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Image of Embarkation Regulations. Headquarters, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, New Jersey, February 12, 1918. - Manual

Embarkation Regulations. Headquarters, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, New Jersey, February 12, 1918. - Manual

Embarkation Regulations. Headquarters, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, New Jersey, February 12, 1918. Pamphlet, 5-1/4" wide x 8" high. 24 pp. including cover. Pages 18-21 have the names of some local Army offices with addresses: Army Pier 1 Commander of the Port Depot Quartermaster, Sales Dept. (noted that it would soon move to pier 4) Army Pier 2 Hoboken Branch, Army Transport Service (Freight Dept.) 95 River St. Hoboken Branch, Army Transport Service (Passenger Dept.) 68 River St. Ordnance Officer, Sales Dept. (noted that it would soon move to pier 4) Signal Officer, Sales Dept. (noted that it would soon move to pier 4) Engineer Officer 2

Image of Digital images of an affidavit of Anthony DeVincenzo given to an unidentified body investigating corruption on the Hoboken piers, 1954. - Documents

Digital images of an affidavit of Anthony DeVincenzo given to an unidentified body investigating corruption on the Hoboken piers, 1954. - Documents

Digital images of an affidavit of Anthony DeVincenzo given to an unidentified body investigating corruption on the Hoboken piers, 1954. Use of these copies is restricted. Qualified researchers must to the Museum director and donor for permission to use this material. Reference prints are on file. All images are available on a compact-disk and PDF. Original document consisted of 16 numbered typewritten carbon copy leaves, 8" x 11-5/8" high, of which only pages 3 to 16 were available and imaged. Each one was initialed in ink by DeVincenzo at the bottom except for page 16 which called for his signature and a month and day to be inserted. It is not signed or dated other than the 1954 typewri

Image of Document: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York, no date, ca. 1949-52. - Report

Document: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York, no date, ca. 1949-52. - Report

Digital images: Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York City, no date, ca. 1949-1952. Photostatically duplicated leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" plus plate as described. Report cover; 33 pp plus ca. 22 x 18" wide plate being hand-drawn map of piers with tables below of deeds & owners (imaged here but also for reference see archive 2005.079.0024.01 for a more detailed record of the map.) PDF on file. The Museum does not own the originals. Text refers to court decisions as late as 1948 which provides an approximate document date. Who solicited this opinion is not indicated, but from the subject and conclusions it was probably the City of Hobo

Image of Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. - Map

Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. - Map

Digital images: map from document titled Opinion - Taxability of the Hoboken Piers. Prepared by Sullivan, Donovan & Heenehan, New York City, no date, ca. 1949-1952. See primary record 2005.079.0024 for full document. ca. 22 x 18" wide fold-out plate, photostatically duplicated. The Museum does not own the original. Hand-drawn map shows piers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 with the order running from Hudson Square (Fifth Street) as no. 1 to no. 6 at Newark Street. The map in the top half is keyed by letters to show property owners as listed in two columns of holographic text on the bottom half. Listed are the map key letters, date of recorded deeds, liber, previous owner and new owner. The real estat

Image of Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken Ask Hearing Before Board on City's Bid for Piers. Hudson Dispatch, Aug 17, 1930. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken Ask Hearing Before Board on City's Bid for Piers. Hudson Dispatch, Aug 17, 1930. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Hoboken Ask Hearing Before Board on City's Bid for Piers. Hudson Dispatch, Aug 17, 1930. The City of Hoboken was attempting to buy the piers confiscated as enemy property in World War I and that were still under the control of the U.S. Government. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Newspaper articles: "Hoboken: The Tide May Be Turning." & "Dining Down on the Riverside." NYT, July 10, 1983. - Clipping, Newspaper

Newspaper articles: "Hoboken: The Tide May Be Turning." & "Dining Down on the Riverside." NYT, July 10, 1983. - Clipping, Newspaper

