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Name 1301 Hudson St.
Number of Archive records 135
Number of Object records 39
Number of Library records 61
Number of Photo records 115

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Image of Digital images of a promotional brochure for Hoboken Shipyards, Inc. a division of BSI Corporation (Braswell), 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J., 1983. - Booklet

Digital images of a promotional brochure for Hoboken Shipyards, Inc. a division of BSI Corporation (Braswell), 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J., 1983. - Booklet

Digital images of a promotional brochure for Hoboken Shipyards, Inc. a division of BSI Corporation (Braswell), 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J., 1983. An 8-1/2" x 11" gate-fold brochure for the last company operating the shipyard at the north end of Hoboken. Formerly operated by W. & A. Fletcher, United Dry Dock and Bethelehem Steel. Scanned in 8 images. Color photos. Includes specifications for the 4 dry docks.

Image of News article re Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hoboken, in The
New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972, page 99, New Jersey section. - Newspaper

News article re Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hoboken, in The New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972, page 99, New Jersey section. - Newspaper

News article, "Craftsmen in Hoboken Treat Casualties of the Sea," about the Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hoboken, in The New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972, page 99, New Jersey section. Two columns, 16 inches total, written by Elizabeth McFadden. Describes work being done on the freighter, Capeton Mathios, and mentions several people working at the yard: Clifford Heget (and his father Clarence Heget who had worked there and his grandfather, Jacob Heget who had work at the North River Iron Works (W. & A. Fletcher) on the same site in the 1890's.); William F. Sterzenbach; Clifford B. Bryn.

Image of Three compact disks with digital images of 57 paintings that were displayed in HHM exhibition, Frank Hanavan:Painting the Town, Fall, 2003. - Disc, Compact

Three compact disks with digital images of 57 paintings that were displayed in HHM exhibition, Frank Hanavan:Painting the Town, Fall, 2003. - Disc, Compact

Digital photo documentation images of Hoboken Historical Museum, Fall 2003, exhibition: Frank Hanavan: Painting the Town. Photographs of the 57 paintings taken by Peter Ziebel, December, 2003. Includes low-resolution (96 ppi) JPEG format images and high-resolution (240 ppi) TIFF format images on 3 compact disks. All paintings were framed. Frames are cropped from these images. Images here are not the same size as the originals. Refer to catalogued images for dimensions. Images with this record are color inkjet printer "contact sheets" with all 57 images with their numbered name on 3 8-1/2" x 11" leaves. Three sets of the compact disks are available. Disk 1: images 1-21 Disk 2: ima

Image of Digital image of poster: Burczy, Cascade, Hoboken [Historical] Museum, 1301 Hudson Street, [Hoboken], May 7, 2006. - Poster

Digital image of poster: Burczy, Cascade, Hoboken [Historical] Museum, 1301 Hudson Street, [Hoboken], May 7, 2006. - Poster

Digital image of poster: Burczy, Cascade, Hoboken [Historical] Museum, 1301 Hudson Street, [Hoboken], May 7, 2006. Size of original: 8-1/2" wide x 11" high; printed one side. Archived on disk. Subtitle: Proving His Mettle. Originally created by artist Robert Burczy for the exhibition, The Poster Art of Robert Burczy, in the Upper Gallery, Hoboken Historical Museum, May 7 to July 1, 2006 (was scheduled to end June 11, but it was extended.) Used by the museum in promotional materials and an enlarged reproduction was included in the exhibit.

Image of Newsclipping: "Museum shares Hoboken history." Jersey Journal, August 5, 2000. - Documents

Newsclipping: "Museum shares Hoboken history." Jersey Journal, August 5, 2000. - Documents

Newsclipping: "Museum shares Hoboken history." By Christina Joseph, Jersey Journal, August 5, 2000. Article about groundbreaking on Friday, August 4 for the permanent home of the Hoboken Historical Museum in the Shipyard development. Two photographs: view of raw unfinished interior with George Kirchgessner in foreground with other trustees and dignitaries in the far background; view of Leonard Luizzi, President of the Museum's board and Robert Foster, Director, looking over a plan. Images attached are enhanced.

Image of Poster for Secret Gardens Tour, Hoboken Historical Museum & Hoboken Garden Club, Hoboken, June 4, 2006. - Poster

Poster for Secret Gardens Tour, Hoboken Historical Museum & Hoboken Garden Club, Hoboken, June 4, 2006. - Poster

Poster for Secret Gardens Tour, Hoboken Historical Museum & Hoboken Garden Club, Hoboken, June 4, 2006. 8-1/2" x 11" high. Adhesive printed foil label mounted at right: "Buy Tickets Now & Give Them on Mother's Day." With: 8-1/2" x 11" promotional leaf with two photographs: "Secret Gardens" from years' past!" Bottom photograph is credited to Glen Davis of a garden featured in "Better Homes & Gardens."

