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Name Trinity Episcopal Church
Details Founded in Hoboken, 1853.
Number of Archive records 19
Number of Object records 21
Number of Library records 3
Number of Photo records 8

Associated Records

Image of Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, 1977. - Poster

Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, 1977. - Poster

Poster and guide for Hoboken House Tour, Sunday, September 25, 1977. 12" wide x 18" high folded to 6" x 9". Printed both sides, illustrated with photos, map. Nine stops on the tour including six residences. It was noted as the "Second Annual Hoboken House Tour." A benefit for the Hoboken Environment Committee. See search terms for addresses or names of buildings on tour.

Image of Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. - Documents

Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. - Documents

Photocopies of photos, documents and ephemera relating to Thomas Godson, Clara Fielner Godson and family with donor's correspondence & notes. All notes or captions are holographic ink by Thomas Godson. Folder 1: autograph letter signed by Thomas Godson of May 1, 1999 to Robert Foster re enclosed materials donated to the museum. Plus his business card. Folder 2: photocopy of photo, no date, ca. 1888-80 of a class photo from School No. 1, Hoboken with Josephine Barck identified as first person on the right in the front row. Holographic ink note by donor: My grandmother Feilner was Josephine Barck in this picture born in 1870. She is the right end of 1st row. Only info on back of picture

Image of Album clipping of a photo of the Junior Choir of The First Methodist Episcopal Church of Hoboken from a church program, no date, ca. 1900-1920. - Program

Album clipping of a photo of the Junior Choir of The First Methodist Episcopal Church of Hoboken from a church program, no date, ca. 1900-1920. - Program

Album clipping of a photo of the Junior Choir of The First Methodist Episcopal Church of Hoboken from a church program, no date, ca. 1900-1920. Reverse has a portion of the printed program for 7:45 p.m. evening service. The church is also known as Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church.

Image of Newspaper clipping from album with article "Girls' Choir of Trinity Church, Hoboken" from unidentified newspaper, no date, ca. 1920. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album with article "Girls' Choir of Trinity Church, Hoboken" from unidentified newspaper, no date, ca. 1920. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album with article "Girls' Choir of Trinity Church, Hoboken"with a photo from unidentified newspaper, no date, ca. 1920. Includes photo of the choir on the chancel during Lent in blue robes with white kerchief and cap. Although not dated, text of a partial article on reverse concerns the state championship basketball game in which Hoboken High School team was a participant plus some other sports news. The choir members are listed in the article: From left to right: First row- Martha Mettler, Evelyn Davis, Susie Burchel, Martha Moel, Alic Koeble, Sylvia Griffith, Alvina Benson, Bessie Griffith. Second row- Wihma Hannell, Pauline Mueller, Gertrude Grisch, Edna G

Image of Newspaper clipping from album of article "Mission at Trinity Attracts Many Men" from unidentified newspaper, no date, 1914-16.
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Newspaper clipping from album of article "Mission at Trinity Attracts Many Men" from unidentified newspaper, no date, 1914-16. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Mission at Trinity Attracts Many Men" from unidentified newspaper, no date, 1914-16. Sub head: Sermons at Holy Inocents [sic] Church are also Largely Attended. The week-long mission was at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church and Church of the Holy Innocents Roman Catholic Chruch in Hoboken. Reverend Malcolm A. Shipley, Jr. was the rector of Trinity. Father Magill and his assistant, Father Brinckerhoff were at Holy Innocents. Several paragraphs are devoted to guest Father Duffy (of New York City reknown: Duffy Square). The dating is approximated from an article on the reverse about a show with the "Neutrality Minstrels" and Dr. George Saxenmey

Image of Newspaper clipping from album of article "Sunday Schools and Missionary Work Discussed" from the Hudson Observer, January 27, 1916. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Sunday Schools and Missionary Work Discussed" from the Hudson Observer, January 27, 1916. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Sunday Schools and Missionary Work Discussed" from the Hudson Observer, January 27, 1916. Sub head: Representatives of Episcopal Church of Diocese Meet in Hoboken. The meeting was at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church.