Newspaper article: "Hoboken: The Tide May Be Turning." By Tom Jackman. New York Times, New Jersey Weekly, Section 11, Sunday, July 10, 1983, page 1 with continuation on page 21 with related second article by Jackman datelined Hoboken below: "Dining Down on the Riverside." Main article relates the planning for the development of the southern waterfront, Port Authority, City of Hoboken, Waterfront Advisory Committee, 19% of Hoboken residents unemployed, legislative and political situation. Includes aerial photo of the southern waterfront from circa Eighth Street looking south. Also photo of a rendering of proposed development. Second article is about the former Coast Guard cutter that wa

Image of Brochure: Hamburg-American Packet Company. Proposed Sailings. No. 90, March 4, 1887. - Brochure

Brochure: Hamburg-American Packet Company. Proposed Sailings. No. 90, March 4, 1887. - Brochure

Brochure: Hamburg-American Packet Company. Proposed Sailings. No. 90, March 4, 1887. Single sheet 13" wide x 15" high folded to [4] pages, 6-1/2" wide x 7-1/2" high; folds open to railroad map of Europe. Brittle with chipped edges and lost corner. Item issued by C.B. Richard and Co., General Passenger Agents. (Company had several offices including 61 Broadway, New York; item was printed in New York.) The company was known later as the Hamburg-American Line. Its passenger piers were in Hoboken (Piers 1 and 2 next to the Hoboken Ferry) until World War I. Page [1]: Rates of Passage for the Packet Line and Baltic Line including Cabin and Steerage. Pages [2-3] as a spread: left third Ap

Image of Envelope: John M. Niver &  Co., Dealers in Hay, Grain & Feed, Foot of Newark St., Hoboken, Feb. 17, 1882. - Envelope

Envelope: John M. Niver & Co., Dealers in Hay, Grain & Feed, Foot of Newark St., Hoboken, Feb. 17, 1882. - Envelope

Envelope: John M. Niver & Co., Commission And Wholesale Dealers in Hay, Grain and Feed. Barges Rip Van Winkle & Michigan. Foot of Newark Street, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, Feb. 17 [1882.] 3-3/8" high x 6" wide. Entire front printed with business advertising artwork in a tan ink with horizontal fine line background. Back has New York postmark of Feb. 17, [18]82. No contents. If the barges were based here, it is likely the business was at pier 1 at the Hudson River or very close to it.

Image of Trunk label: Munson Steamship Lines, 67 Wall St., N.Y. (Hoboken, Pier 1). Two versions, 1929.  - Label, Shipping

Trunk label: Munson Steamship Lines, 67 Wall St., N.Y. (Hoboken, Pier 1). Two versions, 1929. - Label, Shipping

Trunk label: Munson Steamship Lines, 67 Wall St., New York. Two versions, 1929. Printed paper with gummed adhesive back, 4" high x 6" wide. Both labels are for passenger luggage to be stored: "For Trunk Room". Each as the same graphic design, but with different ink color and text as noted below. Label 1: White paper with red ink, unused; imprinted for destination port "Santos" and "Steamers Sail from Pier 1, Hoboken, N.J." Label 2: White paper with aqua blue ink; imprinted for destination port "New York" (which would have actually been Hoboken as seen on label 1); lines for Name, Steamer, and Sailing (with date) are completed in black ink: Major R.E. Franklin, Southern Cross, Buenos

Image of Article: The New Fireproof Piers of the North German Lloyd Steamship Co. at Hoboken; in Engineering News, Vol. XlV, No. 1, Jan 3. 1901. - Article

Article: The New Fireproof Piers of the North German Lloyd Steamship Co. at Hoboken; in Engineering News, Vol. XlV, No. 1, Jan 3. 1901. - Article

Article: The New Fireproof Piers of the North German Lloyd Steamship Co. at Hoboken, N.J. As published in Engineering News, Vol. XlV, No. 1, Jan 3. 1901, pp. 13-14 plus two-page fold-out plate (supplement); illustrations. Removed from issue: single leaf, 10" x 13-1/2" high; plate, 13-1/2" high x 20-5/8" wide. Article was written by staff, but information for it was provided by the engineer in charge, W.F. Whittemore. Figures 1-21 are not in sequence on the pages or plate. Full text and titles of figures are in notes. North German Lloyd piers in Hoboken were destroyed by a disastrous fire on June 30 - July 1, 1900. This article offers a significant amount of detail on design, materials a

