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Name 532 Washington St.
Number of Archive records 1
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Image of Bill for groceries from A.H. Brandt, Fancy Groceries, Etc., 532 Washington St., Hoboken, July 7(?), 1905. - Bill of Sale

Bill for groceries from A.H. Brandt, Fancy Groceries, Etc., 532 Washington St., Hoboken, July 7(?), 1905. - Bill of Sale

Bill for groceries from A.H. Brandt, Fancy Groceries, Etc., 532 Washington St., Hoboken, July 7(?), 1905. Printed billhead, 4-1/4" wide x 8-1/2" high. Staple present below center right A pre-printed form advertising Washburn-Crosby's Gold Medal Flour with flour sack (a bag) depicted along with other text; printed in blue and gold. Brandt's imprint was an ink stamp. Itemized food and domestic items (wood?) with prices totaled $3.00 and was sold to a Mrs. Lohr, 316 Grand St. See notes.

Image of B+W photo of World War I Liberty Bond ship float at Washington & 6th Sts., Hoboken, n.d, ca. June-Aug. 1918. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of World War I Liberty Bond ship float at Washington & 6th Sts., Hoboken, n.d, ca. June-Aug. 1918. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of World War One Liberty Bond ship float on Washington Street, south of Sixth Street, Hoboken, no date, 1918 probably between June and August. 3-9/16" high x 4-7/16" wide. No photographer indicated. Reverse has an undated modern holographic ink notation describing scene. Remains of album mounting tabs. The vertical sign on the corner building is "Public Service" which was Public Service Gas & Electric at 538 Washington St, the northwest corner of Sixth Street and Washington Street. (View is north - northwest.) Sign at left on float: Buy Your Liberty Bonds at This Battle Ship. Per a postcard postmarked April 22, 1918 (objects 2006.034.1134): "This ship is helpin