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Name Hetty Green
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Letter from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. - Letter

Typed letter signed from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. Single sheet of letterhead plus photocopy from 2004 book about Hetty Green. Discusses location of the Honeymoon Flats which he states are on Clinton Street between 9th and 10th Sts, opposite Columbus Park. Notes the Elysian Flats were also known as the "Barracks." Notes that he and his wife lived in the former 1309 Bloomfield Street apartment of Hetty Green for 45 years. There was a wall safe in the apartment that they never opened.

Image of U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine.

Image of Three Centuries of Progress. A Brief History of Hoboken, New Jersey and Teaneck, New Jersey from 1609 to 1940. - Pamphlet

Three Centuries of Progress. A Brief History of Hoboken, New Jersey and Teaneck, New Jersey from 1609 to 1940. - Pamphlet

Three Centuries of Progress. A Brief History of Hoboken, New Jersey and Teaneck, New Jersey from 1609 to 1940. Published in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of A.J. Volk Co. and dedicated to the memory of its Founder Jacob Volk and his wife and co-worker Eva R. Volk - 1865-1940. 7" x 10" high stitched softcover. 32 pp. plus covers, illustrated. Cover detached. A fair general history of Hoboken. See notes for list of photos and illustrations. The Volk family and its business are documented on pages 28-32. Jacob Volk established a funeral business on Washington St. in 1865 which also served as the base for his other business, picture framing, as he was a gilder by training. In o

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2 - Periodical

U.S. Camera, Vol. IV, No. 2. August 1941. 16-page photo illustrated article, pp, 39-54: "Hoboken: The photographers' forbidden paradise" by Marjory Collins and Wilfrid Zogbaum. Both authors did the photography and are pictured in the article. Collins was an associate editor of the magazine. See library catalog 2002.191.0001 for copy with images of the article.