Image of Brochure: United States Lines, Sailing List No. 4, Nov. 26, 1921; Proposed Sailings; Sailing from Pier 1, Hoboken, N. J. - Brochure

Brochure: United States Lines, Sailing List No. 4, Nov. 26, 1921; Proposed Sailings; Sailing from Pier 1, Hoboken, N. J. - Brochure

Brochure: United States Lines, Sailing List No. 4, Nov. 26, 1921; Proposed Sailings; Sailing from Pier 1, Hoboken, N. J. Printed leaf, 9" high x 11-3/4" wide folded to 4" wide. An important document from the first year that this line was in operation. See archives 2012.001.0012 for a September 1921 travel brochure (minimum rates and ships listed vary from that found in this item.) Ships listed in the schedule: S.S. America S.S. George Washington S.S. Potomac S.S. Princess Matoika S.S. Hudson S.S. Panhandle State S.S. Centennial State A Steamer (this is presumed to have been originally the S.S. Old North State or S.S. Susquehanna as listed in 2012.001.0012.) The United Sta

Image of Brochure: New York to Europe on U.S. Government Ships. United States Lines. Operators for U.S. Shipping Board. Issued circa September 1921. - Brochure

Brochure: New York to Europe on U.S. Government Ships. United States Lines. Operators for U.S. Shipping Board. Issued circa September 1921. - Brochure

Brochure: New York to Europe on U.S. Government Ships. United States Lines. Operators for U.S. Shipping Board. Issued circa September 1921. Printed booklet, 9" high x 8" wide folded to 4" wide. Color cover, [16] pp., photo illustrated, route map. (n.b. cover is considered as page [16] which is typical of the pagination for this publication format.) This travel brochure is an important document from the first year that this line was in operation. Page [15] has "Minimum Rates, Effective September 1, 1921." Hoboken is not mentioned, but the line sailed from Pier 1 in Hoboken when it began scheduled sailings (see archives 2012.001.0011 for United States Lines, Sailing List No. 4, Nov. 26, 192

Image of Admittance card for visiting the S.S. Deutschland, at Hamburg-American Line piers in Hoboken, July 15, 1900. - Card, Admittance

Admittance card for visiting the S.S. Deutschland, at Hamburg-American Line piers in Hoboken, July 15, 1900. - Card, Admittance

Admittance card for visiting the S.S. Deutschland, at Hamburg-American Line piers in Hoboken, July 15, 1900. Printed card stock, 2" x 3-1/2" wide. Reverse is blank. Apparently the first scheduled onboard public visit in America to see this new ocean liner. See notes. Full text: ADMIT BEARER TO VISIT " S. S. DEUTSCHLAND," JULY 16TH, 1900. 1 TO 6 P. M. The piers of the Hamburg-American Line are at the foot of 1st and 2d Sts., Hoboken, N. J., adjoining the New York ferries from Christopher and Barclay Sts. ==== Pass

Image of Card, trade: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" (1884). - Card, Trade

Card, trade: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" (1884). - Card, Trade

Trade card: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" (1884). Chromolithographed card, 3-1/2" high x 6-1/4" wide. Printed text in black on back. Printer: The Major & Knapp Lith. Co. N.Y. Back has promotional text about sailings along with a calendar for 1884. Issued by C.B. Richard & Co., General Passenger Agents, 61 Broadway, New York; J.F. Meinke & Co., General Passenger Agents for the Pacific Coast, 401 California St. (first story), San Francisco, Cal. The Hoboken headhouse and piers (called then Hamburg Pier) are depicted which was their American home port. The steamship, S.S. Hammonia, is shown at the right. It was the Hammonia (3) which went into service in 1

Image of Card, trade: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" N.d., ca.1881-1885 - Card, Trade

Card, trade: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" N.d., ca.1881-1885 - Card, Trade

