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Name U.S. Army
Details United States Army.
Number of Archive records 35.0
Number of Object records 28.0
Number of Library records 5.0
Number of Photo records 40.0

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Image of War Department Field Manual FM 21-25. Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading. 15 August 1944. - Manual, Training

War Department Field Manual FM 21-25. Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading. 15 August 1944. - Manual, Training

War Department Field Manual FM 21-25. Elementary Map and Aerial Photograph Reading. 15 August 1944. Softcover, 6-13/16" high x 4-1/2" wide. 116 pp. illustrated.

Image of The Hoboken Piers. Issued by The County of Hudson & The City of Hoboken, New Jersey, n.d., ca. 1925. - Pamphlet

The Hoboken Piers. Issued by The County of Hudson & The City of Hoboken, New Jersey, n.d., ca. 1925. - Pamphlet

The Hoboken Piers. Issued by The County of Hudson and The City of Hoboken, New Jersey, no date, ca. 1925. 7" x 10" high booklet. Yellow covers, 24 pp. PDF on file. Regarding an investigation of the government appropriation of the piers, management by the War Department and U.S. Shipping Board, revenues and current conditions of the Hoboken piers. Reprints three 1925 newspaper editorials: Sept 17th: Newark Evening News 19th: Newark Star-Eagle," 24th: Hudson Dispatch." Followed by: Justice James F. Minturn's April 7, 1925 instructions to a Grand Jury investigating the Hoboken piers follows the editorials. At the end is the Sept. 25th presentment of the Grand Jury's findings

Image of Two letters from Pierce Livingston, Fort Bliss, Texas, to his sister, Mrs. C. Deile (nee Tillie Livingston), 653 First St., Hoboken, Nov. & Dec. 1917. - Letter

Two letters from Pierce Livingston, Fort Bliss, Texas, to his sister, Mrs. C. Deile (nee Tillie Livingston), 653 First St., Hoboken, Nov. & Dec. 1917. - Letter

Two letters from Pierce Livingston, Fort Bliss, Texas, to Mrs. Charles]. Deile (nee Tillie Livingston), 653 First St., Hoboken, Nov. & Dec. 1917. Livingston was in Company G, 34th U.S. Infantry, U.S. Army as noted in letter 1 and the return address on letter 2 envelope. His rank was not given, but was probably then a private. Both letters are to "Sister Tillie" and signed "Brother Pierce." Letter 1, November 10, 1917, four pages, mostly discusses family matters, acknowledging items sent, photos he had taken, weather and clothing, a couple friends. "I received the [illegible] you sent me and have still got it, will try and keep it so when I look at will think of you and Old Hoboken." Als

Image of Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Rules for the Government of Operating Department. Effective December 15, 1918. - Book, Instruction

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Rules for the Government of Operating Department. Effective December 15, 1918. - Book, Instruction

United States Railroad Administration, W.G. McAdoo, Director General of Railroads. Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Rules for the Government of Operating Department. Effective December 15, 1918. Semi-limp cloth, 4-1/4" wide x 6" high, 223 pp. Some illustrations related to forms, train signals and block signals. Copy number 11349 (ink stamped number inside front cover.) Belonged to Lester E. Henry, Henryville, Penna. Noteworthy that this was the first revision of rules after the ending of World War One in November 1918. While the railroad is still under the control of the U.S. Government, it does not mention the war. The DL&W routes covered a wide geographic area. The Lackawanna Ter

Image of ALS to Peter Hagen (or Hager), Esquire, Washington, from Brigadier General Robert Swartout, Hoboken, May 8, 1817. - Letter

ALS to Peter Hagen (or Hager), Esquire, Washington, from Brigadier General Robert Swartout, Hoboken, May 8, 1817. - Letter

Holographic letter to Peter Hagen (or Hager), Esquire, Washington, from [Brigadier General] Robert Swartout, Hoboken, 8 May 1817. Single folio, 12-1/2" high x 8-1/16" wide, [2] pages; cream wove, no watermark; folded for transmittal to 3-3/8" high x 5-7/8" wide; red wax seal. Franked in ink and pencil on address panel: May 1817 BG RSwartout. The contents of the letter relate to some claim regarding an Army member and the War of 1812. See notes regarding Swartout. No information has been established concerning the addressee.

