Person Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Timken, J.H.
Othernames Tinken, J. Henry
No Archives 5
No Library 0
No Objects 1
No Photos 0

Associated Records

Image of Album, "Just for Fun": 84 printed black-and-white caricatures of notable Hoboken businessmen, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1907-1925. - Album

Album, "Just for Fun": 84 printed black-and-white caricatures of notable Hoboken businessmen, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1907-1925. - Album

Album, "Just for Fun": 84 printed black-and-white caricatures of notable Hoboken businessmen, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1907-1916. Oblong book album with brown semi-limp suede cover blind-stamped on front in block lettering: Just for Fun. Perfect bound text block with cover added with a string tie binding (white flat tape, soiled and rotted, probably not original; original was likely a string cord similar to a round shoe string.) Eighty-four leaves, 7-1/4" high x 10-1/4" wide, three-hole punched left margin for cover attachment; white coated paper (coated only on printed side); printed in black; printed recto only with each leaf being drawn artwork depicting one man (no women) to a leaf along wit

Image of Souvenir, 50th Anniversary, Exempt Association, Hoboken Volunteer Fire Dept., 1860-1910, April 9, 1910. - Pamphlet

Souvenir, 50th Anniversary, Exempt Association, Hoboken Volunteer Fire Dept., 1860-1910, April 9, 1910. - Pamphlet

Souvenir, Fiftieth Anniversary, Exempt Association [of Volunteer Firemen of the City of Hoboken], Hoboken Volunteer Fire Department, 1860-1910, April 9, 1910. Oblong booklet, 6-7/8" high x 10-3/4" wide. Unpaginated, [60] pp. plus covers. Disbound, brittle and very fragile. Reference prints on file. Full text is in notes. PDF on file for: page scans; text transcription; MS-Word document (RTF). Text covers the history of the organization year by year including officers' names, new members and deaths of members. Current membership roll is on pages [58-59]. Photographs of the Mayor George Gonzales and previous Mayors George Steil and Adolph Lankering plus photos of Fire Chief, Assistant Fir

Image of Hoboken Cemetery plot deed of Herman L. Timken, Feb. 8, 1876. With 1928 sale documents. - Deed

Hoboken Cemetery plot deed of Herman L. Timken, Feb. 8, 1876. With 1928 sale documents. - Deed

Hoboken Cemetery plot deed of Herman L. Timken, Feb. 8, 1876. With 2 attached legal documents assigning the plot to a Bertha A. Hannibal, dated February 14 & February 9, 1928. PDF in digital archive. Printed deed is 14" high x 17" wide, printed both sides, holograpic entries, signatures plus city seal. Sold to Timken (he served later as Hoboken's Mayor from 1883-1886) and his heirs for $123 by the Mayor and Council of the City of Hoboken for plot letter "T" in "Prospect Mound" in Section lettered "M" on said map "being a circular plot surrounded by Timken Path." The deed was signed by Mayor Joseph Russell. Two signed typewritten attachments, 8" x 13" high. Attachment 1: Sale of plot t

Image of Caricature of J. H. Timken, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of J. H. Timken, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of J. H. Timken, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. Being leaf [76] as found in album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. See this entry for full description of work. See related. Probably J. Henry Timken.

Image of Souvenir postal card, Meyer's Hotel, Hoboken: Brooklyn Bridge from New York. Postmarked Hoboken, April 18, 1899. - Postcard

Souvenir postal card, Meyer's Hotel, Hoboken: Brooklyn Bridge from New York. Postmarked Hoboken, April 18, 1899. - Postcard

Souvenir postal card: Brooklyn Bridge from New York; imprinted Meyer's Hotel, Hudson & 3d Sts., Hoboken, N.J. J.H. Timken, Prop. Postmarked: Hoboken, April 18, 1899; two-cent stamp. Color vignette on front, 3-1/2" high x 5-9/16" wide. No publisher indicated. A souvenir (or PMC) with the unusual connection of a New York view (without Hoboken in it) with a local hotel. An artist's bird's-eye view of downtown Manhattan and the bridge. Text in German, untranslated, but Central Park and Grant's Tomb are mentioned. Sent to a Mr. Arthur Gunther c/o The Gunther Milling Co., San Antonio, Tex. J. Henry Timken was the proprietor of this well-known hotel at Third and Hudson Streets.

Image of Napkins, set 12, embroidered "Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J., J.H. Timken"  N.d., ca. 1900-1920. - Napkin

Napkins, set 12, embroidered "Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J., J.H. Timken" N.d., ca. 1900-1920. - Napkin

Napkins, set of twelve, embroidered "Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J., J.H. Timken" No date, circa 1900-1920. White patterned damask, 22" square. Name is centered. J.H. Timken was John Henry Timken, founder and proprietor of the hotel and who operated it with his family until World War I or just after it. Hotel name is found as Meyers as seen here and sometimes as Meyer's with the apostrophe.