Trade card: Hamburg American Packet Co's Piers, Hoboken, N.J. "Hammonia" No date, circa 1881-1885. Chromolithographed card, 3-1/2" high x 6-1/4" wide. Printed text in black on back. Printer: The Major & Knapp Lith. Co. N.Y. Back has promotional text about sailings including some fares. Issued by C.B. Richard & Co., General Passenger Agents, 61 Broadway, New York; Fr. Krause, 138 Court St., Boston, Mass. Purple inkstamp: Leve & Allen, The Hoboken headhouse and piers (called then Hamburg Pier) are depicted which was their American home port. The steamship, S.S. Hammonia, is shown at the right. It was the Hammonia (3) which went into service in 1881. Note that it had both sail and steam

Image of Postcard: Hamburg-American Line Piers, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, circa 1901-1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Hamburg-American Line Piers, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, circa 1901-1907. - Postcard

Postcard: Hamburg-American Line Piers, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, Jan. 11, [no year]. Circa 1901-1907. Printed black-and-white card, 3-1/2" x 5-1/2" wide, undivided back. No publisher stated. Stock number in image on front: 970. Also second title in faint lettering at foot of image: Piers, Hoboken, N.J. An artist's bird's-eye view of this German line's piers and headhouses with several ocean liners seen at the docks. Newark Street is at the lower right with River Street to the lower left with electric streetcars (trolleys.) All other vehicles are horse-drawn except for a bicycle.

Image of Article (Hamburg-American Line Hoboken piers): Die neuen Docks der Hamburg - Amerikanischen Packetfahrt - Actien - Gesellschaft “ in Hoboken, New Jersey. June 1883. - Article

Article (Hamburg-American Line Hoboken piers): Die neuen Docks der Hamburg - Amerikanischen Packetfahrt - Actien - Gesellschaft “ in Hoboken, New Jersey. June 1883. - Article

Article: Die neuen Docks der Hamburg - Amerikanischen Packetfahrt - Actien - Gesellschaft “ in Hoboken, New Jersey. Illustrirte Zeitung [Leipzig], No. 2084. 9. Juni 1883. [page] 495. German text except for "in Hoboken, New Jersey." Full page as removed from publication circa 10-1/2" wide x 15" high. Text in German, untranslated; uncorrected text is in notes. PDF on file. Featured is a wood engraving with an artist's bird's-eye view of the new piers and headhouses in Hoboken for the Hamburg-American (or Amerika or America) Line.

Image of A first class stateroom baggage tag from the Hamburg-American Line, circa 1900-1917. - Tag, Identification

A first class stateroom baggage tag from the Hamburg-American Line, circa 1900-1917. - Tag, Identification

A first class stateroom baggage (luggage) tag from the Hamburg-American Line, no date, circa 1900-1917. Printed cardstock with metal edging; 3-/8" high x 4-1/4" wide. The passenger's, Henry Clay Barnabee, destination was Paris, sailing on the Pennsylvania, July 14th, no year. Built 1896-1897; vessel was refitted in 1900 and confiscated by the U.S. Goverment in 1917; used until 1919 as the Nansemond; scrapped 1924. ---- not a label

Image of Postcard: Sailing Day, Hamburg American Line Hoboken, N.J. No date ca. 1901-1917. - Postcard

Postcard: Sailing Day, Hamburg American Line Hoboken, N.J. No date ca. 1901-1917. - Postcard

Postcard: Sailing Day, Hamburg American Line Hoboken, N.J. No date ca. 1901-1917. 3-7/16" high x 5-7/16" wide. Published by The Rotograph Co., N.Y. City. Printed in Germany. Card A 149a. The view is looking north to Pier 1. The tugboat at the right is the Gilbert M. Edgett, New York.

Image of Framed lithographic print of Hoboken piers of the Hamburg-American Packet Company, ca. 1870-1880. - Poster

Framed lithographic print of Hoboken piers of the Hamburg-American Packet Company, ca. 1870-1880. - Poster

Framed color lithographic print of the Hoboken piers of the Hamburg-American Packet Company, ca. 1875-1885. Ca. 24 x 36" wide. With: original frame. ----- Hamburg America / Hamburg-America / lithograph