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Name Hudson Place
Number of Archive records 25.0
Number of Object records 23.0
Number of Library records 3.0
Number of Photo records 75.0

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Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Gonzales in Businesss 50 Years. No source, May 19, 1933. - Clipping, Newspaper

Digital image of newsclipping: Gonzales in Businesss 50 Years. No source, May 19, 1933. - Clipping, Newspaper

Digital image of newsclipping: Gonzales in Businesss 50 Years. No source, May 19, 1933. About celebration for former Mayor George Gonzales, then proprietor of the American Hotel. Background on his life and the hotel. Text is in notes. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image: Statement from Von Ojen & Segelken, Wholesale Grocers, Corner of Hudson Place and River Street, Hoboken, March 2, 1891. - Bill of Sale

Digital image: Statement from Von Ojen & Segelken, Wholesale Grocers, Corner of Hudson Place and River Street, Hoboken, March 2, 1891. - Bill of Sale

Digital image: Statement from Von Ojen & Segelken, Wholesale Grocers, Corner of Hudson Place and River Street, Hoboken, March 2, 1891.

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional & Retail Business Assn. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional and Retail Business Association. Updated and revised version of 1976 edition. Created by the the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, 18-1/2" high x 24" wide, printed both sides, folded to 9-1/4" x 12". Front panel has logo of business association Full interior (reverse) has printed text with 43 numbered and described sites on the the tour (earlier version had 34). A map with key numbers is at center. Text titled "Preservation Hoboken-Style" on one panel is same text with some small deletions. The three photos that appear in this version were taken by Ken Clare: exterior of Our Lady of Gra

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional & Retail Business Assn. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional and Retail Business Association. Updated and revised version of 1976 edition. Created by the the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, 18-1/2" high x 24" wide, printed both sides, folded to 9-1/4" x 12". Front panel has logo of business association Full interior (reverse) has printed text with 43 numbered and described sites on the the tour (earlier version had 34). A map with key numbers is at center. Text titled "Preservation Hoboken-Style" on one panel is same text with some small deletions. The three photos that appear in this version were taken by Ken Clare: exterior of Our Lady of Gra

Image of Document: NJ Transit. Rehabilitation & Redevelopment of the Hoboken Terminal & Yard Complex; Ferry Terminal Rehabilitation Designs; March, 2004. - Documents

Document: NJ Transit. Rehabilitation & Redevelopment of the Hoboken Terminal & Yard Complex; Ferry Terminal Rehabilitation Designs; March, 2004. - Documents

Document: NJ Transit. Rehabilitation and Redevelopment of the Hoboken Terminal and Yard Complex; Ferry Terminal Rehabilitation; 60% Design Submission; Not For Construction. 29 March 2004. Photocopied leaves, 11" x 17" wide, metal post binding with clear front cover; black plastic back cover. 294 leaves imaged one side only. Prepared by: STV Incorporated, N.Y.; Architects: Beyer Blinder Belle, N.Y. Imaged: G.00 Cover G.01 drawing list.

Image of Drawing: N.J. Transit Hoboken Railyard. Aerial Photograph, Date Flown April 28, 1947. - Drawing

Drawing: N.J. Transit Hoboken Railyard. Aerial Photograph, Date Flown April 28, 1947. - Drawing

Drawing: N.J. Transit Hoboken Railyard. Aerial Photograph, Date Flown 4/28/47. Prepared by Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, 3/8/94. Scale: 1" = 200'. Sheet 24" x 36" (folded as received); printed photo image 16" x 21". PDF on file. The Erie Lackawanna Railroad and Ferry terminal area is outlined. Adjacent streets and the river are labeled along with the Long Slip Canal. The photographer or source company of the original is not indicated.

Image of Plans for the Ferry Houses of the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., Hoboken, N.J, 1883. - Drawing, Architectural

Plans for the Ferry Houses of the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., Hoboken, N.J, 1883. - Drawing, Architectural

Plans for the Ferry Houses of the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., Hoboken, N.J as they appeared in American Architect & Building News, Feb. 3, 1883, Issue no. 371. Single plate removed from the issue, 12-9/16" wide x 17" high (double plate as bound would have had height as 12-9/16" high; gutter fold crease at center where original binding stub was attached.) See related for a plate with details, archives 2008.012.0060. The architect was H. Edwards-Fickens, 19 West 22nd St., N.Y. (His name is more commonly indexed as H. Edward Fickens without the hyphen as seen on the plate.) The plate has three sections. Top is a color rendering "Shore front" of the western facade of the "Ferry-Ho

