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Name 600 Hudson St.
Number of Archive records 34.0
Number of Object records 13.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Photo records 28.0

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Image of Program for a "Musicale" given by Mrs. Carl Willenborg and Miss Christiane Walter at the German Club Hall, Hoboken, May 12, 1913. - Program

Program for a "Musicale" given by Mrs. Carl Willenborg and Miss Christiane Walter at the German Club Hall, Hoboken, May 12, 1913. - Program

Program for a "Musicale" given by Mrs. Carl Willenborg and Miss Christiane Walter at the German Club Hall, Hoboken, Monday, May 12, 1913. Single folio, 6-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" wide. Willenborg was a mezzo-soprano and Walter the pianist. Cover notes: "Silver collection for the charitable work of 'Heads and Hearts.'" German Club was also known as the Deutscher Club. It was at 600 Hudson St.

Image of Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. - Map

Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. - Map

Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. 12" x 18" high sheet printed two sides, folded to 4" wide x 9-5/8" high. Multiple copies.

Image of Digital images of program: First Annual Dance of Tom Barry & Frank Garrick Assn., Union Club, Hoboken, Sept. 15, 1950. - Program

Digital images of program: First Annual Dance of Tom Barry & Frank Garrick Assn., Union Club, Hoboken, Sept. 15, 1950. - Program

Digital images of program: First Annual Dance of Tom Barry and Frank Garrick Association, to be held at the Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, Friday Evening, September 15, 1950. Booklet, 6" x 9" high. 28 pp. plus covers. Museum does not own original. Reference prints of all pages on file. The individuals in the association name and its purpose are not identified any further. The "Greeting" on page [1] says "We are confident that this celebration will be signalized by that delightful spirit of Democracy which never fails to exercise a softening influence on human contacts." The word "democracy" suggests it was possibly a political club-type of association. The program includes over tw

Image of Digital image of letter: Signed letter from John J. Grogan, Oct. 22, 1951 inviting recipient to annual Pre-Election Dance at Union Club. - Letter

Digital image of letter: Signed letter from John J. Grogan, Oct. 22, 1951 inviting recipient to annual Pre-Election Dance at Union Club. - Letter

Digital image: Signed letter from John J. Grogan, Oct. 22, 1951, John J. Grogan Association, inviting recipient to annual Pre-Election Dance at the Union Club, Hoboken, on Friday, November 2nd,1951. Single mimeographed leaf, printed one side, 8-1/2" x 11" high. Museum does not own the original item. Signed "Johnny" by Grogan or someone acting on his behalf. Lower left corner has holographic ink note: Letter to all County Employees residents of Hoboken. It is not written in the same hand as the signature.

Image of Digital image: letter to Hugh A. McGuire, Dept. of Public Works, Hoboken from UNICO, Hoboken Chapter, April 22, 1960. - Letter

Digital image: letter to Hugh A. McGuire, Dept. of Public Works, Hoboken from UNICO, Hoboken Chapter, April 22, 1960. - Letter

Digital image: letter to Hugh A. McGuire, Dept. of Public Works, Hoboken from Alphonse R. Berardi, President, UNICO, Hoboken Chapter, April 22, 1960. On UNICO letterhead, address was Union Club, 600 Hudson St., Hoboken. Replying to a letter from the city and stating they would help with the project (which is probably street lighting; See archives 2005.005.0047 for related letter) that was discussed in the letter. Mentions Mayor John J. Grogan and Council President Louis DePascale.

Image of Letter, form: "Graduate" (alumnus) of Stevens Academy from Headmaster Howard Bennett re commencement & closing of school, May 29, 1974. - Letter

Letter, form: "Graduate" (alumnus) of Stevens Academy from Headmaster Howard Bennett re commencement & closing of school, May 29, 1974. - Letter

Form letter to "Graduate" (alumnus) of Stevens Academy from Headmaster Howard Bennett re invitation to commencement and the closing of the school, Hoboken, May 28, 1974. Mimeographed on Stevens Academy letterhead with facsimile signature, 8-1/2" x 11" high. The letter states " Dear Graduate, It would be wonderful to see you at the Commencement Exercises for the Class of 1974, the 114th graduating class. Unfortunately, this shall mark the end of Stevens Academy. We are reluctantly closing our doors, another victim of these bewildering times." Postscript below includes information on the gala reception to be held at the Union Club, price and contact person. ---- graduation / ceremon

