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Name Grand St.
Number of Archive records 23
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Number of Library records 28
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Assessment Map for Eight Receiving Basins on Third Street at the Intersections of Clinton & Grand Sts., Hoboken, 1876. - Map

Assessment Map for Eight Receiving Basins on Third Street at the Intersections of Clinton & Grand Streets., Hoboken, Hudson County, N.J. (1876). Linen-backed paper, 26" high x 36" wide. Scale: 1 inch equals 40 feet. Made by Spielmann and Brush, City Surveyors in Charge. Includes 3 major tables all titled: Assessment List. Also includes table: Bill of Costs Assessment confirmed August 16, 1876 Resolution confirmed August, 16, 1876, George J. Ducker, City Clerk

Image of Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. - Pamphlet

Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. - Pamphlet

Booklet, Just A Minute, promotional publication of the John Schmalz's Sons' Model Bakery, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1901-09. 5-1/4" high x 6-5/8" wide, paper wrapper. 41 pages plus printed wrapper. Text plus twenty-one printed photographs with a history of the firm, its current operations and products. Except for Schmalz, none of the people in the photos are identified. PDF on file. Printed photographs seen in this booklet (individually catalogued as reference images in photo catalog, 2004.051.0003.01 to 2004.051.0003.21; see related) - page 2: John Schmalz, Founder page 4: Our Old Bakery, 527 Park Avenue (exterior view of building with staff, horse carriage) page 6: Flour Room (int

Image of Assessment Map for the Grading of Grand St., Hoboken, New Jersey. [1866]. - Map

Assessment Map for the Grading of Grand St., Hoboken, New Jersey. [1866]. - Map

Assessment Map for the Grading of Grand St., Hoboken, New Jersey. [1866]. Commissioners: B.R Campell; Theophilus Butts; Christopher Gregory William Hexamer, City Surveyor, 1866. [Sheet number in blue pencil] 238 Ink and pencil on paper. Approx. 29-1/2" wide x 22" high.Damaged. PDF on file. Scans media archives. ---- assessment / taxes / roads / streets/ taxation

Image of Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) - Map

Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) - Map

Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) Ink on paper. Approx. 29-1/4" wide x 21-1/2" high. PDF on file. Filed March 21, 1867. John Kennedy, City Clerk. William Hexamer, City Surveyor. Blue pencil notation: No. 212 Soiled and worn.

Image of Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 1, February 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 1, February 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 1, February 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, 1 Newark St., Hoboken. Booklet, 6" x 9" high. 16 pp. plus cover. Museum does not own the original. Hoboken Industries, pages 6-7: "G.E. Firm Lights Nation's Industries." Photo of the General Electric Vapor Lamp Company which was the successor to the Cooper Hewitt Electric Co. Includes an artistic photo of the buildings that were the Hoboken plant.

Image of Digital image: billhead of H. Eggert & Brother, Dealers in Flour, Feed, Hay and Straw, Fourth St., near Grand, [Hoboken], Nov. 29, 1897. - Order, Pay

Digital image: billhead of H. Eggert & Brother, Dealers in Flour, Feed, Hay and Straw, Fourth St., near Grand, [Hoboken], Nov. 29, 1897. - Order, Pay

Digital image: billhead of H. Eggert & Brother, Dealers in Flour, Feed, Hay and Straw, Fourth St., near Grand, [Hoboken], Nov. 29, 1897. Requesting Henry Loh...(?) make payment to a William Luiz (?) for pipe inspection.

Image of Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. - Letter

Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. - Letter

Billhead of S. Fisher & Co., Incorporated, Clinton, 11th and Grand Streets, Hoboken, March 5, 1925. Typed billhead with mailing envelope. With: bill of lading to Central Rail Road of New Jersey for shipment of order on bill. Manufacturers of Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery. Addressed to A[lbert U.] Kuntz, Slatington, PA. Shipped to Walnutport, PA.

Image of Schmalz Bakery report: Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. - Report

Schmalz Bakery report: Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. - Report

Historical Survey, 715 Grand Street (Schmalz Bakery later Wonder Bread), Hoboken, April 2007. Prepared for 715 Grand LLC by Arch2, Inc. PDF on file. The document was prepared for presentation to Hoboken Zoning Board. The study covers a building that was built as part of a related group for the Schmalz Bakery and used by subsequent owners, Shults Bread Co., United Baking and Continental Baking Company (Wonder Bread).

