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Name Stevens Castle
Details Also known as Castle Stevens.
Number of Archive records 25
Number of Object records 29
Number of Library records 13
Number of Photo records 18

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Image of Brochure: Stevens: A College for Engineers. Stevens Institute of Technology, Castle Point, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1956-57. - Booklet

Brochure: Stevens: A College for Engineers. Stevens Institute of Technology, Castle Point, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1956-57. - Booklet

Brochure: Stevens: A College for Engineers. Stevens Institute of Technology, Castle Point, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1956-57. 8-1/2" x 11" high, 20 pp. including covers. Illustrated.

Image of Brochure: Harbor Estuary Center. Stevens Institute of Technology, Davidson Laboratory, Hoboken, no date, (2002). - Booklet

Brochure: Harbor Estuary Center. Stevens Institute of Technology, Davidson Laboratory, Hoboken, no date, (2002). - Booklet

Brochure: Harbor Estuary Center. Stevens Institute of Technology, Davidson Laboratory, Hoboken, no date, (2002). Single 8-1/2" x 11" sheet folded to 8-1/2" x 3-5/8" wide. Printed in color, illustrated. Public relations pamphlet about proposed building to replace the current Davidson Laboratory on Hudson St.

Image of Three clippings regarding Hoboken history from local newspapers, not identified, ca. 1955-1960. - Newspaper

Three clippings regarding Hoboken history from local newspapers, not identified, ca. 1955-1960. - Newspaper

Three clippings regarding Hoboken history from local newspapers, not identified, ca. 1955-1960. 1. Column titled "Looking Backward. Shortest Route From Hoboken To Jersey City Heights in 'Saucy Seventies' was Horse Car Elevator Adjacent to Leight's Brewery. Photo from 1874 of the horse car elevator at 14th Street Hoboken going up to Jersey CityHeights before the viaduct was constructed. Shown are Leight's Brewery, the skating pond and Pohlmann's Pavillion, a dance hall and meeting place. Source of the photograph is not identified. Clipping 2. Column titled "Looking Backward. Fagan Mansion, one of Finest in Hoboken, Replaced by Modern Apartment Building." The house of former Mayor Lawrenc

Image of New Jersey Bell Telephone Company bill insert for October 1954 featuring picture of Castle Stevens and five paragraphs on Hoboken history. - Pamphlet

New Jersey Bell Telephone Company bill insert for October 1954 featuring picture of Castle Stevens and five paragraphs on Hoboken history. - Pamphlet

New Jersey Bell Telephone Company bill insert for October 1954 featuring picture of Castle Stevens and five paragraphs on Hoboken history. Single leaf 9-5/8" x 6" that folds to 3-1/4" x 6". Retouched photo image in color of Castle Stevens from ca. 1890.

Image of Folder with personal history, recollections and memorabilia of Mrs.Lee Bresticker Raines of Hoboken, collected 2004. - Documents

Folder with personal history, recollections and memorabilia of Mrs.Lee Bresticker Raines of Hoboken, collected 2004. - Documents

Folder with personal history, recollections and memorabilia of Mrs.Lee Bresticker Raines of Hoboken, collected 2004. Includes two photographs, 2 pieces of Hoboken school childrens' artwork and typewritten transmittal leaf and 4 typewritten duplicated leaves, "My First Day Teaching" dated March 4, 2004. Mrs. Raines started teaching first grade on March 4, 1954 at David E. Rue School, Hoboken. In 2004 she celebrated 50 years of teaching and was currently working in the Calabro School. Folder 1: 2 photos. -Modern print of June 1954 photo of Lee Bresticker and first grade class, David E. Rue School, ca. 8" x 10" high, holographic caption in image at the bottom, 2 typewritten labels on re

Image of Digital images of newsclipping: Closing Memories of Hoboken. Jersey Observer, no date, ca. 1945-1952. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Closing Memories of Hoboken. Jersey Observer, no date, ca. 1945-1952. - Documents

Digital images of newsclipping: Closing Memories of Hoboken. Jersey Observer, no date, ca. 1945-1952. A W.L Post in a letter to the editor comments on Hoboken of old (to him) and new. Many names and places are mentioned including election polling places and illegal activities. Museum does not own original. See primary record archives 2005.079.0032.

