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Name Temple Adath Emuno
Details 637 - 639 Garden St.

Text in History of Hoboken, 1907, published by the Hoboken Board of Trade, page 61:

TEMPLE ADATH EMUNO.
The Jewish Congregation "Adath Emuno" was organized in September, 1871. Its first place of worship was Odd Fellows' Hall, where the congregation remained from 1871 to 1874. The congregation then removed to Bloomfield and Fifth Streets, where it remained for nine years. In 1883 the present handsome temple was completed and dedicated. It is located on Garden between Sixth and Seventh Streets. The first rabbi of the congregation was the Rev. Solomon Schindler, followed by Rev. Isaac Schickler, Rev. M. Karasch, Rev. M. Kauffman, Rev. S. Langer, at present Rev. Nathan M. Wolf. The church has 53 members. Its religious school has 75 members.

The societies of the temple are: Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Herman Heyman Auxiliary, Young People's Society and the Children's Club.
Number of Archive records 13.0
Number of Object records 0.0
Number of Library records 2.0
Number of Photo records 2.0

Associated Records

Image of Digital images of over 50 greeting cards and related items received by Paula Millenthal for her graduation from Stevens Hoboken Academy, June 1955. - Card, Greeting

Digital images of over 50 greeting cards and related items received by Paula Millenthal for her graduation from Stevens Hoboken Academy, June 1955. - Card, Greeting

Digital images of 51 greeting cards, gift cards& tags plus notecards, telegrams and one letter received by Paula Millenthal for her graduation from Stevens Hoboken Academy, June 1955. Various sizes and formats; only the cover of each has been imaged as examples of mid-1950's tastes and designs of what a typical school graduate would have received. Manufacturers, interior contents or names and personalized greetings not imaged or recorded. Not descreened. Also included are telegrams. One is a "Uniongram" from The Uniongram Committee, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, New York, N.Y. Shown front and back with envelope. Also one letter on letterhead from Hebrew Ladies' Aid Socie

Image of Digital images of Constitution of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), in effect as of Jan. 1, 1938. - Documents

Digital images of Constitution of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), in effect as of Jan. 1, 1938. - Documents

Digital images of Constitution of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), in effect as of Jan. 1, 1938. Original was 4 mimeographed leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" high, found as an enclosure in Sisterhood Record Book, archives 2006.014.0201, which had starting date of 1949.

Image of Digital images of Record Book of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), Feb. 15, 1949 to June 14, 1951. - Records

Digital images of Record Book of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), Feb. 15, 1949 to June 14, 1951. - Records

Digital images of Record Book of the Sisterhood of Congregation Adas Emuno, (Hoboken), Feb. 15, 1949 to June 14, 1951. Original was a hardcover record book ca. 6" x 9" high typical of a stationery store item (price inside: $1.00); unnumbered lined leaves; holographic entries plus many items (publications, cards, clippings, etc.) pasted to pages or laid-in; twelve photographs tipped-in at rear. Images are in sequence found in book. Only the first quarter of the 200 pages in the book were used except for the 2 leaves of photos at the rear.

Image of Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, 85th Anniversary Celebration, October, 1956. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, 85th Anniversary Celebration, October, 1956. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, 85th Anniversary Celebration, October, 1956. Leaves scanned are photostats and do not appear to be the complete publication. Event was a Dinner - Dance at the Hotel Governor Clinton (New York City), Sunday, October 21, 1956. The oldest reform temple in Hoboken, it was founded October 21, 1871. Includes two pages of history plus two pages listing "Our Young Adults" and "Our Younger Folk."

Image of Digital images of program, Consecration Service, Temple Adas Emuno Friday, May 23, 1947. - Program

Digital images of program, Consecration Service, Temple Adas Emuno Friday, May 23, 1947. - Program

Digital images of program, Consecration Service, Temple Adas Emuno Friday, May 23, 1947. Leaves scanned are photostats.

Image of Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. - Booklet

Digital images of pages from Souvenir Journal, Congregation Adas Emuno of Hoboken, Ninetieth Anniversary Celebration 1871-1961, October 20 and 22, 1961. Original was booklet 8-1/2" wide x 11" high; cover plus [34] pages. Event was a Dinner - Dance at the Union Club, 600 Hudson St., Hoboken, Sunday, October 22, 1956. The oldest reform temple in Hoboken, it was founded October 21, 1871. See archives 2006.014.0304 for program for October 20, 1961 services at the temple.

