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Name Multi-Service Community Center
Details 124-130 Grand St.
Number of Archive records 1
Number of Object records 1
Number of Library records 0
Number of Photo records 4

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Image of Brochure: City of Hoboken. Community Development Agency. Neighborhood Preservation Program. N.d., ca.1975-1976. - Brochure

Brochure: City of Hoboken. Community Development Agency. Neighborhood Preservation Program. N.d., ca.1975-1976. - Brochure

City of Hoboken. Community Development Agency. Neighborhood Preservation Program. No date, circa 1975-1976. Printed paper brochure, 8-1/2 high x 17" wide folded to 4" wide. Full text is in notes. The Hoboken Municipal Home Improvement Project was established in March, 1972. While publication is undated, text refers to planned goals for 1976. Text on front panel as folded: NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION PROGRAM FOR * HOMEOWNERS 3% Home Improvement Loans * OWNERS OF MULTI-FAMILY DWELLINGS 6% Rehabilitation Loans Architectural Models and Design Standards The Neighborhood Preservation Program is planned to assist homeowners in improving their properties and their neighborhood

Image of Poster for the Fourth Annual Hoboken King & Queen Children's Pageant, Hoboken, 1978. - Poster

Poster for the Fourth Annual Hoboken King & Queen Children's Pageant, Hoboken, 1978. - Poster

Poster: City of Hoboken presents the Fourth Annual Hoboken King & Queen Children's Pageant, Hoboken, May 21, 1978. Printed cardstock, 13-1/2" wide x 19-1/2" high. Sponsored by the Hoboken Community Development Agency. Held had the Hoboken Community Multi-Service Center, 123-130 Grand St. Depicted in a photo at center are the King and Queen from 1977 wearing their robes, sashes and crowns: Tara Ann Pascale and Marc Daniel Taglieri. Mayor Steve J. Cappiello, Honorary Chairman. Maurice Fitzgibbons, Executive Director. Special Guest Star, Mary D' Arcy, Miss New Jersey. To see winners and other photos of this pageant, see archives 2006.006.0001, which is a program from the Fifth Annua

Image of Reference images of 2 printed photo images of Multi-Service Community Center from pg 24 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Reference images of 2 printed photo images of Multi-Service Community Center from pg 24 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Reference images of 2 printed photo images of the Multi-Service Community Center of Hoboken from pg 24 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1975. Photos taken by Caroline Carlson Redden. See related. Image 1, top image is the exterior of the building. Newly-constructed, it was at Second and Grand Sts. Image 2, two boys, not identified, at play with the building in the background.

Image of Reference images of 7 printed photo images of Multi-Service Community Center from pgs 25-27 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Reference images of 7 printed photo images of Multi-Service Community Center from pgs 25-27 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1975. - Print, Photographic

Reference images of 7 printed photo images of activities at the Multi-Service Community Center of Hoboken from pgs 25-27 of archives catalog 2002.026.0002, Hoboken, ca. 1974-75. Photos taken by Caroline Carlson Redden except for image 2 as noted below. See related. Newly-constructed, it was at Second and Grand Sts. Image 2: performer with guitar seated on stool. Photo by James Solensky as credited on pg. 36.

Image of Color photos, 5, of flooding from Hurricane Sandy on 1st St., Adams to Grand Sts., Hoboken, Oct. 30, 2012. - Print, Photographic

Color photos, 5, of flooding from Hurricane Sandy on 1st St., Adams to Grand Sts., Hoboken, Oct. 30, 2012. - Print, Photographic

Color photographs, five, of flooding from Hurricane Sandy on First Street between Adams and Grand Streets, Hoboken, October 30, 2012. 8-1/2" x 11" inkjet prints, orientation varies. Photographs taken by Michael A. Melendez. Reverse of each has holographic notes by photographer with date. All shots are elevated views apparently taken from an apartment window, probably at 403 First St. No people are identified. Photo 1: view northwest of the intersection of First and Adams Streets. At center is a payloader; two National Guard trucks on the street. The building at the top center (northwest corner of Adams and First) is 450 First St. Photo 2: same direction, but a closer view of the