Image of Document: real estate offering for sale or lease 720-732 Grand Street and 727-733 Adams Street, Hoboken, n.d., circa 1993-1994. - Prospectus

Document: real estate offering for sale or lease 720-732 Grand Street and 727-733 Adams Street, Hoboken, n.d., circa 1993-1994. - Prospectus

Document: real estate offering for sale or lease 720-732 Grand Street and 727-733 Adams Street, Hoboken, no date, circa 1993-1994 (possibly as early as 1992.) Eight leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" high; photocopies of typed or drawn original leaves. This address is the building that came to be known as the "mercury building." It was an environmental "superfund" site that was demolished ca. 2003-2004. See information with search term "722 Grand St." for detailed documentary information about this site. Leaf 1: letterhead of Ira M. Meister, International Property Advisors, New York, N.Y., Exclusive Agents for sale or lease. With bulleted list of building features. Leaf 2: elevator and loading do

Image of TLS from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Sts., Hoboken, July 28, 1914 re response to problem order. - Letter

TLS from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Sts., Hoboken, July 28, 1914 re response to problem order. - Letter

Typed letter signed from S. Fisher & Co., Clinton, 11th & Grand Streets, Hoboken, July 28, 1914 to Rosen Bros., Port Chester, N.Y. re complaint from Rosen regarding an order not delivered due to a machine breakdown. Single leaf letterhead, 6-13/16" wide x 8-3/8" wide; signed in ink by S[ol]. Fisher [President of the company.] Letterhead is printed in black and red. "Long Distance Tel. [telephone] 237 Hoboken." "Manufacturers of Chocolate, Cocoa and Confectionery." "Manufacturers of Fishers Breakfast Cocoa and Chocolates." Cable address "Fisher Hoboken" and notes codes [code books] used for cables and telegrams: Liebers, Western Union, A.B.C. 4th edition, Private Founded in 1895

Image of Credit account book of Fred Kostelecky, 218 Bloomfield St. for furniture from Howell Bros. Inc., 2nd & Grand Sts., Hoboken, 1954. - Book, Account

Credit account book of Fred Kostelecky, 218 Bloomfield St. for furniture from Howell Bros. Inc., 2nd & Grand Sts., Hoboken, 1954. - Book, Account

Credit purchase payment account book of Fred Kostelecky, 218 Bloomfield St. for furniture purchased from Howell Bros. Inc., 2nd & Grand Sts., Hoboken, 1954. Pamphlet, 3-1/8" wide x 5-3/8" high, pp. [12] plus printed cardstock cover. With Howell Bros. envelope, postmarked Hoboken, Feb. 26, 1954. Kostelecky purchased a suite of bedroom furniture (1 dresser & mirror; 1 chest; 1 bed; 2 nightstands) plus two lamps & shades for a total of $640. The book lists the items and the payments made. This item is a typical example of how time payments for expensive items were done before credit cards and similar forms of payment became regularly available. Cover has holographic ink entries in a print

Image of Newsclipping: "Old Building in Hoboken Is Given New Life." NYT Oct 28, 1976. re dedication of Clock Tower Apartments; former K&E building. - Documents

Newsclipping: "Old Building in Hoboken Is Given New Life." NYT Oct 28, 1976. re dedication of Clock Tower Apartments; former K&E building. - Documents

"Old Building in Hoboken Is Given New Life." Article by Alfonso A. Narvaez published In The New York Times, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1976. See notes for text.

Image of Map: Hoboken, 3rd to 8th Sts., Willow Ave. to Paterson Plank Rd.; Hopkins Atlas of Hudson County, V.2, Plt. 4, 1934. - Map

Map: Hoboken, 3rd to 8th Sts., Willow Ave. to Paterson Plank Rd.; Hopkins Atlas of Hudson County, V.2, Plt. 4, 1934. - Map

[Map] Plate 4, western Hoboken; Third to Eighth Streets; Willow Avenue to Paterson Plank Road; published in Hopkins' Atlas of Hudson County, Volume 2, copyright 1933. [Philadelphia: G.M. Hopkins, 1934.] Single folio, 23-1/2" high x 33-1/2" wide open. Scale: 1inch = 100 feet. PDF on file. Six sectional details imaged along with composite full image; 50 percent of original size. TIFs media archive.

Image of Map sketch: Profile & Grade of Grand St. from Newark Ave. to First St., Hoboken, Oct. 1864. - Map

Map sketch: Profile & Grade of Grand St. from Newark Ave. to First St., Hoboken, Oct. 1864. - Map

Profile and Grade of Grand Street from Newark Ave. to First Street, City of Hoboken, October 1864. C.P. Colonis (?), City Surveyor. Map sketch, black and red Ink on paper, 14" x 22" folded. No scale given; measurement of frontage and street center on Grand Street is indicated in feet. The "bed of creek" (Hoboken Creek) is indicated and certain dimensions are given along with notes of "edge of creek." This sketch was presumably related to flooding conditions as well as considerations of the types and construction of drainage sewers for the area.

Image of First Annual Report of the Y.M.C.A., Hoboken. August 1884. - Report, Annual

First Annual Report of the Y.M.C.A., Hoboken. August 1884. - Report, Annual

First Annual Report of the Young Men's Christian Association. Organized January 19th, 1883, Hoboken, New Jersey. This report covers the work of the Association , from the Organization up to August 1st, 1884. The Building is in Bloomfield St., between 8th and 9th Sts. PDF on file. Printed booklet, 6" wide x 8-7/8" high, 20 pp. Full text is in notes. There are many names in the text, some full, but many with just initials for first names or for women, Mrs. Names are not in listed in people file, but are searchable as text. With: enclosure and attachment. Enclosure: 1-page holographic note to R.C. Morse from J.W. McCulloch, Recording Secretary, Hoboken Y.M.C.A., February 7, 1885 re t

