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Name Tenth St.
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Image of Agreement Between the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. and The Manor Real Estate & Trust Co., 1899. - Contract

Agreement Between the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. and The Manor Real Estate & Trust Co., 1899. - Contract

Original signed legal document with map: Agreement Between The Hoboken Land & Improvement Co. and The Manor Real Estate and Trust Co. (subsidiary of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co.) for the sale of real estate in Hoboken, N.J., 1899. 7pp. plus fold-out blueprint map, stapled in wrapper. For the sale or lease of the river front land and pier on the Hudson River between 10th & 11th Sts., Hoboken. It was then the location of the N.J. Yacht Club. Pennsylvania Railroad used it until the 1930's for repair of ferries. From 1939 to 2004, it was the main entrance and parking lot for the Maxwell House Coffee plant, now demolished. Map: Sketch of Shore Front Property Near Foot of 10th St., Hoboken,

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

Letter from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. - Letter

Typed letter signed from Thomas Calligy to Robert Foster, HHM, May 23, 2005. Single sheet of letterhead plus photocopy from 2004 book about Hetty Green. Discusses location of the Honeymoon Flats which he states are on Clinton Street between 9th and 10th Sts, opposite Columbus Park. Notes the Elysian Flats were also known as the "Barracks." Notes that he and his wife lived in the former 1309 Bloomfield Street apartment of Hetty Green for 45 years. There was a wall safe in the apartment that they never opened.

Image of Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. - Pamphlet

Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. - Pamphlet

Booklet: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial History of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hoboken, 1965. Booklet, 7-1/2" wide x 10" high. [34] pp. plus cover, photographs. Full text is in notes. PDF with page images and full text is on file. Printed by the Poggi Press, Hoboken. Page [1] The Seventy-fifth Anniversary Memorial Booklet records the blessings of Almighty God and the joyful response of God’s people in the history of two Lutheran Congregations which, after many years of independent service, were led to merge, creating a third Lutheran Congregation. The Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran Trinity Church served from 1890-1947, a period of 57 years. The Holy Trinity Engli

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 The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. - Periodical

The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. - Periodical

The Lipton Link, September 1952. Lipton Tea Company, Hoboken. Periodical as found on leaf 39 of Girl Scouts album 2001.036.2001. Only pages with Hoboken content have been imaged. Tiffs and jpegs archived. PDF on file. Reference prints on file in regular archives. The tenth anniversary of this house organ featured Hoboken. A long article is devoted to a history of Hoboken with mostly contemporary photos of Hoboken activities by current employees; includes background on the company's coming to Hoboken. Photos of interior views of Our Lady of Grace and St. Matthew Church, Elks Lodge, Lions Club meeting, Girl Scouts troop no. 4 at Waldheim Stevens Forum, Recreation Center, YMCA, Castle

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 Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton. March 1974. - Magazine

Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton. March 1974. - Magazine

Article: "Hoboken: The City on the 'Other' Side of the River" by Don Singleton, pages 22-25 in Suburban New Jersey Life, Vol. 44, No. 2, March 1974. Resident and home owner in Hoboken who describes features and amenities of city, shopping, running for Board of Education seat, ethnic culture and heritage ("until 1911...minutes of the Hoboken Board of Education were kept in the German language") and home renovation. Nine photos of exteriors. Mentions two "matching mansions on Hudson Street, we later discovered, were built for two partners named Hammacher and Schlemmer."

Image of Poster & guide: A New Hoboken House Tour. May 18, 1986. - Poster

Poster & guide: A New Hoboken House Tour. May 18, 1986. - Poster

Poster & guide: A New Hoboken House Tour. Brownstones, Beethoven & Bach for the Benefit of the Hoboken Chamber Orchestra. Sunday, May 18, 1986, Noon-6 PM. Printed sheet 14" wide x 17" high with poster on inside; folded to 8-1/2" x 7" wide for a [4] page guide with map. Price for tickets was $7.00. A. All Saints Episcopal Church (Trinity), Washington and Seventh Sts. B. 304 Hudson St. C. Elysian Cafe, Washington & Tenth Streets D. The Madison, Washington & Fourteenth Sts. E. 209 14th St. F. 1124 Bloomfield St. G. 1100 Bloomfield St. H. 1101 Garden St. I. 1038 Bloomfield St. J. 517 Jefferson St. K. Our Lady of Grace Church, Willow Avenue & Fourth St.

