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Name Odd Fellows Hall
Details Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Odd Fellows' Hall, Hoboken. 172-174 Washington (old numbers); later 412 - 414 Washington St.; final address: 227 Washington St.
Number of Archive records 32.0
Number of Object records 11.0
Number of Library records 5.0
Number of Photo records 11.0

Associated Records

Image of Clipped newpaper death notice for John F. Henry, October 17, 1913. - Newspaper

Clipped newpaper death notice for John F. Henry, October 17, 1913. - Newspaper

Clipped newpaper death notice for John F. Henry, October 17, 1913. Newspaper not identified. Below is a 'Summons' for the Hoboken Aerie, No. 603, Fraternal Order of Eagles to assemble "for the purpose of performing the ritualistic services of the order over his remains." James Kelly, Worthy President issued the summons. Also includes a death notice for a William B. Guinan of 122 Madison St., Hoboken.

Image of Booklet: United Decorating Co., 1899-1997. Exhibition by Hoboken Historical Museum, City Hall, Hoboken, 1997. - Pamphlet

Booklet: United Decorating Co., 1899-1997. Exhibition by Hoboken Historical Museum, City Hall, Hoboken, 1997. - Pamphlet

Booklet: United Decorating Co., 1899-1997. "Decorations for All Occasions." 98 Years of Parades, Funerals, Grand Openings, & Masquerade Balls. An exhibition by the Hoboken Historical Museum, Sponsored by the New Jersey Historical Commission, City Hall, Hoboken, June 27,1997. Pamphlet, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, 16 pp plus cover, illustrated. 4 copies. PDF on file. Full text is in notes. The story of the company founded by Robert Kirchgessner and operated by the Kirchgessner family for the last century. George and Dolores Kirchgessner were still operating the business at the time of this exhibit's opening. Dolores died in 2000 and George passed away in 2001. Their children have continue

Image of Digital image of postcard posted in Hoboken to addressee at Odd Fellows Hall, 172-174 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1910. - Postcard

Digital image of postcard posted in Hoboken to addressee at Odd Fellows Hall, 172-174 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1910. - Postcard

Digital image of postcard posted in Hoboken to addressee at Odd Fellows Hall, 172-174 Washington St., Hoboken, no date, ca. 1900-1910. 3" high x 5-1/8" wide. All text in pencil, German, not translated.

Image of Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for Sewer in Bloomfield Street, December 31, 1859. Bill to W. Lefman for Lot no. 19, Block No. 8. William R. Harrison was Collector of Assessments. City Clerk's Office was at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Washington Street.

Image of Handbill: Second Annual Song & Dance Review Tendered by the Friendly Boys, Odd Fellows' Hall, 227 Washington St., Hoboken, Jan. 12, 1935. - Handbill

Handbill: Second Annual Song & Dance Review Tendered by the Friendly Boys, Odd Fellows' Hall, 227 Washington St., Hoboken, Jan. 12, 1935. - Handbill

Handbill: Second Annual Song and Dance Review Tendered by the Friendly Boys; to be held at Odd Fellows' Hall, 227 Washington St., Hoboken, Saturday Eve., January 12, 1935. Digital image only of a photocopy. Young Petie Mack, President; Pete Turso, Vice-President; Whitey Jurgensen, Secretary; Tony La Brush, Treasurer. Music by Eddie Nolons Radio's Musical Boys; Tony Canzoneri as Master of Ceremonies.

Image of Invitation from Martin Cooke Association Common Council to Annual Ball, 1902. - Letter

Invitation from Martin Cooke Association Common Council to Annual Ball, 1902. - Letter

Invitation from Martin Cooke Association, 351 Fourth St., Hoboken to [City of Hoboken] Board Common Council to Annual Ball to be held at Odd Fellows Hall, November 1, 1902. City of Hoboken, City Clerk file copy. Martin Cooke Association was founded March 27, 1899 as stated on letterhead. Cooke was Hoboken Mayor 1912-1915.

Image of Invitation from the Hoboken Quartett-Club to the Mayor and City Council to attend Grand Masquerade Ball, March 10, 1879. - Invitation

Invitation from the Hoboken Quartett-Club to the Mayor and City Council to attend Grand Masquerade Ball, March 10, 1879. - Invitation

Invitation from the Hoboken Quartett-Club to the Mayor and City Council to attend the Grand Masquerade ("Maskerat") Ball of the club to be held on March 10, 1879. Printed stationery with holographic text by club secretary, William Kaufmann. City of Hoboken, City Clerk file copy. The secretary states that the location of the ball as "Kapp's Harmonia Hall." The City Clerk's notation calls it the "Annual" Ball to be held at "Odd Fellows Hall."

