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Name Hudson Trust Company
Details Chartered in 1890. Newark & Hudson Streets; Fourteenth and Washington Streets.
Number of Archive records 8
Number of Object records 5
Number of Photo records 8

Associated Records

Image of Brochure issued by the Hudson Trust Company about Hoboken history mural painted for bank. No date, circa 1941-1952. - Brochure

Brochure issued by the Hudson Trust Company about Hoboken history mural painted for bank. No date, circa 1941-1952. - Brochure

Brochure issued by the Hudson Trust Company about Hoboken history mural painted for bank. No date, circa 1941-1952. Single folio, 7" high x 10" wide, [4] pp., printed in black and white. The brochure is about a mural commissioned by the bank for its headquarters at Newark and Hudson Streets, Hoboken. It was probably done on the occasion of its fiftieth,1940, or sixtieth anniversary, 1950 (chartered in 1890; issue dates suggested by the listed name of Clarence G. Meeks as President which he became on Jan. 14, 1941 and an acknowledgement to Nina Hatfield, Librarian, Hoboken Public Library from 1921-1952.) Apparently located in a public space. Bank no longer in business. Site is no longer

Image of Caricature of Palmer Campbell, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Palmer Campbell, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Palmer Campbell, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. Being leaf [16] as found in album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. See this entry for full description of work. See related. He is depicted in his office at the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. [1 Newark St.] pointing to a document on his desk, Park Plans for Hoboken. On the floor next to the deak are volumes titled: Hoboken Shore R.R. [Railroad]; First National Bank; Hoboken Trust Co. Sitting on top of them is a rolled document, Sewerage Plans. A ghostly figure of man in formal wear looks on his left.

Image of Caricature of Charles Fall, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Charles Fall, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. From album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. - Print

Caricature of Charles Fall, [Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1907-1916]. Being leaf [25] as found in album, "Just for Fun"; archives catalogue 2005.018.0001. See this entry for full description of work. See related. Fall, an architect (who did several buildings in Hoboken) is seated on his drafting board with drawings of several building around him. Some books are labeled: Fall Realty Co.; Lehigh Coal and Supply Co.; Hudson Trust Co. (of which he was president.) In the far background is a scene of classical art and architecture.

Image of Newsclipping: published obituary of Allan W. Moore, Hoboken, no newspaper named or date, ca. Apr. 11, 1919. - Documents

Newsclipping: published obituary of Allan W. Moore, Hoboken, no newspaper named or date, ca. Apr. 11, 1919. - Documents

Newsclipping: published obituary of Allan W. Moore, 1227 Garden St., Hoboken, no newspaper named or date, probably April 11, 1919. (Date determined from the identified Wednesday morning funeral mass and interment as below and condolences postmarked no earlier than April 15, 1919.) Includes photo of Moore. Text is transcribed in notes. "Counselor Moore passed away at 11 o'clock yesterday morning [April 10th] after he had fought hard to overcome an attack of double pneumonia. Funeral services will be held to-morrow night [April 12th] at 8 o'clock at his late home, and will be participated in by members of Hoboken Lodge No. 74. B.P.O. Elks, of which he was a prominent member. The funeral will

Image of Christmas Club ornament, Hudson Trust Co., Hoboken et al, n.d., ca. 1950-1965. - Ornament, Christmas Tree

Christmas Club ornament, Hudson Trust Co., Hoboken et al, n.d., ca. 1950-1965. - Ornament, Christmas Tree

Die-cut Christmas Club promotional card from Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken and other locations, to be used as tree ornament, no date, circa 1950-1965. Die-cut cardstock in shape of Santa Claus, 6-1/2" highx3-1/2" wide, with lithographed image on front; advertising text on the back; hole at top for hanger.

Image of Ledgers: Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, N.J., trust accounts, 13 vol., various years 1908-1925.  - Ledger

Ledgers: Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, N.J., trust accounts, 13 vol., various years 1908-1925. - Ledger

Account books of the Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, N.J., 13 volumes, various years 1908-1925. Canvas cloth covered boards with leather tips; imprinted spines (as listed below), ca. 20-3/4" wide x 21-1/2" high x 4 to 4-1/2" thick. Ca. 450 pages (see notes about arrangement). NOTE: weight of each volume is estimated at 40 pounds. Condition is generally good with water damage and detached spine for first volume. Apparently for trust accounts. Only years 1920-1921 and 1924-1925 are complete in this accession for the period covered with both volumes present. Volumes in accession 2011.016 (record 2011.016.0001) complete 8 ledgers here to create a complete year for a ledger number. Notes of

