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Name Stevens Institute of Technology
Number of Archive records 147
Number of Object records 89
Number of Library records 30
Number of Photo records 147

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Image of ALS: Simeon Martinez to Etta Burhorn, written in Hoboken, N.J., Sept. 12, 1886. - Letter

ALS: Simeon Martinez to Etta Burhorn, written in Hoboken, N.J., Sept. 12, 1886. - Letter

Holographic letter, 8 pp. with envelope, written by Simeon Martinez to Miss Etta Burhorn, Institute Zollikofer, Romanshorn, Switzerland, Sept. 12, 1886. Printed Hoboken stationery of Simeon Martinez, M.E., 145 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. Martinez is replying to a letter from Burhorn. She seems to have been traveling in Europe and is at a finishing school. He discusses Hoboken life including Waring's New Theatre, yacht races (the English "Galatea" and the American "Mayflower"), mosquitoes, a sea serpent, etc. He is apparently going back to Panama for some work or business (he does refer to a "headquarters"). The envelope has an inscription "P.S.S. Arizona." which could be "Panama"

Image of Submission (report) to Hoboken Historical Society (sic) for Historical Designation of 3 buildings on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology. - Documents

Submission (report) to Hoboken Historical Society (sic) for Historical Designation of 3 buildings on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology. - Documents

Submission (report) to Hoboken Historical Society (sic) for Historical Designation of Edwin A. Stevens Hall, Carnegie Building, Walker Gynmasium (sic) located on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology. Nadaskay Kopelson Architects, 95 Washington St., Morristown, N.J. 07960. ca.1991. Consists of 14 8" x 10" high unpaginated single-sided leaves in a wire-o binding with a clear cover in front and a black one in back. Most leaves are color photographs. No photographer is credited. Images of photos attached to this record have been rotated as necessary for viewing convenience. Apparently a copy prepared to elicit support from the Hoboken Historical Museum in the effort for historic d

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.

Documents: ca. .5 cu. ft. of files relating to Hoboken Celebration 1982, Hoboken Cultural Council & other community activities ranging from 1975-1996. - Documents

Documents: ca. .5 cu. ft. of files relating to Hoboken Celebration 1982, Hoboken Cultural Council and other community activities ranging from 1976 to ca. 1996. See container list.

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 Specifications for Electrical Work for Maneuvering Laboratory, Stevens Institute of Technology. Hoboken, no date, ca. 1930. - Documents

Specifications for Electrical Work for Maneuvering Laboratory, Stevens Institute of Technology. Hoboken, no date, ca. 1930. - Documents

Specifications for Electrical Work for Maneuvering Laboratory, Stevens Institute of Technology. Hoboken, no date, ca. 1930. Document prepared by C.M. Dieffenbach, Registered Architect, 84 Washington St. Hoboken, N.J. and William Smith, Consulting Engineer, 91 Washington St., Hoboken, N.J. Legal size red-ruled Eaton bond paper, three-hole punched with blue backing paper, brass double-prong fasteners. Title page (carbon copy) plus 15 single-sided pages (duplicated), all typewritten. The laboratory this refers to is the older portion of what is now called Davison Laboratory. There are references to specific manufacturer's equipment. It does not refer to any electrical codes.

Image of Program "After 9/11: Remembrance & Renewal." Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, Sept. 7, 2002. - Program

Program "After 9/11: Remembrance & Renewal." Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, Sept. 7, 2002. - Program

Program "After 9/11: Remembrance & Renewal." The Sept. 7, 2002 memorial program at Stevens Institute of Technology for the Sept. 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack. 8vo pamphlet. 16 pp.

Image of Engraved calling card of Mrs. H. Otto Wittpenn with holographic ink note, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1925. - Card, Calling

Engraved calling card of Mrs. H. Otto Wittpenn with holographic ink note, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1925. - Card, Calling

Engraved calling card of Mrs. H.Otto Wittpenn, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey with holographic ink note at the top, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1925. Black edging indicates that it may have been a period of mourning for Mrs.Wittpenn. 3-15/16" wide x 3-1/16" high. Reverse is blank. She was Caroline Bayard Stevens, the eldest daughter of Edwin Augustus Stevens (E.A. Stevens) and Martha Bayard Stevens. Presumably the note was intended for either or both of the Miller sisters. It reads: Will you come here after the Forum Lecture on March first to meet Baroness von Hindenburg? The Forum was probably Waldheim-Stevens Forum on Garden St.

Image of Map of Cybil's (sic) [Sybil's] Cave, Hoboken, 1952. - Map

Map of Cybil's (sic) [Sybil's] Cave, Hoboken, 1952. - Map

Map of Cybil's (sic) [Sybil's] Cave, Hoboken, 1952. Three 8-1/2" x 14" photocopy leaves showing part of a manuscript map by Cave Exploration Service of New Jersey dated February 29, 1952. The leaves have been assembled into two parts with obvious missing portions. According to museum curator Robert Foster, the copies are from one held by the Hoboken Public Library. The cave was located and opened briefly in 2006. In 2007, the cave was excavated.

