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Name Garden St.
Number of Archive records 34.0
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Number of Library records 3.0
Number of Photo records 46.0

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Image of Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping: Site of Demarest High Obtained From Wendell by Condemnation. Hudson Dispatch, Tuesday, Dec., no date or year, probably late 1920's. - Documents

Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping: Site of Demarest High Obtained From Wendell by Condemnation. Hudson Dispatch, Tuesday, Dec., no date or year, probably late 1920's. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Site of Demarest High Obtained From Wendell by Condemnation. Hudson Dispatch, Tuesday, Dec., no date or year, probably late 1920's. No. 24 in a series of articles about schools. Demarest opened in 1911 at Fourth and Garden Sts. The land was owned by the Wendell estate whose management was based in New York City. Includes list of first three principals as well as current faculty. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

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 The High Light. Senior Issue. June, 1940. Demarest High School, Hoboken. - Yearbook

The High Light. Senior Issue. June, 1940. Demarest High School, Hoboken. - Yearbook

The High Light. Senior Issue. June, 1940. Demarest High School, Hoboken. School magazine published by the students of A.J. Demarest High School, Hoboken. 6-7/8" wide x 9-3/4" high, 64 pp. plus cover. PDF on file. Maroon flocked paper cover embossed with gold school seal. The yearbook for the June graduating class with portraits and biographies, group photos of school clubs, sports teams and activities. Business advertisements at the back. Photos taken by Paap Studio, 301 First St., Hoboken. Printed by the Poggi Press, Hoboken. The names of the 208 class members are transcribed in notes. See archives 2006.036.0011 for the program for graduation exercises June Class of 1940, A.J. Demar

Image of Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park, Hoboken, New Jersey. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. Plastic comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 26 pp. plus covers; illustrated. PDF on file. A glossy proposal for the development of the north side of Observer Highway from Bloomfield St. to Willow Avenue into a residential apartment complex for middle income co-ops and low income rentals. The developers would be a joint venture between the Applied Companies and Hartz Mountain Industries. Architects were Beyer Blinder Belle whose office Beyer Blinder Belle Graphics designed this publication. It includes plans, elevations and artist's views. Seven printed photographs of contemporary Hoboken c

Dues and Record Book, 1962-1966, Ladies Missionary Society of the Reformed Church of Hoboken. - Book, Record

Dues and Record Book, 1962-1966, Ladies Missionary Society of the Reformed Church of Hoboken (German Evangelical Lutheran Church), Organized March 1927, Book # March 1962. Hoboken. Hardcover journal. First eight pages concerns membership and dues from 1962-1966. Dos-a-dos at back of volume are 17 pages of records of receipts and expenses. German Evangelical Lutheran Church was at Second and Garden St.

Dues (Record) Book, 1964, Ladies Aid Society / Tabitha Verein, Reformed Church of Hoboken. - Book, Record

Dues (Record) Book, 1964, Ladies Aid Society / Tabitha Verein, Reformed Church of Hoboken (German Evangelical Lutheran Church). Hardcover journal. Entries page 1-14 and 195. German Evangelical Lutheran Church was at Second and Garden St.

Dues Record Book, Tabitha Verein, 1913-1933, [German Evangelical Lutheran Church]. - Book, Record

Dues Record Book, Tabitha Verein, 1913-1933, [German Evangelical Lutheran Church]. Hardcover journal, 152 pages. Page 2 is 1913; page 145 is 1932-1933.

Image of Program: Dedicatory Exercises, High School, Hoboken, New Jersey, Tuesday, October 11, 1911. - Program

Program: Dedicatory Exercises, High School, Hoboken, New Jersey, Tuesday, October 11, 1911. - Program

Program: Dedicatory Exercises, High School, Hoboken, New Jersey, Tuesday, October 11, 1911. Eight P.M. Eight pages, 6" x 9" high, cover stock, of which only four are printed (pp [2-3] and [6-7] are blank); cord tie. This is the school that came to be known as A.J. Demarest High School at the corner of Garden and Fourth Streets. Ink annotations on programs pages; they appear to intended as humorous. Architect for school was John T. Rowland, Jr.

