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Name U.S. Navy
Details United States Navy.
Number of Archive records 39
Number of Object records 17
Number of Library records 5
Number of Photo records 31

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Image of General plan of the Bethlehem Steel Company, Shipbuilding Division, Hoboken Yard, March, 1952. - Map

General plan of the Bethlehem Steel Company, Shipbuilding Division, Hoboken Yard, March, 1952. - Map

General plan of the Bethlehem Steel Company, Shipbuilding Division, Hoboken Yard, March, 1952. 8-1/2" x 11" photocopy. Other copies of this map are in the museum collections.

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, Outboard Profile LST 1161, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1970's. - Drawing, Technical

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, Outboard Profile LST 1161, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1970's. Black-line print with reversed image, 30-1/2" high x ca. 6 feet long. Detail image shown has been reversed for convenience. Vessel designation LST 1161-S0103-H-1387709. Another number, repeated twice, 29551. Also numbered above vessel number is "20". It does not appear that this drawing was originally made at the Hoboken site.

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, Inboard Profile LST 1161, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1970's. - Drawing, Technical

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, Inboard Profile LST 1161, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1970's. Black-line print with reversed image, 30-1/2" high x ca. 6 feet long. Detail image shown has been reversed for convenience. Vessel designation LST 1161-S0103-H-1387709. Another number, repeated twice, 29550. Also numbered above vessel number is "19". It does not appear that this drawing was originally made at the Hoboken site.

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, U.S.N.S. Mizar, Capacity Plan, Tables, [Hoboken], no date, ca. 1979. - Drawing, Technical

Technical drawing from the Bethlehem Steel Hoboken Shipyard, U.S.N.S. Mizar, Capacity Plan, Tables, [Hoboken], no date, ca. 1979. Black-line print with reversed image, 30-1/2" high x ca. 8 feet long. Detail image shown has been reversed for convenience. Original drawing: Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command, Design Branch, Pacific, Oakland, Calif. Selected Record Plan. T-AGOR II; 845;1173840; Rev A; Sheet 2 of 2. (Sheet 1 is not present.) Reverse of title black has penciled number: M-1759. It is a typical plan designation for drawings on file or in use at the Hoboken yard.

Image of Pamphlet: The U.S.S. Siboney's Paris Leave. July 19-29, 1919. With: promotional flyer for Pantheon of the War, Paris, no date, (1919). - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: The U.S.S. Siboney's Paris Leave. July 19-29, 1919. With: promotional flyer for Pantheon of the War, Paris, no date, (1919). - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: The U.S.S. Siboney's Paris Leave. July 19-29, 1919. Pamphlet, 4" wide x 7" high, [4] pp. With: promotional flyer for Pantheon of the War, Paris, no date, (1919). Typical of items that military personnel would receive when on leave. cf. 2006.012.0000 (and 'related') for list of ephemera in this group and background on the vessel as provided by a dealer of this material. (The Siboney, part of the Cruiser and Transport fleet of World War I, is known to have docked at Hoboken (Port of Embarkation and Debarkation) on May 15, 1918 and departed on the 16th for Virginia.) The Paris Leave pamphlet was apparently a stock promotional brochure issued by the Panorama Picture of the War whi

World War One archive of eight items related to the U.S.S. Siboney ca. 1918-1919 including a ship history. - List

World War One archive of eight items related to the U.S.S. Siboney ca. 1918-1919 including a ship history. All are catalogued as described below. See related. In this record: two-pages of a seller's description of the group including a history of the ship (source of that information is not given.) Two leaves, 8-1/2" x 11". Only pages 1 and 2 are present although marked as part of a 3-page group. The group of ephemera related to the U.S.S. Siboney includes original items as separately catalogued: Archives 2006.012.0001 -Two items: Paris Leave 1919. With: flyer for Pantheon of the War exhibit. Photos 2006.012.0002 - Eight printed black-and-white photographic views of the U.S.S. Si

