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Name Clinton St.
Number of Archive records 22
Number of Object records 18
Number of Photo records 73

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Assessment Map for the Improvements on Fourth Street from the easterly line of Clinton St. to the center of Madison St., Hoboken, 1874. - Map

Assessment Map for the Improvements on Fourth Street from the easterly line of Clinton Street. to the center of Madison Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, N.J. (1874). Linen-backed paper, 24" high x 51" wide. Scale: 60 feet to the inch. Made by Spielmann and Brush, City Surveyors in Charge. Includes three major tables: 1. Building No./Block No./Lot No./Owners 2. Earth/Filling/Flag/Curb/Intersection 3. Incidentals/Total Assessment Plus two smaller tables: 1. Intersection 2. Bill of Costs. Filed February 3, 1874 Assessment confirmed March 3, 1874 Resolution confirmed March 4, 1874

Assessment Map for Eight Receiving Basins on Third Street at the Intersections of Clinton & Grand Sts., Hoboken, 1876. - Map

Assessment Map for Eight Receiving Basins on Third Street at the Intersections of Clinton & Grand Streets., Hoboken, Hudson County, N.J. (1876). Linen-backed paper, 26" high x 36" wide. Scale: 1 inch equals 40 feet. Made by Spielmann and Brush, City Surveyors in Charge. Includes 3 major tables all titled: Assessment List. Also includes table: Bill of Costs Assessment confirmed August 16, 1876 Resolution confirmed August, 16, 1876, George J. Ducker, City Clerk

Image of Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. - Pamphlet

Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. - Pamphlet

Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. 5-1/4" high x 6-5/8" wide, paper wrapper. 41 pages plus printed wrapper. Text plus twenty-one printed photographs with a history of the firm, its current operations and products. Except for Schmalz, none of the people in the photos are identified. PDF on file. Printed photographs seen in this booklet (individually catalogued as reference images in photo catalog, 2004.051.0003.01 to 2004.051.0003.21; see related) - page 2: John Schmalz, Founder page 4: Our Old Bakery, 527 Park Avenue (exterior view of building with staff, horse carriage) page 6: Flour Room (int

Letter from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. - Letter

Typed letter signed from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. Single sheet of letterhead plus photocopy from 2004 book about Hetty Green. Discusses location of the Honeymoon Flats which he states are on Clinton Street between 9th and 10th Sts, opposite Columbus Park. Notes the Elysian Flats were also known as the "Barracks." Notes that he and his wife lived in the former 1309 Bloomfield Street apartment of Hetty Green for 45 years. There was a wall safe in the apartment that they never opened.

Image of Assessment Map for the Improvements on Clinton Street from the Northerly line of Newark St. to the Southerly line of First St., Hoboken, 1868. - Map

Assessment Map for the Improvements on Clinton Street from the Northerly line of Newark St. to the Southerly line of First St., Hoboken, 1868. - Map

Assessment Map for the Improvements on Clinton Street from the Northerly line of Newark St. to the Southerly line of First St., Hoboken, 1868. Ink on paper. Approx. 30-1/4" wide x 21-3/2" high. PDF on file. Filed June 30, 1868. Work accepted June 30, 1868. John Kennedy, City Clerk. Assessment confirmed by the Council, July 14,1868. Resolution of confirmation approved the Council July 15,1868. John Kennedy, City Clerk. William Hexamer, City Surveyor. Blue pencil notation: No. 126 Damaged; soiled and worn.

Image of Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. - Pamphlet

Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. - Pamphlet

Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. Booklet, 7-1/2" wide x 10" high. [34] pp. plus cover, photographs. Full text is in notes. PDF with page images and full text is on file. Printed by the Poggi Press, Hoboken. Page [1] The Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial Booklet records the blessings of Almighty God and the joyful response of God’s people in the history of two Lutheran Congregations which, after many years of independent service, were led to merge, creating a third Lutheran Congregation. The Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran Trinity Church served from 1890-1947, a period of 57 years. The Holy Trinity Engli

Image of Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken, The Way It Was 37 Years Ago. Jersey Journal, June 13, 1978. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken, The Way It Was 37 Years Ago. Jersey Journal, June 13, 1978. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken, The Way It Was 37 Years Ago. Jersey Journal, June 13, 1978. Article by Vincent J. Modero about life in 1941. He describes two photos which are printed. Left photo: Corner of First and Clinton Streets in 1941. Mentions Herman's Housewares. (View is apparently to the southwest.) He mentions the other two corners not seen: defunct Jefferson Trust Company and Modero & Sons [author's family business], fruits and vegetables, established in 1923.) Right photo: First Street and Willow Avenue in 1941 looking east on First towards Washington St. and City Hall. At the right, which was the southwest corner, in a low building was the Paap Studio on the