Image of Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. - Brochure

Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. - Brochure

Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. Single leaf, 8-3/16" high x 10-5/8" wide, folded twice to 3-5/8" wide. Printed in color one side; black-and-white on the other side. A commercial establishment at 600 Hudson Street had three bars, various dining and meeting rooms plus a ballroom with a stage and scenery for events and social functions. It had been operated as stated since July 1, 1935 by the Sampieri family who also updated the facilities. Current management was Joseph Sampieri, General Manager and Charles J. Cerutti, Manager. The Club was built in the 19th century as the Deutscher or German Club. Images seen include: exterior of the building;

Image of Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. Original was booklet 8-1/2" wide x 11" high; cover plus [34] pages. Event was a Dinner - Dance at the Union Club, 600 Hudson St., Hoboken, Sunday, October 22, 1956. The oldest reform temple in Hoboken, it was founded October 21, 1871. See archives 2006.014.0304 for program for October 20, 1961 services at the temple.

Image of Ladies Night Package Party Sponsored by Third Ward Democratic Club, Hoboken, Nov. 1938. - Handbill

Ladies Night Package Party Sponsored by Third Ward Democratic Club, Hoboken, Nov. 1938. - Handbill

Handbill: Ladies Night Package Party Sponsored by Third Ward Democratic Club, New Oxford Hall, 500 Adams Street, Hoboken, November 12, 1938. Digital images only. Original 6" high x 9" wide. Printed two sides. Reverse has "Just to Remind You Thanksgiving Night at New Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken...Music by The Esquires."

Image of Program: 90th Anniversary Dinner-Dance, Hoboken Lodge No. 74, B.P.O. Elks, April, 1979. - Program

Program: 90th Anniversary Dinner-Dance, Hoboken Lodge No. 74, B.P.O. Elks, April, 1979. - Program

Program: 90th Anniversary Dinner-Dance, Hoboken Lodge No. 74, B.P.O. Elks, to be held at the Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, New Jersey, Saturday Evening, April 28th, 1979. Softcover, 6" wide x 9" high, unpaginated, [36] pp. plus cover. Printed by Poggi Press, Hoboken.

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.

Image of Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1961-1965. - Brochure

Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1961-1965. - Brochure

Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Tel. OLdfield 6-9600. No date, circa 1961-1965. Single sheet printed both sides in full color; 9" high x 12" wide folded to 4" wide. 2 copies (both weak at folds.) Color photo views of the exterior, parking lot booth, Grand Ballroom, Rose Room, Gold Room, Castle Bar and Wine Room. Dating determined by "Established 1935 - Over 25 Years Under the Same Management" so the early date would be 1961. The telephone number did not include an area code (generally 1963), so the brochure is probably from from the early 1960s.

Image of Tickets, 3, to President Frankin D. Roosevelt birthday balls at Union Club, Hoboken, 1942-1944. - Ticket

Tickets, 3, to President Frankin D. Roosevelt birthday balls at Union Club, Hoboken, 1942-1944. - Ticket

Facsimile reproduction of ticket to City of Hoboken, N.J., National Celebration of Our President's Diamond Jubilee Birthday. Birthday Ball for the President, Friday Evening, January 30, 1942, Union Club Building, Hudson and Sixth Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Plus reproductions of two other tickets: Jan. 30, 1943 ball, his 61st birthday Jan. 29, 1944 ball, his 62nd birthday Digital inkjet print with reproduction of three tickets, each ticket ca. 3-1/4" x 5-1/4" wide. Format of each ticket is the same (except the 1944 ticket has "1944" underprinting the body text presumably as some security feature) and features an oval photo portrait of President Roosevelt. B.N. McFeely [Mayor Bernard

Image of Newspaper: The Hoboken Reporter, Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 21, 1983. - Newspaper

Newspaper: The Hoboken Reporter, Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 21, 1983. - Newspaper

Newspaper: The Hoboken Reporter, Volume 1, Number 1, September 21, 1983. Tabloid format, 11-1/2" wide x 17" high, 24 pages. Four copies. Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Published by The Hoboken Reporter, Inc., 55 First St., Hoboken, N.J. Joseph Barry, President, Publisher. First (inaugural) issue of this weekly publication; cover price - 20 cents. "16,000 Circulation." Notable is a long article by Sheldon Frank being part I of a two-part article about and interview of Mayor Steve Cappiello ("Spotlight On..." column starting on page 6.) From masthead, page 4: Joseph Barry, President, Publisher James L. Conklin, General Manager Pat Donnelly, Editor [note: a donor of these cop

Image of Trade card: The Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, N.J.; The Cellar. N.d., ca. 1965-1975. - Card, Trade

Trade card: The Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, N.J.; The Cellar. N.d., ca. 1965-1975. - Card, Trade

Trade card: The Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, N.J. 07030; The Cellar. No date, circa 1965-1975. 2-1/4" x 3-12" wide. Three each. Small cards advertising this restaurant/bar/night club. It was originally built as the German or Deutscher Club in the 19th century. Front: photograph of a business meeting room. Back imprinted: For Your Next Business Meeting Think of Us. Conveniently located near Lincoln and Holland Tunnel. Fully Air Conditioned. Accomodations for 30 - 5 other rooms available, accomodations up to 700, Weddings, Dinner Dances etc. - 3 bars. Restaurant Open 7 Days. Entertainment and Dancing. Address includes zip code; telephone numbers do not include area code.

