Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
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

Associated Records

Image of Hoboken History, No. 6, Winter 1993 - Serial

Hoboken History, No. 6, Winter 1993 - Serial

Hoboken History, Number 6, Winter 1993 The Magazine of the Hoboken Historical Museum. Booklet. pp. 24 including covers, illustrated. 8-3/8" wide x 11" high. 3 copies. PDF on file. General contents: A Long Wait for the H & M. Two-page illustrated article about the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad. One-page article about appointment of George Kirchengessner as Hoboken City Historian. Letters to Hattie. Four pages with selected transcriptions of 1895 - 1896 letters Hattie Dewey Potter from daughter Katie Potter plus other correspondents, friends of Hattie's (one also named Katie, who lived in NY.) Daughter Katie wrote from Hoboken when she was here as a teenager for her last three years

Image of Hoboken History, No. 7, Spring 1993 - Serial

Hoboken History, No. 7, Spring 1993 - Serial

Hoboken History, Number 7, Spring 1993 The Magazine of the Hoboken Historical Museum. Booklet. pp. 24 including covers, illustrated. 8-3/8" wide x 11" high. 4 copies. General contents: The Girls of Hoboken. By John P. Fitzpatrick. Illustrated by Don Genaro. Four pages of recollections of Hoboken. Killed in Line of Duty: Hoboken's Heroes. By Patrolman Kevin Houghton, Hoboken Police Department. 3 pp. Nat Hicks of Hoboken. The First Courageous Catcher in Baseball. 2 pp. Historic Markers. Two-pages of six photos of plaques by Bob Foster. -Stephen Collins Foster -Firehouse, Engine Company No. 1, 501 Observer Highway -Firehouse, Engine Company 2 - Ladder Company 1, Washington be

Image of Hoboken Historical Museum Newsletter [First Series], Volume 2, No. 33, December, 1989. - Periodical

Hoboken Historical Museum Newsletter [First Series], Volume 2, No. 33, December, 1989. - Periodical

Hoboken Historical Museum Newsletter [First Series], Volume 2, No. 33, December, 1989. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" high. 4 pp., illustrated. 1 copy. PDF on file. Contents: Recent donation, photo of WWI float on River and Fifth Sts. Bird's-eye view of Steven's Institute as appeared on the cover of Scientific American, June 18, 1892. Insert leaf: membership renewal form.

Image of The Minute I Walked Into the Place, I Was Home. Recollections of Paul Millenthal Cantor. - Pamphlet

The Minute I Walked Into the Place, I Was Home. Recollections of Paul Millenthal Cantor. - Pamphlet

The Minute I Walked Into the Place, I Was Home. Recollections of Paul Millenthal Cantor. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2007. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [vi], 32, plus cover. Six copies. PDFs (large and small) on file. TIFFs archived. Twelfth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum under project grant. Interview conducted by Phyllis Plitch in 2006.

Image of Hoboken Was Like Heaven to Us. Recollections of Amada Ortega. - Pamphlet

Hoboken Was Like Heaven to Us. Recollections of Amada Ortega. - Pamphlet

Hoboken Was Like Heaven to Us. Recollections of Amada Ortega. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2007. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [iv], [36] plus cover; map endpapers (different front and back). Six copies. PDFs (large and small) on file. TIFFs archived. Fourteenth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum under project grant. Interview conducted by Holly Metz and Robert Foster on three dates: October 5, 2005; January 27, 2006; August 27, 2006.

Image of I'd Rather Lose a Clam than a Customer: Recollections of Michael "Biggie" Yaccarino. - Pamphlet

I'd Rather Lose a Clam than a Customer: Recollections of Michael "Biggie" Yaccarino. - Pamphlet

I'd Rather Lose a Clam than a Customer: Recollections of Michael "Biggie" Yaccarino. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2008. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [iv], 20 plus cover. Ten copies. Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. (OCR text in notes.) Nineteenth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum with support from John Wiley & Sons. Interview conducted by Robert Foster on June 6 and 25, 2007. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library. Yaccarino is the now retired proprietor

Image of B+W photo of children of Active Boat Club members posing on a Guttenberg, N.J.(?) dock, 1923. - Photograph

B+W photo of children of Active Boat Club members posing on a Guttenberg, N.J.(?) dock, 1923. - Photograph

Black-and-white photo of children of Active Boat Club members posing on a dock, possibly at Guttenberg, N.J., 1923. Digital file only. Original print 2-11/16" x 4-1/2" wide. Photographer not indicated. Marginal notations on print and reverse has both pencil and ballpoint ink notations. Tiffs media archive. Original print stained. This dock is probably on the Hudson River at Guttenberg, N.J. The Active Boat Club was established in Hoboken with a floating clubhouse between Fourth and Fifth Streets where several other boat clubs were located. By the mid-1910s and due to wartime (Hoboken was the main Port of Embarkation for the U.S. Army in World War I) and continuing industrial develo