Image of Plans submitted to HHPC, ca. 2001 for 1001 Washington St. - Documents

Plans submitted to HHPC, ca. 2001 for 1001 Washington St. - Documents

Plans submitted to Hoboken Historic Preservation Commission, Hoboken, no date, probably ca. 2001, for 1001 Washington St., Elysian Cafe facade. While these documents were found with materials from theJune 2004 meeting, no application present nor was it on the agenda for the June meeting. They may have been misfiled at some earlier time. Logo sheet plus 5 numbered pages with photos, text and plans for exterior cornice lighting. This version of the Elysian Cafe opened in July of 2001. The photos seen in the plans show the new elements in the facade with a white primer paint on them which was done ca. late spring 2001. The lighting itself was done in the fall of 2001.

Image of Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) - Handbill

Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) - Handbill

Political handbill: Meet Peter [Cammarano] and his Team. The Biggest Block Party of the Year. Sunday June 7th [2009], Columbus Park, 10th & Clinton Streets (Hoboken.) 8-1/2" x 11" printed both sides. Paid for Cammarano for Mayor, Lucy Truglio, Treasurer. This rally was for the run-off election. Cammarano is shown along with his slate for City Council, Angel Alicea. (Cammarano was elected in a June run-off election and served as Mayor from July 1-31, 2009. Voluntarily resigned from office due to criminal indictment.)

Postcards, 25: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, (2010.) - Postcard

Postcards, twenty-five: 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' series issued by Brian Gallagher, no date (2010.) Color photographs printed on heavyweight gloss cardstock, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"; image orientation varies vertically or horizontally. Photographs by Brian Gallagher, a Hoboken realtor and published by him. Edition size unstated. Cards have Hoboken scenes of streets and buildings. Gallagher produced an earlier 2000s series in a different format. A few subjects remain in this new series, but it apparently features modern photographs (with one obvious exception, no. 24 - Clam Broth House) and format. Printed full color photo bleeds; all are imprinted 'Greetings from Hoboken, N.J.' on the ima

Image of Photo: Hoboken Girl Scouts protesting imminent sale of scout house while marching in 1997(?) Saint Patrick's Day parade, Hoboken.  - Clipping, Newspaper

Photo: Hoboken Girl Scouts protesting imminent sale of scout house while marching in 1997(?) Saint Patrick's Day parade, Hoboken. - Clipping, Newspaper

Published photo of Hoboken Girl Scouts marching unit in 1997(?) Saint Patrick's Day parade, Hoboken. Photocopied image, black-and-white,with clipped caption at bottom; presumed to have been published in weekly newspaper, The Hoboken Reporter, mid-March 1997? [Typically Hoboken's parade for this holiday was held on a Saturday about two weeks before March 17th official date.] View of the unit is north of the women and girls on Washington St. south of Eleventh St. The girl in the right foreground, holding one end of the banner, is Alyssa Corea, as identified by donor Linda Corea. Other people are not identified. The banner, "Save Our Girl Scout House", refers to the Hoboken Girl Scouts' ca

Image of Printed photo illustration: Recreation Pavilion & Band Stand - Hudson County Park, Hoboken, N.J.; in Amer. Architect, Oct. 16, 1912. - Print, Photomechanical

Printed photo illustration: Recreation Pavilion & Band Stand - Hudson County Park, Hoboken, N.J.; in Amer. Architect, Oct. 16, 1912. - Print, Photomechanical

Printed photo illustration: Recreation Pavilion and Band Stand - Hudson County Park, Hoboken, N.J. Mr. Arthur Ware, Architect. Leaf removed from journal, The American Architect, Vol. CII, No. 1921, October 16, 1912; no page or plate number; 8-3/4" wide x 12" high. Reverse of leaf is blank. The view is west to the building with the reflecting pool east of it. Sometimes referred to on maps and literature as Tenth Street Park, it is now called Columbus Park. The park has been redone and the pool no longer exists. The pavilion is centered between Ninth and Tenth Streets. The view here is from Clinton Street.

Image of Map: United New Jersey Railroad & Canal Co.; Hoboken Shops; Operated by the Pennsylvania R.R., Lessee. Created 1918; last revised Dec. 31, 1955. - Map

Map: United New Jersey Railroad & Canal Co.; Hoboken Shops; Operated by the Pennsylvania R.R., Lessee. Created 1918; last revised Dec. 31, 1955. - Map

Map: United New Jersey Railroad and Canal Company; Hoboken Shops; Operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad, Lessee. Created 1918; last revision Dec. 31, 1955. Blueprint of map showing the Hoboken waterfront from Eleventh street south to Lackawanna Terminal. It features the site plan of Hoboken Shops of the P.R.R. Marine Department in some detail at the Hudson River and River Road approximately between Ninth and Tenth Streets. A repair and storage facility that was used by the railroad for berthing and maintenance of tugboats in its marine fleet. They were used for moving carfloats in New York Harbor. The property plan has dimensions plus named buildings and structures. Sheet size: 24-1/4"