Image of Program: "You Know Me, Al!" A Farce with Music. Presented by N.Y. Division (27th U.S.A.), Lexington Theatre, N.Y., Apr. 11-20, 1918. - Program

Program: "You Know Me, Al!" A Farce with Music. Presented by N.Y. Division (27th U.S.A.), Lexington Theatre, N.Y., Apr. 11-20, 1918. - Program

Program: "You Know Me, Al!" A Farce with Music. Presented by the New York Division (27th U.S.A.), Lexington Theatre, New York, April 11 to 20, 1918. Booklet, [24] pp plus covers, illustrated. This World War One presentation by the New York Division Theatre (which was the Twenty-Seventh Division, U.S. Army) was obviously intended as a public relations and morale booster plus there are promotional pages about being able to enlist in the lobby of the theatre as well as an ad to buy Liberty Bonds. It is notable in respects to Hoboken for its director, a Private Harry Gribble. Besides his credit lines and a caricature, there is a photo of him on page [7]. Gribble as Harry Wagstaff Gribble

Image of Condolence notes sent to Florence Miller, Hoboken, Apr.-June, 1919 on the death of her fiance, Allan W. Moore. - Correspondence

Condolence notes sent to Florence Miller, Hoboken, Apr.-June, 1919 on the death of her fiance, Allan W. Moore. - Correspondence

Letters of condolence sent to Florence G. Miller, 716 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, April-June, 1919, on the death of her fiance, Allan W. Moore. Various formats and dates. Six detailed dated items plus 2 undated pieces. Not transcribed. Moore died ca. Sunday, April 10, 1919 in Hoboken. Letter 1: note paper; from Stack, no address, Hoboken, April 15, 1919. Letter 2: note paper, single folio, 2 pages used; from A.C. Marion Campbell, 702 Hudson St., Hoboken, April 15, 1919. Letter 3: note paper, single folio, 3 pages used, with envelope: from Martin G. Henley, 216 Chestnut St., Mt. Carmel, Ill. April 22, 1919. Letter 4, plain notecard, front & back: from Elizabeth Josselyn Howar

Image of Ad (World War II): Proudly Our Men and Women Wear Their Emblems of Honor [Military "E" Awards]. Keuffel & Esser Co., n.d., ca. 1943. - Ad, Magazine

Ad (World War II): Proudly Our Men and Women Wear Their Emblems of Honor [Military "E" Awards]. Keuffel & Esser Co., n.d., ca. 1943. - Ad, Magazine

Advertisement (World War II): Proudly Our Men and Women Wear Their Emblems of Honor (Military "E" Awards). Keuffel & Esser Co., New York and Hoboken, N.J. No date, circa 1943. Clipped full page, 11-1/8" wide x 14" high, being page 195 from unknown publication (probably "Fortune" magazine.) Depicts banners of the Army-Navy Production Award ("E" Award) pennants or flags from August 1941, May 1942 and the third with two stars from circa 1943. Text: Proudly Our Men and Women Wear Their Emblems of Honor We are privileged to serve the war effort directly-in the making of important fire.control instruments. . . Our men and women won their first "E" Award in August 1941-their second in

Image of Letters, 2,  to Florence & Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield Street from Cadet Richard Paganelli, Jr., Edgewood Arsenal, Oct.12 & Nov. 17, 1942. - Letter

Letters, 2, to Florence & Madeline Miller, 716 Bloomfield Street from Cadet Richard Paganelli, Jr., Edgewood Arsenal, Oct.12 & Nov. 17, 1942. - Letter

Two letters to Florence and Madeline Miller of 716 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken from Cadet Richard "Dick" Paganelli, Jr., Edgewood Arsenal, MD, Oct. 12 and Nov. 17, 1942. Holographic letters with envelopes (note franking: "free.") From the family papers of Florence Miller. Transcriptions of both letters is in notes. First letter is addressed to both Florence and Madeline with the second only to Florence. Apparently his training at the Arsenal in the first full year of World War II was in Chemical Warfare as mentioned in letter 1. The base was used by both the Army and Navy. Paganelli's posting in the Regiment of Cadets, changed between letters one and two- letter 1: Company I, 3rd

Image of Military Telephone Directory, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N.J.; N.Y., N.Y. Sept. 1918. Issued by Information Office, Hoboken. - Directory, Telephone

Military Telephone Directory, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N.J.; N.Y., N.Y. Sept. 1918. Issued by Information Office, Hoboken. - Directory, Telephone

Military Telephone Directory, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N.J.; New York, N.Y. September 10, 1918. Softcover, 5-3/4" wide x 8-3/4" high, 116 pp plus covers. Selected text from alphabetical section is in notes. PDF on file. Tiffs media archive. Issued by the Information Office, Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, Room 367, Pier 2. Cover text besides title and date: "Destroy Directory dated July 1, 1918, as many listings have been changed. The contents of this Directory were compiled from information furnished by the various departments and are confidential and may not be republished in any form without permission of the military authorities." Part I. Alphabetical Section Part I