Image of Digital images of program for Ninetieth Anniversary Service, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, October 20, 1961. - Program

Digital images of program for Ninetieth Anniversary Service, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, October 20, 1961. - Program

Digital images of program for Ninetieth Anniversary Service, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, October 20, 1961. Original was 5-1/2" wide x 8-1/2" high; [8] pp. Includes 4 page history of the temple, program, list of officials of the synagogue and list of rabbis and presidents. See archives 2006.014.0303 for souvenir booklet.

Image of Digital images of Special Supplement, 100th Anniversary of Hoboken & American Jewish Centenary; The Jewish Standard, Friday, March 18, 1955, pages 9-14 only. - Newspaper

Digital images of Special Supplement, 100th Anniversary of Hoboken & American Jewish Centenary; The Jewish Standard, Friday, March 18, 1955, pages 9-14 only. - Newspaper

Digital images of Special Supplement, 100th Anniversary of Hoboken & American Jewish Centenary; The Jewish Standard, Friday, March 18, 1955, pages 9-14 only. Original leaves 11-1/2" x 16" high. Articles include: page 10 Kupper Bier, Jewish Pioneer of Hoboken, Lived to Age of 110. Photo of Bier at White House with Calvin Coolidge. Died 1926. 1915 photo of the Jewish pioneers of Hoboken, members of the Board of Trustees of the Star of Israel Synagogue which later merged with the United Synagogue which in 1955 was at 115 Park Ave. The men are not named. page 11 Article by Moe Aronsberg: Recall Jewish Life in Early Days of Hoboken. History of Growth of Jewish Community. This articl

Image of Digital images of program for 81st Annual Memorial Service, Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, September 29, 1952. - Program

Digital images of program for 81st Annual Memorial Service, Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, September 29, 1952. - Program

Digital images of program for 81st Annual Memorial Service, Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement, Congregation Adas Emuno, Hoboken, September 29, 1952. Scanned from photocopies; original size not determined. Memorial Roll organized by families: Balter Becker Bising - Moos Cohen - Harris - Kraemer Cohn Dick Eisman Ellis Engel Feinstein Franklin Freedman - Cooper Gibian Gordon Graef Green Hausman Heller Jackson Joseph Kaufman - Hubsch Kaufmann - Marx Klein Konert - Millenthal Korenstein Lehman Lewis Maier Mellow Neuman Newman Nordman - Picard - Rothschild - Geismar Olinger Pinner Pleasants Posin Rosenthal Roth Samuels Siegal - Friedman Siegal - Klemons Sil

Transcript of interview of Paula Millenthal Cantor by Phyllis Plitch, December 17, 2005. - Transcript

Transcript of interview of Paula Millenthal Cantor by Phyllis Plitch, December 17, 2005. Interview at Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken. 91 page photocopied double-spaced typescript. Part of the Hoboken Historical Museum Oral History Project. Original tape or tapes and typescript on file at Hoboken Public Library. Oral history chapbook published in 2007.

Image of Directory of Public Officials, Educational, Civic & Charitable Organizations, Churches & Religious Congregations of the City of Hoboken. 1911. - Directory

Directory of Public Officials, Educational, Civic & Charitable Organizations, Churches & Religious Congregations of the City of Hoboken. 1911. - Directory

A Directory of Public Officials, Educational, Civic and Charitable Organizations, Churches and Religious Congregations of the City of Hoboken. Prepared by the Robert L. Stevens Fund for Municipal Research in Hoboken, Hudson Trust Building, 1911. Booklet, 6" x 9", 55 pp. Ex-library copy. Fully imaged; PDF (small & large) on file; full text as .rtf document and in notes. (Note to online users: text in notes only shown in this record to page 36 - see archives 2011.005.0166.01 - text reference record for pp. 35 to end.) A useful resource. Pages 43-55: "Name List or "Who's Who" in Hoboken's Uplift Work" plus the index of major organizations included (churches only in general by denominatio

Directory of Public Officials, Educational, Civic & Charitable Organizations, Churches & Religious Congregations of the City of Hoboken. 1911. Text reference record pp 35 to end. - Directory