Ledgers: Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, N.J., trust accounts, 8 vol., various years 1908-1922. - Ledger

Account books of the Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, N.J., 8 volumes, various years 1908-1922. Canvas cloth covered boards with leather tips; imprinted spines (as listed below), ca. 20-3/4" wide x 21-1/2" high x 4 to 4-1/2" thick. Ca. 450 pages (see notes about arrangement). NOTE: weight of each volume is estimated at 40 pounds. Condition is generally good. Apparently for trust accounts. These volumes complement those in accession 2011.016 (record 2011.016.0001) to provide a complete year for a ledger number for an additional eight years. Notes are below of the corresponding volumes. No transcription has been done. While they are not indexed, the accounts are listed alphabetically by mo

Image of Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann, no date (circa 1902-1905). Sole Depot: J.A. Lischke's, Book and Stationery Store, 93 River Street, near Hamburger Piers, Hoboken, N. J. The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Copyright by A. Wittemann, Publisher of American Views. 250 Adams St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Album cover: Red grained paper boards, 5-3/8" high x 7-1/4" wide; stab binding with cord tie; cover titled in silver gilt: Souvenir of Hoboken. Contents: title leaf plus 28 leaves of collotype photogravures with titling; unpaginated; all leaves 5" x 7-1/8" wide except last leaf (panoramic fold-out view), 13-1/2" wide. PDF on file.

Image of Personal telephone directory issued by Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, 1947. - Directory, Telephone

Personal telephone directory issued by Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, 1947. - Directory, Telephone

Personal telephone directory issued by bank, Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken, 1947. Plastic comb binding with blue card stock covers; die-cut address pages; 5" wide x 6-1/4" high. First page is "Your Guide to Better Shopping" which is a list of the advertisers and their page location. Bank had two locations in Hoboken: Newark and Hudson Streets; Washington and 14th Streets.

Image of Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1908. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1908. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1908. No. 1208. Published by Photo and Art Postal Card Company, New-York. Made in Germany. View is to the southwest of the corner of Newark and Hudson Streets. Address was 84 Hudson and 51 Newark Streets.

Image of Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Company Building, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked 1914. Stock no.: 553. Published by L. Stern, New York. Made in Germany. View is to the southwest of the corner of Newark and Hudson Streets. Address was 84 Hudson and 51 Newark Streets.

Image of Postcard: Hudson Trust Co. Building, Hoboken, N.J. Dated on back 1911. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Co. Building, Hoboken, N.J. Dated on back 1911. - Postcard

Postcard: Hudson Trust Co. Building, Hoboken, N.J. Dated on back 1911. Undivided back. 3-1/2" x 5-7/16" high. Published by the Illustrated Postal Card Co., New York - Germany. Stock number 22.-8. View of the bank on the southwest corner of Newark and Hudson Streets.

Image of Ornament, 3: Die-cut bank Christmas Club promotional cards intended as tree ornaments, Hoboken et al, n.d., ca. 1950-1965. - Ornament, Christmas Tree

Ornament, 3: Die-cut bank Christmas Club promotional cards intended as tree ornaments, Hoboken et al, n.d., ca. 1950-1965. - Ornament, Christmas Tree

Three die-cut Christmas Club promotional cards from banks with program advertisement on back; intended to be used as a Christmas tree ornament, Hoboken et al, no date, circa 1950-1965. Die-cut cardstock in shape of Santa Claus with color printed image (all are different) on front; advertising text on the back; hole at top for hanger. Sizes range from 6 - 6-5/8" high and from 3 - 4" wide. 1. Haven Savings & Loan Association, 41 Newark St., Hoboken 2. Hudson Trust Company, Hoboken and other locations 3. The Trust Company of New Jersey, Hoboken and other locations. This item has tabs at the bottom for it to also stand. Numbers 2 & 3 were most likely from Hoboken branches of these ba

Image of B+W photo of a railroad bridge with painted sign at Jersey & Hoboken Aves., Jersey City, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-72). - Print, photographic

B+W photo of a railroad bridge with painted sign at Jersey & Hoboken Aves., Jersey City, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-72). - Print, photographic

Black-and-white photo of a railroad bridge with painted bank sign at Jersey & Hoboken Aves., Jersey City, N.J., no date (ca. 1968-72). Photo was probably taken by William Tremper. 8-5/16" high x 12-5/16" wide image on 11" x 14" paper. Reverse has holographic pencil notation; see image. The view is looking north on Jersey Ave. (Hoboken Ave. is under the bridge itself; it becomes Newark St. leading to Observer Highway. The street at the right is 18th St. in Jersey City.) The bridge leads out of the Hoboken Erie Lackawanna Train Terminal (now NJ Transit)) going to the Bergen Tunnels. It is just a few hundred feet outside the city limits, but it is a common landmark for Hoboken residents. No

