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Image of Letter to Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Mayor, Hoboken, from Richard H. Cook, State of N.J, Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury, Feb. 10, 1866, re third quarter family relief accounts.  - Correspondence

Letter to Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Mayor, Hoboken, from Richard H. Cook, State of N.J, Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury, Feb. 10, 1866, re third quarter family relief accounts. - Correspondence

Letter to Frederick B. Ogden, Mayor, City of Hoboken, from Richard H. Cook, State of New Jersey, Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury, Feb. 10, 1866, re third quarter family relief accounts. Single folio, printed lined note paper, 5" x 8", holographic text. With: printed circular from Office of Adjutant General, December 22, 1865. Text is in notes. City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.

Image of Resolution directing opposition to Hudson County subway, Hoboken City Council, March 8, 1911. - Resolution

Resolution directing opposition to Hudson County subway, Hoboken City Council, March 8, 1911. - Resolution

Resolution directing opposition to Hudson County subway, Hoboken City Council, March 8, 1911. Single leaf, typewritten; holographic signatures; inkstamps. Full text is in notes. City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations. Signatures or references to: Gonzales, George Belloff, Louis H. Pflugh, August T. Duffy, Patrick H. Delaney, John J. Ford, Cornelius McGrath, James Fielder, James F.

Image of Notice from Clerk Hudson County re term of Rudolph F. Rabe, member of State Senate for Hudson County will expire; August 5, 1880. - Notice, Legal

Notice from Clerk Hudson County re term of Rudolph F. Rabe, member of State Senate for Hudson County will expire; August 5, 1880. - Notice, Legal

Notice from Clerk of the County, Hudson County, re term of Rudolph F. Rabe, member of State Senate for Hudson County will expire; August 5, 1880. Text is in notes. Printed form with holographic entries; blind embossed seal of Hudson County. Reverse is blank. Note that the form has the printed year of 1877 at the top with "80" overwritten the "77". City of Hoboken document, but no City Clerk file markings.

Image of Announcement & invitation Aug. 4, 1876 to City of Hoboken by N.J. Centennial Comm. to attend reception by Governor Bedle at the State Bldg., Aug. 24, 1876.
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Announcement & invitation Aug. 4, 1876 to City of Hoboken by N.J. Centennial Comm. to attend reception by Governor Bedle at the State Bldg., Aug. 24, 1876. - Invitation

Announcement and invitation August 4, 1876 to City of Hoboken by N.J. Centennial Commission to attend a reception held by Governor Joseph D. Bedle at the State Building, August 24, 1876. Two printed items. The year was the United States Centennial and the event was related to New Jersey Day, August 24 at the Centennial Exposition in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. The "State Building" stated in the printed items was the New Jersey State Building (or Pavillion) on Belmont Avenue at the Exposition. Text is in notes. Abraham Browning of Camden was the speaker listed in the announcement. He is credited for giving New Jersey the nickname the Garden State. According to Alfred Heston's 1926 two-