Image of Newspaper clipping from album of article "Pretty Outlook on Washington Street" from the New Inquirer, (May) 23, 1914. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Pretty Outlook on Washington Street" from the New Inquirer, (May) 23, 1914. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album of article "Pretty Outlook on Washington Street" from the New Inquirer, (May) 23, 1914. Sub head: Did You Ever Notice the Work of Nature Just Above Seventh Street? Describes building appearances and foliage on the east side of Washington Street from Seventh Street to Eighth Street. Includes Trinity Episcopal Church and its rectory (the "old Dr. Fisher house"), Sacred Heart Academy, First Methodist Church and its parsonage, and the McLaughlin apartments (address not given, but they appear to be the buildings nearer to Eighth Street.) Also describes an old elm tree and wisteria vine (planted in the 1870's) at 723 Washington St. planted by the Dr. Frank Nic

Image of Two newspaper clippings from album with obituary of Judge J.W. Rufus Besson and funeral notice from the Jersey Observer, January, 13, 14, 1935. - Newspaper

Two newspaper clippings from album with obituary of Judge J.W. Rufus Besson and funeral notice from the Jersey Observer, January, 13, 14, 1935. - Newspaper

Two newspaper clippings from album with obituary of Judge J.W. Rufus Besson and funeral notice from the Jersey Observer, January, 13, 14, 1935. He died on Sunday, January 12, 1935. Contains useful background on his life and the Besson family, a pioneer family of Hoboken. State Assemblyman 1903-04, Hoboken District Court Judge, several law partnerships including partnership with Richard Stevens, director of Hoboken Land & Improvement Company, president, Hoboken Community Y.M.C.A., trustee of the Industrial School of the City of Hoboken, bank director, trustee of Christ Hospital and active in other community affairs including Trinity Episcopal Church.

Image of Newspaper clipping from album with photo of Hoboken Red Cross Volunteers; partial obituary of Louis Ferguson, from Jersey Observer, Jan. 7, 1941.

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Newspaper clipping from album with photo of Hoboken Red Cross Volunteers; partial obituary of Louis Ferguson, from Jersey Observer, Jan. 7, 1941. - Newspaper

Newspaper clipping from album with photo of Hoboken Red Cross Volunteers; partial obituary of Louis Ferguson (of Ferguson Brothers Furniture Company), from the Jersey Observer, Sunday, January 7, 1941. Photo caption in part: Workers of the Hoboken Chapter of the American Red Cross are busy making sweaters and other winter clothing for the distressed people of the Democratic nations of the world. Here is a group of the workers at Trinity Episcopal Church Hall, Washington Street, where they meet twice a week. The women are identified left to right. On the reverse is a partial obituary for Louis Ferguson, 83, retired president of Ferguson Brothers Furniture Company at Eighth and Monroe

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 Digital image: Bill for assessment for Street Improvements, Washington Street, City of Hoboken, to The Episcopal (Trinity Church property, March 2, 1857. - Form

Digital image: Bill for assessment for Street Improvements, Washington Street, City of Hoboken, to The Episcopal (Trinity Church property, March 2, 1857. - Form

Digital image: Bill for assessment for Street Improvements, Washington Street, City of Hoboken, to The Episcopal (Trinity Church property, March 2, 1857. City of Hoboken Assessment No. 7, Block 4, Lot no. 11.

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional & Retail Business Assn. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. No date, ca. 1985-86. Issued by Hoboken Professional and Retail Business Association. Updated and revised version of 1976 edition. Created by the the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, 18-1/2" high x 24" wide, printed both sides, folded to 9-1/4" x 12". Front panel has logo of business association Full interior (reverse) has printed text with 43 numbered and described sites on the the tour (earlier version had 34). A map with key numbers is at center. Text titled "Preservation Hoboken-Style" on one panel is same text with some small deletions. The three photos that appear in this version were taken by Ken Clare: exterior of Our Lady of Gra

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 Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903.  - Monograph

Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903. - Monograph

Trinity Parish, Hoboken, New Jersey. 1853-1903. Maroon cloth, titled in gilt on front cover, 6-1/4" x 8-1/4"; pp. 44 plus frontis and 12 plates inserted (all tissue guards present except for last plate which does not appear to have had one.) PDF and rich text document on file. Full text is in notes. Trinity Church at the northeast corner of Seventh and Washington Streets celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1903 with this publication commemorating it. It includes many details about the church history including a historical sketch (pp. 11-26) by the current rector James Clayton Mitchell; also present is a 1902 sermon by him that provides a good detail about the church that is not found in h

Image of Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, canary colored paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides; folded to 12" wide by 4-3/4" high. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. Two copies. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 was the U.S. Bicentennial and this Hobok

Image of Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Poster

Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Poster

Poster version: Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, white paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 was the U.S. Bicentennial and this Hoboken tour guide was typical of community

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but probably the Hoboken Environment Committtee. - Map

Hoboken Historic Sites Walking Tour. May 1976. Issuing organization is not named, but was probably the Community Development Agency. Single sheet, canary colored paper, 19" high x 24" wide, printed both sides; folded to 12" wide by 4-3/4" high. Front has four horizontal panoramic (composite) photo strips of street views. See archives 2012.016.0002 for additional copies. (Photographs credited to Pokorny & Pertz, Architects; taken by Caroline Carlson.) Reverse has printed text with 34 numbered and described sites on the the tour. A map with key numbers is at center. Text along bottom is titled: Preservation Hoboken-Style. Text of the site descriptions is in notes. The year 1976 wa

Image of Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann; Lischke, Hoboken; n.d. (circa 1902-1905). - Book

Souvenir of Hoboken, N.J.: Photo-gravures. Brooklyn: The Albertype Co.; A. Wittmann, no date (circa 1902-1905). Sole Depot: J.A. Lischke's, Book and Stationery Store, 93 River Street, near Hamburger Piers, Hoboken, N. J. The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Copyright by A. Wittemann, Publisher of American Views. 250 Adams St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Album cover: Red grained paper boards, 5-3/8" high x 7-1/4" wide; stab binding with cord tie; cover titled in silver gilt: Souvenir of Hoboken. Contents: title leaf plus 28 leaves of collotype photogravures with titling; unpaginated; all leaves 5" x 7-1/8" wide except last leaf (panoramic fold-out view), 13-1/2" wide. PDF on file.

Image of Spoon, sterling silver souvenir, depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken,ca. 1890-1900. - Spoon, Souvenir

Spoon, sterling silver souvenir, depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken,ca. 1890-1900. - Spoon, Souvenir

Commemorative spoon: Trinity Church, Hoboken, N.J. No date circa 1890-1900. Sterling silver, 4-3/16" overall length; twisted or rope stem; engraved bowl. Marks at neck: Sterling; winged 'S' mark of manufacturer George W. Shiebler Co. View of the church building at the northeast corner of Seventh and Washington Streets. Note the lettering in the bowl and some elements such as tree foliage are in relief. See 2001.110.0004 for another souvenir spoon depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken made by the same company. It is a different pattern plus the engraved image and titling is significantly different. Stylistically that one appears to be later than the pattern seen here and has been given an

Image of Spoon, sterling silver souvenir, depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken,ca. 1890-1905. - Spoon, Souvenir

Spoon, sterling silver souvenir, depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken,ca. 1890-1905. - Spoon, Souvenir

Commemorative spoon: Trinity Church, Hoboken, N.J. No date circa 1900-1910. Sterling silver, 4-1/8" overall length; palmetto stem; engraved bowl. Marks at neck: Sterling; winged 'S' mark of manufacturer George W. Shiebler Co. View of the church building at the northeast corner of Seventh and Washington Streets. Note the lettering 'Hoboken, N.J.' in the bowl and some elements such as tree foliage are in relief. The church name is engraved. See 2001.110.0003 for another souvenir spoon depicting Trinity Church, Hoboken made by the same company. It is a different pattern plus the engraved image and titling is significantly different. Stylistically that one appears to be earlier than the p