Image of Menu: Thanksgiving Dinner. 301st Guard &  Fire Co., Q.M.C., U.S.A. U.S. Army Piers, Hoboken, N..J., Nov. 28, 1918. - Menu

Menu: Thanksgiving Dinner. 301st Guard & Fire Co., Q.M.C., U.S.A. U.S. Army Piers, Hoboken, N..J., Nov. 28, 1918. - Menu

Menu: Thanksgiving Dinner. 301st Guard and Fire Co., Q.M.C. [Quartermasters Corps], U.S.A. [United States Army]; United States Army Piers, Hoboken, New Jersey, Thursday, November 28th, 1918. Single folio printed cardstock, 5-1/4" wide x 7" high, [4] pp. (Pages [2], [4] blank.) The cover has a full color patriotic vignette of a honor guard, Navy and Army, flanking a nurse in white uniform and headdress. It is embossed as can be seen on page [2]. The holiday would have had a special significance as the Armistice that was declared on November 11, 1918 ending World War I hostilities, had occurred less than three weeks earlier. That the war was over meant that the role of these servicemen ha

Image of Keuffel & Esser Co, [Hoboken.] Souvenir pamphlet commemorating the sixth renewal of the Army-Navy "E" Award. August 1945. - Pamphlet

Keuffel & Esser Co, [Hoboken.] Souvenir pamphlet commemorating the sixth renewal of the Army-Navy "E" Award. August 1945. - Pamphlet

Keuffel & Esser Co, [Hoboken.] Souvenir pamphlet commemorating the sixth renewal of the Army-Navy "E" [Excellence] Award. Single folio, 5-7/8" wide x 8-5/8" high, [4] pp. The publication was created for distribution to employees, possibly at a presentation ceremony. Page [2] is fascimile of a K&E letter, August 30, 1945, to employees about the award. [Note griffin trademark still on letterhead.] The bottom left corner of this letter depicts the pennant with the previous awards (stars) with this text: Sixth award for excellence in production. Army & Navy "E" pennant with five stars attached, September 5, 1944. Page [3] is a letter from the Navy, August 28, 1945, to Carl Bernegau, K

Image of K&E 3-Time Winner 'E' Award. Booklet re presentation ceremony of Nov. 4, 1942. Issued by Kueffel & Esser, Hoboken, ca. late 1942. - Pamphlet

K&E 3-Time Winner 'E' Award. Booklet re presentation ceremony of Nov. 4, 1942. Issued by Kueffel & Esser, Hoboken, ca. late 1942. - Pamphlet

K&E 3-Time Winner 'E' Award. Publication commemorating presentation ceremony of November 4, 1942. Issued by Keuffel & Esser Co., Hoboken, probably late 1942. Booklet, 8-5/8" wide x 11" high, [16] pp., illustrated. PDF on file. The Army-Navy "E" [Excellence] Award (a star for a pennant) which was issued by the Navy Board for Production Awards - cover depicts the pennant with the two stars previously awarded (the first was August 6, 1941 and the second on May 28, 1942.)

Image of Pass to Port of Embarkation, all piers, Hoboken, N.J., issued Dec. 2, 1918 to George C. Briggs. - Pass

Pass to Port of Embarkation, all piers, Hoboken, N.J., issued Dec. 2, 1918 to George C. Briggs. - Pass

Headquarters Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, New Jersey, Special Pass; issued to George C. Briggs (Chicago Daily News), Dec. 2, 1918; to "All piers under jurisdiction of this Port"; good "to and including Dec. 6, 1918." Printed paper form, 2-1/2" high x 4-1/16" wide with ink-stamped issue date, typewritten entries and ink signature (not legible) of authorizing officer. Press-numbered with pass number: 1362. The line "By Command of Major General Shanks" has "Major General [David C.] Shanks" x'ed over and the name "Brig-Gen McManus" [Brigadier General George H. McManus] typed above. The printed text "Not Good on Sailing Days" has been crossed out and initialed by the issuing officer. Also

Image of The Link. Lipton [Tea] Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 15, 1942. - Newsletter

The Link. Lipton [Tea] Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 15, 1942. - Newsletter

The Link. Lipton [Tea] Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 1, September 15, 1942. House organ published by Lipton Tea Company in Hoboken, N.J. Modern color fascimile copy, unpaginated, 10 leaves 8-1/2" x 11" high. Source of original was a copy in the Continental Foods, Inc. Library. PDF on file. Full text is in notes. Original was a typewritten mimeographed publication for employees and has a significant amount of copy related to the World War II which as the first page relates was the reason for the birth of this newsletter which they also called a "company newspaper." This publication also called at other times The Lipton Link.