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 Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. - Map

Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. - Map

Hoboken: The Sinatra Tour. A Self-Guided Walking Tour. Published by the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1998. 12" x 18" high sheet printed two sides, folded to 4" wide x 9-5/8" high. Multiple copies.

Image of Newspaper clipping from album with photo "Hoboken Cavalrymen Pose for Camera" from The Jersey Observer, March 28, 1913. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album with photo "Hoboken Cavalrymen Pose for Camera" from The Jersey Observer, March 28, 1913. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album with photo "Hoboken Cavalrymen Pose for Camera" from The Hudson Observer, March 28, 1913. The view of the ten men was taken outside the gatehouse to Stevens Institute of Technology. Photo was taken by William Manewal of Hoboken as seen in the image. The caption reads: Rough Riding Squad of Hudson Troop Cavalry, which will give exhibition at the Troop Review, evening of Friday, April 3, at Hexamer's Riding Academy, Hoboken. Top row- R. Hunsinger, A. Gomez, J.R. Stanton, H. L. Moeller, A. Hanniball. Bottom row- F. Coenew, R. Tonniers, A. Pupke, W. Boehm, A. Henke.

Image of Program for Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1981-82 Season. No performance dates given. - Program, Theater

Program for Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1981-82 Season. No performance dates given. - Program, Theater

Program for Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1981-82 Season. No performance dates given (not later than May, 1982.) Pamphlet, unpaginated, [14] pp. 8-1/2" high x 5-1/2" wide. Presented at the Stevens Institute of Technology Theater in Stevens Hall. The company was in its fourth season. An eighth-page ad is clipped from the 13th leaf.

Image of Program for "A Little Night Music", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1982-83 Season. No performance dates given. - Program, Theater

Program for "A Little Night Music", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1982-83 Season. No performance dates given. - Program, Theater

Program for "A Little Night Music", Rennaisance Theatre Company, Hoboken, 1982-83 Season. No performance dates given. Pamphlet, unpaginated, [12] pp. 8-1/2" high x 5-1/2" wide. Presented at the Stevens Institute of Technology Theater in Stevens Hall. The company was in its fifth season. An eighth-page ad is clipped from the 5th leaf.

Postcard, The Treehouse Shakers - Animal Rhythms performing Oct. 25, 2003 at DeBaun Auditorium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken. - Postcard

Postcard, The Treehouse Shakers - Animal Rhythms performing Oct. 25, 2003 at DeBaun Auditorium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken. 4" x 6" wide. Center for Performing Arts at DeBaun Auditorium's Children's Series.

Image of The Hoboken First Observer, Vol. 1, No. 3., January, 2003. Issued by the political party, Hoboken First Committee, John Corea. - Handbill, Political

The Hoboken First Observer, Vol. 1, No. 3., January, 2003. Issued by the political party, Hoboken First Committee, John Corea. - Handbill, Political

The Hoboken First Observer, Vol. 1, No. 3., January, 2003. Issued by the political party, Hoboken First Committee, John Corea. 8-1/2" x 14" high. Three articles: Questions About Garage Sale by John Corea; Will the Real David Roberts Stand Up?; Stevens and Hoboken Parking by Elisabeth Glatt. Also a full-column biography of John Corea. The Committee was located at 1006 Washington St.

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 Photocopy of site plan for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). - Documents

Photocopy of site plan for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). - Documents

Photocopy of site plan (originally page two of a 3-page fax) for a proposed Hoboken-Stevens Lab School on the former Maxwell House Coffee plant site, no date, (2003). Single sheet, 8-1/2" x 11". Title: Site Plan (Option 1), Not to Scale. A project briefly proposed as a development alternative to the plan proposed by the Hoboken Brownstone Company, then owners of the Site. The site would have been taken over by Stevens Institute of Technology and developed in association with City of Hoboken and Board of Education for a technology magnet high school using some of the "Abbott" Funds from the State of N.J. and other facilities for use by the college.

Image of The Senior Booklet of the Class of 1961, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, 1961. - Booklet

The Senior Booklet of the Class of 1961, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, 1961. - Booklet

The Senior Booklet of the Class of 1961, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, 1961. Perfect bound softcover, 4-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" high. 186 pp., photo portraits. Published the Placement Office of the school, it was to introduce graduating students to propective employers. A page is devoted to each class member with a photograph and detailed information that served as a resume. It had more information than would typically be found in a regular yearbook. A typical page spread is shown. The school also had a formal yearbook, "Link."