Image of Article: Indoor Curling. (Thistle Association club house); Scientific American, Vol. LXVI, No. 9, Feb. 27, 1892. - Article

Article: Indoor Curling. (Thistle Association club house); Scientific American, Vol. LXVI, No. 9, Feb. 27, 1892. - Article

Article: Indoor Curling. (Thistle Association club house) as published in Scientific American, Vol. LXVI, No. 9, February 27, 1892, page 131. Full issue present. Magazine article includes a one-third page illustration at the bottom: The Thistle Club Curling Floor, Hoboken, N.J. There are four inset details. Full text of article is in notes. The Thistle Club had differing names over time: New York Thistle Club; Thistle Association, New York; Thistle Club of New York plus all of these with curling included in the name in some way. It varied over time and in different news accounts. While it apparently originated in New York several decades earlier, Hoboken came to be its physical ho

Image of Billhead: Geo. W. Travers Co., Importers of Toys & Dolls; Manufacturers of Childrens' & Dolls Vehicles, Chairs, Etc.; Office & Warehouse, 15th & Adams Sts., Hoboken, N.J., July 23, 1920. - Bill

Billhead: Geo. W. Travers Co., Importers of Toys & Dolls; Manufacturers of Childrens' & Dolls Vehicles, Chairs, Etc.; Office & Warehouse, 15th & Adams Sts., Hoboken, N.J., July 23, 1920. - Bill

Billhead of George W. Travers Co., Importers of Toys and Dolls; Manufacturers of Childrens' and Dolls Vehicles, Chairs, Etc.; Office and Warehouse, 15th & Adams Sts., Hoboken, N.J., July 23, 1920. Printed billhead, 8" high x 8-1/4" high; pencil entries, inkstamps; reverse ink file notes. Company was at this time occupying the full north side of Fifteenth Street between Grand and Adams Streets. A fire on February 26, 1920 did not apparently put them out of business - see notes. Invoice was to a K. Sprague of Roscoe, N.Y. for 12 wagons, 12 barrows and two strollers. ---- Salesrooms: 146 Chambers Street, New York Factory: East Templeton, Mass.

Image of Diary, pocket: The 1919 Diary. Issued by the Cooper Hewitt Electric Co. General Offices & Works, Eighth & Grand Sts., Hoboken, N.J.  - Diary

Diary, pocket: The 1919 Diary. Issued by the Cooper Hewitt Electric Co. General Offices & Works, Eighth & Grand Sts., Hoboken, N.J. - Diary

The 1919 Diary. Issued by the Cooper Hewitt Electric Co. General Offices and Works, Eighth and Grand Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Blank and unused, leaves for dates Jan. 1 to 28 not present and apparently torn out. A promotional advertising item issued by the company that manufactured lighting tubes and fixtures using mercury vapor lamps (later fluorescent - that term is not used in the text here.) A stock type of pocket diary that has customized text that served as a general catalog for their products with illustrations of selected ones. Also technical information on industries that used or could use them and typical installation guidelines. Pages 13-29, 32 and 34-38 have the text specific t

Image of Paint sample card: Breinig Brothers, Ever-Dure Paste-Bronze Greens. Issued by Breinig Brothers, Inc., Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1920s. - Sample, Sales

Paint sample card: Breinig Brothers, Ever-Dure Paste-Bronze Greens. Issued by Breinig Brothers, Inc., Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1920s. - Sample, Sales

Paint sample card: Breinig Brothers, Ever-Dure Paste-Bronze Greens. Issued by Breinig Brothers, Inc., Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1920s. Printed and embossed cardstock, 3-1/2" wide x 6-3/16" high; printed both sides; 4 mounted paint chips, 7/16" x 2-5/16" wide, applied to front. Text on front: BREINIG BROTHERS’ EVER-DURE PASTE BRONZE GREENS Made Especially for the Master Painter [paint samples labeled by name printed below each] EMERALD (Extra Light) BRILLIANT (Light) ROYAL (Dark) NATURAL (Extra Dark) [logo in red and blue; embossed] BB Breinig Brothers, Inc. Hoboken, New Jersey ==== see notes for text on back. The company in the mid-1920s had its address listed

Image of Certificate, specimen stock: Keuffel & Esser Company (Hoboken, N.J.); Less than 100 shares Common Stock, par value $1.00 (1965). - Certificate, Stock

Certificate, specimen stock: Keuffel & Esser Company (Hoboken, N.J.); Less than 100 shares Common Stock, par value $1.00 (1965). - Certificate, Stock

Stock certificate specimen: Keuffel & Esser Company (Hoboken, New Jersey); Less than 100 shares Common Stock, par value $1.00, (1965). Printed and engraved certificate, 8" x 12" wide; imprinted "Specimen" over President (A.E. Busch - Alfred E. Busch) and Treasurer (Thomas R. Nye) facsimile signatures; three punched holes. Serial number: BN34700 Company stock issued earlier was held by family or officers. The company went public issuing common stock in September 1965. As a certificate for less than 100 shares and from text printed on back, it is suggested by both of these aspects that it may have been the specimen certificate intended for the stock issue made available to employees. See