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Name Bloomfield St.
Number of Archive records 57.0
Number of Object records 33.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Photo records 59.0

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Image of Short History of St. John's Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1926. - Pamphlet

Short History of St. John's Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1926. - Pamphlet

Short History of St. John's Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1926. 8vo pamphlet. [20] pp. plus cover, photo illustrated. PDF on file. Covers the history of the church at Third and Bloomfield Streets from 1889 to 1926. Photos include: -clergy -interior and exterior -group photos (most taken by William Manewal of Hoboken) including - choir, - Sunday school - Boy Scout Troop 10. Printed by H. J. Fischer, Jr. of Hoboken. On page [20], they thank Tietjen & Land Dry Dock Co. and Mr. F. Lang for assistance and help. ---- saint / johns

Image of Booklet: A Century in the First Baptist Church of Hoboken, New Jersey, December 1945. - Pamphlet

Booklet: A Century in the First Baptist Church of Hoboken, New Jersey, December 1945. - Pamphlet

Booklet: A Century in the First Baptist Church of Hoboken, New Jersey. Published at the time of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of the Church, December 1945. Booklet, 6" x 9" high. 28 pp. plus cover, photos. PDF on file A very useful history of this church which is no longer in operation. Full text is in notes. Printed by the Poggi Press of Hoboken.

Image of Printed view of the Columbia Club, northeast corner of Bloomfield and Eleventh Sts., Hoboken, ca. 1900. - Print

Printed view of the Columbia Club, northeast corner of Bloomfield and Eleventh Sts., Hoboken, ca. 1900. - Print

Printed view of the Columbia Club, northeast corner of Bloomfield and Eleventh Sts., Hoboken, ca. 1900. Print is 6-3/4" high x 9-1/2" wide, top edge tipped-on stiff paper. Pencil notation at lower edge. Reverse of print is blank. View is looking northwest up Bloomfield St. Source of image, where printed and when is not given. Some hand-tinted areas are seen.

Image of Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. Bill to W. Lefman for Lot no. 19, Block No. 8. William R. Harrison was Collector of Assessments. City Clerk's Office was at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Washington Street.

Image of Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No.16, October 1977.

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Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No.16, October 1977. - Magazine

Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No. 16, October, 1977. Booklet, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, 24 pp., illustrated. Published by Jim Hans. Volume 2 issue. Features 21 photographs by Virginia Rolston. Plus short articles about Dorothea Lange and Alfred Stieglitz

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional & Retail Business Assn. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional and Retail Business Association. Updated and revised version of 1976 edition. Created by the the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, 18-1/2" high x 24" wide, printed both sides, folded to 9-1/4" x 12". Front panel has logo of business association Full interior (reverse) has printed text with 43 numbered and described sites on the the tour (earlier version had 34). A map with key numbers is at center. Text titled "Preservation Hoboken-Style" on one panel is same text with some small deletions. The three photos that appear in this version were taken by Ken Clare: exterior of Our Lady of Gra

Image of Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A.  Copyright 1925. - Booklet, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. - Booklet, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. Booklet, 6-7/8" high x 10-3/4" wide, 16 pp. plus covers; lacking pp. 7-11. (see archives 2008.033.0002 for a complete copy.) Instructional text is found on pages 1-5 with rest being printed music. The oblong format is intended to fit in wire holder on a ukelin and is the same as the sheet music mentioned below. This item accompanied a ukelin, objects 2006.031.0013. Also accompanied by 37 pieces of sheet music, archives 2006.031.0015.

Image of Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin distributed by International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various dates, issued ca. 1925-1931. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin distributed by International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various dates, issued ca. 1925-1931. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin sold by the International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various printed copyright dates and publishers; issued with an instrument ca. 1925-1931. PDF on file. These sheets accompanied a ukelin, objects 2006.031.0013. and a ukelin instruction book, archives 2006.031.0014. All are 7" high x 10-1/2" to 10-3/4" wide. The format was for use in a wire music holder on the ukelin. Twenty-nine are single leaves and printed one side only. Eight are 2 pages being folios printed one side only and folded to format size. All except numbers 400 and 1063 were published by Johann Schick or Schick's Music House, New York City. No. 400 was copyright Boosey & Co. No. 106

Image of Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park, Hoboken, New Jersey. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. Plastic comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 26 pp. plus covers; illustrated. PDF on file. A glossy proposal for the development of the north side of Observer Highway from Bloomfield St. to Willow Avenue into a residential apartment complex for middle income co-ops and low income rentals. The developers would be a joint venture between the Applied Companies and Hartz Mountain Industries. Architects were Beyer Blinder Belle whose office Beyer Blinder Belle Graphics designed this publication. It includes plans, elevations and artist's views. Seven printed photographs of contemporary Hoboken c

Image of View of a Mack tanker truck in front of 150-152 Newark Street with Hoboken City Hall in background, Hoboken, circa 1943. - Print, Photographic

View of a Mack tanker truck in front of 150-152 Newark Street with Hoboken City Hall in background, Hoboken, circa 1943. - Print, Photographic

View of a Mack tanker truck in front of 150-152 Newark Street with Hoboken City Hall in background, Hoboken, circa 1943. The view is looking northeast to the corner of Bloomfield St.

