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Name Fifth St.
Number of Archive records 70.0
Number of Object records 78.0
Number of Library records 6.0
Number of Photo records 187.0

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Image of B+W photo negative of Stevens Institute of Technology Main Building, 5th St. between River & Hudson Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1880-1890. - Negative, Glass Plate

B+W photo negative of Stevens Institute of Technology Main Building, 5th St. between River & Hudson Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1880-1890. - Negative, Glass Plate

Black-and-white photographic negative of Stevens Institute of Technology Main Building, Fifth Street between River and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa 1880-1890. 4" x 5" wide glass plate negative (see accession notes). Photographer not indicated. Once part of Ted Conrad Collection and may have been published by the Hudson City Historical Society. View is northeast of the Fifth Street facade of the primary building on the campus in that era. Now known as Edwin A. Stevens Hall, it has been referred to as the Main building or "A" building. River Street as it extends beyond Hudson Square Park (now Stevens Park) is at the right The lack of mature foliage and any fencing may ma

Image of B+W photos, 3, of construction of Andrew Jackson Gardens, Hoboken, n.d., (ca. 1950-1951.) - Print, Photographic

B+W photos, 3, of construction of Andrew Jackson Gardens, Hoboken, n.d., (ca. 1950-1951.) - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photographs, three, of construction of public housing project (future Andrew Jackson Gardens), Hoboken, no date (circa 1950-1951.) 3-1/2" square prints. Photographer not stated, but attributed to Ted Conrad. Reverse of all are blank. All views are east or northeast from Jersey City Heights (Riverview Park area) covering from Third Street on the south to Fifth Street. (It opened for the first occupants in 1952.) ---- public housing / projects / real estate / government

Image of B+W photo of Myra Halseth of Hoboken posed with 1st tulip bulbs arriving from Holland on S.S. Westerdam, Hoboken, Aug. 4, 1947. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Myra Halseth of Hoboken posed with 1st tulip bulbs arriving from Holland on S.S. Westerdam, Hoboken, Aug. 4, 1947. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Myra Halseth of Hoboken posed with first tulip bulbs arriving from Holland on S.S. Westerdam, Hoboken, August 4, 1947. 7" x 9" wide print. Press photograph taken by Acme Newspictures, N.Y. Inkstamp on reverse plus mimeographed caption; dated file inkstamp: REF. DEPT 8-15-47 N.E.A. [Newspaper Editors Association.] Text: 843488 .... NEW YORK BUREAU SEASON'S FIRST TULIP BULBS FROM HOLLAND NEW YORK: Myra Halseth, of Hoboken, N.J., wearing wooden shoes for the occasion, admires the first case of Dutch tulip bulbs of the 1947 season to arrive in the U.S. Myra was delegated by the American Wholesale Bulb Dealers Association to receive the bulbs which arri

Image of B+W photo of of Dutch sculptor Lea Halpern arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, Dec. 2, 1939.  - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of of Dutch sculptor Lea Halpern arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, Dec. 2, 1939. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Dutch sculptor Lea Halpern arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, December 2, 1939. 7" x 9" high print. Press photograph taken by Acme Newspictures, N.Y. Inkstamp on reverse plus mimeographed caption; dated file inkstamp: REF. DEPT 12-3 39 N.E.A. [Newspaper Editors Association.] Ink notation on front lower border: 532114 Text: 532114 DUTCH SCULPTRESS ARRIVES IN U.S. HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Miss Lea Halpern, Dutch sculptress, talking with reporters as she arrived at Hoboken, N.J., on the Holland-America liner Rotterdam, Dec. 2. Among its passengers, the ship carried nine hundred Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria. CREDIT LINE (AC

Image of B+W photo of 9 year old Hans Hager arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, Dec. 2, 1939.  - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of 9 year old Hans Hager arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, Dec. 2, 1939. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of 9 year old Hans Hager arriving in Hoboken on S.S. Rotterdam of Holland America line, December 2, 1939. 7" x 9" high print. Press photograph taken by Acme Newspictures, N.Y. Inkstamp on reverse plus mimeographed caption; dated file inkstamp: REF. DEPT 12-3 39 N.E.A. [Newspaper Editors Association.] Ink notation on front lower border: 532113 Text: 532113 AMERICAN YOUTH ARRIVES IN U.S. HOBOKEN, N.J. -- Hans Jager, 9 years old, shown with an identification card around his neck, as he arrived at Hoboken, N.J., unaccompanied, on the Holland-American liner Rotterdam, Dec. 2. The youth, born in the U.S., has been in Germany for the past four years. His father

