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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 Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names & certificate number for period 1849-ca. 1910; creation date ca. 1908-1910. - Index

Index volume for Exempt Firemen of Hoboken with names of members of Hoboken volunteer firemen with certificate number. Leather bound volume with holographic ink entries. No creation date, circa 1908-1910 A record related to the Assembly of Exempt Firemen or the Association of Exempt Volunteer Firemen of the City of Hoboken. Original volume is in collection of Hoboken Fire Department Museum. PDF on file of scanned page images & document of contents transcribed 2011; transcription on file as .rft text file. Tiffs media archive. Warning: printing the full record will result in an over fifty-page printout. Volunteer fire companies were founded in 1849 (township era) and the fraternal or