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Name Hoboken Chamber of Commerce
Number of Archive records 80.0
Number of Object records 5.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Photo records 2.0

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Image of This Traffic Jam is 30 Years Old. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, no date [ca. 1963-64]. - Booklet

This Traffic Jam is 30 Years Old. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, no date [ca. 1963-64]. - Booklet

This Traffic Jam is 30 Years Old. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, Streets, Highway & Transportation Committee, Hoboken, no date [ca. 1963-64]. Oblong 7" x 10" wide pamphlet, [16] pp., illustrated. Includes aerial photographs for a proposed highway. Letters of support from local government officers including Mayor John J. Grogan of Hoboken.

Image of Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 4, September-October 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 4, September-October 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 3, September-October 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. Page 2-3: The Business Front General Foods Building $1,000,000 Plant. Article about the groundbreaking on June 6, 1938 for the Maxwell House, Sanka and Kaffee Hag coffees and Maxwell House Tea factory. Site was owned by the Lackawanna Railroad which had World War [One] warehouses and was used a lumberyard until the sale. The Hoboken Police Band played at the groundbreaking ceremony. "Tootsie Roll" (Sweets Company of America) moved to Hoboken in March; located at 1515 Willow

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 images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 3, April-May 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 3, April-May 1938. Issued by The Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken. - Periodical

Digital images of Hoboken Review, Volume 1, No. 3, April-May 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.

Image of Digital images of Digital images of newsclippings of two part article about Patrick R. Griffin, Administrator, Hoboken, 1924. - Documents

Digital images of Digital images of newsclippings of two part article about Patrick R. Griffin, Administrator, Hoboken, 1924. - Documents

Digital images of newsclippings of two part article about Patrick R. Griffin, Administrator, Hoboken, 1924. The Jersey Observer, June 6 and June 9, 1924. Written by Wylie Kirkpatrick, Director of Municipal Research, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Griffin was then Mayor of Hoboken under the commission form of government. He was also Director of the Department of Public Affairs. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital images of photocopy of news article about history of Hoboken's Commission form of government and the then current office holders. - Documents

Digital images of photocopy of news article about history of Hoboken's Commission form of government and the then current office holders. - Documents

Digital images of photocopy of news article about history of Hoboken's Commission form of government and the then current office holders. Source not indicated, date ca. 1940-42. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image: Street Sign Survey conducted by Streets, Highway and Transporation Committee, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, March 8, 1963. - Report

Digital image: Street Sign Survey conducted by Streets, Highway and Transporation Committee, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, March 8, 1963. - Report

Digital image: Street Sign Survey conducted by Streets, Highway and Transporation Committee, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, March 8, 1963. Cover letter duplicated on Chamber letterhead with two typewritten survey report leaves detailing the survey. Reference copy on file. Letterhead: summary of survey and description of problems such as illegible signs, wrong signs, lack of signs, obstructions, etc., plus the fact the from Willow Avenue to Harrison Street, Newark Avenue is incorrectly marked as Newark Street. Survey report page 1: No Street Signs Survey report page 2: Street Signs on Buildings Only

Image of Digital image: Letter to Edward J. Barrone [Borrone], Director of Public Works from Charles P. Stalling, Executive Vice President, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, May 29, 1951. - Letter

Digital image: Letter to Edward J. Barrone [Borrone], Director of Public Works from Charles P. Stalling, Executive Vice President, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, May 29, 1951. - Letter

Digital image: Letter to Edward J. Barrone [Borrone], Director of Public Works from Charles P. Stalling, Executive Vice President, Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, May 29, 1951 acknowledging letter of 28th to President Theodore B. Furman; expressing willingness to cooperate with City's "Clean-Up Week", June 4-8, 1951. On Chamber letterhead.

Image of Welcome to Hoboken. A Business Map of Hoboken. Published by the Hoboken Reporter, copyright 2000. - Map

Welcome to Hoboken. A Business Map of Hoboken. Published by the Hoboken Reporter, copyright 2000. - Map

Welcome to Hoboken. A Business Map of Hoboken. Published by the Hoboken Reporter, copyright 2000. Printed two sides, 24" wide x 36" long; folded, to 4" wide x 9" high Cover price: $1.99. Letters from Mayor Anthony Russo and Chamber of Commerce President John Parchinsky, Jr. with photos of each of them. Design by McKevin Shaughnessy. Hoboken Historical Museum is listed at 1301 Hudson Street in a text panel and on the map; it did not open until April 2001 at that location, thus the map is likely to have been issued in 2001.

