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Name Campbell Stores
Number of Archive records 3
Number of Object records 1
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 8

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Image of Newspaper clipping from album of article "Outing from Hoboken 40 Years Ago Recalled" from the Jersey Evening News, (September?) 25, 1932. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Outing from Hoboken 40 Years Ago Recalled" from the Jersey Evening News, (September?) 25, 1932. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Outing from Hoboken 40 Years Ago Recalled" from the Jersey Evening News, (September?) 25, 1932. With an added introduction and end note, it is a reprint from the Hoboken Evening News of Sept. 9, 1892. It concerns an outing of September 8, 1892 aboard the steamer T. L Sturtevant that left from the Thingvalia dock in Hoboken. Over 100 locals were giving a party celebrating the return of "Roundsman John Stanton" and assistant City Clerk Philip Kirschner from trip to Europe. Several dozen of the attendees are named. A group photo was taken at the Cambell & Co. warehouse platform. F.H. Bahr was the photographer. On the trip, a fire was seen on Ward's

Image of Document: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York, no date, ca. 1949-52. - Report

Document: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York, no date, ca. 1949-52. - Report

Digital images: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York City, no date, ca. 1949-1952. Photostatically duplicated leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" plus plate as described. Report cover; 33 pp plus ca. 22 x 18" wide plate being hand-drawn map of piers with tables below of deeds & owners (imaged here but also for reference see archive 2005.079.0024.01 for a more detailed record of the map.) PDF on file. The Museum does not own the originals. Text refers to court decisions as late as 1948 which provides an approximate document date. Who solicited this opinion is not indicated, but from the subject and conclusions it was probably the City of Hobo

Image of Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. - Map

Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. - Map

Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York City, no date, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. ca. 22 x 18" wide fold-out plate, photostatically duplicated. The Museum does not own the original. Hand-drawn map shows piers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 with the order running from Hudson Square (Fifth Street) as no. 1 to no. 6 at Newark Street. The map in the top half is keyed by letters to show property owners as listed in two columns of holographic text on the bottom half. Listed are the map key letters, date of recorded deeds, liber, previous owner and new owner. The real estat

Image of Painting: Holland America Line Fifth Street Pier, Hoboken, N.J.  - Painting

Painting: Holland America Line Fifth Street Pier, Hoboken, N.J. - Painting

Painting: Holland America Line Fifth Street Pier, Hoboken, N.J. Acrylic on canvas, sight size 13-5/8" high x 31" wide; framed in red stained wormwood with orange painted wood liner, 21" high x 39" wide. Reverse has dust cover and framer's printed label (Span Craft Studios, 37 Front St., Redbank, N.J.) Signed by artist in lower right corner: S D L(?) Date: undated, circa late 1940s-early 1950s. Prior owner: Adriaan P.L. Roggeveen (1890-1957), Director of Operations, Holland America Line, Hoboken. Adriaan P.L Roggeveen Collection. Gift of Robert Roggeveen. The painting depicts the pier area with horse-drawn wagons or carts and no modern motored land vehicles other than railroad t

Image of New Jersey's Relation to the Port of New York. Fourth Preliminary Report of the New Jersey Harbor Commission. February, 1914. - Documents

New Jersey's Relation to the Port of New York. Fourth Preliminary Report of the New Jersey Harbor Commission. February, 1914. - Documents

New Jersey's Relation to the Port of New York. Fourth Preliminary Report of the New Jersey Harbor Commission. February, 1914. 8vo gray cloth. 214 pp. plus 8 tipped-in fold-out maps and large folded loose map in rear pocket (see index page 203, image no. 21, for list of maps). Enclosure: pre-stamped printed postcard for acknowledgement of receipt. The general description of the report and index is imaged. PLEASE NOTE: MAPS ARE FRAGILE and should not be opened without assistance and adequate flat space to work with them. The Commission was located at 75 Montgomery St., Jersey City, New Jersey.

Image of Digital image of sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. Original print ca. 12" x16". Reverse was blank. Photograph taken by Ernst F. Walter. An elevated view looking southeast towards the Hudson River. The park is now known as Stevens Park, between Fourth and Fifth Streets. This image was used by the photographer as a published photographic postcard.

Image of B+W photocopy of photo of the north side of the 14th Street ferry terminal looking southwest, Hoboken, Nov. 3, 1942. - Print, Photographic

B+W photocopy of photo of the north side of the 14th Street ferry terminal looking southwest, Hoboken, Nov. 3, 1942. - Print, Photographic

B+W photocopy of photo of the north side of 14th Street east of Hudson St. with Lipton Tea building at the left., Hoboken, Nov. 3, 1942. 8-1/2" x 10" leaf. Reverse is blank. Source of original images not indicated. Fourteen Street Ferry Terminal is out of view to the right. Large building the center as sign at its east end: Campbell Stores, Fourteenth Street. Hoboken Diner is south of it. Tracks of the Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad can be seen. Dated in image plus the notation: NObs-63. Directional arrows indicate ferry slip and north.