Image of Details of Hoboken Land & Improvement Co's. Ferry Buildings, Hoboken, N.J, 1883. - Drawing, Architectural

Details of Hoboken Land & Improvement Co's. Ferry Buildings, Hoboken, N.J, 1883. - Drawing, Architectural

Details of Hoboken Land & Improvement Co's. Ferry Buildings, (Hoboken, N.J) as they appeared in American Architect & Building News, Feb. 3, 1883, Issue no. 371. Single plate, no page or plate number, 12-9/16" high x 8-15/16" high; horizontal crease at center. Not stated but the architect was H. Edwards-Fickens, 19 West 22nd St., N.Y. (His name is more commonly indexed as H. Edward Fickens without the hyphen as seen on the plate.) See archives 2008.012.0001 for a double plate from the same issue with the site plan and rendering with the architect's name. Details listed on plate: Elevation of Gable's on River Front Ice Water Stand Bracket carryiung overhanging Truss over Ferry Bridge

Image of Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell, no date, circa 1890-1900; mounted on leaf with 1990's caption by Jim Hans detailing Russell's relationship to Hoboken. Print 6-3/8" x 9" high; source of image not indicated, but apparently a later printing of a late 19th century painting of Russell. It appears only to illustrate the caption and was not intended to depict her as she may have appeared in Hoboken. Printed caption by Hans: Lillian Russell, the world famous actress and singer during the later part of the 19th and early 20th Century, was married in Hoboken in 1885. She was married, again in Hoboken in 1894, in a house on Garden Street (between 5th and 6th Streets). For many years

Image of Menu: Duke's Restaurant [Duke's House]. Bill of Fare. Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1895-1912. - Menu

Menu: Duke's Restaurant [Duke's House]. Bill of Fare. Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1895-1912. - Menu

Menu: Duke's Restaurant. Bill of Fare. Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1895-1912. Single folio, 6-3/16" wide x 9-5/8" high, [4] pp. Paper weight is circa a bond or light weight text. Duke's Restaurant was at Duke's House, corner of Newark St. and Hudson Place (facing Lackawannna Plaza) which was a "cafe/restaurant" of the proprietor Martin Daab, Jr. as stated in the January 1909 "Hoboken Illustrated" (New York Dawn, Special Edition; archives 2005.024.0002) where it also noted that it had been a landmark for "over 30 years." Thus this restaurant was founded in the 1870s. Aspects of it could be considered as a bar or saloon. The food is generally typical of the era and probably on the plain

Image of Menu. A Happy New Year 1917. Duke's House, Hoboken, N.J. - Menu

Menu. A Happy New Year 1917. Duke's House, Hoboken, N.J. - Menu

Menu. A Happy New Year 1917. Duke's House, Hoboken, N.J. Probably December 31, 1917. Single folio, printed and embossed cardstock, 4-5/16" wide x 6-1/2" high. The menu does not state "New Year's Eve", so the question could be: was this menu for December 31, 1916 or 1917 or even for January 1, 1917? The text printed inside "Let's hail with mirth the New Year's birth* [sic] -- When The Lights Got Out!" suggests a New Year's Eve and the menu itself which seems rather spare would suggest the end of 1917. That would have been the end of the first calendar year that the United States was part of World War I. The fact that the area of Hoboken where the restaurant was located was virtually a part

Image of Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, canary colored paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides; folded to 12" wide by 4-3/4" high. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. Two copies. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 was the U.S. Bicentennial and this Hobok

Image of Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Poster

Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Poster

Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, white paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 was the U.S. Bicentennial and this Hoboken tour guide was typical of community

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, canary colored paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides; folded to 12" wide by 4-3/4" high. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. See archives 2012.016.0002 for additional copies. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 wa

Image of Article: The Two-Story Street Railway Terminal of the Public Service Railway, Hoboken, N.J. Engineering News, Vol. 63. No. 16, April 21, 1910. - Article

Article: The Two-Story Street Railway Terminal of the Public Service Railway, Hoboken, N.J. Engineering News, Vol. 63. No. 16, April 21, 1910. - Article

Article: The Two-Story Street Railway Terminal of the Public Service Railway, Hoboken, N.J. Published in Engineering News, Vol. 63. No. 16, April 21, 1910, pp. 472-475. Full text is in notes. ---- Drawings and one photo illustration are listed below (all are shown in this record in enhanced detail.) ==== Page 472 Ground Plan. FIG. 1. GROUND AND SECOND FLOOR PLANS OF THE HOBOKEN TERMINAL OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE RY. ==== Page 473 illustrations ---- FIG. 2. SECTION THROUGH STREET RAILWAY TERMINAL STATION, HOBOKEN, N. J. ---- Sections showing Column Grillages ---- Plan of Steel Framing of East End of Second Floor. (Columns numbered the same on this and on foundat