Image of Photogravure print of the western facade of Stevens Castle (Villa) with gold borders, [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print

Photogravure print of the western facade of Stevens Castle (Villa) with gold borders, [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print

Photogravure print of the western facade of Stevens Castle (Villa) with gold borders, [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. Single leaf ca. 13" high x 17" wide; irregular edges. Image with border ca. 10-1/4" x 16-1/2" wide. Reverse is blank. Source of image (portfolio or other publication) is not known. Captioned under image: Residence of E.A. Stevens. | Castle Point - Hoboken. See archives 2001.006.0004 for a print with a plan of the "principal story" (first floor) of this building.

Image of Print with principal story (1st floor) of E. A. Stevens Villa (Stevens Castle), [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print

Print with principal story (1st floor) of E. A. Stevens Villa (Stevens Castle), [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. - Print

Print with principal story (1st floor) of E. A. Stevens Villa (Stevens Castle), [Hoboken], no date, circa 1890-1900. Single lithographed leaf ca. 13-1/8" high x 17--1/4" wide; irregular edges. Image with border ca. 10-1/4" x 16-1/2" wide. Reverse is blank. Source of image (portfolio or other publication) is not known. Credited in image is the architect: T.R. Jackson, Architect; A.A. Turner, Lithographer. See archives 2001.006.0003 for a related photogravure of the western facade of this building.

Image of Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. - Catalog

Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. - Catalog

Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th (seventy-fourth) Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. 8vo softcover, pp. 112. This copy belonged to a junior at the college, Walter E[dward]. Braun, Class of '45, whose ink stamped name is on front cover. Imaged are front endleaf map, contents, pages 13-14 which relate the World War Two programs including the War Industries Training School, Stevens Accelerated-Service Plan and the Navy College Training Program which was a Naval Reserves (517) engineering unit, V-12 unit of 513. Also image are the only photos in the publication (and not in the table of contents). Aerial photo facing pg. 26: Castle Point: A View over College Build

Image of Documents relating to mural painting of Hoboken done by Robert Bushnell in 1956 for Pier B, Hoboken Marine Facility and commissioned by the Port Authority of New York. - File, Document

Documents relating to mural painting of Hoboken done by Robert Bushnell in 1956 for Pier B, Hoboken Marine Facility and commissioned by the Port Authority of New York. - File, Document

Documents relating to mural painting of Hoboken done by Robert Bushnell in 1956 for Pier B, Hoboken Marine Facility and commissioned by the Port Authority of New York. Painting is objects 2006.041.0001. 1. Article published December 1, 1956, clipped from unidentified newspaper, title: Mural in PA's New Pier Depicts Hoboken Waterfront in 1864. Complete text is in notes. 2. Scan of webpage from Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art regarding the artist, printed out March 3, 2006 (only reference to this artist found on internet as of this date.)

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 56 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to the late 1960's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. PDF on file. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.3001 and .4001. All but three leaves have materials mounted on both sides. The contents of nearly 700 items includes 265 original photographs, 363 clippings from newspapers or magazines including 76 with printed photos, plus 64 documents or publications (some

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from late 1910's to the late 1960's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 30 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to the late 1960's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.2001 and .3001. PDF on file. The leaves will be catalogued separately with detail information and images starting with archives 2001.036.4001.01 and ending with .4001.30. All multi-page attachments or publications plus fold-outs will be seen in full. The page records are

Image of Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. - Scrapbook

Scrapbook album of Hoboken Girl Scouts, 45 un-numbered leaves with materials from the late 1910's to 1970's. No cover as received and order of leaves probably not original. Leaf size was ca. 12" wide x 14" high. Complete album imaged as found and arbitrarily numbered; imaged as full pages in this record front and back. This is one of three albums, each varying in format and contents. The other albums are 2001.036.2001 and .4001. PDF on file. The leaves will be catalogued separately with detail information and images starting with archives 2001.036.3001.01 and ending with .3001.45. All multi-page attachments or publications plus fold-outs will be seen in full.