Image of Sepia-tone copy photo of First St. looking west from Washington St., Hoboken, ca. 1930. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone copy photo of First St. looking west from Washington St., Hoboken, ca. 1930. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone copy photo of First Street looking west from Washington Street, Hoboken, circa 1930. Bishop's Theatre marquee, 106 First St., is at the right. Bloomfield Street is the cross street seen. City Hall is out of view to the left.

Image of B+W photocopy of photo of First St. looking west from Washington St., Hoboken, ca. 1930. - Print, Photographic

B+W photocopy of photo of First St. looking west from Washington St., Hoboken, ca. 1930. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photocopy of photo of First Street looking west from Washington Street, Hoboken, circa 1930. Bishop's Theatre marquee, 106 First St., is at the right. Bloomfield Street is the cross street seen. City Hall is out of view to the left.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of Cyclone Disaster, northwest corner of First and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, August 29, 1901. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of Cyclone Disaster, northwest corner of First and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, August 29, 1901. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of Cyclone Disaster, northwest corner of First and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, August 29, 1901. Copy photo. Original image from Hoboken Public Library Historic Picture Collection. Image number not given.

Image of Handbill: 31st Annual Block Party & Gate Sale, Bloomfield St., Sept. 8, 2007. - Handbill

Handbill: 31st Annual Block Party & Gate Sale, Bloomfield St., Sept. 8, 2007. - Handbill

Handbill: Thirty-first Annual Block Party and Gate Sale, Bloomfield St., Saturday, September 8, 2007. Single leaf, 8-1/2" x 11" high. Two copies as flat leaf; two copies folded to 3-3/4" x 4-1/4" and tied with white gift ribbon. Event was on Bloomfield between Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets.

Image of Report: [Fire investigation and response to] Admiral Benson Service Club, (Hoboken), Dec. 15 to Dec. 31, 1919. - Report

Report: [Fire investigation and response to] Admiral Benson Service Club, (Hoboken), Dec. 15 to Dec. 31, 1919. - Report

Report: [Fire investigation and response to] Admiral Benson Service Club, (Hoboken), Dec. 15 to Dec. 31, 1919. Eight typed carbon leaves, signed by supervising field secretary, A.J. Barrett., undated, but presumably January or February 1920. Text transcribed in notes. The report details the fire that destroyed the club on December 10, 1919 in which two people died (William Clark and Walter Vance). Claims from families and buildings affected by the fire, National Catholic War Council's restitution to victims, families and employees affected and to employees losses of property are noted. Mrs. Mary H. Markey (F.P. Markey) and her local committee were credited in the report. Attachments ref

Image of TLS from Edward Arnold, National Catholic War Council to John Ryan, Hoboken, Feb. 16, 1920, re monies related to Admiral Benson Service Club. - Documents

TLS from Edward Arnold, National Catholic War Council to John Ryan, Hoboken, Feb. 16, 1920, re monies related to Admiral Benson Service Club. - Documents

Typed letter signed from Edward Arnold, Comptroller, National Catholic War Council to John Ryan, Hoboken, Feb. 16, 1920, re monies related to Admiral Benson Service Club. Ryan, Newark and Jackson Streets, was Treasurer of the Club. Arnold is sending another $250 to help wrap up the club's accounts and wants him to finalize all records and then forward them to him.

Image of Bill from George F. Burger, Apothecary to Mayor and Council, City of Hoboken, Feb.13, 1907. - Invoice

Bill from George F. Burger, Apothecary to Mayor and Council, City of Hoboken, Feb.13, 1907. - Invoice

Bill from George F. Burger, Apothecary, First and Bloomfield Streets, to Mayor and Council, City of Hoboken, February 13, 1907 for pharmaceutical prescriptions. Presumably the expenses were incurred on the City's behalf by the Overseer of the Poor or Saint Mary Hospital.

Image of Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton. March 1974. - Magazine

Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton. March 1974. - Magazine

Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton, pages 22-25 in Suburban New Jersey Life, Vol. 44, No. 2, March 1974. Resident and home owner in Hoboken who describes features and amenities of city, shopping, running for Board of Education seat, ethnic culture and heritage ("until 1911...minutes of the Hoboken Board of Education were kept in the German language") and home renovation. Nine photos of exteriors. Mentions two "matching mansions on Hudson Street, we later discovered, were built for two partners named Hammacher and Schlemmer."

Image of Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th & Bloomfield, Hoboken, N.J. Copyright 1925. - Book, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th & Bloomfield, Hoboken, N.J. Copyright 1925. - Book, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street(sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. 6-5/8" high x 10-3/4" wide, 16 pp plus cover. This instruction booklet accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, a ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0003 to .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this booklet. (Note that the address is variously given as Fourteenth or Fifteenth Street.)

Image of Receipt from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for a ukelin, Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. - Receipt

Receipt from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for a ukelin, Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. - Receipt

Receipt from the International Musical Corporation [14th and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, N.J.] for "One International Instrument" (ukelin), Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. 7" high x 8-1/2" wide. This receipt accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, the ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0002, .0004 to .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this contract. Note "Regular Price $35.00" at the top left. (This price could also usually be seen on the printed label mounted inside the sound hole(s) on the instrument.) It is stated at the top right of this sheet: "Advertising Rate for Limited Time Only $17.50." The document is actually a contract used by the