Image of HHM activities documents, 2003-2005 & 2005-2007. - Documents

HHM activities documents, 2003-2005 & 2005-2007. - Documents

Documentation produced by Hoboken Historical Museum displaying museum activities for two periods, 2003-2005 and 2005-2007. Produced as support material for submission with grant applications. TIFFs and PDFs archived. 2003-2005: two leaves printed on 8-1/2" x 11" inkjet paper. 2005-2007: two leaves printed on 8-1/2" x 11" inkjet paper plus PDFs for each leaf is attached.

Image of New. Living on the Other Side of the Hudson. Volume 2, Number 1. Spring Summer 2007. - Periodical

New. Living on the Other Side of the Hudson. Volume 2, Number 1. Spring Summer 2007. - Periodical

New. Living on the Other Side of the Hudson. Volume 2, Number 1. Spring Summer 2007. Perfect bound, 6-1/4" wide x 8-1/4" high. 96 pp. illustrated plus cover. 2 copies. Free publication issued by Neue Publications, Jersey City with some articles, but mostly advertising. Ten Hoboken places appear (with photograph) in an eight-page section, pp 62-69. Madison Bar & Grill, 1316 Washington St. Sushi Lounge, 200 Hudson St. La Isla, 104 Washington St. Frozen Monkey Cafe, 526 Washington St. Antique Bakery, 122 Willow Ave. Jessie James, 503 Washington St. Lucy's, 92 Hudson St. Solid Threads, 365 First St. Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St. Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson

Image of Program for "Memoir" at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, October 15, 2006. - Program

Program for "Memoir" at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, October 15, 2006. - Program

Program for "Memoir" at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, October 15, 2006. Three leaves, 8-1/2" x 11", 3 pp. Films (video) by members of Urban Image, a collective of media artists (both current students and alunmi) from N.J. City University Media Arts Department. Program describes the works plus background on the artists.

Image of Hoboken in the 70s: Model Cities, Affordable Housing and the  Future. Lecture by Robert Armstrong, June 24, 2007. - Documents

Hoboken in the 70s: Model Cities, Affordable Housing and the Future. Lecture by Robert Armstrong, June 24, 2007. - Documents

Hoboken in the 70s: Model Cities, Affordable Housing and the Future. Text of a lecture written June 22nd and presented by Robert Armstrong, June 24, 2007, at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St. Event was a part of lecture series related to the current exhibition, In Transition: Hoboken in the 1970s. 11 pp. Also presenting on the same program was Michael Coleman. Page 11 includes a list of a number of people to whom the paper is dedicated along with a biography of Armstrong.

Image of Michael Coleman introduction written by him for use by Robert Foster at his lecture, Hoboken Historical Museum, June 24, 2007. - Documents

Michael Coleman introduction written by him for use by Robert Foster at his lecture, Hoboken Historical Museum, June 24, 2007. - Documents

Document: holographic biography of Michael Coleman written by him as text for introduction read by Robert Foster at lecture, Hoboken Historical Museum, Hoboken, June 24, 2007. Single leaf, written on both sides. Coleman delivered a lecture as part of series related to the current exhibition, In Transition: Hoboken in the 1970s. Also presenting a lecture on the same program was Robert Armstrong: Hoboken in the 70s: Model Cities, Affordable Housing and the Future.

Image of Raymond Smith, Figures and Landscapes. Sales promotion sheet. HHM, September 23 - November 4, 2007. - Checklist

Raymond Smith, Figures and Landscapes. Sales promotion sheet. HHM, September 23 - November 4, 2007. - Checklist

Raymond Smith, Figures and Landscapes. Hoboken Historical Museum [Upper Gallery], September 23 - November 4, 2007. Sales promotion sheet with images of 16 paintings for sale. Single leaf, 8-1/2" x 11" high; black-and-white. Four copies. Produced by the artist.

Image of Program: Play reading, Lamppost Reunion, by Louis LaRusso at HHM, May, 2007. - Program

Program: Play reading, Lamppost Reunion, by Louis LaRusso at HHM, May, 2007. - Program

Program: Mile Square Theatre and the Hoboken Historical Museum present The Museum Play Reading Series. Lamppost Reunion. A Play About a Kid from Hoboken. By Louis LaRusso. Directed by Frank Licato. [Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., May 18 - 19, 2007.) A benefit for Mile Square Theatre and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Single folio, 8-1/2" high x 5-1/2" wide, [4] pp., plus insert 4-1/4" wide x 11" high. 5 copies. Cast: Rick Aiello Mathew Dixon Bobby (Robert) Funaro Tony Hoty Vincent Pastore Directed by Frank Licato Music Coordinator, Donald Stark. Chris O'Connor, Artistic Director, Mile Square Theatre

Image of Flier: Uptown Storytime at the Hoboken Historical Museum, Fall 2007. - Handbill

Flier: Uptown Storytime at the Hoboken Historical Museum, Fall 2007. - Handbill

Flier: Uptown Storytime at the Hoboken Historical Museum, Fall 2007. Single leaf, 8-1/2" x 11". Two copies. Presented by Penny Metsch, children's librarian, for ages 2-5. First Thursday of the month, Sept. to Dec.

