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Name Pier A
Number of Archive records 9
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Number of Photo records 34

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Image of Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Program

Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Program

Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. Single 8-1/2" x 11" leaf folded to 4 pages. A service held at 8 AM to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy and to memorialize the victims from Hoboken. A dedication ceremony not listed on the program immediately followed the end of the program. It was for a temporary memorial installed in the park.

Image of Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Poster

Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Poster

Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. Single 8-1/2" x 11" leaf. A service held at 8 AM to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy and to memorialize the victims from Hoboken. A dedication ceremony not listed on the poster immediately followed the end of the program. It was for a temporary memorial installed in the park.

Image of Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. - Documents

Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. - Documents

Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground at the western side of Columbus Park, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. Two leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" from www.rumblestrip.org, printed on June 14, 2003. (Although printout states 3 pages, only the first two pages are present.) Recounts the dedication of a park to a victim of the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack. Centered on the Memorial Flag produced by the Glenwood Primary School of Rome, Georgia including its immediate history. The author also discusses his personal witnessing of the attack, reactions and activities with his wife, Brenda King, and others.

Image of Transcriptions of responses to weblog "This is Really Happening" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re World Trade Center disaster, Hoboken, ca. Sept. 2001. - Documents

Transcriptions of responses to weblog "This is Really Happening" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re World Trade Center disaster, Hoboken, ca. Sept. 2001. - Documents

Transcriptions of responses to weblog "This is Really Happening" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re World Trade Center disaster, Hoboken, Sept., 12, 2001. Transcription date not given. Original posting by Guglielmetti on the World Wide Web, www.rumblestrip.org. Responses undated except for one. Six leaves, 8-1/2" x 11", unpaginated, date printed not indicated. Response of Sept. 14, 2001 from Sara Giannakakis of Glenwood Primary School, Rome, Georgia; another undated from a Tina Moore, mother a child who participated in the flag project and was a volunteer and president of the Parent-Teachers Organization at the school. The rest are signed only with first names or are anonymous. From the tex

Image of Booklet: On the Waterfront: Starring Hoboken, New Jersey. A publication of the Hoboken Historical Museum, February, 2004. - Pamphlet

Booklet: On the Waterfront: Starring Hoboken, New Jersey. A publication of the Hoboken Historical Museum, February, 2004. - Pamphlet

Booklet: On the Waterfront: Starring Hoboken, New Jersey. A publication of the Hoboken Historical Museum, Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the release of the film. Hoboken, [February], 2004. Oblong pamphlet, 8" high x 9-3/4" wide. 16 pp. plus cover, illustrated. 4 copies. PDF on file. Issued for the the exhibition of the same name at the Museum, January 20 - June 3, 2004. The major portion of the contents is "Hoboken's Waterfront. An Essay by Sada Fretz." The inside back cover is a map with a list of 16 Hoboken locations used in the film with a thumbnail photo of the matching scene from the movie.

Document: Proposal by the FLOW Group, Hoboken Island Memorial Park, Hoboken September 11th Memorial Competition. 2004. - Documents

Document: Proposal by the FLOW Group, Hoboken Island Memorial Park, Hoboken September 11th Memorial Competition. 2004. Wire comb binding, clear plastic cover, with 35 8-1/2" x 11" high leaves except for one fold out chart. All leaves are un-numbered. This design firm is from Chicago. Dates within the document are mostly January and February, 2004. This proposal was not the winning project.

Image of Digital documentation image of painting "Pier A Fountain" by Frank Hanavan, 2005. - Documents

Digital documentation image of painting "Pier A Fountain" by Frank Hanavan, 2005. - Documents

Digital documentation image of painting Pier A Fountain by Frank Hanavan, 2005. Original size of painting, signed date and owner plus any other provenance is unknown. Image 2005-01. Available as TIFF, JPEG and scaled image for Museum print programs. No formal title by artist; titled as a description of the scene. See related.