Image of Note from Court Elysian No. 1068, Independent Order of Foresters to Herman Hoppe, Chairman, requesting a form for parade march, March 23, 1905. - Letter

Note from Court Elysian No. 1068, Independent Order of Foresters to Herman Hoppe, Chairman, requesting a form for parade march, March 23, 1905. - Letter

Note from Court Elysian No. 1068, Independent Order of Foresters to Herman Hoppe, Chairman, requesting a form for parade march, March 23, 1905. Printed lined note stationery (from pad; note top edge) with holographic text, signed by Alfred Lehmann, Recording Secretary, 80 Bloomfield St. The Hoboken Court Elysian was established December 13, 1893. It met every second and fourth Wednesdays at Odd Fellows Hall, 414 Washington St. City of Hoboken, City Clerk file copy. Hoppe is not identified, but was chairperson of some City committee, possibly a city councilman.

Image of Invitation from Court Stevens No. 9, Foresters of America, to Board of Alderman of Hoboken to attend 26th annual ball, April 6, 1907. - Invitation

Invitation from Court Stevens No. 9, Foresters of America, to Board of Alderman of Hoboken to attend 26th annual ball, April 6, 1907. - Invitation

Invitation to Hoboken City Council (Aldermen) to 26th Annual Ball of Court Stevens No. 9, Foresters of America, Odd Fellows' Hall, Hoboken, April 6, 1907. Single printed folio note paper with holographic annotation. Text is in notes. Reverse has City Clerk James H. Londrigan file notes. Government document.

Image of Blank printed form notice: Fraternity Lodge No. 112, I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows), Hoboken, from the 1920's. - Announcement

Blank printed form notice: Fraternity Lodge No. 112, I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows), Hoboken, from the 1920's. - Announcement

Blank printed form notice: Fraternity Lodge No. 112, I.O.O.F. (International Order of Odd Fellows), Hoboken, from the 1920's notifying a member that dues are in arrears. Odd Fellows' Hall was at 227 Washington St.

Image of Program, Freemasons: 75th Anniversary Charity Ball. Euclid Lodge No. 136, Hoboken. Hotel Statler, N.Y., Nov. 5, 1949. - Program

Program, Freemasons: 75th Anniversary Charity Ball. Euclid Lodge No. 136, Hoboken. Hotel Statler, N.Y., Nov. 5, 1949. - Program

Diamond Jubilee. Seventh-fifth Anniversary Charity Ball. Euclid Lodge No. 136, F. & A.M. [Free & Accepted Masons], Hoboken, New Jersey. 1874 - 1949. Hotel Statler, New York City; Formerly Hotel Pennsylvania, Saturday, November 5th, 1949. Softcover booklet, 8-1/2" x 11" high, unpaginated [72 pp. plus covers]. Masonic lodge was at that time 1101 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. While the content is over half advertisements as typical of these publications, it does have useful text, HIGHLIGHTS IN THE HISTORY OF EUCLID LODGE, five pages, all of which are transcibed in text. It has many dates related to location of the lodge and major activities. Other pages included the usual lists of officer

Image of Program: Banquet honoring Carl M. Bernegau on 25th anniversary at K.&E., Odd Fellows Hall, Hoboken, Nov. 16, 1915. - Program

Program: Banquet honoring Carl M. Bernegau on 25th anniversary at K.&E., Odd Fellows Hall, Hoboken, Nov. 16, 1915. - Program

Program and menu: In Honor of Carl M. Bernegau To celebrate the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of his connection with Keuffel & Esser Co.; 1890 September 15 1915. Pamphlet, 7-3/4" wide x 10-1/2" high, [12] pp. Split at all folds; loose leaves; pp. [3-4] has the bottom 1-1/8" trimmed off. page [3]: A Quarter Century; CMB; 1890 - 1915. page [4]: real photo portrait of Bernegau tipped-in. page [5]: menu; location and date at lower left: Odd Fellows Hall [412-414 Washington St.], Hoboken, N.J., November Sixteenth; 1915. (Note the cover date of September 15 which was his anniversary date; the dinner or banquet was two months later.) pages [6-11] song lyrics pg [12] back cover blank

Image of Program: Souvenir. Erste Daemlich Carnveval-Sitzung; Dec. 11, 1904; Odd Fellows Hall, 412-414 Washington St. - Program, Concert

Program: Souvenir. Erste Daemlich Carnveval-Sitzung; Dec. 11, 1904; Odd Fellows Hall, 412-414 Washington St. - Program, Concert

Program - German choral concert: Souvenir. Erste Daemlich Carnveval-Sitzung, arrangir von Madame E. Kriete unter gefaelliger Mitwirking des Damen - Chors "Fohsinn" von Hoboken. Sonntag, den 11. December 1904 in der Odd Fellows' Halle, 412-14 Washington Str., Hoboken, N.J. Booklet, 6-1/2" x 10" high, [20] pp. Contents is lyrics in German to eight songs, one to a page with all other pages being advertisements. PDF on file. The advertisements, while mostly from Hoboken businesses, do include some from New York, Jersey City and West Hoboken. Except for one ad by Frank Cordts, the ads are in English. See notes for ad text by page

Image of Program: Hoboken Quartett Club 30. Karneval Sitzung. Feb. 26, 1911. - Program, Concert

Program: Hoboken Quartett Club 30. Karneval Sitzung. Feb. 26, 1911. - Program, Concert

Program: Hoboken Quartett Club 30. Karneval Sitzung. Sonntag, 26. Febr. 1911. (Sunday, February 26, 1911.); Odd Fellows' Hall, Hoboken, N.J. Printed booklet, 6-1/4" wide x 10" high, unpaginated, [18] pp. plus covers. Most of the publication is advertisements. The only text (in German) is the lyrics for eight songs. A page is devoted to each one. Location is not stated, but the concert may have been given at their home building, 1013-1019 Washington St., or Odd Fellows Hall, 412-414 Washington St., Hoboken.