Image of Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. - Catalog

Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. - Catalog

Stevens Institute of Technology, 74th (seventy-fourth) Annual Catalog, Castle Point, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1944. 8vo softcover, pp. 112. This copy belonged to a junior at the college, Walter E[dward]. Braun, Class of '45, whose ink stamped name is on front cover. Imaged are front endleaf map, contents, pages 13-14 which relate the World War Two programs including the War Industries Training School, Stevens Accelerated-Service Plan and the Navy College Training Program which was a Naval Reserves (517) engineering unit, V-12 unit of 513. Also image are the only photos in the publication (and not in the table of contents). Aerial photo facing pg. 26: Castle Point: A View over College Build

Image of Troop billet card for U.S.S. Leviathan, U.S. Navy Armed Transport, no date, circa 1917-1919. - Card, Admittance

Troop billet card for U.S.S. Leviathan, U.S. Navy Armed Transport, no date, circa 1917-1919. - Card, Admittance

Troop billet card for U.S.S. Leviathan, U.S. Navy Armed Transport, no date, circa 1917-1919. Printed card stock, 3" high x 4-1/2" wide. Used during World War I when the Leviathan operated out of Hoboken which was the Port of Embarkation and later Port of Debarkation for U.S. Army personnel. This ticket or pass is printed in blue ink with specific location information printed in red. The red printing indicates that the compartment "ERS-1" is located on "E" deck "Amidship." Bunk is printed as "No. 1559" and is crossed out and inked in as "500." Deck space: "B-Deck port side." Latrines and washroom in compartment: "E-Room Sec. No. 1." Abandon Ship Mustering Station: "No. 4," located: "B-Deck

Image of The Convoy. Vol. 1, No. 3, May 1919. Published Monthly at the Steneck Building, Hoboken, N.J. - Serial

The Convoy. Vol. 1, No. 3, May 1919. Published Monthly at the Steneck Building, Hoboken, N.J. - Serial

The Convoy. Volume 1, Number 3, May 1919. Published Monthly at the Steneck Building, Hoboken, N.J., in the Interests of the Force by Men of the Regular Navy. Folio magazine, 8-3/4" wide x 11-5/8" high, 36 pp. including covers; illustrated. Horizontal crease at center. PDF on file. Masthead and editorials, page 22. (Notes address as Room 203, Steneck Building, 34 Newark St. - Steneck Building at the southeast corner of River and First Streets is 95 River St. - the Newark St. address may have been another location used by the Steneck Trust Company during the First World War.) Major articles, many including photographs of ships and a few personnel, include: Vessels Lost and Damaged.

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 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 Letters dated 1946 from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Letters dated 1946 from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Group of 1946 letters from Lieutenant George R. Maier, U.S. Naval Reserve, Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. Thirteen holographic letters, several multiple pages, with envelopes, postmarked May 25 to December 10, 1946. Return address was N.A.S. (Naval Air Station) and either Sqd (Squadron) I or B.O.Q. (Base Operations Headquarters.) May 25 June 13 June 19 June 21 August 15 September 9? Sept. 23 October 2 Oct. 31 November 4 Nov. 12 Nov. 20 December 10 Correspondence is generally about his military and domestic life in Memphis.

Image of Letters dated 1947 from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Letters dated 1947 from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Group of 1947 letters from Lieutenant George R. Maier, U.S. Naval Reserve, Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. Eight holographic letters, several multiple pages, with envelopes, postmarked January 2 to August 7, 1947. Return address was N.A.S. (Naval Air Station) and B.O.Q. (Base Operations Headquarters) except August 7th letter which had address, 1910 Mignon Ave., Memphis, Tenn. January 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 29 April 28 May 12 May 31 August 7 Correspondence is generally about his military and domestic life in Memphis.

Image of Letter, Oct. 19, 1947, from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Letter, Oct. 19, 1947, from Lt. George R. Maier, U.S.N.R., Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George Maier, 833 Bloomfield St. - Letter

Letter, Oct. 19, 1947, from Lieutenant George R. Maier, U.S. Naval Reserve, Memphis, Tenn., to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. Single leaf, written both sides, with postmarked envelope. Return address was N.A.S. (Naval Air Station) and B.O.Q. (Base Operations Headquarters.) Correspondence is generally about his military and domestic life in Memphis with comment that he is looking forward to returning home and is now allowed to use civilian dress.

