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Name 1500 Washington St.
Number of Archive records 6
Number of Object records 1
Number of Photo records 3

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Image of Ad, magazine: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (Lipton Tea), by Turner Construction Co.; in Architectural Forum, 1919. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, magazine: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (Lipton Tea), by Turner Construction Co.; in Architectural Forum, 1919. - Ad, Magazine

Magazine ad: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building as seen in advertisement by Turner Construction Company. On page 22 removed from an unspecified issue of Architectural Forum, probably August or September 1919. Single leaf 9" x 12" high. The ad has two photos of the site of the Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (it is not actually named in the ad.) It was at Fifteenth and Washington Streets. Circa 1920-1921 it became better known locally as the Lipton Tea Building with its sign on top and today is the residential building, The Tea Building. Both of the elevated views looking east were probably taken from 1500 Park Avenue, another HL&I Co. structure. The left image was fr

Printed information brochure with inserts: Hudson Tea Building, Toll Brothers, City Living. Hoboken, 2006-2008. - Brochure

Printed information brochure with inserts: Hudson Tea Building, Toll Brothers, City Living. Hoboken, 2006-2008. 9" x 9" with 'Hudson Tea' tea bag tag tie closure. Inserted: 12 leaves with area, site and floor plans along with descriptions of amenities and services plus a price list. The buildings at 1500 Washington and 1500 Hudson Streets were the former Lipton Tea / Standard Brands building. This brochure with the title "Hudson Tea" includes the address (on the back) of a sales office at 93 Washington Street which closed circa early 2007. The brochure with pocket was produced 2006 ("copyright 2006") with inserts having dates on them from "1/06" to "3/08" with the price list as "April 27,

Printed information brochure with inserts: Harborside Lofts at Hudson Tea (Building), Toll Brothers, City Living. Hoboken, 2007-2008. - Brochure

Printed information brochure with inserts: Harborside Lofts at Hudson Tea (Building), Toll Brothers, City Living. Hoboken, 2007-2008. 9" wide x 13" high brochure with rear pocket with 11 sheets having key [floor] plans along with descriptions of specific layouts of residences, amenities, services plus a price list. The building is at 1500 Washington St. which along with 1500 Hudson Street, was the former Lipton Tea / Standard Brands building. The brochure with pocket was produced February 2007 with inserts (8" x 12") having dates on them from "3/07" with the price list (8-1/2" x 11") dated as "3/07" The 'lofts' for sale only in the 1500 Washington building. Business card of Sales Co

Image of Program: Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 26, [2008]. - Program

Program: Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 26, [2008]. - Program

Program: Hoboken Historical Museum Presents the Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 26, [2008]. 8-1/2" high x 5-1/2" wide. 16 pp plus cover. Four copies. The program also served as the entry ticket and walking tour guide with map to the locations on the tour. Sponsored by PNC Bank. Places on tour: Mystery Destination (actually the ferry Yankee, moored at pier south of 13th Street) 1122 Park Ave. 1023 Bloomfield St. 921 Castle Point Terrace 600 Hudson St. 631 Garden St. 75 Jackson St. 1500 Washington St.

Postcards, 25: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, (2010.) - Postcard

Postcards, twenty-five: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, no date (2010.) Color photographs printed on heavyweight gloss cardstock, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"; image orientation varies vertically or horizontally. Photographs by Brian Gallagher, a Hoboken realtor and published by him. Edition size unstated. Cards have Hoboken scenes of streets and buildings. Gallagher produced an earlier 2000s series in a different format. A few subjects remain in this new series, but it apparently features modern photographs (with one obvious exception, no. 24 - Clam Broth House) and format. Printed full color photo bleeds; all are imprinted 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' on the ima

Image of Booklet: The Lure and Lore of Tea. Published by Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., Hoboken, N.J. 1956 printing. - Pamphlet

Booklet: The Lure and Lore of Tea. Published by Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., Hoboken, N.J. 1956 printing. - Pamphlet

The Lure and Lore of Tea. Published by Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. Second printing, August 1956 (first published in The Lipton Link, July-August 1951.) PDF on file. Text is in notes. Booklet, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 32 pp., photo illustrated. The booklet is about the history of tea, commercial harvesting and transportation as well as the processing and distribution of the Lipton product. It is not a history of Lipton Tea as such but the later pages have some history including awards etc. Useful for information on the introduction and first use of the tea bag along with how iced tea was popularized. The Lipton Link was the house organ of the company that was based in Hobok

Image of Gallagher Postcard: #24. Washington St. looking North. Photo by Brian Gallagher. - Postcard

Gallagher Postcard: #24. Washington St. looking North. Photo by Brian Gallagher. - Postcard

Gallagher Postcard: #24. Washington St. looking North. Photo by Brian Gallagher. 4" x 6-1/8". 4 copies. One of a series of 36 numbered photo postcards "Made in Hoboken." All are titled on the image (front) side: "Greetings form Hoboken: Birthplace of Baseball and Frank Sinatra." Numbering and description of the image are on the reverse.

Image of Slides: 35 color transparencies of  the Lipton Tea, Franklin Baker & nearby buildings, Hoboken & Weehawken, 1983-1984. - Transparency, Slide

Slides: 35 color transparencies of the Lipton Tea, Franklin Baker & nearby buildings, Hoboken & Weehawken, 1983-1984. - Transparency, Slide

Color slides of the Lipton Tea, Franklin Baker, Weehawken Cove and Lincoln Harbor, Hoboken and Weehawken, ca. 1983-84. Photos taken by Bruce Tamberelli. 35 images: 2001.032.0022.01 to 2001.032.0021.35. Original container title: Yellow build. 16th & end of Hoboken. Seen is the sign atop the east side of the Lipton Tea building: Hoboken Welcomes Industry.

Image of B+W photo of a profile view of a 'woodie' station wagon automobile of the Shulton Inc., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1940-45. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of a profile view of a 'woodie' station wagon automobile of the Shulton Inc., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1940-45. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of a profile view of a 'woodie' station wagon automobile of Shulton Inc., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1940-45. 2-1/2" high x 3-1/2" wide print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank. The Shulton Company was located at 1500 Washington St. (Lipton Tea Building) and was manufacturer of soaps, cosmetics and toiletries including Old Spice brand products. According to the 1946 Industrial Directory of New Jersey, the company employed 300 men and 700 women. The car seen with lettering on the door is possibly a Coachmaster or Cadillac from the early 1940's.

Image of Color photos, 2, former Lipton Tea / Standard Brands building undergoing conversion to residential housing, Hoboken, June 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photos, 2, former Lipton Tea / Standard Brands building undergoing conversion to residential housing, Hoboken, June 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photos, two, former Lipton Tea / Standard Brands building undergoing conversion to residential housing, Hoboken, June 1999. 4" x 6" wide prints, dated by photographer; no processor's date. Photographer: Mel Kiernan, Hoboken. 1: view north from 14th and Hudson Streets of the south side of the building which borders Fifteenth Street (address of the Tea Building is now 1500 Washington St. but sign on fence identifies it as "1500 Hudson" project) from Hudson to Washington to Bloomfield Streets, (all of these streets to were extended 15th St. when the building was finished.) Note that the north building (left) has a number of the new windows already in place. 2: view northwest of