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 Sepia-tone copy photo of First Street looking west to Garden Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone copy photo of First Street looking west to Garden Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone copy photo of First Street looking west to Garden Street, Hoboken, circa 1892 or earlier. H. Fischer & Son, Boots and Shoes, at right was 70 First St. (old number; 208 new number.)

Image of Postcard announcement: Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth & Garden Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 2, 2006 - Postcard

Postcard announcement: Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth & Garden Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 2, 2006 - Postcard

Postcard announcement: To the Ploughboy: Songs of Harvest & Thanksgiving. Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth and Garden Streets, Hoboken, December 2, 2006.

Image of Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, 6th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, 2007-2008. - Brochure

Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, 6th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, 2007-2008. - Brochure

Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, Sixth and Garden Streets, Hoboken, 2007-2008. Single sheet printed two sides, 8-1/2" x 11" wide folded to 3-9/16" wide. Three copies. The Manhattan String Quartet Linda Larson, soprano The Waterville Trio

Image of Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. - Periodical

Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. - Periodical

Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. Price per Copy Five Cents. Pamphlet, 5-3/8" wide x 8-7/8" high, 16 pages. Cover artwork depicts the The Martha Institute at Sixth and Garden Streets where the High School was located for several decades up to 1911. This copy has name of Florence Miller inscribed by her on the cover. She is known to have attended high school at the Academy of the Sacred Heart from which she graduated in 1909.

Image of Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell, no date, circa 1890-1900; mounted on leaf with 1990's caption by Jim Hans detailing Russell's relationship to Hoboken. Print 6-3/8" x 9" high; source of image not indicated, but apparently a later printing of a late 19th century painting of Russell. It appears only to illustrate the caption and was not intended to depict her as she may have appeared in Hoboken. Printed caption by Hans: Lillian Russell, the world famous actress and singer during the later part of the 19th and early 20th Century, was married in Hoboken in 1885. She was married, again in Hoboken in 1894, in a house on Garden Street (between 5th and 6th Streets). For many years

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.

Transcript of interview of Marie Totaro by Pat Samperi, June 11, 2008 - Transcript

Transcript of interview of Marie Totaro by Pat Samperi, June 11, 2008 for the Hoboken Historical Museum Oral History Project. Two volumes of facsimile typescript with plastic strip binding and clear covers. Typescript is double-spaced. Location of original is not indicated. Location of tapes is not indicated. Transcriber is not identified. Volume 1: Tape 1, side 1. Pages [1-1] to 1-54; Tape 1, side 2. Pages 1-54 to 1-116. Volume 2: Tape 2, side 1. Pages [2-1] to 2-98 Interview took place at Marine View Plaza, Hoboken. Many topics; especially rich background on Saint Ann's Feast as well as growing up in Hoboken.

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 Announcement: Easter Egg Hunt, Apr. 16, 2011, Mama Johnson Field, 4th & Jackson Sts., Hoboken.  - Card, Advertising

Announcement: Easter Egg Hunt, Apr. 16, 2011, Mama Johnson Field, 4th & Jackson Sts., Hoboken. - Card, Advertising

Announcement card: Free Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, April 16th (2011), Mama Johnson Field, 4th & Jackson Sts., Hoboken. Printed card, 4" x 6"; printed two sides with same copy. Promotional advertising card issued by a sponsoring organization, Hoboken Grace (church), which holds services in meeting room at 301 Garden Street, Hoboken. Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken was a co-sponsor.

Image of Pamphlet: The 14th Street Mews Family Market. Hoboken Historical Museum Scavenger Hunt for KIDS. (2012) - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: The 14th Street Mews Family Market. Hoboken Historical Museum Scavenger Hunt for KIDS. (2012) - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: The 14th Street Mews Family Market. Hoboken Historical Museum Scavenger Hunt for KIDS. (2012) Single folio, 8-1/2" x 7" wide, [4] pp. The Mews is actually the Garden Street Mews (as stated on a plaque at Fourteenth and Garden Streets.) In 2012 a green (or farmers') market) was started in this new street space and held from early summer to early fall. The Museum had a tent space and offered this publication as one of several activities for families and children. Created by Education Curator Robin Westervelt.