Typescript: Christmas Comes to Hoboken. by Charles Bogert. Written 2005 about childhood Christmases in Hoboken of the 1950's. - Manuscript

Typescript: Christmas Comes to Hoboken. by Charles Bogert. Ten page 6,000 word typescript, 8-1/2" x 11" high. Recollections of childhood Christmases in Hoboken not date, but apparently from the 1950's. See full text in notes. Includes great detail of shopping on Washington Street and other streets with specific information about stores, restaurants, and many other businesses. Also text about church activities as a family and friends. Document OCR scanned and available in full in notes. All spellings are as per author. Page numbers were deleted. Also PDF. All formats on CD.

Image of Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. - Letter

Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. - Letter

Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. Typed billhead with mailing envelope. With: bill of lading to Central Rail Road of New Jersey for shipment of order on bill. Manufacturers of Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery. Addressed to A[lbert U.] Kuntz, Slatington, PA. Shipped to Walnutport, PA.

Image of Schmalz Bakery report: Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. - Report

Schmalz Bakery report: Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. - Report

Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (Schmalz Bakery later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. Prepared for 715 Grand LLC by Arch2, Inc. PDF on file. The document was prepared for presentation to Hoboken Zoning Board. The study covers a building that was built as part of a related group for the Schmalz Bakery and used by subsequent owners, Shults Bread Co., United Baking and Continental Baking Company (Wonder Bread).

Image of Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904 with plot plan of 511 Park and 508 or 510 Garden St. - Documents

Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904 with plot plan of 511 Park and 508 or 510 Garden St. - Documents

Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Corner 10th and Clinton Streets, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904. Reverse is blank. Printed form with sepia-ink and pencil drawings and notes. Not stated who made the diagram; presumably done by Runton or son. It is probable that this item was part of a larger group of related documents which are no longer together. A diagram of property at 511 Park Avenue made from measurements taken by a Mr. Dunn. The property owner was Mr. Robinson. It included the contiguous lot on Garden Street (street number not given, it could have been 508 or 510) which belonged to a Mr. Martin. According to this document, the rear five feet of each proper

Image of Estimate by Claus Junge & Son, Masons, Builders and General Contractors, 320 Madison Street, Hoboken, April 5, 1909. - Documents

Estimate by Claus Junge & Son, Masons, Builders and General Contractors, 320 Madison Street, Hoboken, April 5, 1909. - Documents

Estimate on printed stationery by Claus Junge & Son, Masons, Builders and General Contractors, 320 Madison Street, Hoboken for plastering and repair and of mantles on Fourteenth & Clinton Streets, Hoboken, April 5, 1909. Business was formerly at 303 Washington St.

Image of TLS from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Sts., Hoboken, July 28, 1914 re response to problem order. - Letter

TLS from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Sts., Hoboken, July 28, 1914 re response to problem order. - Letter

Typed letter signed from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Streets, Hoboken, July 28, 1914 to Rosen Bros., Port Chester, N.Y. re complaint from Rosen regarding an order not delivered due to a machine breakdown. Single leaf letterhead, 6-13/16" wide x 8-3/8" wide; signed in ink by S[ol]. Fisher [President of the company.] Letterhead is printed in black and red. "Long Distance Tel. [telephone] 237 Hoboken." "Manufacturers of Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery." "Manufacturers of Fishers Breakfast Cocoa and Chocolates." Cable address "Fisher Hoboken" and notes codes [code books] used for cables and telegrams: Liebers, Western Union, A.B.C. 4th edition, Private Founded in 1895

Image of Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) - Handbill

Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) - Handbill

Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. The Biggest Block Party of the Year. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) 8-1/2" x 11" printed both sides. Paid for Cammarano for Mayor, Lucy Truglio, Treasurer. This rally was for the run-off election. Cammarano is shown along with his slate for City Council, Angel Alicea. (Cammarano was elected in a June run-off election and served as Mayor from July 1-31, 2009. Voluntarily resigned from office due to criminal indictment.)

