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Name Atlantic Boat Club
Details Also known as Atlantic Yacht Club.
Number of Archive records 6
Number of Object records 3
Number of Library records 3
Number of Photo records 12

Associated Records

Image of Official Programme, Fourth Annual Regatta of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Association, Guttenberg, Course, Saturday, August 2nd, 1902. - Program

Official Programme, Fourth Annual Regatta of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Association, Guttenberg, Course, Saturday, August 2nd, 1902. - Program

Official Programme, Fourth Annual Regatta of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Association, Guttenberg, Course, Saturday, August 2nd, 1902. 6-3/4" wide x 10-1/8" high. [16] pp. plus printed cover. Holographic pencil notes on the events pages of who finished in what place and the winning time. Members of the Association were Active Boat Club, Atlantic Boat Club, Germania Boat Club, Rosedale Boat Club and Valencia Boat Club. While most of the races were between these associations there were a few open races which other clubs participated in: Waverly Boat Club; Palisade Boat Club; Nassau Boat Club and Harlem Boat Club. The scheduled races listed in the "Order of Events" Junior Single Gig - Asso

Image of Official program of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Assn., 4th Annual Regatta, Aug. 2, 1902. - Program

Official program of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Assn., 4th Annual Regatta, Aug. 2, 1902. - Program

Official Programme. Fourth Annual Regatta of the Hoboken Amateur Rowing Association, Guttenberg Course. Saturday, August 2nd, 1902. 6-3/4" wide x 10-1/8" high. [16] pp. plus printed cover. Holographic pencil notes on the event such as who placed and times. Members of the Association were Active Boat Club, Atlantic Boat Club, Germania Boat Club, Rosedale Boat Club and Valencia Boat Club.

Image of Newsclipping: Landmark No More; Atlantic Boat Club's 88-Year Saga Told; Rebuilding Seen Improbable. Photocopy from Hudson Dispatch, April 9, 1946. - Documents

Newsclipping: Landmark No More; Atlantic Boat Club's 88-Year Saga Told; Rebuilding Seen Improbable. Photocopy from Hudson Dispatch, April 9, 1946. - Documents

Newsclipping: Landmark No More; Atlantic Boat Club's 88-Year Saga Told; Rebuilding Seen Improbable. Photocopies from Hudson Dispatch, April 9, 1946. Photo with caption from page one shows the wreckage of the boat club building lying between Pier 5 (Holland America Line) and Pier 1 (Pier 4 United States Shipping Board). Article text (from page 12 of that day's newspaper) details the history of the club established in 1858.

Image of Ticket to the Forty-Second Annual Regatta and Moonlight Excursion of the Atlantic Boat Club, Saturday, July 14, 1900. - Ticket

Ticket to the Forty-Second Annual Regatta and Moonlight Excursion of the Atlantic Boat Club, Saturday, July 14, 1900. - Ticket

Ticket to the Forty-Second Annual Regatta and Moonlight Excursion of the Atlantic Boat Club, Saturday, July 14, 1900. Presented to the Honorable Common Council by the Regatta Committee, June, 1900. Card stock, printed one side, 5-7/16" wide x 3" high. Reverse has holographic notations by the Hoboken City Clerk, John S. Haggerty. A barge for the regatta was to leave the Fifth Street pier at 1: 30 P.M. and at 8 P.M. for the excursion.

Image of Postcard: Atlantic Boat Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked August 31, 1913.  - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Boat Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked August 31, 1913. - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Boat Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, August 31, 1913. Color printed card, 3-1/2" high x 5-3/8" wide; undivided back (indicating original creation between 1901-1907); inscribed on front in lower margin. No publisher indicated. Stock number on back: No. 59 T View is northeast of the floating clubhouse on the Hudson River. This same view is seen in monochrome postcards titled as "Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J." (2002.168.0001 and 2006.034.0610) which were by a different publisher. Back uses a fancy typeface for word "Postcard" A Hoboken resident, G. Shiner of 506 Bloomfield Street, wrote a note to a woman, Miss Carrie Michael, of Mt. Be

Image of Enameled pin, Atlantic Boat Club, no date (ca. 1890-1900.) - Medal, Commemorative

Enameled pin, Atlantic Boat Club, no date (ca. 1890-1900.) - Medal, Commemorative

Sterling silver medal commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Atlantic Boat Club of Hoboken, June 20th, 1908. Gold finish sterling silver, circa 1-1/4" diameter. Enameled club monogram on front in two colors: A (white) B C (both blue.) Reverse has engraved name: J. H. Wahlers. Also maker's mark on reverse: WCo Sterling

Image of Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1901-1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1901-1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1901-1907. Monochromatic photographic image. 5-7/16" wide x 3-9/16" high. Undivided back. While titled as Yacht Club, it was more commonly known as Boat Club. ---- Hudson River Fourth St. Fifth St.

Image of Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked July 6, 1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked July 6, 1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Atlantic Yacht Club House, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked New York, July 6, 1907. Undivided back. No publisher indicated. Stock number on front: 1240. View is northeast of the floating clubhouse on the Hudson River. While titled as Yacht Club, it was more commonly known as Boat Club. ---- Hudson River Fourth St. Fifth St.

Image of U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine.

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine. See library catalog 2002.191.0001 for copy with images of the article.