Image of Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012.
 - Print, Screen

Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Artwork by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. - Print, Screen

Print: Melting Snow, Columbus Park. Screen print by Ricardo Roig, Hoboken, 2012. Limited edition screen stencil print by artist Ricardo Roig. A/P [artist's proof - edition limitation was 20]. Title, limitation, signature of artist and date in pencil below image. Pearl gray Stonehenge paper, ca. 15" wide x 19-3/8" high (irregular hand-torn edges imitating deckle); acrylic paint. Image is surrounded by a varying border of ca. 2-1/2" Depicts the Columbus Park in the winter with a the view looking northeast at Clinton Street (right) and Tenth Street. A print (checklist no. 11) from the edition was exhibited in: Hoboken in Print. Hand-cut Stencil Screen Prints by Ricardo Roig. Exhibition

Image of Programs, 4, printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington & 10 Streets, Hoboken, for Feb. 1914. - Program, Theater

Programs, 4, printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington & 10 Streets, Hoboken, for Feb. 1914. - Program, Theater

Souvenir theater programs printed on silk cloth from the Gayety Theatre, Washington and Tenth Streets, Hoboken, for February 1914. (Street address: 1013-1019 Washington Street - the former Quartett Club.) Programs were for a stock theatrical company, The Gayety Players, performing at the theater. Each one is a 5" wide ribbon, color varies along with height due to frayed edges, ca. 7-1/2 to 8" high. Printed in black (one side only) with dates, cast of characters and performers with each featuring a photo of a member of the stock company. These programs were collected by Rose Beck who completed high school in Hoboken about 1914 as stated by a grandson, donor Ed Jaxel. List below has s

Image of Program: Annual Competition & Dance sponsored by G.I. Joes Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps, Hoboken, N.J.. Sat., Nov. 28, 1952. Stevens Stevens Forum, 9th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, N.J.  - Program

Program: Annual Competition & Dance sponsored by G.I. Joes Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps, Hoboken, N.J.. Sat., Nov. 28, 1952. Stevens Stevens Forum, 9th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, N.J. - Program

Program: Annual Competition and Dance sponsored by G.I. Joes Fife, Drum and Bugle Corps, Hoboken, N.J. Saturday, November 28th,1952 Stevens Forum, Garden and Ninth Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Six mimeographed leaves, 8-1/2" wide x 11" high; stapled. Full text is in notes. G.I. Joe's was a Hoboken corps who hosted this event. Besides a title leaf, greetings, the other four leaves are a list of patrons. None of the competing corps are listed. Donor Jack O'Brien was an officer and member of the G.I. Joes and is listed for two organizational positions on leaf 2.

Image of Letter to James Allen, 1110 Washington St., from
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church,10th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, re Rally Day communion service, Oct. 21, 1934.   - Correspondence

Letter to James Allen, 1110 Washington St., from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church,10th & Garden Sts., Hoboken, re Rally Day communion service, Oct. 21, 1934. - Correspondence

Letter to James Allen, 1110 Washington Street, Hoboken Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Tenth & Garden Streets, Hoboken, re Rally Day communion service, Oct. 21, (1934). Mimeographed letter, 8-1/2" x 11" high, with enclosed Rally Day Offering envelope; original mailing envelope, postmark not dated. (See notes about provenance.) Examples of typical correspondence in domestic life and communication from a church Text: THE HOLY TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Tenth and Garden Street Hoboken, N.J. The Rev. Chas. T. McDaniel, Pastor. MY CHURCH My Church is the place where the word of God is preached. It is the home of my soul, the altar of my faith and devotion

Image of Envelope: Autographic Register Co., N.W. Cor. 10th and Clinton Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Aug. 1932. - Envelope

Envelope: Autographic Register Co., N.W. Cor. 10th and Clinton Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Aug. 1932. - Envelope

Envelope: Autographic Register Co., N.W. Cor. 10th and Clinton Streets, Hoboken, N.J. Postmarked Hoboken, August 12, 1932. Printed paper 3-5/8" high x 6-1/2" wide with oblong address area imprinted in opaque brown with blue border. "Econ-O-Mail" brand security envelope. While postage and cancellation are present, no addressee is found on envelope. Original contents not present. Rear closure flap missing. ---- Autographic Register Company, Tenth and Clinton Streets, Hoboken. 1000 Clinton St. 1004 Clinton St.