Image of Mileage Voucher submission with military separation documents for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, July 29, 1947. - Documents

Mileage Voucher submission with military separation documents for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, July 29, 1947. - Documents

Mileage Voucher submission with military separation documents for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, July 29, 1947. Four documents, various dates; printed or mimeographed forms with typewritten (carbon) or holographic entries and signatures, 8" wide x varying lengths, longest is 13". With: envelope. Maier was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserves and based at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee. The first three documents were 'original' copies necessary as supporting papers for the Mileage Voucher (document 4) which shows he left Memphis on June 1 and arrived in Hoboken, June 9th ("paid to Jersey City nearest RR stop, Via Philadelphia, PA.") The documents relate to h

Image of D.L. & W. R.R. freight bill & notice of arrival of freight for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, June 13 & 30, 1947 - Documents

D.L. & W. R.R. freight bill & notice of arrival of freight for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, June 13 & 30, 1947 - Documents

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad freight bill and notice of arrival of freight for George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, June 13 and 30, 1947. Printed forms, carbon typescript; multiple ink stamps. With: envelope. Maier was a former Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserves and was based at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee. The items being shipped home at government expense were three boxes, non military household effects. Note that this operation of the D.L. & W. was in Jersey City, not Hoboken, at 629 Grove St. They only allowed 48 hours free storage before charges began to be incurred.

Image of Telegram from George R. Maier to Mr. & Mrs. George [A.] Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, March 25, 1944. - Telegram

Telegram from George R. Maier to Mr. & Mrs. George [A.] Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, March 25, 1944. - Telegram

Telegram from George R. Maier to Mr. & Mrs. George [A.] Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, March 25, 1944. Western Union form. "Dear Mom & Dad will be home Monday late with car and wings, Love, George." George R. Maier sent this from New Orleans. The 'wings' were presumably earned while was on World War II active duty in the U.S. Naval Reserves and as a Lieutenant was later based at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee.

Image of Telegram to Lt. George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, from Dick, Memphis, Tenn., Aug.29, 1946. - Telegram

Telegram to Lt. George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, from Dick, Memphis, Tenn., Aug.29, 1946. - Telegram

Telegram to Lt. George R. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken, from Dick, Memphis, Tenn., August 29, 1946. Western Union form. "Return immediately. Exec and OOD on warpath. Dick." 'Exec' - Executive Officer 'OOD' - Officer of the Deck George R. Maier was on active duty in the U.S. Naval Reserves and as a Lieutenant was based at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee. Presumably he as on leave when he received this message.

Image of Telegrams, 2, to George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken from Lt. George R. Maier, Memphis & Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 10 & Dec 20, 1946. - Telegram

Telegrams, 2, to George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken from Lt. George R. Maier, Memphis & Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 10 & Dec 20, 1946. - Telegram

Two telegrams to George A. Maier, 833 Bloomfield St., Hoboken from Lt. George R. Maier, Memphis & Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 10 & Dec 20, 1946. Western Union forms. October10th from Memphis: "Dad weather bad expect me early part of next week, George." December 20th from Knoxville: "Dear Mom and Dad expect to arrive late tomorrow night or early Sunday morning, Jeanette with me, Love, George." There are clothing size measurements in pencil on the back. George R. Maier was on active duty in the U.S. Naval Reserves and as a Lieutenant was based at the Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee.

Image of Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. NY, June 1944. - Report

Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. NY, June 1944. - Report

Todd Shipyards Corporation. Review of Operations 1943-1944. June 1944. One Broadway, New York, N.Y. Booklet, 9" wide x 11-7/8" high, 32 pp. plus covers. Photo illustrated. Two copies. PDF on file. The company had operated the former Tietjen & Lang Dry Dock Co. facility in Weehawken Cove since 1916 using a Hoboken address of Park Avenue and 17th Street. In the list on page [32] of divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates, it is called the "Hoboken Division" and stated "(Formerly Todd Hoboken Dry Docks Inc.)" The many photographs do not name the specific shipyard shown and Hoboken is mentioned only once in the text on page 5: "when severe winter weather stopped production of LCT (Landi