Image of Destination Hoboken: The Great Ocean Liners of Hamburg-American & North German Lloyd. An exhibition... 2002. - Pamphlet

Destination Hoboken: The Great Ocean Liners of Hamburg-American & North German Lloyd. An exhibition... 2002. - Pamphlet

Destination Hoboken: The Great Ocean Liners of Hamburg-American and North German Lloyd. An exhibition at the Hoboken Historical Museum, June 30, 2002 - October 1, 2002. Ken Schultz, Guest Curator. Booklet, 20 pages, illustrated in color. 8" x 10" high. PDF on file. A companion publication for the exhibition, not a checklist or catalogue. Three historical essays: "Traveling to "'Little Bremen'" by Holly Metz "The Helen McAllister, ex-Admiral Dewey, and the Great Hoboken Pier Fire of 1900" by Norman Brouwer "Imperial Fleets" by Ken Schultz

Image of Postcard: Open Windows: 12 Views of Hoboken Places and Faces. Photographs by Arturo Portillo. HHM, March-Apr., 2008. - Postcard

Postcard: Open Windows: 12 Views of Hoboken Places and Faces. Photographs by Arturo Portillo. HHM, March-Apr., 2008. - Postcard

Postcard: Open Windows: 12 Views of Hoboken Places and Faces. Photographs by Arturo Portillo. Exhibit in Upper Gallery, Hoboken Historical Museum, March 9-April 27, 2008. 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high. Six copies. Artwork on the front: Some Find It in the Faces of Children, photograph by Arturo Portillo, 2007.

Image of Postcard: Frank Hanavan: Part of the Landscape.  HHM Upper Gallery exhibit, Nov.-Dec. 2007. - Postcard

Postcard: Frank Hanavan: Part of the Landscape. HHM Upper Gallery exhibit, Nov.-Dec. 2007. - Postcard

Postcard: Frank Hanavan: Part of the Landscape. Exhibition November 11 - December 23, 2007, Upper Gallery, Hoboken Historical Museum. 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" wide. Six copies. Exhibition of paintings, acrylic on canvas. Artwork on front: Kiosk on Pier A, 2007. Copyright 2007 Frank Hanavan.

Image of Program: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. Staged reading of LaRusso play by Gaia, HHM, Oct. 19, 2008. - Program

Program: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. Staged reading of LaRusso play by Gaia, HHM, Oct. 19, 2008. - Program

Program: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. A first staging of an unpublished, late work by Hoboken playwright Louis LaRusso II. Sunday, October 19th, 2008. Booklet, 5-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" high, [8] pp. plus cover. Two copies. Presented as part of the annual Hoboken Studio Artists Tour by Gaia and the Hoboken Historical Museum at the Museum, 1301 Hudson St. Performances were at 5 and 8 pm. The workshop presented a stage reading of this play which was apparently set in 1965 (date written is not stated.) The producing organization, Gaia (also known as "_gaia" or "gaiastudio"), is a women's collective based in Hoboken. The participants in this program, all appear with a photo por

Image of Announcement card: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle; exhibition, Big Questions. Gaia (_gaia). October 19, 2008. - Announcement

Announcement card: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle; exhibition, Big Questions. Gaia (_gaia). October 19, 2008. - Announcement

Announcement card: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. A first staging of an unpublished, late work by Hoboken playwright Louis LaRusso II. Sunday, October 19th, 2008. 4" x 6" high. Five copies (not a postcard.) Presented as part of the annual Hoboken Studio Artists Tour by Gaia and the Hoboken Historical Museum at the Museum, 1301 Hudson St. Performance of this staged play reading or workshop is listed for 5 pm (there was also an 8 pm reading; see program, archives 2008.004.0011.) Besides details about the play reading, the back also announces another event sponsored on the same date by _gaia: an exhibition "Big Questions" at their studio, _gaia studio, Neumann Building, 66 Will

Image of Poster: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. Staged reading of LaRusso play by Gaia, HHM, Oct. 19, 2008. - Poster

Poster: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. Staged reading of LaRusso play by Gaia, HHM, Oct. 19, 2008. - Poster

Poster: The Flora Dora Girls Weekly Sewing Circle. A first staging of an unpublished, late work by Hoboken playwright Louis LaRusso II. Sunday, October 19th, 2008. 11" x 17" high. Two copies. Presented as part of the annual Hoboken Studio Artists Tour by Gaia and the Hoboken Historical Museum at the Museum, 1301 Hudson St. as part of the Hoboken 2008 Artists Studio Tour.