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Name Romano, Anthony
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Image of Hoboken ...Reaching Out to Tomorrow. Community Development Agency, Hoboken, May 1975. - Booklet

Hoboken ...Reaching Out to Tomorrow. Community Development Agency, Hoboken, May 1975. - Booklet

Hoboken ...Reaching Out to Tomorrow. Community Development Agency, Hoboken, May 1975. Oblong booklet, 8-3/8" high x 11" wide. 36 pp. plus cover, illustrated. 3 copies (copies 2 & 3 in second file folder.) Copy 1: booklet with enclosed greeting on letterhead of the Office of the Mayor, and signed in facsimile by the mayor, Steve Cappiello. With: mailing envelope. Credits on pg 36. See related for selected reference images especially center map with detail images.

Image of Digital images of tickets for 22nd Annual Scholarship Dinner and Dance, Hoboken Chapter Unico National, Union Club, Hoboken, Nov. 23, 1968. - Ticket

Digital images of tickets for 22nd Annual Scholarship Dinner and Dance, Hoboken Chapter Unico National, Union Club, Hoboken, Nov. 23, 1968. - Ticket

Digital images of two tickets for 22nd Annual Scholarship Dinner and Dance, Hoboken Chapter Unico National, Union Club, Hoboken, Nov. 23, 1968. Ticket: 4" x 5" wide. Numbered on the reverse; 130, 131. Museum does not own original items. Program honored Man of the Year - Mayor Louis De Pascale. Tickets were in envelope with typed name: Hon. [Councilman] Anthony Romano.

Image of Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items.
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Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items. - Letter

Digital images of letter1968. Museum does not own original items.

Image of Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items.
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Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items. - Letter

Digital images of letter and 4 tickets,1968. Museum does not own original items.

Image of Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items.
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Digital images of letter 1968. Museum does not own original items. - Letter

Digital images of letter, envelope and 4 tickets,1968. Museum does not own original items.

Image of Digital images of letter, ticket, ticket envelope1969. Museum does not own original items.
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Digital images of letter, ticket, ticket envelope1969. Museum does not own original items. - Letter

Digital images of letter, ticket, ticket envelope1969. Museum does not own original items.

Image of Digital images of letter, ticket, ticket envelope1969. Museum does not own original items.
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Digital images of letter, ticket, ticket envelope1969. Museum does not own original items. - Letter

Digital images of letter, envelope, return envelope, 2 tickets, 1969. Museum does not own original items.

Image of Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] pp. [i-vi], 1-27 plus two inserted maps (following pages 5 and 27) plus cover. 8-1/2" x 11" high leaves printed one side. Text in English (foreword mentions a Spanish language version was to be issued.) Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Text is in notes. A curriculum development project created as a guide for new pupil students. Purpose was to ease the transition of these students with information on the history of Hoboken, current data about the city, schools and school resources including policies. Also ten pages on community services: Hoboken Board of Education Police Athletic League Boy Scouts of

Image of Newspaper: The Hoboken Herald. Vol. 1, No. 2, September 15, 1971. - Newspaper

Newspaper: The Hoboken Herald. Vol. 1, No. 2, September 15, 1971. - Newspaper

The Hoboken Herald. Vol. 1, No. 2, September 15, 1971. Tabloid newspaper, 11-1/2" wide x 16-1/4" high, 16 pp. Photographs. PDF on file. A short-lived weekly published on Wednesdays by The Hoboken Herald Corporation, 52 Newark St., Hoboken. Cover price, twenty-five cents. Editorial board: Sami Fiedler, James Hans, Russ Nevins, Mark Schubin, Joseph Schulman. Page [1]:, cover, illustration "Welcome to Plywood Plaza" [by Jim Hans.] Page 2: Opinion: A Slum Solution. By Richard McAleer. What Hoboken Needs. By Mark Schubin. Discusses that Hoboken needs a cable TV system which was not yet built although Cablevision has been awarded a franchise for it four years earlier. Page 3: A Tal

Image of Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. Color printing, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 8 pp., photos. Issued by the Housing Authority based at 400 Harrison St. to all their tenants and the community. A typical communication and outreach publication. Includes a large number of photos for events and activities including a Halloween Maze at Mama Johnson Field; the dedication of their adminstration building as M. Edward DeFazio Building; holiday parties, Thansgiving food donations; back to school; new community room at Harrison Gardens; community outreach by Housing Police and their new bureau at 310 Jackson St.; group photo of the Board of Commissioners.

Newspaper: The Hoboken Herald. Vol. 1, No. 2, September 15, 1971. - Newspaper

The Hoboken Herald. Vol. 1, No. 2, September 15, 1971. Tabloid newspaper, 11-1/2" wide x 16-1/4" high, 16 pp. Folded. Photographs. Duplicate copy. See related for a fully imaged copy with a PDF available. A short-lived weekly published on Wednesdays by The Hoboken Herald Corporation, 52 Newark St., Hoboken. Cover price, twenty-five cents. Editorial board: Sami Fiedler, James Hans, Russ Nevins, Mark Schubin, Joseph Schulman. Page [1]:, cover, illustration "Welcome to Plywood Plaza" [by Jim Hans.] Page 2: Opinion: A Slum Solution. By Richard McAleer. What Hoboken Needs. By Mark Schubin. Discusses that Hoboken needs a cable TV system which was not yet built although Cablevision

Image of B+W copy photo of group of costumed participants in the first Ragamuffin Parade, Hoboken, no date, circa 1962. - Print, Photographic

B+W copy photo of group of costumed participants in the first Ragamuffin Parade, Hoboken, no date, circa 1962. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white copy photo of group of costumed participants in the first Ragamuffin Parade, Hoboken, no date, circa 1962. 6-1/2" high x 9-1/2" high print. Photographer is not indicated. Reverse is blank. They appear to be posed on the steps outside the main entrance of Hoboken City Hall. While the numbering on the convict's chest is reversed, suggesting that the image is a mirror image, it is Halloween and the reversed numbers may have been intentional. With: Museum letterhead with donor information and selected identification of people in the image. This event was the local annual Halloween parade for children. 1. Tony Romano, top row, far right. The others are as listed, but