Image of Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903.  - Monograph

Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903. - Monograph

Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903. Maroon cloth, titled in gilt on front cover, 6-1/4" x 8-1/4"; pp. 44 plus frontis and 12 plates inserted (all tissue guards present except for last plate which does not appear to have had one.) PDF and rich text document on file. Full text is in notes. Trinity Church at the northeast corner of Seventh and Washington Streets celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1903 with this publication commemorating it. It includes many details about the church history including a historical sketch (pp. 11-26) by the current rector James Clayton Mitchell; also present is a 1902 sermon by him that provides a good detail about the church that is not found in h

Image of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions; membership application records, 1897-1938. - Book, Record

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions; membership application records, 1897-1938. - Book, Record

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions. membership application records, 1897-1938. Bound record book, 8-1/2" wide x 12-1/2" high, ca. 200 pages. Text transcribed in notes, see below for details. Text also on file as rtf word document and PDF. Cover title, gilt-stamped leather label: Questions. I.O.O.F. Unpaginated, pencil page number bracketed - pages [1]-[106]; all other pages are unused (approximately half of the volume.) Two printed forms per page with holographic entries and signatures. Address given is in Hoboken (sometimes found as "City") unless stated otherwise. Printed form has two columns. Column 1 is titled: Questions 1. What is your name? 2. Where do

Image of Odd Fellows membership record: I.O.O.F. Propositions. Hoboken Lodge, 1921-1938.  - Book, Record

Odd Fellows membership record: I.O.O.F. Propositions. Hoboken Lodge, 1921-1938. - Book, Record

Odd Fellows membership record: I.O.O.F. Propositions. Hoboken Lodge, 1921-1938. Bound volume of printed forms, 7-3/4" x 13" high x 1/2" thick; unpaginated, ca. 100 leaves; only 20 pages have holographic ink entries. Numbered for scanning: only pages 2-21 were used; rest of volume blank. RTF and PDF on file. Cover title: Propositions I.O.O.F. The Hoboken Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows was at 412-414 Washington Street, Hoboken. This volume appears to be the last one for their member records. The Great Depression greatly impacted on the organization and its members' ability to pay dues. Entries from November 10, 1921 to March 24, 1938. Transcription of entries on left han

Image of TLS: Taxpayers' Association of Hoboken to Board of Water Commissioners, Hoboken, Jan. 16, 1908 re delay in starting work on 30 inch water main. - Letter

TLS: Taxpayers' Association of Hoboken to Board of Water Commissioners, Hoboken, Jan. 16, 1908 re delay in starting work on 30 inch water main. - Letter

Typed letter signed from Taxpayers' Association of Hoboken to Board of Water Commissioners, Hoboken, Jan. 16, 1908 re delay in starting work on 30 inch water main. Single leaf printed stationery. Full text is in notes. The Association met at Odd Fellows' Hall which was then located at 412-414 Washington St., Hoboken.

Image of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions; membership application records, 1868-1911. - Book, Record

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions; membership application records, 1868-1911. - Book, Record

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Hoboken, Questions. membership application records, 1868-1919. Bound record book, 8-1/2" wide x 12-1/2" high, [158] pages. Text transcribed in notes, see below for details. Text also on file as RTF word document and PDF. No cover title. Unpaginated, pencil page number bracketed - pages [1]-[158]; some pages are unused - indicated in captions and text file. Two printed forms per page with holographic entries and signatures. Address given is in Hoboken (sometimes found as "City") unless stated otherwise. If a Hoboken street address before 1892, they are old numbers. Street numbering changed; Meadow became Park Avenue. Printed form has two columns.

Image of Invitation: 17th Annual Reception & Ball, James J. Fox Assn., Feb. 11th, 1902, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 412-414 Washington St., Hoboken.  - Invitation

Invitation: 17th Annual Reception & Ball, James J. Fox Assn., Feb. 11th, 1902, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 412-414 Washington St., Hoboken. - Invitation

Invitation to the 17th Annual Reception and Ball of the James J. Fox Association, to be held on Tuesday, February 11th, 1902 (Lincoln's Birthday Eve.), at Odd Fellows' Hall, 412-414 Washington St., Hoboken. Very respectfully, The Committee. Single folio printed paper, closed: 5-1/8" x 3-1/4"; die-cut tab closure. Sent to the Mayor and City Council of Hoboken with City Clerk John Haggerty file notes on reverse. Government document.