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Name Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop
Details Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington, Hoboken. Established 1930. Bought 1989 by Carlo's Bakery (412 Adams St., Hoboken) and renamed Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop.
Number of Archive records 4
Number of Object records 2
Number of Library records 0
Number of Photo records 5

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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 Business card: Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St., Hoboken, (2006). - Card, Trade

Business card: Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St., Hoboken, (2006). - Card, Trade

Business card: Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St., Hoboken, (2006). Thermographically printed card, 2" x 3-1/2" Schoning's before the mid-1990's.

Image of Article: Mayo, Lynch is Bullish on Hoboken. By Donald DeMaio, Center for Analysis of Public Issues, Princeton, N.J. Feb. 1977. - Documents

Article: Mayo, Lynch is Bullish on Hoboken. By Donald DeMaio, Center for Analysis of Public Issues, Princeton, N.J. Feb. 1977. - Documents

Article: Mayo, Lynch is Bullish on Hoboken. By Donald DeMaio, Center for Analysis of Public Issues, Princeton, N.J. Article appeared in New Jersey Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 9, February 1977. Five leaves, [9] pages with photographs. Digital images. Reference copy on file. PDF on file. Discusses relationship of architecture and engineering firm Mayo, Lynch with City of Hoboken and individuals within and outside the government. Projects discussed include the Model Cities program, Community Development Agency, Sewerage Authority. Includes mention of Hoboken Environment Committee and Center for Municipal Studies and Services, Stevens Institute of Technology. Also mentioned are several business

Article: Mayo, Lynch is Bullish on Hoboken. By Donald DeMaio, Center for Analysis of Public Issues, Princeton, N.J. Feb. 1977. - Magazine

Article: Mayo, Lynch is Bullish on Hoboken. By Donald DeMaio, Center for Analysis of Public Issues, Princeton, N.J. Article published in New Jersey Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 9, February 1977. Five leaves, [9] pages with photographs. See archives 2006.052.0020 for images of article. Discusses relationship of architecture and engineering firm Mayo, Lynch with City of Hoboken and individuals within and outside the government. Projects discussed include the Model Cities program, Community Development Agency, Sewerage Authority. Includes mention of Hoboken Environment Committee and Center for Municipal Studies and Services, Stevens Institute of Technology. Also mentioned are several businesses

Image of 1985 wall calendar of Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop. - Calendar

1985 wall calendar of Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop. - Calendar

1985 wall calendar from Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St, Hoboken NJ. Upper portion is molded die-cut cardboard of two black scottie dogs looking through window of a mushroom house. This business was sold and renovated ca. 1988. It is now Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop.

Image of Wall pockets imprinted, with calendars: Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St. Hoboken, N.J. 1980 & 1981. - Calendar

Wall pockets imprinted, with calendars: Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St. Hoboken, N.J. 1980 & 1981. - Calendar

Wall pockets with calendars imprinted: Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St. Hoboken, N.J. 1980 and 1981. Vinyl plastic over cardboard, 5-1/2" wide x 8-3/4" high x 1-3/4" deep; clear plastic pocket on front with printed calendar sheets inserted (calendars are pads of 12 leaves.) The version from 1980 is red vinyl and 1981 is black. Both are imprinted in dull gold on the vinyl backboard below the hang hole. Other text: "Party Cakes Our Specialty"and below address "(Directly opposite City Hall)". From the former Kostelecky family residence and business at 218 Bloomfield St., Hoboken.

Image of B+W photo of Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop float in Hoboken Centennial celebration parade on Washington St. near 1st St., Hoboken, 1955. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop float in Hoboken Centennial celebration parade on Washington St. near 1st St., Hoboken, 1955. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop float in Hoboken Centennial celebration parade on Washington St. near 1st St., Hoboken, March 1955. 3-1/2" x 5-13/16" wide print. Reverse is blank. Schoning's has signage noting it is their 25th anniversary and Hoboken's 100th Birthday. Float is a multi-tiered wedding cake with a woman seated at the front. Goodman's Haberdashery in background at left. It is being towed by a Jeep. There is police officer in foreground with his back to camera.

Image of Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. 4" x 6" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. People are not identified. View is looking northeast from City Hall to First and Washington Street to the southeast corner of First and Washington Streets. Beer signs can been seen in the window of the bar then at that location, Good'n'Plenty. At the right background is Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop.

Image of Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of supporters of mayoral candidate Tom Vezzetti in front of City Hall on election night, Hoboken, [June 11, 1985]. 4" x 6" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse is blank. People are not identified. View is looking northeast from City Hall to the east side of Washington Street between Newark and First Streets. In the center background is Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop with K. & K. Fruits and Vegetables to the right of it.

Image of B+W negative photo of the 1955 Hoboken Centennial Parade, Washington St., Hoboken, March 1955. - Negative, Roll Film

B+W negative photo of the 1955 Hoboken Centennial Parade, Washington St., Hoboken, March 1955. - Negative, Roll Film

Black-and-white negative photo of the 1955 Hoboken Centennial Parade, Washington St., Hoboken, March 1955. 120 format negative. Photographer is not indicated, but is probably Eleanor Willington or family. None of the individuals are identified. The view is looking west. A float from Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop with a multi-tiered birthday cake with candles is passing by. Lettering notes it was Schoning's twenty-fifth anniversary. The float is going south in the 200 block of Washington St. In the background is Tuder Market at 216 Washington St. One of a group of 12 negatives from this source of images taken at the Sunday, March 27,1955 parade. Digital reference print on file.

Image of Color photo of Red Apple New York-Hoboken bus on Washington St. at Newark St., Hoboken, May 17, 1987.  - Transparency, Slide

Color photo of Red Apple New York-Hoboken bus on Washington St. at Newark St., Hoboken, May 17, 1987. - Transparency, Slide

Color photograph of Red Apple New York-Hoboken bus on Washington Street at Newark Street, Hoboken, May 17, 1987. 35mm Kodachrome slide transparency. Photographer not indicated. Mount marked: Bus, Hoboken NJ 5-17-87; processor's date: Jun 87. View is northeast with some business storefronts visible on the east side of Washington: K & K Fruit & Vegetable Farm, 93 Washington St.; Schoning's City Hall Bake Shop, 95 Washington St. Visible above the bus at First and Washington is Washington Savings Bank. The bus is heading south to Hoboken Terminal even though the destination sign reads "New York." It has an apple-shaped shield sign on the front with the price of the ride: $1 (one dollar.