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Image of Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. Photo of Councilman Robert A. Ranieri examining one of the cobblestones that would be replaced on Court Street. The First Jersey Bank with drive through banking plus parking lot were being constructed at the southwest corner of Second and Hudson Streets. Site was renamed 1 Firehouse Plaza. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. - Poster

Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. - Poster

Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. Single sheet 14" wide x 21" high. Auctioneer was Adrian H. Muller of P.R. Wilkins & Co. of New York. Auction was to be held at 111 Broadway, N.Y. Street plan shows the property on west side of Hudson Street between First and Second Streets, Nos. 65-66 (old street numbers). It was a three-story brownstone house built in 1860 at a cost of $27,500 by the late John Shotwell for his own use; the architect was Thomas R. Jackson. Stable is shown for the house as on the west side of Court Street. Recently painted and redecorated by Woodward & Pierce. The auction was necessary "as the present owner is about le

Image of Sketch of Property belong to George & C.G. Perry, Hoboken, N.J. Hudson St. south of 1st St., Hoboken. Surveyed Nov. 1875. - Map

Sketch of Property belong to George & C.G. Perry, Hoboken, N.J. Hudson St. south of 1st St., Hoboken. Surveyed Nov. 1875. - Map

Sketch of Property belong to Geo.[George] & C.G. Perry, Hoboken, N.J. Scale 1 inch = 20 feet. Surveyed Nov. 1875. Ink on paper, 9-1/4" high x 14" wide, fold marks. Additional names below George & C.G. Perry: "Antoinette Perry and Arethusa B. Perry, Wm S. Perry (Geo. Perry, Guardian)" At bottom is text: Data Book 109 page 14. Spielmann & Brush, City Surveyors, is written at the bottom and is presumed that they produced this document. Property drawn, 50 feet wide on west side of Hudson Street south of First Street and running from 100 feet from Hudson to Court Street.

Postcards, 25: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, (2010.) - Postcard

Postcards, twenty-five: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, no date (2010.) Color photographs printed on heavyweight gloss cardstock, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"; image orientation varies vertically or horizontally. Photographs by Brian Gallagher, a Hoboken realtor and published by him. Edition size unstated. Cards have Hoboken scenes of streets and buildings. Gallagher produced an earlier 2000s series in a different format. A few subjects remain in this new series, but it apparently features modern photographs (with one obvious exception, no. 24 - Clam Broth House) and format. Printed full color photo bleeds; all are imprinted 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' on the ima

Image of Walking Tour in Hoboken. Drawings by Yvon Masse. 2009. 50 original pen-and-ink drawings; with published version. - Drawing

Walking Tour in Hoboken. Drawings by Yvon Masse. 2009. 50 original pen-and-ink drawings; with published version. - Drawing

Walking Tour in Hoboken. Drawings by Yvon Masse. 2009. Set of fifty pen-and-ink drawings of Hoboken buildings and scenes by Yvon Masse done by the artist in 2009. (see notes for his curriculum vitae along with a letter plus his notes about the work and process; also see below for addtional information that will be found in notes.) All leaves are Somerset paper, circa 8-5/8" x 11-1/8" high (variations in size are minor), deckled or torn all edges. Printed title leaf in black, green and sepia with fifty individual plates of drawings done in brown or black or orange ink. Signed and dated in image by artist with exceptions noted below. Accompanied by artist's publication of title and all

Image of Print: Court Street. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012.
 - Print, Screen

Print: Court Street. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. - Print, Screen

Print: Court Street. Screen print by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. Limited edition screen stencil print by artist Ricardo Roig. A/P [artist's proof - edition limitation was 13]. Title, limitation, signature of artist and date in pencil below image. Tan (fawn) Stonehenge paper, ca. 15" wide x 22-1/2" high (irregular hand-torn edges imitating deckle); acrylic paint. Image is surrounded by a varying border of ca. 2-1/2" Depicts a view looking south on Court Street from about Sixth Street. A print (checklist no. 17) from the edition was exhibited in: Hoboken in Print. Hand-cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig. Exhibition in the Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery, July 29 - Sept

Image of U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine.

Image of Hoboken History, No. 5, Autumn 1992. - Serial

Hoboken History, No. 5, Autumn 1992. - Serial

Hoboken History, Number 5, Autumn 1992. The Magazine of the Hoboken Historical Museum. Booklet. pp. 20 including covers, illustrated. 8-3/8" wide x 11" high. 4 copies. PDF on file. General contents: Special Architecture Issue. Hoboken Architecture. 4 pp. with six photographs by Robert Foster 1200 - 1206 Washington St. City Hall Jefferson Trust Building Erie Lackawanna & Western Railroad Terminal (sic) Exempt Firemen Headquarters Church of the Holy Innocents Hoboken Brownstones: Our Town's Charming Row Houses. 3 pp. The Early Electric Days of Hoboken Trolleys, 1892 - 1907. By Joseph Eid. 3 pp with illustrations. Continuation of article from issue no. 4. Uncovering the M

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine. See library catalog 2002.191.0001 for copy with images of the article.

