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Name Park Ave.
Details Park Avenue, Hoboken.
Number of Archive records 24
Number of Object records 38
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 36

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Image of Digital image, document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. - Policy, Insurance

Digital image, document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. - Policy, Insurance

Digital image, printed document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. Holographic ink entries in printed form from Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Company of Hamburg & Bremen. Includes tipped-on " Lightning Clause. "

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. Discuss founding of Mustard Seed Christian School. In 1866 Edwin Stevens deeded land at Sixth St. and Park Avenue to German Evangelical Church and loaned church money to build a parochial school. In 1979 the Community Church of Hoboken was converting the building back to a parochial school. It was used for a time by Stevens Hoboken Academy. HOPES occupied it from July 1966 to 1968-69. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Typescript: Christmas Comes to Hoboken. by Charles Bogert. Written 2005 about childhood Christmases in Hoboken of the 1950's. - Manuscript

Typescript: Christmas Comes to Hoboken. by Charles Bogert. Ten page 6,000 word typescript, 8-1/2" x 11" high. Recollections of childhood Christmases in Hoboken not date, but apparently from the 1950's. See full text in notes. Includes great detail of shopping on Washington Street and other streets with specific information about stores, restaurants, and many other businesses. Also text about church activities as a family and friends. Document OCR scanned and available in full in notes. All spellings are as per author. Page numbers were deleted. Also PDF. All formats on CD.

Image of Souvenir journal (program) for 1st Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for 1st Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for First Annual Dance of the Turk's S[ocial]. & A[thletic]. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. Booklet, 6" x 9" high, [12] pp. plus cover; lacking first leaf with pages [1-2]. Numerous ink and pencil notations in list of boosters. This copy may have belonged to a Frank Baragona. Event was held at Crystal Ballroom, 6th & Jefferson St., Hoboken. Featured Eddy Henckler and His Famous Orchestra. The Club sponsored a Football Team which has a members list on pg [5]. Several pages of advertisements plus five pages of boosters which has many people listed with their nicknames. Location of the club is not given, but it was possibly at 404 Madison St. (see top ad on pg [5]

Image of Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. - Documents

Proposal: Observer Park, Hoboken, New Jersey. The Applied Companies, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1988-1989. Plastic comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, 26 pp. plus covers; illustrated. PDF on file. A glossy proposal for the development of the north side of Observer Highway from Bloomfield St. to Willow Avenue into a residential apartment complex for middle income co-ops and low income rentals. The developers would be a joint venture between the Applied Companies and Hartz Mountain Industries. Architects were Beyer Blinder Belle whose office Beyer Blinder Belle Graphics designed this publication. It includes plans, elevations and artist's views. Seven printed photographs of contemporary Hoboken c

Image of Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. - Documents

Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. - Documents

Document: Hoboken Waterfront Center & Community Services. [Hoboken], 1986. Presented by Dell'Aquila Enterprises, 1500 Hudson St., Hoboken. Plastic comb binding, 8-1/2" x 11" high, cover plus pp. [ii], frontis photo, 1-27 including fold-out map. This item was a presentation to prospective tenants of the building at what is now called 1501 Park Avenue. Originally one of Factory Terminal Buildings, it was once occupied by Remington-Union Metallic Cartridge Company and Franklin Baker Co. (later a division of General Foods Corporation). The building was stripped of its facade by the Dell'Aquila. According to donor, an Urban Development Action Grant of ca. $1.5 million dollars was used by the de

Image of Articles: "Hoboken: Change Bringing Problems." & "Hoboken: Fear of Fire Haunts Many." NYT, Nov. 8, 1981. - Clipping, Newspaper

Articles: "Hoboken: Change Bringing Problems." & "Hoboken: Fear of Fire Haunts Many." NYT, Nov. 8, 1981. - Clipping, Newspaper

Article: "Hoboken: Change Bringing Problems." By Kenneth Schept. New York Times, New Jersey Weekly, Sunday, Nov. 8, 1981, page 1, left side, with continuation on page 16. Also on page 1, right column: "Hoboken: Fear of Fire Haunts Many." By Joseph Laura. Continues on page 14. Discusses the series of arson related fires including the one onJanuary 20, 1979 that killed 21 people and a fire at 1202 Twelfth St. on Oct. 24, 1981 that killed 11 of the 21 tenants including seven children. Front page has photo with two views: "Renovated Madison House, left, and fire scene on Park Avenue in Hoboken where two died last month." [The Park Avenue fire was on Columbus Day and killed two brothers, 7

Image of Map sketches, 3, of proposed playgrounds made for the Board of Playground Commissioners, Hoboken, N.J., 1909. - Map

