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Image of Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, 1981. - Poster

Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, 1981. - Poster

Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, October 4, 1981. 12" wide x 18" high folded to 6" x 9". Printed both sides, illustrated with photos, map. Three copies. Ten stops on the tour including seven residences. A benefit for the Hoboken Environment Committee. See search terms for addresses or names of buildings on tour. Text of the descriptions is in notes.

Image of Map of Hoboken. Issued by First Jersey National Bank, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1976-1983. - Map

Map of Hoboken. Issued by First Jersey National Bank, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1976-1983. - Map

Map of Hoboken. Issued by First Jersey National Bank, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1976-1983. 17-3/8" wide x 22-1/2" high, folded to ca. 4-1/2" wide x 7-1/2" high. Two copies. See archives 2012.016.0003 for a fully imaged copy. The map side is a simple map of the city with a key at the bottom along with a photograph of the bank building, a modern concrete structure at 1 Firehouse Plaza, Second and Hudson Sts. Fire house no. 1 and Fire Headquarters were once at this location. There is a plaque commemorating such inside the Hudson St. lobby. Due to bank mergers, Fleet Bank is the current bank that is here [as of 2012, it had become a Bank of America branch.] The reverse side has six images of Ho

Image of Printed view of a color postcard of Hudson Street looking north between First and Second Sts., Hoboken, 1914 or earlier. - Print

Printed view of a color postcard of Hudson Street looking north between First and Second Sts., Hoboken, 1914 or earlier. - Print

Printed view of a color postcard of Hudson Street looking north between First and Second Sts., Hoboken, 1914 or earlier. 5-1/8" wide x 7-5/8" wide, top edge tipped-on 8" x 10" stiff paper. Reverse of print is blank. Printed caption at bottom notes the Empire Theatre at the left with the Fire Department Headquarters beyond it on the same side: the shorter building with flag pole. It also noted that the original postcard used for this image was postmarked 1914. Source of print, where printed and when is not given.

Image of Five-page word-processor letter, signed, from Joseph J. Finnerty to Museum with reminiscences of Hoboken, Scottsdale, AZ, 2004. - Letter

Five-page word-processor letter, signed, from Joseph J. Finnerty to Museum with reminiscences of Hoboken, Scottsdale, AZ, 2004. - Letter

Five-page word-processor letter, signed, from Joseph J. Finnerty to Museum with reminiscences of Hoboken, Scottsdale, AZ, April 29, 2004. Five 8-1/2" x 11" leaves, laser printed one side. Finnerty has titled his pages "Store of Memories." His childhood memories from the 1930's and 1940's when his family lived at 807 Washington and later 825 Washington St. (He turned 21 in 1948 so he was born in 1927, graduated from Demarest High School probably about 1945, attended Stevens Institute after high school; member of the Chi Phi fraternity.) He mentions a number of candy, ice cream and soda shops: Schnackenberg's, Shortmeyer's (predecessor of Abel's), Abel's, Umlands, Kidorf's Drug Store,

Image of Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) - Map

Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) - Map

Plan and Profile of Grand Street from the Northerly Line of First Street to the Southerly Line of Second Street, (Hoboken, 1867.) Ink on paper. Approx. 29-1/4" wide x 21-1/2" high. PDF on file. Filed March 21, 1867. John Kennedy, City Clerk. William Hexamer, City Surveyor. Blue pencil notation: No. 212 Soiled and worn.

Image of Article: "Hoboken: Portrait of a Sick City" in newspaper, PM, vol 1, no. 40, New York, Monday, August 12, 1940. - Newspaper

Article: "Hoboken: Portrait of a Sick City" in newspaper, PM, vol 1, no. 40, New York, Monday, August 12, 1940. - Newspaper

Article: "Hoboken: Portrait of a Sick City" in newspaper, PM, vol 1, no. 40, New York, Monday, August 12, 1940. Photo and article mentioned on cover; article covers full pages from 12 to 19 (the newspaper did not accept advertising.) Article written by James A. Wechsler and illustrated with photographs taken by staff photographer Margaret Bourke-White except for an aerial and two file photos. It is also available on one DVD-R disk in TIFF format. Topics included: Mayor Bernard N. McFeely; Hoboken government including corruption and intimidation; 1939 election and Fusion ticket; welfare and relief; public health; condition of housing; aerial photo of Hoboken by Fairchild Aerial Survey,

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 Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. Herald Tribune newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., destroying Mayor McFeely's home & other buildings. - Documents

Digital images of Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. Herald Tribune newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., destroying Mayor McFeely's home & other buildings. - Documents

Digital images of Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. Herald Tribune newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., Hoboken between First and Second Sts. Mayor Bernard N. McFeely's home at 117 was among the ones destroyed. Circa 8 column inches plus photo (credited to Acme) of the fire printed with article. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital images of Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. World-Telegram newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., destroying Mayor McFeely's home & other buildings. - Documents

Digital images of Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. World-Telegram newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., destroying Mayor McFeely's home & other buildings. - Documents