Image of B+W photos, 4, ceremony on with patriotically decorated dais outside entrance to Public School No. 4, Park Ave. between 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1941. - Print, Photographic

B+W photos, 4, ceremony on with patriotically decorated dais outside entrance to Public School No. 4, Park Ave. between 5th & 6th Sts., Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1941. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photographs, four, of a ceremony on with patriotically decorated dais outside entrance to Public School No. 4, west side of Park Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa 1941. 2-3/4" x 4-5/8" high or wide prints. Photographer not indicated, but presumably taken by a member of the Radigan (or Rattigan) family. Reverse of all have print processor's batch number 019; modern ballpoint ink: 5th & Park; earlier pencil notation: 1941? Public School No. 4 was at street numbers 522 - 528 Park Avenue (built 1890s, now demolished.) Purpose of this warm weather event is not indicated. Patriotic bunting on speaker's stand (erected for this event) would be typic

Image of B+W photo of James Radigan marching in Holy Name Day Parade with Lenape Lancers, O.L.G. Senior Drum Corps, Hoboken, Oct. 1951. - Print, photographic

B+W photo of James Radigan marching in Holy Name Day Parade with Lenape Lancers, O.L.G. Senior Drum Corps, Hoboken, Oct. 1951. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white copy photograph of James Radigan marching in Holy Name Day Parade with Lenape Lancers, Our Lady of Grace Senior Drum Corps, Hoboken, October 1951. 4" x 6" high copy print ca. 2000. Photographer not indicated. Ballpoint ink notations on reverse where "Lenape" was mis-spelled as "Lenapi." James Radigan, father of donor, is at the left. (Radigan, or Rattigan (1919-1989), was Building Manager for Our Lady of Grace from 1938-1963.) Other people are not identified. View is southeast on Willow Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Streets with Our Lady of Grace Church at corner of Fourth St. in the background. Marching unit is lined up to march north on Willow. ---- lenape

Image of Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of Hoboken waterfront from 5th St. to 3rd & Hudson Sts., n.d., ca. 1901-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of Hoboken waterfront from 5th St. to 3rd & Hudson Sts., n.d., ca. 1901-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-toned panoramic composite photo of the Hoboken waterfront from Fifth Street to ca. Third & Hudson Streets, no date, circa 1901-1905. Four mounted prints, 5-3/4" high x 30" overall length. Photographer is not indicated. Reverse of mounting board is blank. PDF on file. Date is estimated from two main points: 1, the early date from the brick pier buildings of the North German Lloyd Steamship Lines piers No. 1 and No. 2 which were new structures built after the 1900 pier fire, ca. 1901-1902; 2, the late date is probably established by the towers associated with the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Ferry (Hoboken Ferry) and the D.L.& W. Railroad Terminal which is seen at the upper right

Image of Sepia-tone photo of a funeral procession on the 400 block of Washington St. for victims of the 1900 Hoboken pier fire, Hoboken, July-August, 1900. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of a funeral procession on the 400 block of Washington St. for victims of the 1900 Hoboken pier fire, Hoboken, July-August, 1900. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of a funeral procession on the 400 block of Washington St. for victims of the 1900 Hoboken pier fire, Hoboken, July-August, 1900. 7-1/2" high x 9-1/2" wide on photographer's mounting board. Photo taken by E.F. Walter, Hoboken, with his blind emboss in the lower right corner. Reverse is blank. The view is looking northwest. A sign for the Model Millinery at 406 Washington St. can be seen.

Image of B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. Holland-America Line sign is visible in the background. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are du

Image of B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (bracketed exposures) of the same image. Prints

Image of B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (bracketed exposures) of the same image. Prints

Image of B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Elia Kazan is at the left, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Elia Kazan is at the left, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white candid photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Elia Kazan is at the left, others are unidentified, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (bracket

Image of B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: group of ten men near vehicles, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: group of ten men near vehicles, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: group of ten men near vehicles, none identified, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (bracketed e

Image of B+W photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: an unidentified man near smoking metal barrel, Hoboken, n.d., ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: an unidentified man near smoking metal barrel, Hoboken, n.d., ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: an undentified man putting some lumber into a smoking metal barrel, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicat

Image of B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: a woman & 5 men on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: a woman & 5 men on the piers, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: a woman and 5 men on the piers, all unidentified, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (brackete

Image of B+W  group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Karl Malden is at the center, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Karl Malden is at the center, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: Karl Malden is at the center, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954. Others are unidentified. This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (brac

Image of Image: B+W photo of Holland America Line offices at the Fifth St. pier, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1960. - Print, Photographic

Image: B+W photo of Holland America Line offices at the Fifth St. pier, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1960. - Print, Photographic

Image: B+W photo of Holland America Line offices on the pier head at River and Fifth Sts., Fifth Street Pier, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1960. The photographer was Donald "Red" Barrett. Original 3.5" square. The Museum does not own the original. A digital scan and color reference print are on file. The view is looking northwest. Some of the buildings of Stevens Institute of Technology are in the background.