Image of Port of Embarkation orders [WWI] for Coast Artillery Reserve Corps & Coast Artillery Corps to embark for France, Hoboken, Dec. 7, 1917. - Documents

Port of Embarkation orders [WWI] for Coast Artillery Reserve Corps & Coast Artillery Corps to embark for France, Hoboken, Dec. 7, 1917. - Documents

Extract from orders for Officers of the Coast Artillery Reserve Corps and Coast Artillery Corps, Fort Monroe, Va. to report ot the General Superintendent, Army Transport Service, [Port of Embarkation, Hoboken, N.J.] for first available tranportation to France. Issued Dec. 7, 1917, date stamp Jan. 10, 1918. Two mimeograph duplicated leaves, 8" x 13" high, ink stamps on both leaves, signature on one and blind emboss seal at lower left corner. Transit orders: full text and roster with names, ranks, corps are in notes.

Image of Address book from 1942-1944 belonging to Mrs. Alex [Amelia] Craig, 409 Washington St., Hoboken.
 - Book, Address

Address book from 1942-1944 belonging to Mrs. Alex [Amelia] Craig, 409 Washington St., Hoboken. - Book, Address

Address book belonging to Mrs. Alex [Amelia] Craig, 409 Washington St., Hoboken, 1942-1944. Semi-limp brown leather book, 2-1/2" wide x 4" high, with tabbed printed address leaves. A good example of domestic life during the Second World War. She started the book in 1942 to record the addresses of her family members in the U.S. Army during World War II. It has a number of addresses as they moved to different posts, most undated, but two are dated 1944. Also some other servicemen's addresses are found. She did use the book in the usual way to keep some addresses of other family members and friends, but many page spreads went unused or only had fragmentary notes or lists. Notable, to

Image of Letter, V-mail, from Captain S.J. Chasonoff, APO, to Sam Kusseluk, 109 10th St., Hoboken; APO N.Y., July 4, 1945. - Letter

Letter, V-mail, from Captain S.J. Chasonoff, APO, to Sam Kusseluk, 109 10th St., Hoboken; APO N.Y., July 4, 1945. - Letter

V-Mail letter from Captain S.J. Chasonoff, to Sam Kusseluk, 109 10th St., Hoboken; postmarked Army Post Office, New York, July 4, 1945. Printed form, 8" wide x 11" high folded as mailed to 4" high x 5-1/2" wide. Holographic text. Chasonoff wrote on July 1 from Devonport, England to "Sammy." Kusseluk was a member of the family that operated Kusseluk Shoe Store at the Hoboken address.

Image of Letter from Sgt. H.G. Koenig to S.& H. Kusseluk, 129 [sic 109] 10th St., Hoboken; postmarked APO, Fort Benning, GA, Jan. 8, 1943. - Letter

Letter from Sgt. H.G. Koenig to S.& H. Kusseluk, 129 [sic 109] 10th St., Hoboken; postmarked APO, Fort Benning, GA, Jan. 8, 1943. - Letter

Letter from Sergeant H. G. Koenig to Sammy & Harry Kusseluk, 129 [sic 109] 10th St., Hoboken; postmarked Army Post Office, Fort Benning, GA, Jan. 8, 1943. Single leaf printed U.S. Army, Fort Benning stationery, 6-1/8" wide x 10" high; holographic text both sides of sheet. Howie [Howard] Koenig wrote on January 8th to the Kusseluks. They operated the Kusseluk Shoe Store at the Hoboken address which although this letter was mis-addressed to 129 rather than 109, it easily found its way to them.

Image of Letter to K&E Hoboken employees re 7th War Loan results from K&E Co., Hoboken, July 10, 1945. - Letter

Letter to K&E Hoboken employees re 7th War Loan results from K&E Co., Hoboken, July 10, 1945. - Letter

Letter "To All Employees" from Keuffel & Esser Co., Hoboken, July 10, 1945, re the results of the Seventh War Loan [drive] that concluded on June 30th. Color photocopy of original; original copy not present. Full text is in notes. The Army - Navy "E" Award pennant (Award for Excellence in Production) is displayed on the letterhead at the lower left (partial view). Text below states "Five Stars Attached September 8, 1944."