Image of Program: An American Salute. A Gala Hoboken Waterfront Program. Experience The Future! Sat., Aug. 31,1985 - Program

Program: An American Salute. A Gala Hoboken Waterfront Program. Experience The Future! Sat., Aug. 31,1985 - Program

Program: An American Salute. A Gala Hoboken Waterfront Program. Experience The Future! Saturday, August 31,1985,7:00 PM, Pier A on the Hoboken Waterfront. Concert by New Jersey Symphony Orchestra plus fireworks. Excerpt from the "Welcome" on page [2]: Tonight’s show heralds the opening of Pier A for the working people of Hoboken and the general public. The concert and fireworks display this evening preview the unique cultural, recreational and entertainment experiences that will result from the development of the Hoboken waterfront. So experience the future and enjoy the show! Single folio, coverweight paper, 5-1/2" wide x 7" high, [4] pp. With: printed ticket stub (torn) from event

Image of Postal cachet, 3: N.S. Savannah. Hoboken port of call commemoratives, 1965-1966. - Commemorative

Postal cachet, 3: N.S. Savannah. Hoboken port of call commemoratives, 1965-1966. - Commemorative

Postal cachet, 3: N.S. (Nuclear Ship) Savannah. Hoboken port of call commemoratives, 1965-1966. Three in a series of commemoratives (issuing person or agency not indicated) for this unique vessel. All have inkstamped named depiction of the N.S. Savannah with text: World's First Nuclear Powered Merchant Ship. Text below image varies with description of visit. All envelopes are white paper, 3-5/8" high x 6-1/2" wide, unsealed, no content present. Inkstamp colors vary plus items from 1966 have an added inkstamp of an atom. 1: Returns to the United States, New York Harbor, 3rd Visit - Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, Feb. 18, 1965. New Jersey Tercententary 1664-1964 five-cent po

Image of Sign created by Raymond Smith for the display of the Georgia Children's Memorial Flag at City Hall, Hoboken, no date, ca. 2001. - Sign

Sign created by Raymond Smith for the display of the Georgia Children's Memorial Flag at City Hall, Hoboken, no date, ca. 2001. - Sign

Sign created by Raymond Smith for the display of the Georgia Children's Memorial Flag at City Hall, Hoboken, no date, ca. 2001. Two versions: 8" high x 5-3/4" wide print mounted on 1/4" foamcore (marked as copy A); 11" wide x 14" high unmounted and untrimmed print (marked as copy B, not imaged). The top portion is a color photograph of sixteen children (none identified) from Glenwood Primary School, Rome, Georgia, standing in front of the flag that they help to make with their handprints. Digital date in lower right corner of the photo: 9/27/01. Photographer is not identified. Location is probably Rome, Georgia. Text below the image: American Flag created by the students of Glenwood

Image of Painting: "Sunbathers." By Raymond Smith, Hoboken, 2007. - Painting

Painting: "Sunbathers." By Raymond Smith, Hoboken, 2007. - Painting

Painting: "Sunbathers." By Raymond Smith, Hoboken, (2007.) Oil on canvas, 16" x 20" high. Signed at lower right; undated. Tiffs on file. Natural wood frame as done for artist's exhibition in 2007. Scene depicts people sunbathing on grass at Pier A Park, Hoboken, with the pavillion at the river end of the pier. View is east with New York City in the background including the Empire State Building.

Image of Hard hat belonging to longshoreman Donald Red Barrett of Hoboken. N.d., used ca. 1960s-1970s. - Hat, Hard

Hard hat belonging to longshoreman Donald Red Barrett of Hoboken. N.d., used ca. 1960s-1970s. - Hat, Hard

Hard hat belonging to longshoreman Donald Red Barrett of Hoboken. No date, used ca. 1960s-1970s. Cast yellow plastic with plastic and leather fittings. "Hard Boiled" brand, E.D. Bullard Co., San Francisco; no model number found. A good example of typical headgear once worn by a union worker at the Hoboken docks. Barrett, known as "Red" Barrett, was a longtime employee at the piers (as well as a photographer who documented them and the work.) He retired sometime in the 1970s. He marked the outside with his initials: D.B. The interior also has marker lettering: Don Barrett Hoboken NJ plus his social security number (which typical of the era was likely used as his employee identification numb