Image of B+W photo of Washington St. parade at 5th St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1915-1920. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Washington St. parade at 5th St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1915-1920. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of a parade on Washington St. at Fifth St., Hoboken, no date, circa 1915-1920. 3" x 4-7/8" wide print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has pencil notation: 5th + Washington St. west side of the street. View is northwest of westside of Washington from Fifth towards Sixth Street. A youth marching unit in navy uniforms is going south on Washington. A streetcar follows. Some flags are on view; presumed to be a Memorial or Decoration Day parade.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of 422 Washington St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1900-1910. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of 422 Washington St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1900-1910. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photograph of 422 Washington St. with bunting, Hoboken, no date, circa 1900-1910. 3-1/4" x 4-1/8" wide print on 5" x 6" photographer's mount. Photographer not indicated. Front mount margin: 422 Washington. Reverse has modern holographic ink: Magnus Photo Studio Upstairs at 422 Wash St. Hoboken Decorations by United Dec. Co. View is west of the three-story building at the southwest corner of Washington and Fifth Streets; also a vista down 5th St. to a house at the northeast corner of Bloomfield & Fifth. A. Bruno, Wines & Liquors is on the first floor of the building, with a single seat shoeshine stand in front. It has has additional signage for Consumers Brewing Co. of N

Image of B+W photo of Free Public Library, lower facade 5th St. side, with bunting, Hoboken, n.d., circa 1912-1920.
 - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Free Public Library, lower facade 5th St. side, with bunting, Hoboken, n.d., circa 1912-1920. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Free Public Library, lower facade on Fifth Street side, with bunting, Hoboken, no date, circa 1912-1920. 2-1/2" x 3-1/4" wide print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has pencil notation: Library 5th & Park. View shows the main entrance of the library (which is on Fifth Street at Park Avenue, street address is usually stated as 500 Park Ave.) Canvas window awnings. The bunting was installed by United Decorating Co. and they often documented their work.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of OLG Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps posed on steps at Demarest High School main entrance, Garden St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1935-1945. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of OLG Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps posed on steps at Demarest High School main entrance, Garden St., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1935-1945. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photograph of Our Lady of Grace [Church] Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps posed on steps at Demarest High School main entrance, Garden Street between Fourth & Fifth Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa 1935-1945. 8" x 10" contact print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse blank. View is east. The band was sponsored by Our Lady of Grace Church. ---- marching band / uniforms / instruments /

Image of B+W photo of Mary von Artzingen (on Garden St. between 4th & 5th Sts.?), Hoboken, Aug. 27, 1917. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Mary von Artzingen (on Garden St. between 4th & 5th Sts.?), Hoboken, Aug. 27, 1917. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Mary von Artzingen (on Garden Street between Fourth & Fifth Streets?), Hoboken, August 27, 1917. 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" high print. Photographer not indicated. Reverse with contemporary pencil identifying the woman and date; modern ink notation regarding location. The location attributed to the photo appears to be incorrect. No better determination of the location has been made. ---- A Mary von Artzingen, born 1892, has been found in Jersey City area, but other information about her is unknown at present. The woman in photo does appear to be about 25 years old.

Image of B+W photo of 420 & 422 Washington Street decorated with bunting and swagging by United Decorating Company of Hoboken, Hoboken, n.d., ca. mid-Oct. 1933. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of 420 & 422 Washington Street decorated with bunting and swagging by United Decorating Company of Hoboken, Hoboken, n.d., ca. mid-Oct. 1933. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of 420 & 422 Washington Street decorated with bunting and swagging by United Decorating Company of Hoboken, Hoboken, no date, circa mid-October 1933. Two 8" x 10" wide prints of the same scene, each printed differently. Photographer not indicated. Reverse as noted below. Print 1: image as printed is slightly cropped; black china marker in lower margin noting addresses; reverse has a United Decorating Co. inkstamp with its 421 Washington St. address. Print 2: full view of the image as printed and in better condition; reverse is blank. These items were donated with other United Decorating Co. images that included documentation images of their work. ----

Image of Color slide photo of the river end of Holland-America Line, 5th St. Pier, Hoboken, June 3, 1957. - Transparency, Slide

Color slide photo of the river end of Holland-America Line, 5th St. Pier, Hoboken, June 3, 1957. - Transparency, Slide

Color slide photograph of the river end of Holland-America Line, Fifth St. Pier, Hoboken, June 3, 1957. 35mm Kodachrome slide transparency. Photograph not indicated. Mount marked in ink: 5th St. Pier Hoboken, N.J. 6/3/57 Pier shed has name of company on pier as well as pier designation: 5th St. Pier. This pier was then the American home port for Holland America's passenger ships. but it also handled some cargo. At the right is partial view of Pier 6. To the left on land is Stevens Park. ---- passenger ships / ocean liners / travel / buildings / exteriors / sign /