A Directory of Public Officials, Educational, Civic and Charitable Organizations, Churches and Religious Congregations of the City of Hoboken. Prepared by the Robert L. Stevens Fund for Municipal Research in Hoboken, Hudson Trust Building, 1911. This is a text reference record only. It holds text in notes for online users for pages 35 to end - see primary record 2011.005.0166 for online text from beginning to page 35 in notes. (That record does hold all page images, full text and media attachments.) A useful resource. Pages 43-55: "Name List or "Who's Who" in Hoboken's Uplift Work" plus the index of major organizations included (churches only in general by denomination.) This Who's Who

Image of Notecard: Church building, 637 Garden St., Hoboken. Ink drawing by J.S. Watson, no date, circa 1975-1985. - Notecard

Notecard: Church building, 637 Garden St., Hoboken. Ink drawing by J.S. Watson, no date, circa 1975-1985. - Notecard

Notecard: Church building, 637 Garden St., Hoboken. Ink drawing by J.S. Watson, no date, circa 1975-1985. Gloss card stock, 4" wide x 5-7/8" high. Black line printed drawing; interior and back blank. No publisher's imprint, but presumed to have been issued by the artist, Watson. Text on front bottom: LANDMARK at 637 Garden St., Hoboken, N.J. Originally built as a synagogue - now used as a Protestant church. Sketch by J.S. Watson. ---- Jewish synagogue was Temple Adath Emuno. Later the Christian Missionary Alliance. ---- Part of the Mel Kiernan Collection.

Image of History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. - Book

History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. - Book

History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. 8vo, softcover issue. pp. 119, illustrated; disbound. See library 2005.076.0016 for the hardcover issue which is fully imaged with transcriptions of the indexes and business directory. pg [3] index to illustrations pg [5] index to subjects (contents)

Image of History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. - Book

History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. - Book

History of Hoboken. 1907. Issued by the Hoboken Board of Trade. Printer: The Inquirer Print, Hoboken, New Jersey. 8vo green cloth. pp. 119, plus errata slip laid in page 92, illustrated. PDFs on file. Tiffs media archive. Includes a concise history, but it is also useful for providing significant detail about the City around 1907, two years after it celebrated its Fiftieth Anniversary of its incorporation as a city. pg [3]: Index to Illustrations Portrait of President [Palmer] Campbell, 2 Portrait of Vice-President [Leo] Stein, 4 Portrait of Secretary [C. Alfred] Burhorn, 6 Portrait of Treasurer [E.D.] Vanderbilt, 7 Bird's Eye View of Stevens Institute, 8 Fac-

Image of B+W photo of Temple Adath Emuno, Garden St. between 6th & 7th Sts., ca. 1910-1920. - Negative, Film

B+W photo of Temple Adath Emuno, Garden St. between 6th & 7th Sts., ca. 1910-1920. - Negative, Film

Black-and-white photo of Temple Adath Emuno, Garden St. between 6th & 7th Sts., ca. 1910-1920. Hoboken Public Library Historical Picture Collection no. 56. Black-and-white negative ca. 3" x 4" plus typed gummed adhesive label. Photograph taken by William Manewal. HPL Catalog (2001.137.0001) citation under Churches: Temple Adath Emuno, Jewish Congregation founded in 1871. Met in Odd Fellows Hall before this temple on Garden St. between 6th & 7th Sts. in 1883, photo ca. 1910-1920's. --- Apparently built in 1883.

Image of Color photos, 7, of Paul Millenthal Cantor & Bill Cantor, Hoboken, August 25, 2006. - Photograph

Color photos, 7, of Paul Millenthal Cantor & Bill Cantor, Hoboken, August 25, 2006. - Photograph

Color photographs, seven, of Paul Millenthal Cantor and Bill Cantor, Hoboken, August 25, 2006. Digital images only. Photographs taken by Robert Foster. Archived on disk. Image caption numbers are camera file image numbers and are not always consecutive. Images seen are selected from 33 available. The first two images were taken in Church Square Park looking north with the site of the former Stevens Hoboken Academy in the background (a new apartment building is on that site; its facade and roofline resembles the school building which was demolished in the 1976.) Paula Cantor nee Millenthal was a 1955 graduate of the school and her husband Bill graduated from there in 1954. Paula is hold