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Name Knights of Columbus
Details Hoboken Council No. 159. Clubhouse: 1930s - 1960s: 716 Hudson St., Hoboken.
Number of Archive records 3
Number of Object records 1
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 6

Associated Records

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Has Three Memorials to Soldiers, One for Firemen. Hudson Dispatch, July 1932. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Has Three Memorials to Soldiers, One for Firemen. Hudson Dispatch, July 1932. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Hoboken Has Three Memorials to Soldiers, One for Firemen; Civil War Monument Erected in 1888; Firemen's Shaft in 1891 - World War Twice Commemorated. Hudson Dispatch, July 1932. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Newsletter: Hoboken Knight, Council No. 159 Knights of Columbus, Hoboken, 9 issues, 1967-1971. - Newsletter

Newsletter: Hoboken Knight, Council No. 159 Knights of Columbus, Hoboken, 9 issues, 1967-1971. - Newsletter

The Hoboken Knight. Issued Monthly by Hoboken Council No. 159, Knights of Columbus. Monthly newsletter, nine issues, 1967-1971. Booklet, 6" x 9" high, varying from 16 to 24 pages. Item 1, Feb. 1967, is imaged in full as typical. 1. February 1967, Vol. 47 Number 2 2. January 1969, Vol. 50, No. 1 3. July 1969, Vol. 50, No. 7 4. September 1969, Vol 50, No. 9 5. January 1970, Vol. 51, No. 1; 3 copies 6. February 1970, Vol. 51, No. 2 7. March 1970, Vol. 51, No. 3 8. December 1970, Vol 51, No. 11 9. February 1971, Vol. 52, No. 2 (75th Anniversary year) Clubhouse was listed as: 716 Hudson St., Hoboken.

Image of Invitation: First Solemn Mass by the Rev. Thomas G. Smith, Church of Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken, May 6, 1945. - Invitation

Invitation: First Solemn Mass by the Rev. Thomas G. Smith, Church of Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken, May 6, 1945. - Invitation

Invitation to First Solemn Mass offered by the Reverend Thomas G. Smith, Sunday, May 6, 1945, at Church of Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken, New Jersey. With: original envelope; 3 remembrances of his ordination on May 5, 1945. Invitation was sent to the Misses Florence and Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield St., Hoboken from the Immaculate Conception Seminary, Darlington, N.J. Postmarked April 20. Smith was ordained on Saturday, May 5, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Newark. It also noted a reception at the O.L.G. School Hall followed by one at the Knights of Columbus Building. Another Solemn Mass was listed for May 13th at Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Hoboken, with a reception in the Communit

Image of Entry ticket for Minstrel - 59, Presented by St. Francis C.Y.O., at Brandt School, Hoboken, Dec., 1959. - Ticket

Entry ticket for Minstrel - 59, Presented by St. Francis C.Y.O., at Brandt School, Hoboken, Dec., 1959. - Ticket

Entry ticket for Minstrel - 59, Presented by St. Francis Catholic Youth Organization, Sponsored by Hoboken Council No. 159, Knights of Columbus at Joseph F. Brandt School, Hoboken, Dec. 4, 5 & 6, 1959. Benefit for combined building funds. Music by Rudy Agresta & Orchestra. Ticket number 1634.

Image of Modern Day Knight, A. - Book

Modern Day Knight, A. - Book

A Modern Day Knight. by James A. Gabriele. [n.p.: self published, 2013]. 1st thus. 8vo softcover. pp. 154, photo illustrated. Per author: Published September 15, 2013. Description by author at sales site (Amazon): An autobiography of my life and my history, lifetime accomplishments, and the struggles and perseverance necessary for the building of Columbian Towers and Columbian Arms. (See notes for a 2013 press release.)

Image of B+W 10" x 20" group photo of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council 159, 60th Anniversary Dinner, Union Club, Hoboken, April 21, 1956. - Print, Photographic

B+W 10" x 20" group photo of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council 159, 60th Anniversary Dinner, Union Club, Hoboken, April 21, 1956. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white 10" x 20" group photo of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council No. 159, 60th Anniversary Dinner and Dance, Union Club, Hoboken, April 21, 1956. None of the attendees are identified. It is presumed the donor's father, Carmine Pino, Jr., is among the attendees. The caption is in the image. The reverse is blank. Photo credit in image at lower right: Gramercy Commercial Photo [Photographers Co.], 53 St. Marks Place, New York City.

Image of Sepia-tone panoramic group photo of the Annual Outing of the Hoboken Knights of Columbus at "Alps Castle," September 14, 1941. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone panoramic group photo of the Annual Outing of the Hoboken Knights of Columbus at "Alps Castle," September 14, 1941. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone panoramic group photo of the Annual Outing of the Hoboken Knights of Columbus at "Alps Castle," September 14, 1941. 12" x 20" wide print. Photograph by Paris'en, Photo Arts Studio, 449 Market St., Paterson, N.J. Reverse is blank. Captioned in image. This photo was probably taken in Paterson or vicinity. Water damage, soiled, some tears.

Image of B+W photo of a ribbon cutting at K of C housing, Bloomfield St., Hoboken, n.d, ca. 1983-1988. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of a ribbon cutting at K of C housing, Bloomfield St., Hoboken, n.d, ca. 1983-1988. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of a ribbon cutting at Knights of Columbus housing, Bloomfield between Observer Highway and Newark St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1983-1988. 5" x 7" wide print. Photograph taken by Steve Rubin (initials "S. R." on back.) Captioned on back: Ribbon cutting. Other markings on back "6", "83", "L.L.25.5" probably indicating its mark-up for use in a publication; crop marks on front. Only three men are identified at present; see below. Second from left: State Senator Frank Guarini; third man from the left is Joe Barry, head of the Applied Company. Man at the right is identified from the badge he is wearing. The badge reads "Thomas C. Miele, Faithful Navigator, Assembly [not

Image of B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 40th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, 1936. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 40th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, 1936. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council No. 159, headquarters decorated for fortieth anniversary, 716 Hudson Street, Hoboken, 1936. 8" x10" high copy print; mounted on paper with Jim Hans caption on mount. Photographer not indicated, but probably George Kirchgessner of United Decorating Company, Hoboken. Reverse of print has inkstamp of United Decorating. View is northwest. The caption notes that this building was the former Dieckmann Estate. The bunting was installed by United Decorating, 421 Washington St. and they often documented their work.

Image of B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 40th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, Apr. 1936. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 40th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, Apr. 1936. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council No. 159, headquarters decorated for fortieth anniversary, 716 Hudson Street, Hoboken, April 1936. 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" high print. Photographer not indicated, but probably George Kirchgessner of United Decorating Company, Hoboken. Reverse of print has inkstamp of United Decorating plus other notations. View is northwest. The building was the former Dieckmann Estate. The bunting was installed by United Decorating, 421 Washington St. and they often documented their work.

Image of B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 60th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, Apr. 16, 1956. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Knights of Columbus clubhouse decorated for 60th anniversary, 716 Hudson St., Hoboken, Apr. 16, 1956. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photograph of Knights of Columbus, Hoboken Council No. 159, headquarters decorated for sixtieth anniversary, 716 Hudson Street, Hoboken, April 13, 1956. 3-1/2" square print. Photographer not indicated, but probably George Kirchgessner of United Decorating Company, Hoboken. Reverse of print has United Decorating notations. View is west. The building was the former Dieckmann Estate. The bunting was installed by United Decorating, 421 Washington St. and they often documented their work.