Digital images of Jan. 2, 1940 N.Y. World-Telegram newsclipping re Jan. 1 fire on Harrison St., Hoboken between First and Second Sts. Mayor Bernard N. McFeely's home at 117 was among the ones destroyed. Circa 13 column inches. Ink notation credits clipping as from N.Y. Sun, but by-line states World-Telegram. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Cobblestone Street Repaired; Damaged by contractor building bank. Jersey Journal, Nov. 15, 1976. Photo of Councilman Robert A. Ranieri examining one of the cobblestones that would be replaced on Court Street. The First Jersey Bank with drive through banking plus parking lot were being constructed at the southwest corner of Second and Hudson Streets. Site was renamed 1 Firehouse Plaza. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image: Assessment for the re-assessment of Improvements on Jackson St. between First & Second Sts., August 16, 1876. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for the re-assessment of Improvements on Jackson St. between First & Second Sts., August 16, 1876. - Form

Digital image: Assessment for the re-assessment of Improvements on Jackson Street between First and Second Streets, August 16, 1876. Bills numbered 9 & 10 to David Brown (note: reverse has his name and Philadelphia address) for Block 26, Lots nos. 26 and 25. Bill from the Office of the Collector of Revenue, City Hall, 97 Washington St. Andrew Krollman, Collector of Revenue.

Image of Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No.16, October 1977.

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Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No.16, October 1977. - Magazine

Time Machine Magazine, Hoboken, N.J.; No. 16, October, 1977. Booklet, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high, 24 pp., illustrated. Published by Jim Hans. Volume 2 issue. Features 21 photographs by Virginia Rolston. Plus short articles about Dorothea Lange and Alfred Stieglitz

Dues and Record Book, 1962-1966, Ladies Missionary Society of the Reformed Church of Hoboken. - Book, Record

Dues and Record Book, 1962-1966, Ladies Missionary Society of the Reformed Church of Hoboken (German Evangelical Lutheran Church), Organized March 1927, Book # March 1962. Hoboken. Hardcover journal. First eight pages concerns membership and dues from 1962-1966. Dos-a-dos at back of volume are 17 pages of records of receipts and expenses. German Evangelical Lutheran Church was at Second and Garden St.

Dues (Record) Book, 1964, Ladies Aid Society / Tabitha Verein, Reformed Church of Hoboken. - Book, Record

Dues (Record) Book, 1964, Ladies Aid Society / Tabitha Verein, Reformed Church of Hoboken (German Evangelical Lutheran Church). Hardcover journal. Entries page 1-14 and 195. German Evangelical Lutheran Church was at Second and Garden St.

Dues Record Book, Tabitha Verein, 1913-1933, [German Evangelical Lutheran Church]. - Book, Record

Dues Record Book, Tabitha Verein, 1913-1933, [German Evangelical Lutheran Church]. Hardcover journal, 152 pages. Page 2 is 1913; page 145 is 1932-1933.

Image of Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. - Poster

Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. - Poster

Broadside poster: Sale at Auction of an Elegant Residence at Hoboken. March 6, 1866. Single sheet 14" wide x 21" high. Auctioneer was Adrian H. Muller of P.R. Wilkins & Co. of New York. Auction was to be held at 111 Broadway, N.Y. Street plan shows the property on west side of Hudson Street between First and Second Streets, Nos. 65-66 (old street numbers). It was a three-story brownstone house built in 1860 at a cost of $27,500 by the late John Shotwell for his own use; the architect was Thomas R. Jackson. Stable is shown for the house as on the west side of Court Street. Recently painted and redecorated by Woodward & Pierce. The auction was necessary "as the present owner is about le

Image of Postcard: Washington St., North from 2nd St., Hoboken, N.J. No date, ca.1907-1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Washington St., North from 2nd St., Hoboken, N.J. No date, ca.1907-1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Washington Street, North from 2nd [Second] Street, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1907-1914. Published by Souvenir Post Card Company. No. P-1649

Image of Postcard: Washington St. looking N. from City Hall, Hoboken, N.J. N.d., ca. 1907-1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Washington St. looking N. from City Hall, Hoboken, N.J. N.d., ca. 1907-1914. - Postcard

Postcard: Washington Street looking N[orth]. from [Hoboken] City Hall, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1907-1914. Published by Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd, New York. Printed in Great Britain. No. 207, 810 View is north from Newark St.

Image of Sepia-tone of Hoboken firemen marching in Washington St. parade looking north to Second St., Hoboken, ca. 1900-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone of Hoboken firemen marching in Washington St. parade looking north to Second St., Hoboken, ca. 1900-1905. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone of Hoboken firemen marching in a parade on Washington Street looking north to Second Street, Hoboken, circa 1900-1905. Original photo on captioned mount as received. View is northeast. As dated by Jim Hans: not earlier than 1909, circa 1915. But note in background: Henry Bishop, Awnings, 129 Washington St. By circa 1907 this was Billington & Bishop. Photo was once property of Jack O'Brien of Hoboken.