Image of Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club on the pier near the clubhouse, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club on the pier near the clubhouse, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club on the pier near the clubhouse, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. 3-3/8" wide x 4-3/16" high. Mounted on cardboard, irregularly trimmed to photo. Reverse has modern ballpoint ink notation: Atlantic Boat Club. The two flanking men and the man at top with the top hat have shirts with the club insignia "A" on them. None are identified. The man behind the person standing on his hands also appears in photo catalog 2001.109.0003. The club was founded in 1858.

Image of Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of Hoboken waterfront from 5th St. to 3rd & Hudson Sts., n.d., ca. 1901-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of Hoboken waterfront from 5th St. to 3rd & Hudson Sts., n.d., ca. 1901-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of the Hoboken waterfront from Fifth Street to ca. Third & Hudson Streets, no date, circa 1901-1905. Four mounted prints, 5-3/4" high x 30" overall length. Photographer is not indicated. Reverse of mounting board is blank. PDF on file. Date is estimated from two main points: 1, the early date from the brick pier buildings of the North German Lloyd Steamship Lines piers No. 1 and No. 2 which were new structures built after the 1900 pier fire, ca. 1901-1902; 2, the late date is probably established by the towers associated with the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Ferry (Hoboken Ferry) and the D.L.& W. Railroad Terminal which is seen at the upper right

Image of B+W photo of the first Atlantic Boat Club house at the foot of 4th St. and the Hudson River, 1887. - Negative, Film

B+W photo of the first Atlantic Boat Club house at the foot of 4th St. and the Hudson River, 1887. - Negative, Film

Black-and-white photo of the first Atlantic Boat Club house at the foot of 4th St. and the Hudson River, 1887. Hoboken Public Library Historical Picture Collection no. 64. Black-and-white negative ca. 3" x 4" plus typed gummed adhesive label. HPL Catalog (2001.137.0001) citation under Clubs: First Atlantic Boat Club house, 1887; foot of 4th St. ---- Behind and above the club house can be seen a sign for "T. Desmond."

Image of Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club in a scull rowing on the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club in a scull rowing on the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of 5 members of the Atlantic Boat Club in a scull rowing on the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. 4-3/8" wide x 3-3/8" high. Mounted on cardboard, irregularly trimmed to photo. Reverse has modern ballpoint ink notation: Taken from Atlantic Boat Club. Four oarsmen and a coxswain. None of them are identified. Note masted sailing vessels on the river. The club was founded in 1858.

Image of Oval cyanotype photo of a member of the Atlantic Boat Club swimming in the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of a member of the Atlantic Boat Club swimming in the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. - Print, Photographic

Oval cyanotype photo of a member of the Atlantic Boat Club swimming in the Hudson River, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1890. 2-1/2" wide x 3-1/4" high. Mounted on cardboard, irregularly trimmed to photo. Reverse is blank. This man is unidentified. He also appears in photo catalog 2001.109.0001 The club was founded in 1858.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of ferry & floating boat club houses at 4th St. & Hudson River Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1920s.  - Photograph

Sepia-tone photo of ferry & floating boat club houses at 4th St. & Hudson River Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1920s. - Photograph

Sepia-tone photo of ferry and floating boat clubhouses at Fourth Street and Hudson River Hoboken, no date, circa 1920s. Digital image only; original print 3-1/4" high x 5-1/2" wide; reverse has pencil notes (transcribed below) apparently by proprietor Louis Jennes. Photographer not indicated. View is east at the Hudson River and River Road with the Atlantic Yacht Club floating clubhouse at the upper left of the scene and the Fifth Street Pier of Holland America Line in the background. A small ferry is centered in the photo with five people (two women and three men, none are identified although one may be Louis Jennes.) Floating behind them is a shack or shed that was a location used

Image of B+W photo of Rosedale Boat Club (left) & Atlantic Boat Club clubhouses on Hudson River between 4th & 5th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1890-1900. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Rosedale Boat Club (left) & Atlantic Boat Club clubhouses on Hudson River between 4th & 5th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1890-1900. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Rosedale Boat Club (left) and Atlantic Boat Club floating clubhouses on Hudson River between Fourth and Fifth Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa 1890-1900. 5" x 8" wide copy print. Original photographer not known. Copy photograph not credited, but probably made by Caroline Redden (nee Carlson) circa early 1970s. Reverse is blank. Source of image not indicated. Dating is approximate and view may be from the 1880s. View is east of the wooden buildings serving as homes for these two sports clubs devoted to rowing and sailing. To the right are a number of barges including a couple related to railroads. This area was north of the North German Lloyd Lines pier at Fo

Image of Sepia tone photo of Atlantic Boat Club exterior with members, Hudson River between 4th & 5th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1880s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of Atlantic Boat Club exterior with members, Hudson River between 4th & 5th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1880s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of the Atlantic Boat Club exterior with members posed in front and inside; one holding a dog (mascot?), on Hudson River between Fourth and Fifth Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa late 1880s into the 1890s. Print 6-1/8" wide x 7-7/8" high. Photographer not indicated or established. None of the people are identified. View is east of the floating clubhouse on the waterfront. Alternately known as the Atlantic Yacht Club. Print was found on leaf 2-1 in album 2013.053.0001, see that primary record for album description. ==== ---- Photography Signs Sports Boats Social Fraternal Organization