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

Image of Stevens Institute of Technology. Commencement Program. 1933. (Hoboken, June 9-10, 1933.) - Program

Stevens Institute of Technology. Commencement Program. 1933. (Hoboken, June 9-10, 1933.) - Program

Stevens Institute of Technology. Commencement Program. June ninth and tenth, nineteen thirty-three. (Hoboken, June 9-10, 1933.) Limp red leather (split calf) cover, 4-1/2" x 6" high; blind-stamped cover with Stevens seal within silver gilt circle; other lettering including year. Three hole stab binding with gray leather strap. Nine printed leaves, one side only, unpaginated, with patterned glassine guard leaves front and back. June 9th activities were Class Day Exercises and Baccalaureate Service. Commencement was on Saturday, June 10th, in William Hall, Walker Gymnasium.

Image of Catalog. Stevens Institute of Technology. Castle Point, Hoboken, N.J., Feb., 1935. - Catalog

Catalog. Stevens Institute of Technology. Castle Point, Hoboken, N.J., Feb., 1935. - Catalog

Annual Catalog. Stevens Institute of Technology. A College of Engineering. Founded in 1870 by Edwin A. Stevens. Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, February, 1935. Softcover, 5-5/8" wide x 8-1/2" high, pp. viii, 126. PDF on file.

Image of Program: Stevens Institute of Technology, Commencement Week, Hoboken, June 19-22, 1926. With: 3 invitations. - Program

Program: Stevens Institute of Technology, Commencement Week, Hoboken, June 19-22, 1926. With: 3 invitations. - Program

Program: Stevens Institute of Technology [Hoboken, N.J.]; Commencement Week, June 19th to 22nd, 1926. Booklet, 4-1/4" wide x 6" high; limp black leather cover with blind emboss and gilt detail; black leather leather lace binding; nine printed leaves plus two fancy glassine endleaves. Note all activities were on campus except the Baccalaureate Service which was at Trinity Episcopal Church, Hoboken. Two printed photos: one of the south exterior of Walker Gymnasium and a view of the south side of the Castle and grounds (some work apparent at the left where the greenhouses once stood?) Three leaves listed the graduating class members with the following from Hoboken: Seward Abbott; Emil Myl

Image of Print: New York and Brooklyn: with Jersey City and Hoboken water front. Chromolithograph, Currier & Ives, 1877. - Print

Print: New York and Brooklyn: with Jersey City and Hoboken water front. Chromolithograph, Currier & Ives, 1877. - Print

Print: New York and Brooklyn: with Jersey City and Hoboken water front. Chromolithograph published by Currier & Ives, copyright 1877. Digital copy only; included in this catalog for local reference and use. Original print is in the collections of The Library of Congress and downloaded as tiff. (http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2002710662/ -- Library of Congress has downloadable files in several sizes including in its original condition and an enhanced version.) See notes for Library of Congress citation. The artists' (Charles R. Parsons and Lyman Atwater) bird's-eye view is looking northeast - east and focuses on New York (Manhattan) with Hoboken and Jersey City at the bottom. It is no

Image of Fundamentals First: The Story of Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. Kenneth C. Rogers, Newcomen Society address, N.Y., June 1979. - Lecture

Fundamentals First: The Story of Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. Kenneth C. Rogers, Newcomen Society address, N.Y., June 1979. - Lecture

Fundamentals First: The Story of Stevens Institute of Technology. An address to The Newcomen Society in North America by Dr. Kenneth C. Rogers, New York, June 21, 1979. Published by The Newcomen Society as Newcomen Publication Number 1109, first printing Nov. 1979. Booklet, 6" x 9" high, 28 pp. plus covers, photo illustrated. A useful thumbnail history of the Hoboken college. Full text is in notes.

Image of Pamphlet: "when you enter the harbor, my house is the second on the left" Colonel John Stevens, Hoboken, N.J. Printed harbor tour guide written by Angie Austin, May 1987. - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: "when you enter the harbor, my house is the second on the left" Colonel John Stevens, Hoboken, N.J. Printed harbor tour guide written by Angie Austin, May 1987. - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: "when you enter the harbor, my house is the second on the left" Colonel John Stevens, Hoboken, New Jersey. Printed tour guide written by Angie Austin, May 1987. Booklet, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" high, [8] pp. Full text is in notes. Issued as a conversational historical guide by Austin for some harbor tour sponsored by garden clubs of which the Stony Brook Garden Club is named. "Your boat ride in the harbor is presented to you in honor of the Stevens family by one of their lesser "inventions", and one of this meeting's chairman… Angie Austin" It focuses on the Stevens family, their activities and accomplishments. Austin was a cousin of former New Jersey Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick