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Name Hoboken Board of Education
Number of Archive records 21
Number of Object records 6
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 2

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Image of Course guide for Winter/Spring 1999 Continuing Education Program of the Hoboken Board of Education. - Catalog

Course guide for Winter/Spring 1999 Continuing Education Program of the Hoboken Board of Education. - Catalog

Course guide for Winter/Spring 1999 Continuing Education Program of the Hoboken Board of Education. Single leaf, 11" x 17" wide folder to 4 pages, 8-1/2" x 11".

Image of Photocopy of site plan for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). - Documents

Photocopy of site plan for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). - Documents

Photocopy of site plan (originally page two of a 3-page fax) for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). Single sheet, 8-1/2" x 11". Title: Site Plan (Option 1), Not to Scale. A project briefly proposed as a development alternative to the plan proposed by the Hoboken Brownstone Company, then owners of the Site. The site would have been taken over by Stevens Institute of Technology and developed in association with City of Hoboken and Board of Education for a technology magnet high school using some of the "Abbott" Funds from the State of N.J. and other facilities for use by the college.

Image of Course Guide, Hoboken Public Schools Continuing Education, Spring 2007 Session. - Catalog

Course Guide, Hoboken Public Schools Continuing Education, Spring 2007 Session. - Catalog

Course Guide, Hoboken Public Schools Continuing Education, Spring 2007 Session. Single folio, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, [4] pp.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Educational Conference to be Held Tomorrow. Jersey Observer, March 18, 1937. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Educational Conference to be Held Tomorrow. Jersey Observer, March 18, 1937. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Educational Conference to be Held Tomorrow. Jersey Observer, March 18, 1937. Re: Hudson County Education Conference to be held at Steven Hoboken Academy. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Stress Needed Change in Way of Education. Jersey Observer, March 20, 1937. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stress Needed Change in Way of Education. Jersey Observer, March 20, 1937. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stress Needed Change in Way of Education. Jersey Observer, March 20, 1937. Re: Hudson County Education Conference to be held at Steven Hoboken Academy. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: To Rename School for Dr. Kealey. Jersey Observer, March 22, 1944. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: To Rename School for Dr. Kealey. Jersey Observer, March 22, 1944. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: To Rename School for Dr. Kealey. Jersey Observer, March 22, 1944. Mayor Bernard N. McFeely proposed renaming School No. 3 in honor of Dr. Daniel S. Kealey who died in December, 1943. The Board of Education was to act on it at its April 17th meeting. Kealey had served as Superintendent of Schools for over twenty years. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Schools Given Bequest. Library Fund Left by late Mrs. Violette Barrie. Hudson Dispatch, Sept. 17, 1946. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Schools Given Bequest. Library Fund Left by late Mrs. Violette Barrie. Hudson Dispatch, Sept. 17, 1946. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Schools Given Bequest. Library Fund Left by late Mrs. Violette Barrie. Hudson Dispatch, Sept. 17, 1946. Discusses bequest and other business of a Board of Education meeting. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: School 6 Renamed After Hoboken Vets. No source, no date, ca. 1944. 
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Digital image of newsclipping: School 6 Renamed After Hoboken Vets. No source, no date, ca. 1944. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: School 6 Renamed After Hoboken Vets; Commemorates the Sacrifice of Three Wallace Brothers. No source, no date, ca. 1944. Renaming of School No. 6 at 11th St. and Willow Ave. for the three Wallace Brothers: Lt. Commander Daniel J. Wallace, Lt. William F. Wallace and Ensign Myron Wallace. 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 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 Newsclipping: "Profile: Who was Thomas Hatfield? One of Hoboken's Greats." - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping: "Profile: Who was Thomas Hatfield? One of Hoboken's Greats." - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping: "Profile: Who was Thomas Hatfield? One of Hoboken's Greats." By George Moller. Published in Jersey Journal, June 14, 1962. Article about the first Librarian (1890-1924) of the Free Public Library (Hoboken Public Library.)

Image of Program: Public Forum. Proposed High School Sites. Demarest High School, March 3, 1958. - Program

Program: Public Forum. Proposed High School Sites. Demarest High School, March 3, 1958. - Program

Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. Public Forum. Proposed High School Sites. Demarest High School, March 3, 1958. Program. 11 mimeographed leaves plus covers, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high. Offered 18 sites for public discussion with details about real estate on the site, building valuations and tax revenue. Some sites were public parks. Map on page [11] showed their location. With enclosure: 3 mimeographed leaves with data charts dated same as program: pages [1] and [2] were "Estimated School Enrollments 1958-1966"; page [3] was "Incidence of 'Grade Increase - Drop Outs.'" Gift of Marion Roland.

