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Name Fifteenth St.
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Image of Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A.  Copyright 1925. - Booklet, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. - Booklet, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street (sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. Booklet, 6-7/8" high x 10-3/4" wide, 16 pp. plus covers; lacking pp. 7-11. (see archives 2008.033.0002 for a complete copy.) Instructional text is found on pages 1-5 with rest being printed music. The oblong format is intended to fit in wire holder on a ukelin and is the same as the sheet music mentioned below. This item accompanied a ukelin, objects 2006.031.0013. Also accompanied by 37 pieces of sheet music, archives 2006.031.0015.

Image of Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin distributed by International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various dates, issued ca. 1925-1931. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin distributed by International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various dates, issued ca. 1925-1931. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music, 37 pieces, for use with a ukelin sold by the International Musical Corp., Hoboken. Various printed copyright dates and publishers; issued with an instrument ca. 1925-1931. PDF on file. These sheets accompanied a ukelin, objects 2006.031.0013. and a ukelin instruction book, archives 2006.031.0014. All are 7" high x 10-1/2" to 10-3/4" wide. The format was for use in a wire music holder on the ukelin. Twenty-nine are single leaves and printed one side only. Eight are 2 pages being folios printed one side only and folded to format size. All except numbers 400 and 1063 were published by Johann Schick or Schick's Music House, New York City. No. 400 was copyright Boosey & Co. No. 106

Image of Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. - Documents

Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. - Documents

Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. Presented by Dell'Aquila Enterprises, 1500 Hudson St., Hoboken. Plastic comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, cover plus pp. [ii], frontis photo, 1-27 including fold-out map. This item was a presentation to prospective tenants of the building at what is now called 1501 Park Avenue. Originally one of Factory Terminal Buildings, it was once occupied by Remington-Union Metallic Cartridge Company and Franklin Baker Co. (later a division of General Foods Corporation). The building was stripped of its facade by the Dell'Aquila. According to donor, an Urban Development Action Grant of ca. $1.5 million dollars was used by the de

Image of Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. - Handbill

Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. - Handbill

Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. Located at 13th Street and Hudson River. 6" x 8-1/2". Five copies. Aerial photograph looking east with New York City in the background with The Shipyard residential development drawn-in at bottom. In Hoboken, it is seen from 12th to 15th Streets with Hudson Street as the west edge. The buildings and Shipyard Park as built vary from the depiction here.

Image of Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. - Handbill

Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. - Handbill

Handbill for The Shipyard Marina, Hoboken. Created circa 2000-2002. Located at 13th Street and Hudson River. 6" x 8-1/2". Five copies. Aerial photograph looking east with New York City in the background with The Shipyard residential development drawn-in at bottom. In Hoboken, it is seen from 12th to 15th Streets with Hudson Street as the west edge. The buildings and Shipyard Park as built vary from the depiction here.

Image of Receipt for cash sale, Weehawken Wrecking Company, Inc., 1512 - 1522 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, March 25, 1925. - Receipt

Receipt for cash sale, Weehawken Wrecking Company, Inc., 1512 - 1522 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, March 25, 1925. - Receipt

Receipt for cash sale, Weehawken Wrecking Company, Inc., New and Second Hand Building Materials, 1512 - 1522 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, March 25, 1925.

Image of Ad, magazine: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (Lipton Tea), by Turner Construction Co.; in Architectural Forum, 1919. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, magazine: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (Lipton Tea), by Turner Construction Co.; in Architectural Forum, 1919. - Ad, Magazine

Magazine ad: Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building as seen in advertisement by Turner Construction Company. On page 22 removed from an unspecified issue of Architectural Forum, probably August or September 1919. Single leaf 9" x 12" high. The ad has two photos of the site of the Hoboken Manufacturers' Terminal Building (it is not actually named in the ad.) It was at Fifteenth and Washington Streets. Circa 1920-1921 it became better known locally as the Lipton Tea Building with its sign on top and today is the residential building, The Tea Building. Both of the elevated views looking east were probably taken from 1500 Park Avenue, another HL&I Co. structure. The left image was fr

Image of Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th & Bloomfield, Hoboken, N.J. Copyright 1925. - Book, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th & Bloomfield, Hoboken, N.J. Copyright 1925. - Book, Instruction

Directions for Playing the Ukelin. Published by the International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Street(sic), Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Copyright 1925. 6-5/8" high x 10-3/4" wide, 16 pp plus cover. This instruction booklet accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, a ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0003 to .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this booklet. (Note that the address is variously given as Fourteenth or Fifteenth Street.)

Image of Receipt from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for a ukelin, Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. - Receipt

Receipt from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for a ukelin, Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. - Receipt

Receipt from the International Musical Corporation [14th and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken, N.J.] for "One International Instrument" (ukelin), Paid in Full, June 25, 1929. 7" high x 8-1/2" wide. This receipt accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, the ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0002, .0004 to .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this contract. Note "Regular Price $35.00" at the top left. (This price could also usually be seen on the printed label mounted inside the sound hole(s) on the instrument.) It is stated at the top right of this sheet: "Advertising Rate for Limited Time Only $17.50." The document is actually a contract used by the

Image of Certificate: Factory Workmanship Guaranty from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for their instrument (ukelin), 1929. - Certificate, Guarantee

Certificate: Factory Workmanship Guaranty from the International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J. for their instrument (ukelin), 1929. - Certificate, Guarantee

Certificate: Factory Workmanship Guaranty from the International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Sts, Hoboken, N.J. for their instrument (ukelin), 1929. 8-1/2" high x 10-1/2" wide. Reverse is blank. This guarantee accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, a ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0002, .0003 and .0005 - .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this item (Note that the address is variously given as Fourteenth or Fifteenth Street.)

Image of Advertising handbill: Ukelin Case; Other Accessories for Ukelin. International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J., n.d., (1929.) - Handbill

Advertising handbill: Ukelin Case; Other Accessories for Ukelin. International Musical Corporation, Hoboken, N.J., n.d., (1929.) - Handbill

Advertising handbill: Ukelin Case; Other Accessories for Ukelin. International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Sts, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ( ca.1929.) 8-1/2" wide x 11" high. Reverse is blank. This sheet accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, a ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. See archives 2008.033.0002 to .0004 and .0006 for other documents and sheet music that relate to this item The ukelin depicted in a case is the same model as the one that was purchased. Accessories were: Bow, especially made for Ukelin Rosin Strings, plain Strings, wound Strings, complete set of 32 Tuning Key, small Tuning Key, with large wooden handle (Note that the address is vario

Image of Sheet music for ukelin, musical instrument manufactured by the International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Sts, Hoboken, N.J. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music for ukelin, musical instrument manufactured by the International Musical Corporation, 15th and Bloomfield Sts, Hoboken, N.J. - Music, Sheet

Sheet music for ukelin, musical instrument manufactured by the International Musical Corporation, 15th (or 14th) and Bloomfield Sts, Hoboken, N.J, distributed in 1929. Forty-three titles. Various copyright dates, circa 1898-1928, and various publishers. 7" high x circa 10-1/2" to 10-3/4" wide; some are single sheets, others are folios. This music distributed by the company accompanied objects 2008.033.0001, a ukelin that was purchased June 25, 1929. The company's name does not appear on the music which was generally available and intended for zithers, guitars, harps, etc. It was usually given to the customer upon their purchase of the ukelin. See archives 2008.033.0002 to .0005 for other d

Image of Ad, magazine: Bijur Motor Lighting Co., Hoboken, N.J.; Motor Age, Sept. 16, 1915. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, magazine: Bijur Motor Lighting Co., Hoboken, N.J.; Motor Age, Sept. 16, 1915. - Ad, Magazine

Magazine advertisement for Bijur Motor Lighting Company, Hoboken, N.J. Sept. 16, 1915. Full page ad printed in red and black in Motor Age, September 16, 1915, page 67. 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" high. They manufactured automobile starters and generators. Later known as Bijur Motor Appliance Company and located at Fifteenth and Garden Streets, Hoboken.

Image of Newsclipping re Standard Brands honoring Florence Frustieri & Alice Milewski, both of Hoboken, for 25 years of service, Hoboken, (1965.) - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping re Standard Brands honoring Florence Frustieri & Alice Milewski, both of Hoboken, for 25 years of service, Hoboken, (1965.) - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping re Standard Brands honoring Florence Frustieri and Alice Milewski for 25 years of service, Hoboken, (1965.) Digital image only; original clipping laminated, reverse and other page details not available. Photo of each woman. This copy belonged to honoree Frustieri. Company was located in the Standard Brands building also referred to (and better known) as the Lipton Tea building. Hoboken was considered as the Home Office (or Headquarters) along with Stamford, CT employees. See archives 2011.044.0011 for the program and menu for the ceremony on Nov. 1, 1965. Text: Business Briefs Standard Brands Honors 2 Women for 25 Years Service Misses Florence Frustieri, 1026 Washi

Drawings: Hudson Tea Building, Section 6/6A, Section F. [105 Fifteenth St.], Hoboken, N.J. 2009-2010. - Blueprint

Hudson Tea Building, Section 6/6A, Section F. [105 Fifteenth St.], Hoboken, N.J. [Developer] Toll Brothers City Living, 1500 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, N.J. Architectural drawings, 55 sheets (2 cover sheets with indexes + 53 drawings). Black line, 36" x 48" wide, stapled bundle. Dewitt-Tishman Architects LLP, New York City. Drawings are dated 2009-2010. Note: index lists 45 drawings; 53 are present and none in duplicate. These drawings are presumably not final; not certified. Building construction started on site, south side of Fifteenth Street from Bloomfield to Washington Streets, in summer of 2010.

