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Name Hotopp Varnish Co.
Details Once known as Hotopp & Co. Established 1854. 1900: Located at 112 Marshall St., Hoboken, in early years. Later located on Observer Highway.
Number of Archive records 1.0
Number of Object records 2.0
Number of Library records 0.0
Number of Photo records 1.0

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Image of Bill: Hotopp & Co., Manufacturers of Varnishes, Hoboken, N.J., April 4, 1895. - Bill

Bill: Hotopp & Co., Manufacturers of Varnishes, Hoboken, N.J., April 4, 1895. - Bill

Bill: Hotopp & Co., Manufacturers of Varnishes, Hoboken, N.J., April 4, 1895, to Mr. T. Tiliston Wells. Printed billhead 7" high x 8-3/8" wide. Location as printed: Factory & Office, 1st and Marshall Sts. & W.S.R.R. Street address was 112 Marshall St. W.S.R.R. was the West Shore Railroad.

Image of Can: Liquid Dryer, manufactured by The Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1900. - Can

Can: Liquid Dryer, manufactured by The Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1900. - Can

Metal can: Liquid Dryer, manufactured by The Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1900. 4-3/4" high x 2-3/4" wide x 1-3/4" deep. Printed paper label on front width only. Stamped on right side: 1/2 pint. Rusted. Faded and chipped label. Hotopp manufactured varnishes and japan dryers. As printed on the label, established 1854.

Image of Can: Four Hour Spar Varnish, Manufactured by Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1920. - Can

Can: Four Hour Spar Varnish, Manufactured by Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1920. - Can

Container: Four Hour Spar Varnish, Manufactured by Hotopp Varnish Co., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1920. Printed metal can, one quart, ca. 6" high x x 4" wide x 2-1/2" deep; with cap.

Image of B+W photo of Public Service Railway trestle on the White Line, southeast from W.S. Rail Road track, Hoboken, November 6,1910. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Public Service Railway trestle on the White Line, southeast from W.S. Rail Road track, Hoboken, November 6,1910. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Public Service Railway trestle on the White Line, southeast from W.S. Rail Road track, Hoboken, November 6,1910. 8" x 10" wide print. Printed label on reverse. Original image is from Ira Deutsch Collection, Negative No. 192, North Jersey Electric Railway Historical Society, Rahway, N.J. The White Line was also known as the Rutherford Line and originally ran to Paterson, New Jersey. It entered Hoboken on First Street and went out of Hoboken along Second Street. The Hotopp Varnish Company which can be seen at the right was at 112 Marshall Street.