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Name Boy Scouts of America
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Circa 1936:
Alexander Hamilton Council, North Hudson - Hoboken, BSA, 960 Bergenline Ave., Union City, N.J.
Hoboken Troops: Troop No.; Sponsoring Institution; Scoutmaster
1. First Presbyterian Church, Charles Poole
2. Church of the Holy Innocents, Carl A. Zenzius
3. German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Kenneth White
5. St. Matthew's E.L. Church, Albert Immen
7. Community Group, Michael DePasquale
9. Jewish War Vets. [Veterans] & Community Center, Harry LaBook
11. First M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, Frank Bogert
14. First Baptist Church, Julius Abdai
15. Hoboken Post Am. Legion No. 107, Robert Verseput.
Number of Archive records 4.0
Number of Object records 1.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Photo records 1.0

Associated Records

Image of Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] pp. [i-vi], 1-27 plus two inserted maps (following pages 5 and 27) plus cover. 8-1/2" x 11" high leaves printed one side. Text in English (foreword mentions a Spanish language version was to be issued.) Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Text is in notes. A curriculum development project created as a guide for new pupil students. Purpose was to ease the transition of these students with information on the history of Hoboken, current data about the city, schools and school resources including policies. Also ten pages on community services: Hoboken Board of Education Police Athletic League Boy Scouts of

Image of Booklet: Scouting Must Go On! Alexander Hamilton Council, North Hudson - Hoboken Boys Scouts of America. [Union City, N.J.], n.d., ca. 1937. - Booklet

Booklet: Scouting Must Go On! Alexander Hamilton Council, North Hudson - Hoboken Boys Scouts of America. [Union City, N.J.], n.d., ca. 1937. - Booklet

Booklet: Scouting Must Go On! Invest in Boyhood to Build Manhood. Alexander Hamilton Council, North Hudson - Hoboken Boys Scouts of America. [Union City, N.J.], no date, circa 1937, possibly 1938. Pamphlet, 8-1/2" x 11" high, [12] pp. including covers, illustrated. A reference is made on pg [8] to "adverse economic conditions" [Great Depression] and "More than 1900 boys have been affiliated with our 43 units during 1936". Includes pages devoted to Camp Towadene and Camp Todd. Two pages depict portraits of the officers and members of the executive board. Back cover has pictures of the field staff along with the troop roster; Hoboken transcribed below. Troop No.; Sponsoring Institutio

Image of Catalog: Official Boy Scout Uniforms & Equipment Free! When You Drink Cocomalt. R. B. Davis Co., Hoboken, N.J. Ca. 1952. - Catalog

Catalog: Official Boy Scout Uniforms & Equipment Free! When You Drink Cocomalt. R. B. Davis Co., Hoboken, N.J. Ca. 1952. - Catalog

Key to Equipment Catalogue; Official Scout Uniforms and Equipment Free! When You Drink Cocomalt. R. B. Davis Co., Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1952. Printed booklet, 4-1/2" wide x 7" high, 56 pp. plus cover, illustrated. PDF on file. A catalog for Boy Scouts of America items which could be obtained by sending in the the inner lid seal from cans of Cocomalt. The malted milk powder product was made in Hoboken and is profusely advertised in illustrations and the text. This program was conducted from the Hoboken plant. Also there was a portion where the seals could also be redeemed for stamps good towards several Scout activities such as registration fees, subscription to Boys Life, Scout cam

Image of Ad for Tootsie Roll and Boy Scouts. Probably from scouting magazine, Boy's Life, 1948. - Ad, Magazine

Ad for Tootsie Roll and Boy Scouts. Probably from scouting magazine, Boy's Life, 1948. - Ad, Magazine

Ad for Tootsie Roll & Boy Scouts. Clipped advertisment from unknown magazine (probably Boy's Life), 1948 as stated by donor. 5" wide x 5-3/4" high. A daytime photo a scout in uniform cooking at a campfire; text below: Before you go camping - Be sure to put some TOOTSIE ROLLS in your Knapsack. You'll be glad you did. Depiction of a wrapped Tootsie Roll (note its label uses 'Roll' rather than 'Rolls' as often seen in their advertisements.) Tootie Rolls and related products were made in Hoboken at this time by the Sweets Company of America.

Image of Patches & merit badges apparently belonging to a Boy Scout member or scoutmaster of a Hoboken troop, n.d., ca. 1950-1970. - Badge, Merit

Patches & merit badges apparently belonging to a Boy Scout member or scoutmaster of a Hoboken troop, n.d., ca. 1950-1970. - Badge, Merit

Patches and merit badges apparently belonging an unknown Boy Scouts of America member or a scoutmaster of a Hoboken troop, no date, circa 1950-1970. All are embroidered cloth, varying shapes and sizes. While date ranges are known for some items, there is a range present here without a clear indication of the precise period that any one scout would have worn these items (some are used, others are not used). Due to that wide date range, they are not probably ones that were earned by a specific scout, but were more likely held by a scoutmaster associated with a troop for a long period (alternately it is possibly an accumulation by a collector or dealer that was the donor's source; provena

Image of Sepia-tone group photo of Hoboken Boy Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps posed outside Demarest High School, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1930s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone group photo of Hoboken Boy Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps posed outside Demarest High School, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1930s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone group photo of Boy Scouts of America, Hoboken Council, Drum and Bugle Corps posed on the steps of Hoboken (or Demarest) High School, Hoboken, no date, circa 1930s, possibly earlier. Digital image only; Museum does not own original. Original: 8" x 10" print, photographer not indicated. A boy scout is identified in ink in upper margin with an 'X' on him: Edward Mackin, fourth row from the front, second from left. Other people have not been identified.