Map sketches, 3, of proposed playgrounds made for the Board of Playground Commissioners, Hoboken, N.J., 1909. - Map

Three sketches (map drawings) of proposed playgrounds made for the Board of Playground Commissioners of Hoboken, N.J., 1909. Ink on linen, irregular varying sizes; fold marks. Labeled as Schedule A, Schedule B and Schedule C. "Schedule" title and punched holes at left would indicate that these items were once accompanying documents to a report or presentation which is not present. Drawings made by Thomas H. McCann and R. Beyer, Civil Engineers, Hoboken and is stated on each one. Schedule A: drawing of the west wide of east side of Jefferson Street between First and Second Streets indication a parcel labeled "block 30, lots 7-13 inclusive." Scale: 1" = 50 feet. [Note: orient to compass d

Image of Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. NY, June 1944. - Report

Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. NY, June 1944. - Report

Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. June 1944. One Broadway, New York, N.Y. Booklet, 9" wide x 11-7/8" high, 32 pp. plus covers. Photo illustrated. Two copies. PDF on file. The company had operated the former Tietjen & Lang Dry Dock Co. facility in Weehawken Cove since 1916 using a Hoboken address of Park Avenue and 17th Street. In the list on page [32] of divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates, it is called the "Hoboken Division" and stated "(Formerly Todd Hoboken Dry Docks Inc.)" The many photographs do not name the specific shipyard shown and Hoboken is mentioned only once in the text on page 5: "when severe winter weather stopped production of LCT (Landi

Postcards, 25: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, (2010.) - Postcard

Postcards, twenty-five: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, no date (2010.) Color photographs printed on heavyweight gloss cardstock, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"; image orientation varies vertically or horizontally. Photographs by Brian Gallagher, a Hoboken realtor and published by him. Edition size unstated. Cards have Hoboken scenes of streets and buildings. Gallagher produced an earlier 2000s series in a different format. A few subjects remain in this new series, but it apparently features modern photographs (with one obvious exception, no. 24 - Clam Broth House) and format. Printed full color photo bleeds; all are imprinted 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' on the ima

Image of Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1921. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1921. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Stevens School. June, 1921. Sixth Street at Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey. Booklet, 6" wide x 8" high, sewn printed wrappers, 48 pp. plus 5 (of 6) photo illustrations inserted. Ex-library copy so marked. PDF on file. See notes for selected text. The publication was the catalog for this preparatory school for boys, but also a yearbook for the 1920-1921 school year with the second half having commencement details, awards and prizes, school activities, student council, honor roll and lists of students in all classes with their hometown. Selected pages are imaged here: faculty and early matter plus all the student activities, lists and team photos. See related: archives 2011.001.0003

Image of Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1919. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1919. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Stevens School. June, 1919. Sixth Street at Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey. Booklet, 6" wide x 8" high, sewn printed wrappers, 48 pp. plus 6 photo illustrations inserted. PDF on file. All pages imaged; full text is in notes. The publication was the catalog for this preparatory school for boys, but also a yearbook for the 1917-1918 school year with the second half having commencement details, awards and prizes, school activities, student council, honor roll and lists of students in all classes with their hometown. (See related: archives 2011.001.0004 for a 1921 issue which is selectively imaged with the school activities, student list and team photos. The text differs in some from the

Image of Program, tickets: Secret Gardens Tour, HHM, June 5, 2011. - Program

Program, tickets: Secret Gardens Tour, HHM, June 5, 2011. - Program

Program: Hoboken Historical Museum Presents Secret Gardens, Sponsored by Hufnagel Landscaping, Inc. Sunday June 5, 2011. 9 am to 4 pm. Supported by: The Hoboken Garden Club. Printed glossy paper covers, 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" wid; 24 pp. Two copies. PDF on file. With: two tickets, unused. Page images and PDF are printer's spreads. Locations: 1309 Garden St. 1102 Bloomfield St. 1123 Washington St. 929 Washington St. 160 Tenth St. 917 Park Ave. 130 Garden St. 127 Bloomfield St. 115 Park Ave. (United Synagogue) Eleventh St. between Park Ave. & Washington St.

Image of Letter from Erie Railway, Jersey City, to Water Commissioners of Hoboken, Aug. 28, 1876 re water charges for company's Weehawken coal docks. - Letter

Letter from Erie Railway, Jersey City, to Water Commissioners of Hoboken, Aug. 28, 1876 re water charges for company's Weehawken coal docks. - Letter

Letter from Erie Railway; H.O. Jewett, Receiver; Superintendent's Office, Eastern Division, Jersey City, to Water Commissioners of Hoboken, August 28, 1876 re charges for water at company's coal docks in Weehawken. Two leaves, printed lined letterhead, holographic text, signed by E.O. Hill, Div. Superintendent.

