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Name Sixth St.
Number of Archive records 56.0
Number of Object records 43.0
Number of Library records 4.0
Number of Photo records 96.0

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Image of Digital image, document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. - Policy, Insurance

Digital image, document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. - Policy, Insurance

Digital image, printed document: Insurance policy for Hoboken School No. 4, 1896. Holographic ink entries in printed form from Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Company of Hamburg & Bremen. Includes tipped-on " Lightning Clause. "

Image of Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor. - Documents

Digital images of Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping describing the 1947 inauguration of Fred M. De Sapio as Mayor, parade and street celebrations; includes a list of the Mayors of Hoboken.No source, ca. May 1947. Titled: Inaugural Most Colorful in City's History. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. - Documents

Digital image of newsclipping: Stevens' seed sprouts into school. Hudson Dispatch, July 10, 1979. Discuss founding of Mustard Seed Christian School. In 1866 Edwin Stevens deeded land at Sixth St. and Park Avenue to German Evangelical Church and loaned church money to build a parochial school. In 1979 the Community Church of Hoboken was converting the building back to a parochial school. It was used for a time by Stevens Hoboken Academy. HOPES occupied it from July 1966 to 1968-69. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

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 Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. - Brochure

Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. - Brochure

Brochure for the Union Club, 6th and Hudson Sts, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1950. Single leaf, 8-3/16" high x 10-5/8" wide, folded twice to 3-5/8" wide. Printed in color one side; black-and-white on the other side. A commercial establishment at 600 Hudson Street had three bars, various dining and meeting rooms plus a ballroom with a stage and scenery for events and social functions. It had been operated as stated since July 1, 1935 by the Sampieri family who also updated the facilities. Current management was Joseph Sampieri, General Manager and Charles J. Cerutti, Manager. The Club was built in the 19th century as the Deutscher or German Club. Images seen include: exterior of the building;

Image of Souvenir journal (program) for 1st Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for 1st Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for First Annual Dance of the Turk's S[ocial]. & A[thletic]. Club, Hoboken, March 2, 1940. Booklet, 6" x 9" high, [12] pp. plus cover; lacking first leaf with pages [1-2]. Numerous ink and pencil notations in list of boosters. This copy may have belonged to a Frank Baragona. Event was held at Crystal Ballroom, 6th & Jefferson St., Hoboken. Featured Eddy Henckler and His Famous Orchestra. The Club sponsored a Football Team which has a members list on pg [5]. Several pages of advertisements plus five pages of boosters which has many people listed with their nicknames. Location of the club is not given, but it was possibly at 404 Madison St. (see top ad on pg [5]

Image of Souvenir journal (program) for 2nd Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 8, 1941. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for 2nd Annual Dance of the Turk's S. & A. Club, Hoboken, March 8, 1941. - Program

Souvenir journal (program) for Second Annual Dance of the Turk's S[ocial]. & A[thletic]. Club, Hoboken, March 8, 1941. Booklet, 6" x 9" high, [12] pp. plus cover with text on inside back cover. Numerous ink and pencil notations; apparently used for organizing this event or the next year's event. This copy may have belonged to a Frank Baragona. Event was held at Crystal Ballroom, 6th & Jefferson St., Hoboken. Featured Eddy Henckler and His Famous Orchestra. The Club sponsored a Football Team which has a members list on pg [8]. Several pages of advertisements and 3 pages plus the inside back cover with boosters which has many people listed with their nicknames. Location of the club is not g

Image of Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904 with plot plan of 511 Park and 508 or 510 Garden St. - Documents

Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904 with plot plan of 511 Park and 508 or 510 Garden St. - Documents

Billhead of John Runton & Son, Carpenters and Builders, Corner 10th and Clinton Streets, Hoboken, dated September 9, 1904. Reverse is blank. Printed form with sepia-ink and pencil drawings and notes. Not stated who made the diagram; presumably done by Runton or son. It is probable that this item was part of a larger group of related documents which are no longer together. A diagram of property at 511 Park Avenue made from measurements taken by a Mr. Dunn. The property owner was Mr. Robinson. It included the contiguous lot on Garden Street (street number not given, it could have been 508 or 510) which belonged to a Mr. Martin. According to this document, the rear five feet of each proper

Image of Postcard announcement: Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth & Garden Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 2, 2006 - Postcard

Postcard announcement: Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth & Garden Sts., Hoboken, Dec. 2, 2006 - Postcard

Postcard announcement: To the Ploughboy: Songs of Harvest & Thanksgiving. Cantigas Women's Choir, Community Church, Sixth and Garden Streets, Hoboken, December 2, 2006.

Image of Sepia-tone photo of view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Sepia-tone photo of view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. Copy photo.

Image of Hand-colored copy of photo view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Hand-colored copy of photo view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. - Print, Photographic

Hand-colored copy of photo view looking north on Washington Street from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1892. Color photocopy. View is same as archives 2007.040.1700, being hand-colored view from a black-and-white version; publication source not given.

Image of Photo of Washington St. looking north from Fifth to Sixth Sts., Hoboken, circa 1873-1879. - Print, Photographic

Photo of Washington St. looking north from Fifth to Sixth Sts., Hoboken, circa 1873-1879. - Print, Photographic

Photo of Washington Street looking north from Fifth to Sixth Streets, Hoboken, circa 1873-1879. Black-and-white copy photo of a printed photo, source not indicated. MPP image is colored. View is north. Hamann & Sieberg, German Apothecary (also Drugs and Chemicals), 500 Washington St. (new number), was established in 1873. Naegeli's Hotel, 502-504 (new numbers), dates back prior to 1870; later moved to Third and Hudson Streets.

Image of Color postcard: Washington Street North from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1908.
 - Postcard

Color postcard: Washington Street North from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1908. - Postcard

Color postcard: Washington Street North from Fifth Street, Hoboken, circa 1908. Published by Brooklyn Post Card (Gard) Co., Inc., New York.

Image of Newsclipping:  ...with Mike Ill. Notice about Hoboken Arts & Music Festival performance., Sept., 1999. - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping: ...with Mike Ill. Notice about Hoboken Arts & Music Festival performance., Sept., 1999. - Clipping, Newspaper

Newsclipping: ...with Mike Ill. Newspaper not identified., circa late September, 1999. (notation on reverse of Sept. 23, 1999; notes on item are believed to be by Ill [cataloguer's notes: name "Ill"is "ill" not roman numeral three.) Photo of Ill in performance make-up. About appearance by former sweet lizard member Mike Ill at Hoboken Arts & Music Festival, September 26 [it would have been a Sunday] at the First and Washington Streets stage and the Sixth Street Stage. Mentions his current album, "The Seduction of Sarah Sahonie." Notes other performace date at One Shot Cabaret at the Liquid Lounge, 936 Park Ave., Hoboken on Sept. 30th.

Image of Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, 6th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, 2007-2008. - Brochure

Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, 6th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, 2007-2008. - Brochure

Brochure: Three Season Chamber Music performed at Community Church of Hoboken, Sixth and Garden Streets, Hoboken, 2007-2008. Single sheet printed two sides, 8-1/2" x 11" wide folded to 3-9/16" wide. Three copies. The Manhattan String Quartet Linda Larson, soprano The Waterville Trio

Image of Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. - Periodical

Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. - Periodical

Periodical: The Tatler, Volume II, No. 7, March 1908. Published Monthly at the Hoboken High School. Price per Copy Five Cents. Pamphlet, 5-3/8" wide x 8-7/8" high, 16 pages. Cover artwork depicts the The Martha Institute at Sixth and Garden Streets where the High School was located for several decades up to 1911. This copy has name of Florence Miller inscribed by her on the cover. She is known to have attended high school at the Academy of the Sacred Heart from which she graduated in 1909.

Image of Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell with caption relating her connection to Hoboken. - Print

Lithographic color portrait of Lillian Russell, no date, circa 1890-1900; mounted on leaf with 1990's caption by Jim Hans detailing Russell's relationship to Hoboken. Print 6-3/8" x 9" high; source of image not indicated, but apparently a later printing of a late 19th century painting of Russell. It appears only to illustrate the caption and was not intended to depict her as she may have appeared in Hoboken. Printed caption by Hans: Lillian Russell, the world famous actress and singer during the later part of the 19th and early 20th Century, was married in Hoboken in 1885. She was married, again in Hoboken in 1894, in a house on Garden Street (between 5th and 6th Streets). For many years

Image of Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1961-1965. - Brochure

Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1961-1965. - Brochure

Brochure: Union Club, Sixth and Hudson Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Tel. OLdfield 6-9600. No date, circa 1961-1965. Single sheet printed both sides in full color; 9" high x 12" wide folded to 4" wide. 2 copies (both weak at folds.) Color photo views of the exterior, parking lot booth, Grand Ballroom, Rose Room, Gold Room, Castle Bar and Wine Room. Dating determined by "Established 1935 - Over 25 Years Under the Same Management" so the early date would be 1961. The telephone number did not include an area code (generally 1963), so the brochure is probably from from the early 1960s.

Image of Tickets, 3, to President Frankin D. Roosevelt birthday balls at Union Club, Hoboken, 1942-1944. - Ticket

Tickets, 3, to President Frankin D. Roosevelt birthday balls at Union Club, Hoboken, 1942-1944. - Ticket

Facsimile reproduction of ticket to City of Hoboken, N.J., National Celebration of Our President's Diamond Jubilee Birthday. Birthday Ball for the President, Friday Evening, January 30, 1942, Union Club Building, Hudson and Sixth Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Plus reproductions of two other tickets: Jan. 30, 1943 ball, his 61st birthday Jan. 29, 1944 ball, his 62nd birthday Digital inkjet print with reproduction of three tickets, each ticket ca. 3-1/4" x 5-1/4" wide. Format of each ticket is the same (except the 1944 ticket has "1944" underprinting the body text presumably as some security feature) and features an oval photo portrait of President Roosevelt. B.N. McFeely [Mayor Bernard

Image of Booklet: Church of the Holy Innocents. The Miniature Cathedral, Hoboken, N.J. Holy Innocents' Day, 1947, 75th Anniversary of Founding. - Pamphlet

Booklet: Church of the Holy Innocents. The Miniature Cathedral, Hoboken, N.J. Holy Innocents' Day, 1947, 75th Anniversary of Founding. - Pamphlet

Church of the Holy Innocents. The Miniature Cathedral, Hoboken, New Jersey. Holy Innocents' Day, 1947, 75th Anniversary of Founding. By John J. Heaney, Sacristan. Booklet, 7" wide x 10" high, [28] pages, photo illustrated. Main text is transcribed in notes; Word document with main text on file. PDF of text and images of entire booklet on file. A very useful item for history and description of the church which is not longer used although the building still stands. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. In the 1980s, the furnishings were removed and dispersed. This document has many details about the original decor and furnishings now lost. Text includes Dedication, to Julia A