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Name Soborg Woodworking Company
Details Southwest corner of Clinton and Fifteenth Streets, Hoboken.
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Image of Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. - Postcard

Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. - Postcard

Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. Photographic print (Azo) with imprinted back; divided back. No publisher stated or stock number. Address is not given but photo is a view west from approximately Willow Avenue and shows George Soborg Woodworking Mill at left which was at the southeast corner of Clinton and Fifteenth Street, Hoboken; also the heights of West Hoboken (later Union City) is in the background. The fire appears to have been in the next block on Fifteenth Street between Clinton and Grand Streets.

Image of Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. - Postcard

Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. - Postcard

Postcard: [Fire] Rex Celluloid Co., Fire, August 28 - 1921. [[Hoboken, N.J.]; issued 1921; unposted. Photographic print (Azo) with imprinted back; divided back. No publisher stated or stock number. Address is not given but it was probably on Fifteenth Street between Clinton and Grand. This view is probably east - southeast from ca. Adams St.

Image of Everybody Seems to Know Me by the Paper Hat: Recollections of Albert "Heget" Hegetschweiler. - Pamphlet

Everybody Seems to Know Me by the Paper Hat: Recollections of Albert "Heget" Hegetschweiler. - Pamphlet

Everybody Seems to Know Me by the Paper Hat: Recollections of Albert "Heget" Hegetschweiler. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2003. 1st edition thus. 8vo pamphlet, illustrated, pp. [iv], 26, [2] plus cover. Five copies. PDFs (large and small) on file. TIFFs archived. Second 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 under project grant. Interview conducted by Robert Foster in 1989. The paper hat referred to in the title is a pressmen's or printer's hat. Directions on how to make one are on the inside front and