Image of Print: Church Square Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012.
 - Print, Screen

Print: Church Square Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. - Print, Screen

Print: Church Square Park. Screen print by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. Limited edition screen stencil print by artist Ricardo Roig. No. 1/11. Title, limitation, signature of artist and date in pencil below image. White Stonehenge paper, ca. 12-1/4" high x 17-1/2" wide (irregular hand-torn edges imitating deckle); acrylic paint. Image is surrounded by a varying border of ca. 1 to 1-1/2" Depicts the northwest corner of the park with the Hoboken Public Library at the left (Fifth Street and Park Avenue), the former Our Lady of Grace Parochial School at the left (Willow Avenue and Fifth Street) and Church Towers in the background center. A print (checklist no. 9) from the edition was exh

Image of Print: Sanctuary. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012.
 - Print, Screen

Print: Sanctuary. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. - Print, Screen

Print: Sanctuary. Screen print by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. Limited edition screen stencil print by artist Ricardo Roig. No. 2/7. Title, limitation, signature of artist and date in pencil below image. Cream Stonehenge paper, ca. 15" wide x 22" high (irregular hand-torn edges imitating deckle); acrylic paint. Image is surrounded by a varying border of ca. 2-1/2" Depicts the south facade of the Hoboken Public Library at the northwest corner of Fifth Street and Park Avenue. A print (checklist no. 16) from the edition was exhibited in: Hoboken in Print. Hand-cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig. Exhibition in the Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Gallery, July 29 - September 9, 20

Image of Hoboken Free Public Library & Manual Training School, 500 Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form; draft version. - Report, Administrative

Hoboken Free Public Library & Manual Training School, 500 Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form; draft version. - Report, Administrative

Hoboken Free Public Library and Manual Training School, 500 Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey. United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. A draft version prepared May 2012 by Allen W. Kratz, a Hoboken Public Library trustee. Document is in a digital format, 105 page PDF and is marked DRAFT on each leaf. PDF is on file. Full text is in notes, but see below. There is a wealth of information about the building and its history assembled here. Full text is in notes as extracted by optical character recognition. There is some garbled text and uncorrected errors from this process. An RTF format text document is on

Image of Program: Secret Gardens Tour, HHM, June 2, 2013. - Program

Program: Secret Gardens Tour, HHM, June 2, 2013. - Program

Program: Hoboken Historical Museum. Secret Gardens, Sponsored by Hufnagel Landscape Design & Construction Group. Sunday, June 2, 2013. 9 am to 4 pm. Supported by the Hoboken Garden Club. Printed glossy paper covers, 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" wide; pp. [24] plus covers. (Full publication printed in color for the first time.) Two copies. Tour Stops: 1. 1251 Garden St. 2. 924 Park Ave. 3. 254 Seventh St. 4. 821 Washington St. 5. 935 Washington St. 6. 911 Castle Point Terrace 7. 732 Hudson St. --- Bonus Gardens: A. Eleventh Street islands B. Hoboken Gospel Chapel Church, 641 Bloomfield St. C. All Saints Episcopal Church (Episcopal Parish), 701 Washington St. D. Bijou Rooftop Farm and G

Image of Program: 5th Annual Commencement, Stevens School, June 16, 1922. Auditiorium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J. - Program

Program: 5th Annual Commencement, Stevens School, June 16, 1922. Auditiorium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J. - Program

Program: Fifth Annual Commencement, Stevens School, Friday, June Sixteenth, Nineteen Hundred Twenty-two. Auditiorium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. Single folio, 6" wide x 8-1/2" high. Full text is in notes. This private school was at Sixth Street and Park Avenue, Hoboken in the former Martha Institute building (which was also Hoboken High School for a period). Previously known as Stevens Preparatory School, it was affiliated with Stevens Institute of Technology, but not a formal part of the that institution. ---- schools / graduation / ceremony / events

Image of Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1922. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Catalog / yearbook: Stevens School. June, 1922. 6th St. at Park Ave., Hoboken, N.J. - Catalog

Stevens School. June, 1922. Sixth Street at Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey. Booklet, 6" wide x 8" high, sewn printed wrappers, 48 pp. plus 5 (of 6) photo illustrations inserted. Ex-library copy so marked. PDF on file. See notes for selected text. The publication was the catalog for this preparatory school for boys, but also a yearbook for the 1921-1922 school year with the second half having commencement details, awards and prizes, school activities, student council, honor roll and lists of students in all classes with their hometown. See related: archives 2011.001.0003 for a 1919 issue which is fully imaged and all text available. The first half includes a short history of the sch