Image of Street Map of the Hoboken - North Hudson County Area with index. 1970. - Map

Street Map of the Hoboken - North Hudson County Area with index. 1970. - Map

Street Map of the Hoboken - North Hudson County Area with index. Guttenberg, Hoboken, North Bergen, Secaucus, Union City, Weehawken, West New York. Issued by Hoboken - North Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce, 20 Hudson Place, Hoboken, no date (1970). (Area maps created, published and copyright by New Jersey Map Co., Union City, N.J.) Printed two sides, 25" high x 38" wide folded to 4-3/4" wide x 8-1/2" high. Stored folded. Only Hoboken area map and index is imaged. PDF on file. Although undated, there is an advertisement for Stevens Institute of Technology commemorating their "100th Anniversary 1970." Many Hoboken businesses have display advertisements and are also identified on the m

Image of Article: Municipal Research Helps City Officials and Saves Money in Hoboken. From: The American City Magazine, Aug.1926, pp. 209-212. - Documents

Article: Municipal Research Helps City Officials and Saves Money in Hoboken. From: The American City Magazine, Aug.1926, pp. 209-212. - Documents

Article: Municipal Research Helps City Officials and Saves Money in Hoboken. By Randolph O. Huus, Director, Bureau of Municipal Research, Chamber of Commerce, Hoboken, N.J. As published in The American City Magazine, August 1926, pp. 209-212. PDF on file. Relates local Chamber activities since 1920 related to studies and improvements in local government and facilities. Titles of topics in the article: Fire Prevention Activities. Zoning and Waste Disposal Bureau of Municipal Research Organized A New Water Supply Contract A Study of Miscellaneous City Revenues Equalization of Assessments Analysis of Local School Expenses A Survey of Budget Items Snow Removal Methods and Costs St

Image of Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, October 15, 1930. - Map

Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, October 15, 1930. - Map

Reference record: Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, October 15, 1930. Printed reproduction, ca. 11" x 17" wide, as issued in archives 2006.057.0004, Welcome to Hoboken. "Know Your City." Board of Education, Hoboken, N.J. [1969.] This is an inserted fold-out following page 5. PDF of this map is on file. The original format and issue of the map has not been determined. Scale is stated as 1 inch = 400 feet. The map issued in this publication was crudely annotated to indicate the locations of the Hoboken schools as of the 1969 publication date (Brandt school at Ninth and Park is barely marked.) Other local identifications were not updated and the map is useful a

Image of Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, Oct. 15, 1930. Issued circa 1937 or later.Basil Stevens copy. - Map

Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, Oct. 15, 1930. Issued circa 1937 or later.Basil Stevens copy. - Map

Map of Hoboken prepared for the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce, October 15, 1930. Issued circa 1937 or later. Basil Stevens copy. Printed paper 15" high x 21" wide. PDF on file. Back has holographic ink note: Hoboken, N.Jersey, 1930. From the collection of Basil M. Stevens. (Stevens was a principal in the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. in this era and until it closed in the mid-1940s.) The original format and issue of the map has not been determined. Scale is stated as 1 inch = 400 feet. The map is useful as a guide to the use of the Hudson River piers and docks as of the 1930 date (which was a few days after the end of the Hoboken Tercentenary Celebration, Oct. 4-12, 1930.) It does

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 1. Jan. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 1. Jan. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 1. January 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. 2 copies (both damaged.) PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 2. Feb. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 2. Feb. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 2. February 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. 2 copies. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 3. March 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 3. March 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 3. March 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. (This copy may have been his personal copy - see pencil notations on page 2.) Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 4. April 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 4. April 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 4. April 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 5. May 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 5. May 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 5. May 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 6. June 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 6. June 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 6. June 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.

Image of Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 7. Sept. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 7. Sept. 1964. Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Voice. Vol. 1, No. 7. September 1964. Official Publication of the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce. Pamphlet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, 8pp. 4 copies, all damaged. PDFs on file (grouping all Chamber of Commerce newsletters in accession 2014.070.) Richard Bernheim of R. Neumann & Co. (a Hoboken leather tannery and manufacturing firm) was president of this business group. Item is from Neumann files courtesy of the Bernheim Family.