George J. Fitzpatrick] to Mayor of Charleston, S.C., May 25, 1949, requesting history of Federal control of City's piers. 2. Typed letter signed from City of Charleston, William McG. Morrision, Mayor to Fitzpatri

Image of Digital images: typed letter signed by Ida Housman, Housman Better Government Assn., to Board of Commissioners, Aug. 3, 1952, re advocating pier lease - Correspondence

Digital images: typed letter signed by Ida Housman, Housman Better Government Assn., to Board of Commissioners, Aug. 3, 1952, re advocating pier lease - Correspondence

Digital images: two-page typed letter signed by Ida Housman, Housman Better Government Association., to Board of Commissioners, City of Hoboken, Aug. 3, 1952, re advocating that the City sign the the three-way lease for pier reconstruction with the Federal Maritime Administration and the Port of New York Authority. The letterhead is the Housman Better Government Association, Nonpartisan, 916 Garden St., Hoboken. The Museum does not own the originals. The material was found as enclosures in archives 2005.079.0020, Restudy of Proposal for Development of the Municipally Owned Waterfront and Piers of New York City, April 27, 1949. Prepared by the Port of New York Authority.

Image of Historical Profile of Hoboken Piers. Produced by Port Authority, January 1984. - Report

Historical Profile of Hoboken Piers. Produced by Port Authority, January 1984. - Report

Digital images: Historical Profile of Hoboken Piers. Produced by Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, January, 1984. Seven page document titled photocopied leaves 8-1/2" x 11": 3 pp text, map, three leaves with photos, each photocopied both sides with reverse having the Port Authority photo file identification label. PDF on file. Main text transcribed in notes. The Museum does not own the originals. Presumably it was a hand-out at some public hearing or presentation in the mid-1980's. The material was found as enclosures in archives 2005.079.0020, Restudy of Proposal for Development of the Municipally Owned Waterfront and Piers of New York City, April 27, 1949. Prepared by th

Image of Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor. - Documents

Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor, parade and street celebrations; includes a list of the Mayors of Hoboken.No source, ca. May 1947. Titled: Inaugural Most Colorful in City's History. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. - Pamphlet

A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. - Pamphlet

A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2008. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [ii], 38 plus cover. Ten copies. Seventeenth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum under project grant. Interview conducted by daughter Patricia Samperi on April 27, 2007. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library.

Image of B+W copy print of Mayor Fred DeSapio with Frank Sinatra et al at City Hall, Hoboken, Oct. 30,1947. - Photograph

B+W copy print of Mayor Fred DeSapio with Frank Sinatra et al at City Hall, Hoboken, Oct. 30,1947. - Photograph

Black-and-white photographic view of Mayor Fred DeSapio with Frank Sinatra et al at City Hall, Hoboken, (October 30, 1947.) Original print 8" x 10" wide. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has modern holographic ink notes by Dr. Gerard DeSapio. Identified by DeSapio: left to right | Martin Sinatra [partially seen], Dolly Sinatra, Mayor DeSapio, 2nd Place Miss Hoboken | Frank Sinatra, Miss Hoboken, Comm. [Commissioner] George Fitzpatrick. Part of ceremonies related to Frank Sinatra Day, October 30, 1947 when he was presented with the Key to the City. ---- photo

Image of Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred M. DeSapio and Commissioners in Law Department at City Hall, Hoboken, May, 1947. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred M. DeSapio and Commissioners in Law Department at City Hall, Hoboken, May, 1947. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred M. DeSapio and fellow Commissioners in Law Department at City Hall, Hoboken, May, 1947. Original print 8" x 10" wide. Photographer probably Scully. Reverse red-ink stamp "Observer" indicating this was a print for the newspaper Jersey Observer (ceased publication 1951) plus pencil text probably for the caption: New Commissioners in Law Dept | at City Hall Hoboken | L to R Stephen E. Mongiello - Emil [illegible] Geo. Fitzpatrick | Mike Borelli - Fred De Sapio on right two | reporters and Chas De Fazio | 3 Col | Jersey Observer | J A S. Also: at the bottom near "Credit Jersey Observer" are holographic penciled numbers: 04 17269. Note the May 194

Image of Digital image of sepia-tone photo of Washington St. celebrating election of DeSapio and ticket, Hoboken, May, 1947. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of sepia-tone photo of Washington St. celebrating election of DeSapio and ticket, Hoboken, May, 1947. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of sepia-tone photo of Washington Street election celebration for Fred M. DeSapioa as Mayor and his ticket, Hoboken, May, 1947. 8" x 10" wide print, dry mounted and framed. Reverse is blank. None of the people are identified. Paper dust cover on reverse of frame had modern holographic ink note by Dr. Gerard DeSapio: City Hall Election Night | May 1947 | Crowd filled more than 2 blocks | on Washington St. The view is from an elevated position just south of 1st Street looking north. The street sign and an arrow sign are on a pole at the left. (City Hall is out-of-view to the left.) At the top left above the Thom McAn shoe store sign (108 Washington St.) is the Headquarters s

Image of B+W photo of 5 men & a trainer in a boxing ring, Hoboken, no date, circa 1945-1950. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of 5 men & a trainer in a boxing ring, Hoboken, no date, circa 1945-1950. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of black-and-white photo of five men and a trainer in a boxing ring, Hoboken, no date, circa 1945-1950. Original print 8" x 10" wide. Reverse is blank. Photographer not indicated. The man seated on the stool has a large round patch "Rec. Div. Hob." (Recreation Division Hoboken) and from the script embroidery is the "Boxing" [Director]. Second from left is John J. Grogan and second from right is George Fitzpatrick.