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Name Girl Scouts of Hoboken, Council 94
Number of Archive records 13.0
Number of Object records 5.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Photo records 8.0

Associated Records

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to the late 1960's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. PDF on file. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.3001 and .4001. All but three leaves have materials mounted on both sides. The contents of nearly 700 items includes 265 original photographs, 363 clippings from newspapers or magazines including 76 with printed photos, plus 64 documents or publications (some

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to the late 1960's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.2001 and .3001. PDF on file. The leaves will be catalogued separately with detail information and images starting with archives 2001.036.4001.01 and ending with .4001.30. All multi-page attachments or publications plus fold-outs will be seen in full. The page records are

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.2001 and .4001. PDF on file. The leaves will be catalogued separately with detail information and images starting with archives 2001.036.3001.01 and ending with .3001.45. All multi-page attachments or publications plus fold-outs will be seen in full.

Image of Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] - Pamphlet

Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] pp. [i-vi], 1-27 plus two inserted maps (following pages 5 and 27) plus cover. 8-1/2" x 11" high leaves printed one side. Text in English (foreword mentions a Spanish language version was to be issued.) Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Text is in notes. A curriculum development project created as a guide for new pupil students. Purpose was to ease the transition of these students with information on the history of Hoboken, current data about the city, schools and school resources including policies. Also ten pages on community services: Hoboken Board of Education Police Athletic League Boy Scouts of

Image of The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. - Periodical

The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. - Periodical

The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. Periodical as found on leaf 39 of Girl Scouts album 2001.036.2001. Only pages with Hoboken content have been imaged. Tiffs and jpegs archived. PDF on file. Reference prints on file in regular archives. The tenth anniversary of this house organ featured Hoboken. A long article is devoted to a history of Hoboken with mostly contemporary photos of Hoboken activities by current employees; includes background on the company's coming to Hoboken. Photos of interior views of Our Lady of Grace and St. Matthew Church, Elks Lodge, Lions Club meeting, Girl Scouts troop no. 4 at Waldheim Stevens Forum, Recreation Center, YMCA, Castle

Image of Photo of Washington St. looking north to Fourth St. with Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, 1922. - Print, Photographic

Photo of Washington St. looking north to Fourth St. with Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, 1922. - Print, Photographic

Photo of Washington Street looking north between Third and Fourth Streets with Hoboken Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, 1922. Copy photo of printed image; original image is in collections of Hoboken Public Library. View is northwest of the west side of the street. Captioned in image: Decoration Day. Girl Scouts in the Lead. (A contemporary 8" x 10" print of this same image, cropped differently and not captioned in image, is found in on the back of leaf 26 of Girl Scouts scrapbook, archives 2001.031.3001; it has a later ballpoint ink identification, maybe 1980s-1990s, as Decoration Day 1920 instead of 1922.)

Image of Obituary for Lee B. Raines, Jersey Journal, September 16, 2006. - Clipping, Newspaper

Obituary for Lee B. Raines, Jersey Journal, September 16, 2006. - Clipping, Newspaper

Obituary for Lee B[resticker]. Raines, Jersey Journal, September 16, 2006. Appeared on page 12. She was a lifelong resident and educator. Clipping was from reference material collected by Holly Metz who had interviewed Raines for a forthcoming oral history chapbook about Hoboken Girl Scouts just prior to her death.

Image of Bass drum from Girls Scouts, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1925. - Drum

Bass drum from Girls Scouts, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1925. - Drum

Bass drum from Girls Scouts, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1925. Wood, metal and vellum, 26-1/2" diameter x 10" wide. Painted vignette of a pastoral scene on each side surrounded by lettering: Girl Scouts, Hoboken, N.J. With: zippered brown canvas storage cover. Used from the 1920's to the 1970's by the Girl Scout Marching Band. A typed rundown of musical numbers for an event is taped to one side.

Marching drum with canvas cover formerly belong to the Hoboken Girl Scouts. - Drum, Bass

Marching drum with canvas cover formerly belong to the Hoboken Girl Scouts, no date, ca 1960-1970.

Image of Pin: Girl Scouts lapel pin, from Hoboken scout leader, no date, circa 1960-1970. - Pin, Fraternal

Pin: Girl Scouts lapel pin, from Hoboken scout leader, no date, circa 1960-1970. - Pin, Fraternal

Pin: Girl Scouts lapel pin, from Hoboken scout leader, no date, circa 1960-1970. Dull gold finish metal with pin back, 7/8" high x 27/32" wide. Mark on back: B.

Image of Beanie for Brownies uniform (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez (DeBenedetto) of Hoboken, N.J., ca. 1985. - Beanie

Beanie for Brownies uniform (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez (DeBenedetto) of Hoboken, N.J., ca. 1985. - Beanie

Beanie for Brownies uniform (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez (DeBenedetto) of Hoboken, N.J., circa 1985. Brown felt (25% wool, 75% rayon); six-section with loop at top; brown synthetic leather headband; size: Large, ca. 7" diameter; embroidered insignia applique. See objects 2012.016.0011 for her jumper that was part of this basic uniform. Oval brown felt applique embroidered with orange insignia. Printed cloth label sewn to headband.

