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Name 404 Washington St.
Number of Archive records 1
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Image of Business card: Sole Search, 801 Washington St. & (verso) Via Mode, 404 Washington Street, Hoboken, (2006). - Card, Trade

Business card: Sole Search, 801 Washington St. & (verso) Via Mode, 404 Washington Street, Hoboken, (2006). - Card, Trade

Business card: Sole Search, 801 Washington St. & (verso) Via Mode, 404 Washington Street, Hoboken, (2006). Both stores feature shoes (men's & women's) and womens's accessories with Sole Search also having some women's clothing.

Image of Two-piece gift box imprinted "Lallo's House of Charles, Men's Wear, 404 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J.," no date, ca. 1990-2000. - Box

Two-piece gift box imprinted "Lallo's House of Charles, Men's Wear, 404 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J.," no date, ca. 1990-2000. - Box

Two-piece gift box imprinted "Lallo's House of Charles, Men's Wear, 404 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J." on lid, no date, ca. 1990-2000. Folding box 15" wide x 10" high x 2" thick. Two pieces sleeved together: top, lid, blue-coated card stock with printed coat of arms and lettering in gold ink; bottom, plain white stock. Top has "recycling" symbol on one end. Traditionally used for a shirt or smaller clothing. The store was founded by Charles Lallo, Sr. Ca. 2002, much of the store was converted to the sale of health and vitamin supplements operating with a new name. The sign for the original store was still present in 2003.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of business exterior, W.C. Budenbender, 404 Washington St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1900-1909. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of business exterior, W.C. Budenbender, 404 Washington St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1900-1909. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the exterior of business, W.C. Budenbender, 404 Washington Street, Hoboken, no date, circa 1900-1909. 4" high x 5-1/2" wide print on 5-1/4" x 7-1/4" photographer's mount. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has two separate pencil notations, both appearing contemporary: "404 Washington" and "56." An undentified woman with hat stands outside the entrance to the business which was real estate and insurance et al. The signage indicates the proprietor was a Justice of the Peace, Commissioner of Deeds, Pension Attorney and Notary Public. On the bottom sign it notes: Coal and Wood. To the right of the main window with the gilt lettering is a sign board with the busine