Image of Political campaign brochure: Kids First 2007. Slate for Hoboken School Board members. - Brochure

Political campaign brochure: Kids First 2007. Slate for Hoboken School Board members. - Brochure

Political campaign brochure: Kids First 2007. Slate for Hoboken School Board members. Slate was: Carrie Gilliard, Rose Marie Markle, William Tobias and Tricia Snyder. Treasurer for Kids First: Teofilo "Tommy" Olivieri.

Image of Board of Education [City of Hoboken] Minutes 1911. Copy belonging to George Gonzales, Mayor. - Records

Board of Education [City of Hoboken] Minutes 1911. Copy belonging to George Gonzales, Mayor. - Records

Board of Education [City of Hoboken] Minutes 1911. Copy belonging to George Gonzales, Mayor (as stamped on front cover.) 8vo boards., pp. 147. Printed minutes covering January 2 to December 29, 1911. Included in the minutes include details about new schools such as the High School that opened that year; the demolition of old school No. 1; graduating students are named.

Image of Ho-Hi of 1923. Yearbook of the February Class of Hoboken High School. - Yearbook

Ho-Hi of 1923. Yearbook of the February Class of Hoboken High School. - Yearbook

Yearbook: The Ho-Hi. Volume One, Nineteen Twenty-three. Published by the February Class of Nineteen Twenty-three of Hoboken High School. 8vo cloth. pp. 1-168; advertisements I-XXXVI [1-36.] Entries for the graduating students includes their home addresses and several were not Hoboken residents. Along with agroup photo of the June class there are group photos of the six other classes: the February and June classes of the Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen ('Freshies'.) The members of those classes are published, but are not in the name index of this record. Pages 4-8 have a photo of Joseph F. Brandt and a memoriam. He died on April 30, 1922 after less than a year as the Superintendent

Image of Report of the Board Education, Hoboken, 1917. - Report

Report of the Board Education, Hoboken, 1917. - Report

Financial Statement and Annual Report of the Board of Education of the School District of the City of Hoboken, New Jersey. 1917. Softcover, disbound. pp. 78 including index. A wealth of information about schools and the organization for the period. Index on pages 77-78. Published names include graduates of all schools and classes; principals, teachers and employees are listed including date of appointment (some going back to the 1870s) and their addresses.

Image of Campaign brochure: Kids First slate for Hoboken Board of Education election, Apr. 18, 2006. - Brochure

Campaign brochure: Kids First slate for Hoboken Board of Education election, Apr. 18, 2006. - Brochure

Political campaign brochure: Kids First slate for seats on Hoboken Board of Education in April 18, 2006 election. Single sheet, 11" x 17" folded to [4] pages, 8-1/2" wide. Issue April 15-18, 2006 (letter on page [1] dated April 15, 2006.) Slate was Theresa Minutillo, Carrie Gilliard, Bill Tobias. Tom Olivieri, Treasurer.

Image of TLS addressed to "Teacher" from J.P. Laverty, Pres., Hoboken Board of Education, June 23, 1932. - Documents

TLS addressed to "Teacher" from J.P. Laverty, Pres., Hoboken Board of Education, June 23, 1932. - Documents

Typed letter signed addressed to "Teacher" from James P. Laverty, President, Board of Education, 84 River St., Hoboken, June 23, 1932, regarding reactions by some teachers related to current economic stress and changes in school staffing and, apparently, salaries; essentially a warning to go along with the program. Single leaf, Board of Education letterhead. Letter was owned by Florence Miller of Hoboken, a teacher in Hoboken schools at the time. Full text is in notes. Refers to the "protracted business recession" (early years of the Great Depression), Mayor McFeely and the lower enrollment at junior and senior class levels.

Image of Ho-Hi of 1923. Yearbook of the February Class of Hoboken High School. - Yearbook

Ho-Hi of 1923. Yearbook of the February Class of Hoboken High School. - Yearbook

Yearbook: The Ho-Hi. Volume One, Nineteen Twenty-three. Published by the February Class of Nineteen Twenty-three of Hoboken High School. 8vo cloth. pp. 1-168; advertisements I-XXXVI [1-36.] Lacking spine. PDF on file. Entries for the graduating students includes their home addresses and several were not Hoboken residents. Along with agroup photo of the June class there are group photos of the six other classes: the February and June classes of the Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen ('Freshies'.) The members of those classes are published, but are not in the name index of this record. Pages 4-8 have a photo of Joseph F. Brandt and a memoriam. He died on April 30, 1922 after less than a

Image of Framed grammar school diploma of Walter C.H. Fromholtz from Grammar School No. 2, Hoboken, January 31. 1901. - Diploma

Framed grammar school diploma of Walter C.H. Fromholtz from Grammar School No. 2, Hoboken, January 31. 1901. - Diploma

Framed grammar school diploma of Walter C.H. Fromholtz from Grammar School No. 2, Hoboken, January 31. 1901.