Image of B+W aerial photo of the Hoboken piers looking east to Manhattan, Hoboken, Sept., 17, 1956. - Print, photographic

B+W aerial photo of the Hoboken piers looking east to Manhattan, Hoboken, Sept., 17, 1956. - Print, photographic

Black-and-white aerial photo of the southern Hoboken piers looking east to Manhattan, Hoboken, September, 17, 1956. 8" x 10" wide print. Printed & typed label on reverse. Photo taken by the Port Authority of New York Authority. Date taken, September 17, 1956, Negative no. TP-958, Hoboken Port Authority Piers, Aerial, Altitude - 800 feet, Time - P.M. The view of Hoboken covers the new Piers A, B and C. Manhattan vista includes the Empire State Building. ---- black / white / aerial / pier / piers / view east /

Image of Image: color transparency of several longshoremen standing  in the hold of a ship moored on the south side of Pier A, Hoboken, May, 1979. - Transparency, Slide

Image: color transparency of several longshoremen standing in the hold of a ship moored on the south side of Pier A, Hoboken, May, 1979. - Transparency, Slide

Image: mounted 35mm color transparency of several longshoremen standing on cargo in the hold of a ship moored on the south side of Port Authority Pier 3 (now Pier A), Hoboken, May, 1979. The photographer was Donald "Red" Barrett. Barrett was employed as a longshoreman on the Hoboken piers. The Museum does not own the original. A digital scan and color reference print are on file. The vessel and men are not identified. The view is on board the vessel to the southwest. The back of the Main Post Office in the right background and to the left is the Hoboken Land Improvement Company Building.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of the "Leviathan" docked at the Hoboken piers, Hoboken, September 20, 1920. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the "Leviathan" docked at the Hoboken piers, Hoboken, September 20, 1920. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of the "Leviathan" docked at the Hoboken piers, Hoboken, September 20, 1920. 11" x 14" print plus the printed caption formerly tipped-on the front bottom. Photographers: Underwood & Underwood. Caption: (headline) No Bidder for Leviathan Rusting at Dock; (text) The world's second largest steamship, formerly the German line "Vaterland," which carried more American troops than any other vessel, is seen sunk in the mud at her Hoboken dock. Misguided newpaper clamor blocked her sale for $3,500,000. It would cost $8,000,000 to fit her for passenger service, and no purchaser can be found by the U.S. Shipping Board. The liner was confiscated from the Hamburg-America Line. Due

Image of Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. 4" x 7" wide print. Photo processing date, March 4, 1999. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank except for processor's imprinting. View is looking east-southeast. One of a series of 11 photos taken on this date.

Image of Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. 4" x 7" wide print. Photo processing date, March 4, 1999. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank except for processor's imprinting. View is looking east-southeast. One of a series of 11 photos taken on this date.

Image of Color index print of 25 photos of construction progress on Pier A park, Hoboken, 1998. - Print, Photographic

Color index print of 25 photos of construction progress on Pier A park, Hoboken, 1998. - Print, Photographic

Color index print of 25 photos of construction progress on Pier A park, Hoboken, 1998. 4" x 7" wide print. Photo processing date, October 20, 1998. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank. The print shows how the images were cropped and printed. All 25 individual images are present as prints and are catalogued in the photo catalog: 2003.057.0026 to 2003.057.0051. Seventeen were cropped and printed as panoramic images.

Image of Color photo of sink for washing fish on north side of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1998. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of sink for washing fish on north side of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1998. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of sink for washing fish on north side of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1998. 4" x 7" wide print. Photo processing date, November 17, 1998. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank except for processor's imprinting.

Image of Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of an elevated view of construction progress of Pier A Park, Hoboken, 1999. 4" x 7" wide print. Photo processing date, March 4, 1999. Photographer not indicated. Reverse is blank except for processor's imprinting. View is looking east-southeast. One of a series of 11 photos taken on this date.