|Name||Stover, Arthur E.|
|Othernames||Stover, Arthur Ernest|
|Father||Stover, John D.|
|Places of residence||1037 Bloomfield St., Hoboken|
|Education||Stevens Institute of Technology|
|Occupation||Educator: Principal, Hoboken High School|
Digital image of newsclipping: Site of Demarest High Obtained From Wendell by Condemnation. Hudson Dispatch, Tuesday, Dec., no date or year, probably late 1920's. No. 24 in a series of articles about schools. Demarest opened in 1911 at Fourth and Garden Sts. The land was owned by the Wendell estate whose management was based in New York City. Includes list of first three principals as well as current faculty. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.
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.
Sepia-tone group photo of people in front of St. Matthew Church, Eighth & Hudson Streets, Hoboken, June 29, 1919. 2-11/16" high x 4-5/16" wide. Photographer not known. Front has modern ink identification key with names on the reverse. Also on back beneath the ink is the date in pencil. Who made the identifications or when (probably later part of 20th century) is unknown, but they are likely to have been by a member of the Stover family of Hoboken. View is west at the southeast corner of Hudson and Eighth Sts. A. John Hirsch (deceased) B. Lawyer Stover (deceased) C. E. Fredricks (deceased) D. ? Dillinger [Albert J. Dillinger - see below] E. John Lenander[?] (deceased) F. John Koff -
Sepia-tone group portrait of four daughters of the Stover family of 1037 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, Christmas 1943. 8" x 10" wide print. Professional portrait, photographer/studio not indicated. Ink inscription on photo: Xmas Present to Ma - 1943 -. The girls are not identified and the name of their mother is not given. The attribution of the subjects as part of the Stover family is based on a Jim Hans note regarding provenance that came with the print: "The Old Stofer[sic] house on Bloomfield St. was out of the family's hands by Sept. 1996." "(John D. Stover 1037 Bloom - 1897 Directory.)" It would appear that the item was rescued from discarded materials at that address. The Stover f