Image of Color photo of a view from River Street up Newark Street with the Clam Broth House at the right, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of a view from River Street up Newark Street with the Clam Broth House at the right, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of a view from River Street up Newark Street with the Clam Broth House at the right, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1975. 8" x 10" wide print. Photographer is unknown. The view is looking west on River St. The Hudson Trust Company building, 51 Newark St., at the southwest corner of Hudson and Newark Streets can be seen.

Image of Color photo of Hudson United Bank, corner of Hudson & Newark Sts., Hoboken, September 24, 1989. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of Hudson United Bank, corner of Hudson & Newark Sts., Hoboken, September 24, 1989. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of Hudson United Bank, corner of Hudson & Newark Sts., Hoboken, September 24, 1989. 3-3/4" x 4" wide print. Reverse has photographer's copyright stamp and a date stamp. Photograph by Jean-Paul Picard. The view is looking southwest. This building was originally The Hudson Trust Company building. Original print trimmed from 4" high and date on right trimmed off.

Image of Printed B+W photograph of Hudson Trust Company, 84 Hudson St., Hoboken, no date ca. 1900. - Print, Photographic

Printed B+W photograph of Hudson Trust Company, 84 Hudson St., Hoboken, no date ca. 1900. - Print, Photographic

Printed black-and-white photograph of Hudson Trust Company, 84 Hudson Street, southwest corner of Newark and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, no date ca. 1900. As published on page 7 of "Hoboken Illustrated", 1909. See primary record in library catalog, 2005.024.0002. Page 7 is a full-page article about the bank's history (founded 1890) plus names of present officers and directors. Not credited, but photograph was possibly taken by Ernst F. Walter of Hoboken. See primary record and related.

Image of Printed B+W photograph of First National Bank, Hoboken, no date ca. 1900. - Print, Photographic

Printed B+W photograph of First National Bank, Hoboken, no date ca. 1900. - Print, Photographic

Printed black-and-white photograph of First National Bank, southeast corner of Newark and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, no date ca. 1900-1908. As published on page 9 of "Hoboken Illustrated", 1909. See primary record in library catalog, 2005.024.0002. Not credited, but photograph was possibly taken by Ernst F. Walter of Hoboken. See primary record and related.

Image of Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred DeSapio receiving check from Charles Regiban (sic - probably Kaegebehn), Hoboken, no date, ca. 1947-49. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred DeSapio receiving check from Charles Regiban (sic - probably Kaegebehn), Hoboken, no date, ca. 1947-49. - Print, Photographic

Digital image of b+w photo of Mayor Fred DeSapio receiving a check from Charles Regiban (sic) [probably Kaegebehn] (right) , Hoboken, no date, ca. 1947-49. Original print 8" x 10" high. Photographed by Bill McCallister for newspaper, Hudson Dispatch. Regiban may be misidentified. It is likely it was Charles F. Kaegebehn (see photo detail in archives catalog 2005.079.0005). The front has the word "Duke" at the bottom written in holographic script with a black grease pencil. Reverse has the photographer's ink stamp plus contemporary pencil remark: Ret to Mayor Fred DeSapio c/o City Hall Hoboken. Also modern holographic ink identification by Dr. Gerard DeSapio: Charles Regiban (on right)

Image of B+W photo of John J. Grogan (left) with two army ambulances donated by Local 15 Shipyard Workers, CIO, Hoboken, ca. Jan. - Feb. 1944. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of John J. Grogan (left) with two army ambulances donated by Local 15 Shipyard Workers, CIO, Hoboken, ca. Jan. - Feb. 1944. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of John J. Grogan (left) with two ambulances donated by Local 15 Shipyard Workers, CIO, to World War II effort, Hoboken, circa January - February 1944. 8" x 10" wide print. Reverse is blank. View is northwest on Fourteenth Street just east of Washington Street. Grogan is in U.S. Army military uniform. The man with him is not identified. On the building to the right, Paramount Cafeteria, is a sign for "Annual Dance, Hudson County Industrial Union Council, CIO, to be held at Union Club, 600 Hudson St., Hoboken, Sat Eve'g Feb. 12, 1944." Lower right corner of sign has signature: John J. Grogan. Not determined if Shipyard Workers Local 15 represented employees at