Poster: Hoboken Festival Nine. New Jersey's Premiere Public Transit Expo. Oct. 7, 1989. - Poster

Poster: Hoboken Festival Nine. New Jersey's Premiere Public Transit Expo. Saturday, October 7, 1989 - 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Printed paper, 21" wide x 33" high. Sponsored by NJ Transit and the City of Hoboken. Central artwork depicts a scene of an outdoor cafe at the intersection of Hudson St. and Observer Highway. It is a fantasy view by the artist Kathy Spina. A free public event held on the passenger platforms in Hoboken (Lackawanna) Terminal and in the adjacent Erie Lackawanna Plaza and Hudson Place. Trains, old and new, were featured along with displays of buses, some vintage and some new models.

Image of Redevelopment Study for the Hoboken Terminal & Yard of the City of Hoboken. Hoboken Planning Board. 2006. - Report

Redevelopment Study for the Hoboken Terminal & Yard of the City of Hoboken. Hoboken Planning Board. 2006. - Report

Redevelopment Study for the Hoboken Terminal & Yard of the City of Hoboken. Prepared for the City of Hoboken Planning Board Phillips Preiss Shapiro Associates, Inc. Planning & Real Estate Consultants November 2006. Digital reference record for this 56 page study; maps, diagrams; photographs. PDF format only on file; selected text by OCR is in notes.

Image of Postcard: Hoboken Ferry After the Fire Aug. 7, 1905. Postmarked Philadelphia, March 20, 1906. - Postcard

Postcard: Hoboken Ferry After the Fire Aug. 7, 1905. Postmarked Philadelphia, March 20, 1906. - Postcard

Postcard: Hoboken Ferry After the Fire Aug. 7, 1905. Postmarked Philadelphia, March 20, 1906. Printed cardstock, 3-1/2" x 5-1/2" wide. No publisher or stock number. Titled on front below image as above with sender's ink notation in right border: Mr. & Mrs. J. Blick 3/18/06 View is east from Hudson Place of temporary ferry slip. Ruins of Duke's House is at the left. The view is the same as another postcard (2006.034.0697) which has a slightly different title: Entrance to Hoboken Ferry After Fire, 8-7-'05

Image of Public Service Transportation Guide, Showing Fare, Time, Route Numbers. Jersey City & Hudson Division. Cpyrt 1938 P.S.C.T. - Brochure

Public Service Transportation Guide, Showing Fare, Time, Route Numbers. Jersey City & Hudson Division. Cpyrt 1938 P.S.C.T. - Brochure

Public Service Transportation Guide, Showing Fare, Time, Route Numbers. Jersey City and Hudson Division. Copyright 1938 Public Service Coordinated Transport. Printed heavyweight paper; color printing, 6-3/16" high x 5-3/8" wide folded to 2-11/16" wide; [4] pp. See notes for text of outside panels regarding route numbers and destinations. A transit guide for buses and streetcars (trolleys) in Hudson County. It also shows connections to New York including the Hudson Tubes (Hudson & Manhattan Railroad), ferries and the Holland & Lincoln Tunnels plus direction to George Washington Bridge. Hoboken was home to the Hudson Place Terminal. Issued March 1938. Map side states: Public Service Ne

Image of Direct Bus Service via Lincoln Tunnel From... To Public Service Times Square Terminal. Issued spring to summer 1939. - Brochure

Direct Bus Service via Lincoln Tunnel From... To Public Service Times Square Terminal. Issued spring to summer 1939. - Brochure

Direct Bus Service via Lincoln Tunnel From Fairview, Union City, North Bergen, Weehawken, Guttenberg, Hoboken, West New York, Secaucus To Public Service Times Square Terminal, 260 W. 42nd St., New York City Between 7th and 8th Avenues. Issued by Public Service Coordinated Transport. No date, circa spring-summer 1939. Printed coverweight light green paper printed in blue ink, 6" high x 12-7/16" wide folded to 3-1/8" wide. A transit guide for seven routes that serviced Hudson County and went to New York City. Detail map of location of New York terminal on 42nd St. Hoboken buses, route 62 and route 63 are listed. Fare was twenty cents from Hoboken. One panel promotes going to the Wo