Image of Ad, Baker's Coconut: I never saw what Teddy Bears were made of... By Franklin Baker Div., General Foods, White Plains, N.Y.; in unknown magazine, ca. 1961. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Baker's Coconut: I never saw what Teddy Bears were made of... By Franklin Baker Div., General Foods, White Plains, N.Y.; in unknown magazine, ca. 1961. - Ad, Magazine

Baker's Coconut ad: I never saw what Teddy Bears were made of... until Baker's Coconut and Baker's Chocolate. Full-page color advertisement by (Franklin Baker Division) General Foods, White Plains, N.Y. as published in unknown magazine, probably 1961, page unknown. Clipped leaf, 10-1/4" x 13-13/16" high. Promoted Baker's Angel Flake Coconut with boxed package depicting the Teddy Bear cut-up cake. Baker's Chocolate was a separate product line and separate division of General Foods. The General Foods Kitchens logo is seen in black-and-white. End date for Franklin Baker operations in Hoboken has not been established, but as this ad shows, General Foods has dropped the Franklin Baker name a

Image of Ad, Baker's Coconut: I never saw a pink elephant until Baker's Coconut. By Franklin Baker Div., General Foods, White Plains, N.Y.; in unknown magazine, ca. 1962. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Baker's Coconut: I never saw a pink elephant until Baker's Coconut. By Franklin Baker Div., General Foods, White Plains, N.Y.; in unknown magazine, ca. 1962. - Ad, Magazine

Baker's Coconut ad: I never saw a pink elephant until Baker's Coconut. Full-page color advertisement by (Franklin Baker Division) General Foods, White Plains, N.Y. as published in unknown magazine, probably 1962, page unknown. Clipped leaf, 10-1/4" x 13-5/8" high. Promoted Baker's Angel Flake Coconut with boxed package depicting the Pink Elephant cut-up cake and "Cut-Up Cake Ideas Inside Package." on wrappers. The package appears to be the printed cellophane over a cardboard tray; clear window displaying product. The General Foods Kitchens logo is seen in color.. End date for Franklin Baker operations in Hoboken has not been established, but as this ad shows, General Foods has dropped t

Image of Ad, Baker's Coconut: This New Moist Coconut in Tins... By Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J.; in LHJ, Jan. 1925. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Baker's Coconut: This New Moist Coconut in Tins... By Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J.; in LHJ, Jan. 1925. - Ad, Magazine

Baker's Coconut ad: This New Moist Coconut in Tins has the real Flavor and Tenderness of the freshly opened nut! Full-page color advertisement by Franklin Baker Co., 15th and Bloomfield Sts., Hoboken, N.J. as published in Ladies' Home Journal, January 1925, pg 81. Clipped leaf, 10-1/4" x 13-1/8" high. Promoted Baker's Coconut, Southern-Style. A mail coupon at the lower right with company address for a free full size can. The company had only recently moved to Hoboken.

Image of Ad, Baker's Coconut: Trail Your Husband to a Restaurant; You'll Find... By Franklin Baker Co, Inc., General Foods, Hoboken, N.J.; in The Farmer's Wife, June 1930. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Baker's Coconut: Trail Your Husband to a Restaurant; You'll Find... By Franklin Baker Co, Inc., General Foods, Hoboken, N.J.; in The Farmer's Wife, June 1930. - Ad, Magazine

Baker's Coconut ad: Trail Your Husband to a Restaurant; You'll Find Out Something You Ought to Know! Full-page color advertisement by Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J. as published in The Farmer's Wife, June 1930, pg unknown. Clipped leaf, 10-1/2" x 14-1/8" high. Promoted only Baker's Southern Style (not hyphenated on can or in text as was often found) Moist Coconut in cans; Baker's Premium Shred Coconut is not mentioned. Ad is copyright 1930 by G.F. [General Foods] Corp. and Franklin Baker is stated as "Franklin Baker Co. (Inc.)" At bottom is titlling: Baker's Coconut. A Product of General Fodds Corporation. Mail coupon includes promotion for a free recipe book and a trial (sample

Image of Ad, Baker's Coconut: All the flavor, freshness and tenderness of the... By Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J.; in LHJ, Nov. 1925. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Baker's Coconut: All the flavor, freshness and tenderness of the... By Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J.; in LHJ, Nov. 1925. - Ad, Magazine

Baker's Coconut ad: All the flavor, freshness and tenderness of the newly opened nut - in this moist coconut in tins. Full-page color advertisement by Franklin Baker Co., Hoboken, N.J. as published in Ladies' Home Journal, November 1925, pg [158]. Clipped leaf, 10-3/4" x 14" high. Promoted Baker's Coconut, Southern-Style. A mail coupon at the lower right for a trial (sample) half-size can for ten cents. Company street address is not on coupon. The company was at 15th and Bloomfield Streets.