Image of Sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of Hudson Square Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1880. Print ca. 12" x16" mounted on contemporary brittle board; edges trimmed irregularly. Reverse is blank. Photograph taken by Ernst F. Walter. An elevated view looking southeast towards the Hudson River. The park is now known as Stevens Park, between Fourth and Fifth Streets. This image was used by the photographer as a published photographic postcard. This image is the same as photo catalog 2003.028.0001 which is a digital image of the same print. It was framed and displayed at the Elysian Cafe, Hoboken.See notes.

Image of B+W copy photo of Holland America Line Fifth Street pier, Hoboken, 1905.  - Print, Photographic

B+W copy photo of Holland America Line Fifth Street pier, Hoboken, 1905. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Holland America Line Fifth Street pier, Hoboken, 1905. 8-1/2" x 11" inkjet reproduction print 2011. Source: Library of Congress, Detroit Publishing. Reverse is blank. (Museum does not own copyright or permission to duplicate; item is presented for research use only and not for duplication.) View is north of the pier shed with Castle Point (Stevens Castle is not in view) in the background. At the pier are several horse-drawn carts and wagons. Freight cars running on the River Road tracks of the Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad (predecessor to Hoboken Shore Railroad) are seen. The small building at the left at River Road is the Berry Forwarding Company, Cartage and

Image of B+W photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line, 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line, 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line pier, Fifth & Sixth Streets, Hoboken, November 6, 1931. 8" x 10" wide print. Photograph taken by Acme Newspictures, Inc., New York. Reverse has their credit stamp; mimeographed caption (text below); reference file stamp of N.E.A. [Newspaper Editors Association] dated Nov 12, 1931. View is north - northeast of the firemen with hose lines inside the charred remains of the Hoboken Shore Railroad Freight Car building. At the upper right is the Campbell Stores warehouse. See photo 2013.001.0062 for a different image earlier the same day. The ocean liner S.S. Statendam of the Holland America Line caught fire

Image of Sepia tone photo of the North German Lloyd S.S. Co. entry gates, Bremen Pier, River St. near Third St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1890s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of the North German Lloyd S.S. Co. entry gates, Bremen Pier, River St. near Third St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1890s. - Print, Photographic

Sepia tone photo of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company entry gates to Pier No. 1, Bremen Pier, River Street north of Third Street, Hoboken, no date, circa 1890s. Print 5-7/8" high x 8" wide. Photographer not indicated or established. View is north east of the metal fencing and gates with signs (including U.S. Mail). At the left end, signage reads: N.G. Lloyd S.S. Co., Passenger Entrance. (N.G.L. was also referred to as the Bremen Line.) Although their Pier No. 1 was at Fourth Street, the entrance here is close to Third St. due to the Campbell Stores (a warehouse company) that fronted the east side of River up to Fourth St. North German Lloyd was also called the Bremen Line

Image of B+W photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line, 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line, 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 6, 1931. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of firemen at destroyed warehouse near Holland America Line pier, Fifth & Sixth Streets, Hoboken, November 6, 1931. 8" x 10" wide print. Photograph taken by Acme Newspictures, Inc., New York. Reverse has their credit stamp; mimeographed caption (text below); reference file stamp of N.E.A. [Newspaper Editors Association] dated Nov 12, 1931. View is north - northeast of the firemen with hose lines inside the charred remains of the Hoboken Shore Railroad Freight Car building and nearby the Campbell Stores warehouse. The scene is on River Road (note railroad tracks in the cobblestoned street) approximately between Fifth and Sixth Streets. See photo 2013.001.0062 for a

Image of Sepia-tone photo of piers destroyed in June 1900 pier fire, Hoboken. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of piers destroyed in June 1900 pier fire, Hoboken. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photograph of piers destroyed in June 1900 pier fire, Hoboken. Mounted photograph roughly trimmed, ca. 3-3/4 high x 4-3/4" wide. Photographer unknown. Reverse that can be seen is blank. Hi-resolution scan in multimedia. Aftermath of this disastrous fire, which started June 30 and lasted for at least two days; photo probably taken during July or early August 1900. View is northeast (from the roof of a River Street building) with Campbell Stores warehouse building in foreground (sign at left) ran from near Third Street to Fourth Street on the east side of River Street. Two piers of the North German Lloyd Steamship Co. are destroyed along with the headhouse. The steamship see