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Name HOPES (Hob.Org. Against Poverty & Economic Stress)
Details Hoboken Organization Against Poverty and Economic Stress. Founded in 1965.
Number of Archive records 8
Number of Library records 2
Number of Photo records 1

Associated Records

Image of Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. - Booklet

Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. - Booklet

Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. Pamphlet, 8-1/2" wide x 10" high, [8] pp. plus cover. Illustrated. 2 copies. See related for other copies. Although undated, it has a 1972 mention on page [4] ("If Hoboken is to grow... for the Hoboken Business Corp. in 1972) and a reference to the K&E redevelopment to "begin in 1972" on page [5]. Images whose location can be placed: page 1: Madison Street Playground back page: view southwest from pier end of Bethehem Steel Shipyard pier 1 with crane and Maxwell House Coffee plant in background. Programs and services mentioned or described: Hoboken Urban Corp. Aspira, Inc. Day Care 100 College & Career Ser

Image of Hoboken Survey: Recreation & Culture. Hoboken Model Cities Program, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1971. - Pamphlet

Hoboken Survey: Recreation & Culture. Hoboken Model Cities Program, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1971. - Pamphlet

Hoboken Survey: Recreation & Culture. Hoboken Model Cities Program, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1971. Booklet, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, [28] pp. plus illustrated cover. Includes two printed enclosures laid-in: letter from Mayor Louis DePascale; letter from Michael Coleman, Director, Hoboken Model Cities Program.

Image of Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. - Booklet

Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. - Booklet

Directory of Municipal Services, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1972-1973. Pamphlet, 8-1/2" wide x 10" high, [8] pp. plus cover. Illustrated. See related: archives catalog 2001.022.0003 for other copies including images of all pages plus some detail of programs describe and people whose names are found in the text.

Hoboken Survey: Recreation & Culture. Hoboken Model Cities Program, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1971. - Booklet

Hoboken Survey: Recreation & Culture. Hoboken Model Cities Program, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1971.Booklet, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, [28] pp. plus illustrated cover.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. Discuss founding of Mustard Seed Christian School. In 1866 Edwin Stevens deeded land at Sixth St. and Park Avenue to German Evangelical Church and loaned church money to build a parochial school. In 1979 the Community Church of Hoboken was converting the building back to a parochial school. It was used for a time by Stevens Hoboken Academy. HOPES occupied it from July 1966 to 1968-69. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

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 Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Housing Authority of the City of Hoboken, Winter 2010/2011. Color printing, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 8 pp., photos. Issued by the Housing Authority based at 400 Harrison St. to all their tenants and the community. A typical communication and outreach publication. Includes a large number of photos for events and activities including a Halloween Maze at Mama Johnson Field; the dedication of their adminstration building as M. Edward DeFazio Building; holiday parties, Thansgiving food donations; back to school; new community room at Harrison Gardens; community outreach by Housing Police and their new bureau at 310 Jackson St.; group photo of the Board of Commissioners.

Image of The Hoboken Information Guide. Mayor Anthony Russo. (2001). - Book

The Hoboken Information Guide. Mayor Anthony Russo. (2001). - Book

The Hoboken Information Guide. Mayor Anthony Russo. Published by the City of Hoboken, no date, circa 2001. Softcover, wire-o metal comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, [36] pp. including covers. Front cover in color, remainder in black-and-white. PDF on file. Cover features an Oct. 28, 2000 article from The Jersey Journal newspaper about "Best City in N.J." and shows part of the cover of the September 2000 issue of the magazine, New Jersey Monthly. Publication has information about elected city officials, government departments, agencies and programs including the Cross Town Bus, Senior Citizen's Bus and Shop Rite Senior Shuttle. Three pages are devoted to the Hoboken Parking Autho

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 Always Helping People. Recollections of Evelyn Smith. - Pamphlet

Always Helping People. Recollections of Evelyn Smith. - Pamphlet

Always Helping People. Recollections of Evelyn Smith. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2008. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [ii], 34] plus cover. Nine copies. Sixteenth 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 July 14 and August 22, 2006. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library.

Image of B+W photo of the sign and entrance for the administrative offices of HOPES, 124 Jackson St., Hoboken, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-1972). - Print, photographic

B+W photo of the sign and entrance for the administrative offices of HOPES, 124 Jackson St., Hoboken, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-1972). - Print, photographic

Black-and-white photo of the sign and entrance for the administrative offices of HOPES, 124 Jackson St., Hoboken, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-1972). Photo was probably taken by William Tremper. 8-1/4" wide x 12-3/8" high image on 11" x 14" paper. Reverse has holographic pencil notation: see image. An adhesive label is in the lower right border with the typed number "59." The formal name of HOPES, Inc is Hoboken Organization Against Poverty and Economic Stress. Wall sign was painted by L.T. Devlin. The provenance of this image is not settled, but it is believed to have been produced for a Hoboken governmental publication that was cancelled.