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Name School No. 8
Details North side of Seventh Street between Adams and Jefferson Streets, Hoboken. Also known as Sadie Leinkauf School.
Number of Archive records 8
Number of Object records 1
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 7

Associated Records

Image of Newspaper clipping re 50th Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. John G. Stasse, 715 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, April 27, 1957. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping re 50th Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. John G. Stasse, 715 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, April 27, 1957. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping about the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. John G. Stasse, 715 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, April 27, 1957, from the Hudson Dispatch of that date. They lived across the street from 716 Bloomfield Street, the home of Florence and Madeline Miller. Per article: Mrs. Stasse came to Hoboken as a child, graduated from Hoboken High School (now Demarest High School [in 1957]), studied at the Teachers' Training School, Hoboken. Taught fourth and fifth grades at School No. 8. Mr. Stasse is an architect in New York with offices in the Flatiron Building and is in partnership with the firm Stasse and Caulfield, architect and engineer, Hoboken. He was on the planning board of t

Image of Program for Graduating Exercises of the Hoboken Grammar Schools, Friday, January 31st, 1919. - Program

Program for Graduating Exercises of the Hoboken Grammar Schools, Friday, January 31st, 1919. - Program

Program for Graduating Exercises of the Hoboken Grammar Schools, School Number One Auditorium, Friday, January 31st, 1919. Single 9" high x 12" leaf folded to [4] pages. Includes list of the graduates from Schools No. 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 9.

Image of Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. - Documents

Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. - Documents

Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson, Clara Fielner Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. All notes or captions are holographic ink by Thomas Godson. Folder 1: autograph letter signed by Thomas Godson of May 1, 1999 to Robert Foster re enclosed materials donated to the museum. Plus his business card. Folder 2: photocopy of photo, no date, ca. 1888-80 of a class photo from School No. 1, Hoboken with Josephine Barck identified as first person on the right in the front row. Holographic ink note by donor: My grandmother Feilner was Josephine Barck in this picture born in 1870. She is the right end of 1st row. Only info on back of picture

Image of Album: Kindergarten, Mary Pascatore [Mildred Marion "Mollie" Pescatore], School No. 8., [Hoboken], no date, (1915-16). - Album

Album: Kindergarten, Mary Pascatore [Mildred Marion "Mollie" Pescatore], School No. 8., [Hoboken], no date, (1915-16). - Album

Album: Kindergarten, Mary Pascatore [Mildred Marion "Mollie" Pescatore], School No. 8., [Hoboken], no date, (1915-16). Twelve leaves (plus front cover), 8-1/4" high x 8" wide, with mounted examples of school work. Unbound: evidence of a former two-hole stab binding at the left margin, probably with string or yarn. Collated as received. All leaves and enclosures are imaged, some rotated for convenience. Leaves are unnumbered. Leaf image is numbered for location purposes only. Donor explained that she was often called "Mary" at school and later, "Mollie." See biography.

Image of Program for Hoboken Grammar School Graduation Ceremony, January 31, 1919. - Program

Program for Hoboken Grammar School Graduation Ceremony, January 31, 1919. - Program

Graduating Exercises of the Hoboken Grammar Schools. School Number One Auditorium, Friday Afternoon, January, Thirty-first, Nineteen Hundred Nineteen, Three-thirty O'clock. Single folio, 6" wide x 9" high. [4] pp. Lists Grammar School graduates from schools numbered: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 9. Note that an Albert Leonard Zorn was a graduate of School No. 1. He graduated four years later from Hoboken High School in the February Class of 1923 (yearbook is archives 2008.012.0070.) The High School was then four years. Note also that A.J. Demarest was the Superintendent of Schools.

Transcript of interview of Marie Totaro by Pat Samperi, June 11, 2008 - Transcript

Transcript of interview of Marie Totaro by Pat Samperi, June 11, 2008 for the Hoboken Historical Museum Oral History Project. Two volumes of facsimile typescript with plastic strip binding and clear covers. Typescript is double-spaced. Location of original is not indicated. Location of tapes is not indicated. Transcriber is not identified. Volume 1: Tape 1, side 1. Pages [1-1] to 1-54; Tape 1, side 2. Pages 1-54 to 1-116. Volume 2: Tape 2, side 1. Pages [2-1] to 2-98 Interview took place at Marine View Plaza, Hoboken. Many topics; especially rich background on Saint Ann's Feast as well as growing up in Hoboken.

Image of Report of the Board Education, Hoboken, 1917. - Report

Report of the Board Education, Hoboken, 1917. - Report

Financial Statement and Annual Report of the Board of Education of the School District of the City of Hoboken, New Jersey. 1917. Softcover, disbound. pp. 78 including index. A wealth of information about schools and the organization for the period. Index on pages 77-78. Published names include graduates of all schools and classes; principals, teachers and employees are listed including date of appointment (some going back to the 1870s) and their addresses.

Transcript of interview of Michael "Brother" Yaccarino by Robert Foster, (Hoboken), June 6 & 25, 2007. - Transcript

Transcript of interview of Michael "Brother" Yaccarino by Robert Foster, June 6 & 25, 2007 for the Hoboken Historical Museum Oral History Project. Facsimile typescript with plastic strip binding and clear covers, 64 pages. Two copies. Typescript is double-spaced. Location of original tapes and number of them and original typescript is not indicated (Hoboken Public Library is presumed location.) Transcriber is not identified. Location where interview took place was not given, but was apparently in Hoboken. Yaccarino was the son of Joe "Biggie" Yaccarino who founded Biggie's Clam Bar, Hoboken. "Brother" discusses his involvement in the business and family life in Hoboken from the 1940s

Image of Postcard: New Public School No. 8, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Oct. 15, 1907. - Postcard

Postcard: New Public School No. 8, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Oct. 15, 1907. - Postcard

Postcard: New Public School No. 8, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Oct. 15, 1907. Divided back. No publisher indicated. Stock number 17956. View is looking northwest at the corner of Seventh and Adams Streets. Saint Anne's Church is at the left.

