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Name Charles Weber (window shades, picture frames)
Number of Archive records 1.0
Number of Object records 0.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Photo records 3.0

Associated Records

Image of Caricature of Charles Weber, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Charles Weber, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Charles Weber, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. Being leaf [81] as found in album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. See this entry for full description of work. See related.

Image of Printed B+W photograph of Charles Weber, window shades & picture frames, 518 Washington Street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed B+W photograph of Charles Weber, window shades & picture frames, 518 Washington Street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed black-and-white photograph of Charles Weber, window shades & picture frames, 518 Washington Street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1906-1908. As published on page 26 of "Hoboken Illustrated", 1909. See primary record in library catalog, 2005.024.0002. Established 1892. Not credited, but photograph was possibly taken by Ernst F. Walter of Hoboken. See primary record and related.

Image of Printed B+W photograph of  Washington Street from Sixth Street, looking south, Hoboken, ca. 1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed B+W photograph of Washington Street from Sixth Street, looking south, Hoboken, ca. 1908. - Print, Photographic

Printed black-and-white photograph of Washington Street from Sixth Street, looking south, Hoboken, ca. 1906-1908. As published on page 13 of "Hoboken Illustrated", 1909. See primary record in library catalog, 2005.024.0002. Three buildings in from the right is probably Charles Weber, 518 Washington Street. Interesting lighted sign at right edge: Light & Power. Business not identified. Not credited, but photograph was possibly taken by Ernst F. Walter of Hoboken. See primary record and related.

Image of Black-and-white photo of Washington Street after the March Blizzard of '88, Hoboken, March 1888. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Washington Street after the March Blizzard of '88, Hoboken, March 1888. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Washington Street after the blizzard of March 12, 1888, Hoboken, March 1888. 6" x 9" wide print mounted on chipboard. Photograph taken by S. Fichtel, Hoboken, N.J. 1888 as captioned in image lower left. Reverse of mount was blank; loosened label of frame shop. The photograph was probably taken a day or two after the blizzard. It is commonly referred to as the "Blizzard of '88." Direction of view is not given, probably looking south on Washington St. At the right is signage for M. Brager, Dry Goods - Millinery, with address numbered (old numbering system) 145, indicating the building was on the west side of the street. Label, loose, from the reverse: Charles Web