Image of Slides: 41 color transparencies of vehicles; cars or vans, Hoboken, ca. 1983-84. - Transparency, Slide

Slides: 41 color transparencies of vehicles; cars or vans, Hoboken, ca. 1983-84. - Transparency, Slide

Color 35mm slides of vehicles; cars or vans, Hoboken, ca. 1983-84. Photos taken by Bruce Tamberelli. 41 images: 2001.032.0010.01 to 2001.032.0010.41. Original container title: Hoboken - Vehicles - Cars.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of close-up of poured foundations for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3,1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of close-up of poured foundations for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3,1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of close-up of poured foundations on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3, 1927. ca. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-4, Dec. 3rd 1927. The view is looking northwest with rear of buildings along Court Street at the right and along Newark Street at the top.

Image of B+W photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 19, 1927. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 19, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Nov. 19, 1927. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-2, 11-19-27. The view is looking southeast from southwest corner of Washington and Newark Sts. A steam shovel is working at the right. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seenwith white building at the upper right being the Terminal Building. This 'alley' is Court Street. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Place (Ferry St.) and Hudson Street can be seen: there is a painted sign for the Lyric Thea

Image of Sepia-tone photo of brickwork & Newark, Washington Sts. frontages for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 3,1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of brickwork & Newark, Washington Sts. frontages for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 3,1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & Newark & Washington St. frontage for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 3, 1928. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-33, 4-3-28. The elevated view probably from Hoboken City Hall is looking southeast. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with the Terminal Building at the center. Exterior brickwork is nearing completion. The corner theatre entrance and store frontage on Newark Street have new signs on it. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Place (Ferry St.) and Hudson Street can be seen: the

Image of Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 3, 1927. ca. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-3, Dec. 3rd 1927. The view is looking southeast from southwest corner of Washington and Newark Sts. A steam shovel is working at the center. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with white building at the upper right being the Terminal Building. This 'alley' is Court Street. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Place (Ferry St.) and Hudson Street can be seen: there is a painted sign for the Lyric

Image of Sepia-tone photo of the exterior of the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 30, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the exterior of the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 30, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the exterior of the Newark & Washington St. frontage for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, April 30,1928. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-41, 4-30-28. The elevated view probably from Hoboken City Hall is looking southeast. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with the Terminal Building at the center. The completed fire escapes on the Washington Street side can be seen, the marquee has is nearing completion, and the signs above the marquee are new. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Place (Ferry St.) and Hudson Stre

Image of Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & fireproof stage house for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & fireproof stage house for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection and fireproof brick construction of the stage house for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. Two copies, 5" x 7" wide prints. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-28, 3-12-28. The view is looking northeast from the midblock of Washington St. between Newark St. and Observer Highway. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen at the center. The brickwork on the stage house and the backstage offices at the right is nearly completed. Erection of the auditorium roof and exterior walls is started at the left including the interior steel work for the balc

Image of Black-and-white photo of foundation work on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of foundation work on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of foundation work on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. ca. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-5, 12/17/27. The view is looking southeast from southwest corner of Washington and Newark Sts. A steam shovel is working at the center. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with white building at the upper right being the Terminal Building. This 'alley' is Court Street. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Place (Ferry St.) and Hudson Street can be seen: there is a painted sign for the Lyric Theat

Image of Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the south end of the site for the Fabian Theatre, Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the south end of the site for the Fabian Theatre, Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 17, 1927. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-8, 12-17-27. The view is looking east from Washington St. The work seen here is at the south end of the site. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with white building at the upper left being the Terminal Building. This 'alley' is Court Street.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the north end of the site for the Fabian Theatre, Hoboken, Jan 3, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the north end of the site for the Fabian Theatre, Hoboken, Jan 3, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of foundation preparation and concrete forms on the site for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3, 1928. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-7, 1-3-28; also number at lower right: 589. The view is looking east from Washington St. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with the white building at the upper right being the Terminal Building. This 'alley' is Court Street. At the left are buildings on Newark Street. The building with the flagpole is the Steneck Building on River Street. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast corner of Hudson Pla

Image of Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & Newark St. frontage for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & Newark St. frontage for the Fabian Theatre, Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of steel frame erection & Newark St. frontage for the Fabian Theatre, southeast corner of Newark & Washington Sts., Hoboken, March 12, 1928. 5" x 7" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. Numbered and dated in image: C1084-27, 3-12-28. The elevated view probably from Hoboken City Hall is looking southeast. The rear of buildings on Hudson Street can be seen with the Terminal Building at the center. Erection of the auditorium roof and exterior walls is started at the left including the interior steel work for the balcony. The corner theatre entrance and store frontage on Newark Street is nearly complete. The north face of the Hotel Victor at the northeast