Image of We Were Downtown: Recollections of Marie Totaro. - Pamphlet

We Were Downtown: Recollections of Marie Totaro. - Pamphlet

We Were Downtown: Recollections of Marie Totaro. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2009. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [iv], 32 plus cover. Ten copies. Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Twentieth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum with support from John Wiley & Sons. Interview conducted by Pat Samperi in Hoboken on June 11, July 9 and October 8, 2007. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library and Hoboken Historical Museum.

Image of Black-and-white photocopy of photo of Frank Ratti, Mary Ratti and Anthony Ratti with a pony outside School No. 8, 700 Adams St., Hoboken, 1925. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photocopy of photo of Frank Ratti, Mary Ratti and Anthony Ratti with a pony outside School No. 8, 700 Adams St., Hoboken, 1925. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photocopy of photo of Frank Ratti, Mary Ratti and Anthony Ratti with a pony outside School No. 8, 700 Adams St., Hoboken, 1925. Anthony is on the horse. Per Robert Foster: 11" x 17" photocopy sheets with 15 photographs copied front and back of Hoboken residents in the 1940's; the original photos were lost by the donor after the photocopies were made.

Image of Color photo of relief-lettered sign on building: School No. 8; on The Citadel, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of relief-lettered sign on building: School No. 8; on The Citadel, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of relief-lettered sign on building: School No. 8, Erected A.D. 1903; on The Citadel, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. 4" x 6" print. Reverse is blank. The building is a condominium apartment building. Photograph copyright by Jean-Paul Picard. This image in jpeg format is on a compact disk-read only under archives catalog 2002.220.

Image of Color photo of marquee sign for The Citadel, 450 Seventh St.; at School No. 8, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of marquee sign for The Citadel, 450 Seventh St.; at School No. 8, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. - Print, Photographic

Color photo of marquee sign for The Citadel, 450 Seventh St.; at School No. 8, Seventh St. between Adams & Jefferson Sts., Hoboken, Jan. 3 & 4, 2002. 4" x 6" print. Reverse is blank. The building is a condominium apartment building. The logo was adapted from a design of Jean-Paul Picard. Photograph copyright by Jean-Paul Picard. This image in jpeg format is on a compact disk-read only under archives catalog 2002.220.

Image of B+W photo of kindergarten at Sadie F.Leinkauf School with Miss Francke & Miss Marrotta, Hoboken, 1958. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of kindergarten at Sadie F.Leinkauf School with Miss Francke & Miss Marrotta, Hoboken, 1958. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of kindergarten at Sadie F.Leinkauf School (School No. 8) with Miss Francke & Miss Marrotta, Hoboken, 1958. 3-1/2" high x 5" wide print. Photographer was Pam Roland (Miller). Reverse has only processor's number: 274. Donor's identification notes are imaged with this print. The woman on the left is Miss Francke, the one on the right Miss Marrotta.

Image of B+W photo of Sadie F. Leinkauf School graduating class, Hoboken, June 23, 1954. - Print, Photographic

B+W photo of Sadie F. Leinkauf School graduating class, Hoboken, June 23, 1954. - Print, Photographic

Black-and-white photo of graduating class at Sadie F. Leinkauf School (School No. 8), Seventh and Adams Streets, Hoboken, June 23, 1954. Circa 8" x 10" digital inkjet reproduction print with a facsimile reproduction (photocopy) of reverse being an identification key to the student and teachers; also photographer's credit, Terminal Photo Studio, Hoboken. The class photo is posed on the stage and students (with three adults, teachers and/or adminstrators) are holding their diplomas (embossed porfolios.) Donor Carmine Calabrese is seated fifth from the left. People are identified from donor's key which was not fully legible. Front row, seated, from the left: Cherichella, Rose (or Rosa

Image of B+W photos, 6, of procession during Feast of the Madonna Dei Martiri; at St. Ann Church, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1935-1937. - Photograph

B+W photos, 6, of procession during Feast of the Madonna Dei Martiri; at St. Ann Church, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1935-1937. - Photograph

Black-and-white photos, six, of a procession during the Feast of the Madonna Dei Martiri; most at or near Saint Ann's Church, Seventh and Jefferson Streets, Hoboken, no date, circa 1935-1937. Original print size and photographer not indicated. People are not identified. Digital image files only; low resolution. Tiffs media archive. Photo 1: procession of statue on unstated street, probably Seventh St. Note sailors at left and right in Navy or Coast Guard uniforms; cobblestone paved street. Photo 2: a night view of the procession with street decoration lighted; note sailor. Photo 3: night view of crowd on the east side of Jefferson Street (near Seventh) across from the entrance o

Image of Sepia-tone group photo of 8th grade graduation class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at right, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1910. - Photograph

Sepia-tone group photo of 8th grade graduation class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at right, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1910. - Photograph

Sepia-tone group photograph of eighth grade graduating class of School No. 8; Rose Beck seated at far right, Hoboken, no date, circa 1910. Beck lived at 600 Monroe St. Other people identified by donor Edward Jaxel (grandson of Rose): Teacher - Miss McHale ( the older woman standing at the center); Principal - Mr. Talbot (standing at the left). Rose and some other girls hold bouquets or small sprays of flowers. All students hold their rolled diplomas. Two boys seated on the floor in the front support a "No.8" school pennant. Digital image only. Original scanned 2014 from 9" x 12-1/2" wide print on trimmed photographer's mount. Reverse blank. Photo taken by W. Manewal with credit in