Image of Receipt for Mrs. [Helen?] Kostelecky from the Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, July 11, 1964. - Receipt

Receipt for Mrs. [Helen?] Kostelecky from the Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, July 11, 1964. - Receipt

Receipt for Mrs. [Helen?] Kostelecky from the Union Club, 600 Hudson Street, Hoboken, July 11, 1964 for additional deposit on dinners to be served on July 19, 1964. Printed billhead, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, with typewritten entries and holographic ink signature of manager, Charles J. Cerutti. The number of dinners was not stated, but the total deposit was $370.00. Note printed phone number is OLdfield without an area code.

Image of Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group ,"Androcles and the Lion" by G.B. Shaw. (Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931.) - Program

Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group ,"Androcles and the Lion" by G.B. Shaw. (Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931.) - Program

Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group Presents "Androcles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw; Under the direction of Mr. H[arold]. A. Zantow. Friday Eve., November 6, 1931. Single folio, coverweight stock, 5-1/2" x 7-1/4" high, [4] pp. With: newsclipping re production from the same date, newspaper not identified. Not stated on the program, but in the news article, the performance was at the Union Club (600 Hudson St.), Hoboken. The organization was an amateur theatrical society possibly associated with the Stevens Preparatory School (Academy) and or Hoboken Academy. These materials are from the personal papers of Anita Heimbruch of 1217 Garden St., Hoboken. (At the date of this ite

Image of Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group ,"Outward Bound" by Sutton Vane. (Hoboken, Apr. 29, 1932.) - Program

Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group ,"Outward Bound" by Sutton Vane. (Hoboken, Apr. 29, 1932.) - Program

Program: The Hoboken Theatre Group Presents "Outward Bound" by Sutton Vane; Under the direction of Mr. H[arold]. A. Zantow. Friday Eve., April 29th, 1932. Single folio, coverweight stock, 5-5/8" x 7-3/8" high, [4] pp. Two copies. The performance was probably at the Union Club (600 Hudson St.), Hoboken. See archives 2003.037.6002 for the program of a Nov. 1931 production by this same group that was at the Union Club.) The organization was an amateur theatrical society possibly associated with the Stevens Preparatory School (Academy) and or Hoboken Academy. These materials are from the personal papers of Anita Heimbruch of 1217 Garden St., Hoboken. (At the date of this item she was p

Image of Program: Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 24, 2010. - Program

Program: Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 24, 2010. - Program

Program: Hoboken Historical Museum Presents the Annual Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 24, [2010]. 8-1/2" high x 5-1/2" wide. 24 pp. plus cover. Two copies. With: printed announcement cards, 4" x 6", high. Three each. The program also served as the entry ticket and walking tour guide with map to the locations on the tour. Sponsored by PNC Real Estate. Advertisments from several other local businesses. Places on tour: A. 104 Bloomfield St. B. 340-1/2 Garden St. (former Biermann Marzipan Factory) C. 600 Hudson St. D. 58 Ninth St. E. 1025 Maxwell Place F.1017 Bloomfield St. G. 1031 Garden St. H. 1223 Park Ave. I. 2 Constitution Ct.

Image of Program: Banquet honoring Karl Keller on 25th anniversary at K.&E., Union Club, Hoboken, Dec.5, 1935. - Program

Program: Banquet honoring Karl Keller on 25th anniversary at K.&E., Union Club, Hoboken, Dec.5, 1935. - Program

Menu program for Banquet honoring Karl Keller on his 25th anniversary at Keuffel & Esser Company, December 5, 1935. Union Club, Hoboken. Single folio, 4-1/2 x 7" high, [4] pp. Real photo portrait of Keller tipped-in on page [2]. Keller was an executive who later became President of K&E. It had its main office and factories in Hoboken during this era. This event was apparently separate from the usual dinner event that honored 25-year employees who were installed in a company group called the 'Old Guard.' Griffin trademark is on back cover, page [4] along with penciled note of location: Union Club, Hob. Cover text: 1910; Banquet Tendered Mr. Karl Keller on the Occasion of the Twenty-Fi