Image of Jumper, Brownie (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez DeBenedetto of Hoboken, N.J., ca.1985. - Jumper

Jumper, Brownie (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez DeBenedetto of Hoboken, N.J., ca.1985. - Jumper

Jumper, Brownie (Girl Scouts of America), worn by Nora Martinez (DeBenedetto) of Hoboken, N.J., circa 1985. Brown 100% polyester cloth, zipper front; hand pockets with loops; overall length 31". See objects 2012.016.0010 for her beanie cap that was part of this basic uniform. Her Brownies troop would have been based at the Girl Scout House, 916 Garden Street, Hoboken (demolished.) Brown applique name label left (over heart): Girl Scouts U.S.A. Three cloth labels sewn in neck: label with official Girl Scouts symbol; label imprinted with stock number (1-200C) - reverse has material content with washing instructions - and size (Size 14 1/2); label: Made in U.S.A.

Image of We Did Have Wonderful Times: Hoboken Girl Scouts... Recollections of Lee Raines & Catherine Ruchovansky. - Pamphlet

We Did Have Wonderful Times: Hoboken Girl Scouts... Recollections of Lee Raines & Catherine Ruchovansky. - Pamphlet

We Did Have Wonderful Times: Hoboken Girl Scouts and the Little House on Garden Street. Recollections of Lee Raines and Catherine Ruchovansky. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2007. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [iv], 40] plus cover. Nine copies. PDF on file. TIFFs archived. Fifteenth 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 Robert Foster on June 19, 2006. Re photograph printed on cover: Naomi Schubin Greenberg (Schubin is her maiden name) wrote on

Image of Black-and-white photo of Japanese Girl Guide doll on a table at Hoboken's Girl Scout  house, Hoboken, 1951. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Japanese Girl Guide doll on a table at Hoboken's Girl Scout house, Hoboken, 1951. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Japanese Girl Guide doll on a table at Hoboken's Girl Scout house, Garden Street, Hoboken, 1951. 3.5" x 5.5" wide print. Photographer not indicated. Doll was presented to the scouts in 1926 and restored for the Camp Edith Macy's silver anniversary. Holographic inscription on reverse in ink: Japanese Girl Guide doll presented to | Camp Edith Macy by Girl Guides of | Japan in 1926. Restored by Hoboken | Girl Scout Council for the camp's | silver anniversary. | April 10, 1951

Image of B+W  group photo of of Hoboken Girl Scouts with flags standing in street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1980-1985. - Print, Photographic

B+W group photo of of Hoboken Girl Scouts with flags standing in street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1980-1985. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white group photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts with flags standing in street, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1980-1985. 8" x 10" wide print. Photographer not known. People have not been identified. Street location not identified

Image of Group photo of Girl Scouts playing kickball; 2 sitting on bar between trees; no date - Print, Photographic

Group photo of Girl Scouts playing kickball; 2 sitting on bar between trees; no date - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white group photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts playing kickball; 2 sitting on bar between trees; location unidentified, no date , ca. 1935. 3" x 5" high print. Photographer not indicated. People have not been identified.

Image of B+W group photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts at U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. April, 1978. - Print, Photographic

B+W group photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts at U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. April, 1978. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white group photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts at U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. April, 1978. Panoramic print 10" x 17" wide with group identification printed in photo. People have not been identified. File image is a partial view.

Image of Digital images of printed b+w photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, no date, ca. May, 1922. - Print, Photographic

Digital images of printed b+w photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, no date, ca. May, 1922. - Print, Photographic

Digital images of printed b+w photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts marching in Decoration Day parade, Hoboken, no date, ca. May, 1922. A newsclipping from unidentified newspaper and a photocopy of same. This image was apparently printed in a 'looking back'-type article, probably in the 1980's or 1990's. The image is Hoboken Public Library Historical Picture Collection no. 393, captioned "Girl Scouts in the Lead," and adds, Washington Street looking North between Third and Fourth Streets, ca. 1922.

Image of Digital images, 4, of Catherine Ruchovanksy of Hoboken with Girl Scouts apparel and drum, Elysian Park, Hoboken, June 8, 2007. - Photograph

Digital images, 4, of Catherine Ruchovanksy of Hoboken with Girl Scouts apparel and drum, Elysian Park, Hoboken, June 8, 2007. - Photograph

Digital images, four, of Catherine Ruchovanksy of Hoboken wearing Girl Scouts apparel and drum, Elysian Park, Hoboken, June 8, 2007. Photographs by Robert Foster. Image caption numbers are camera file numbers and are not consecutive. Selected from 65 available images many in duplicate; all are archived on disk. Photographs taken for use in oral history chapbook about her, Lee Raines and Hoboken Girl Scouts of which she was a longtime leader. She is seen with a hat and scarf plus a decorated Girl Scouts drum which she had previously donated to the museum. Images 2 and 4 were taken near the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

Image of B+W photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts preparing for annual cookie sale, Hoboken, 1950. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts preparing for annual cookie sale, Hoboken, 1950. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts preparing for annual cookie sale, Hoboken, 1950. 8"x 10" wide print; mounted on leaf 49, bottom photo, in scrapbook, archives 2001.036.2001. The view is inside the Girl Scouts house at 916 Garden St. The adult leader is Anna Van Twisk at the back center. Some other identifications are below. Naomi Schubin Greenberg (Schubin is her maiden name) wrote on December 2, 2007: "I used to be one of the high sellers of Girl Scout cookies as I showed them in my parents' (William and Edith Schubin's) store, the Hoboken Economy Store, 516 Washington St. Looking at the photo, I'm at the right corner behind the table. At the left corner behind the