Image of Map: Hoboken, 3rd to 8th Sts., Willow Ave. to Paterson Plank Rd.; Hopkins Atlas of Hudson County, V.2, Plt. 4, 1934. - Map

Map: Hoboken, 3rd to 8th Sts., Willow Ave. to Paterson Plank Rd.; Hopkins Atlas of Hudson County, V.2, Plt. 4, 1934. - Map

[Map] Plate 4, western Hoboken; Third to Eighth Streets; Willow Avenue to Paterson Plank Road; published in Hopkins' Atlas of Hudson County, Volume 2, copyright 1933. [Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins, 1934.] Single folio, 23-1/2" high x 33-1/2" wide open. Scale: 1inch = 100 feet. PDF on file. Six sectional details imaged along with composite full image; 50 percent of original size. TIFs media archive.

Image of First Annual Report of the Y.M.C.A., Hoboken. August 1884. - Report, Annual

First Annual Report of the Y.M.C.A., Hoboken. August 1884. - Report, Annual

First Annual Report of the Young Men's Christian Association. Organized January 19th, 1883, Hoboken, New Jersey. This report covers the work of the Association , from the Organization up to August 1st, 1884. The Building is in Bloomfield St., between 8th and 9th Sts. PDF on file. Printed booklet, 6" wide x 8-7/8" high, 20 pp. Full text is in notes. There are many names in the text, some full, but many with just initials for first names or for women, Mrs. Names are not in listed in people file, but are searchable as text. With: enclosure and attachment. Enclosure: 1-page holographic note to R.C. Morse from J.W. McCulloch, Recording Secretary, Hoboken Y.M.C.A., February 7, 1885 re t

Image of Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012.
 - Print, Screen

Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. - Print, Screen

Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Screen print by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. Limited edition screen stencil print by artist Ricardo Roig. A/P [artist's proof - edition limitation was 20]. Title, limitation, signature of artist and date in pencil below image. Pearl gray Stonehenge paper, ca. 15" wide x 19-3/8" high (irregular hand-torn edges imitating deckle); acrylic paint. Image is surrounded by a varying border of ca. 2-1/2" Depicts the Columbus Park in the winter with a the view looking northeast at Clinton Street (right) and Tenth Street. A print (checklist no. 11) from the edition was exhibited in: Hoboken in Print. Hand-cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig. Exhibition

Image of Hoboken Parking Authority Informative Newsletter. June 1999. Published by the Parking Authority of the City of Hoboken. - Newsletter

Hoboken Parking Authority Informative Newsletter. June 1999. Published by the Parking Authority of the City of Hoboken. - Newsletter

Hoboken Parking Authority Informative Newsletter. June 1999. Published by the Parking Authority of the City of Hoboken. Tabloid newsprint, 11" x 17" high, 8 pp, illustrated, photos. Folded horizontally as issued. PDF on file. Main articles: Hoboken Parking Authority & St. Mary Hospital Team Up; To Build Midtown Garage with 800-900 New Parking Spaces. (A six-story structure to be erected on of Clinton Street between Third and Fourth Sts.) Building of 916 Garden St. Parking Structure Making Good Progress; First Totally Automated Facility of Its Kind in the United States.

Image of Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann, no date (circa 1902-1905). Sole Depot: J.A. Lischke's, Book and Stationery Store, 93 River Street, near Hamburger Piers, Hoboken, N. J. The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Copyright by A. Wittemann, Publisher of American Views. 250 Adams St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Album cover: Red grained paper boards, 5-3/8" high x 7-1/4" wide; stab binding with cord tie; cover titled in silver gilt: Souvenir of Hoboken. Contents: title leaf plus 28 leaves of collotype photogravures with titling; unpaginated; all leaves 5" x 7-1/8" wide except last leaf (panoramic fold-out view), 13-1/2" wide. PDF on file.

Image of Program: The Church of Our Lady of Grace Presents Bouquets from Broadway. Hoboken High School Theatre. May 18, 19, 20, 21, 1967. - Program

Program: The Church of Our Lady of Grace Presents Bouquets from Broadway. Hoboken High School Theatre. May 18, 19, 20, 21, 1967. - Program

The Church of Our Lady of Grace Presents Bouquets from Broadway. Staged and Directed by: Joseph Hayes. Hoboken High School Theatre. May 18, 19, 20, 21, 1967. Program, single folio cardstock, 11" x 17" high. Cover printed in red and black, other pages in black. PDF on file. See notes for all text. An amateur musical presentation that was a benefit fundraiser for the church. A large number of people participated as performers and great numbers of people and businesses are listed in several categories of support. Hoboken High School was on Clinton Street between Eighth and Ninth Streets. ---- theater / performing arts / music / OLG /