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Name Wonder Bread Bakery
Details Located at 8th and Clinton Street

Schmalz & Sons Bakery was the original company on this site. They constructed the buildings. Wonder Bread and its corporate parents were the successors to Schmalz.
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Image of Ad, Hostess Cup Cakes: Hostess Cream Filled Cup Cakes. By Continental Baking Co.; in Life, June 11, 1956. - Ad, Magazine

Ad, Hostess Cup Cakes: Hostess Cream Filled Cup Cakes. By Continental Baking Co.; in Life, June 11, 1956. - Ad, Magazine

Hostess Cup Cakes ad: Hostess Cream Filled Cup Cakes. Full-page color magazine advertisement by Continental Baking Co., Inc. as published in Life, June 11, 1956, page [136]. Clipped leaf, 9-3/4" wide x 14" high. See notes for text. Hoboken at that time had a Wonder Bread bakery (a Continental Baking brand) and another site devoted to production of their dessert products where they made them for the region. Those products included Hostess Twinkies and Hostess Sno-Balls (shown in pink and white); packaging is seen along with a cross-section of each showing the filling. They were priced the same as the Cup Cakes, ten cents for a package of two. The ad is a typical example of advertising by

Image of Wonder Bread Bakery shipping case, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1950's. - Case

Wonder Bread Bakery shipping case, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1950's. - Case

Wonder Bread Bakery shipping case, Hoboken, N.J., no date, ca. 1950's. Fiberboard bin, open top, with metal corners and edge reinforcements. 24" wide x 21" long x 13" high. No lid as made. Handhold on short ends. Hand painted lettering on handle ends: Wonder Bakery, Hoboken, N.J. 4-53. One end of the bin has a manufacturer's decal. The "4-53" probably refers to a delivery route or customer rather than to the date.

Image of Wood ruler, 12", advertising Wonder Bread, (Hoboken), n.d., ca. 1950-1970. - Ruler, Advertising

Wood ruler, 12", advertising Wonder Bread, (Hoboken), n.d., ca. 1950-1970. - Ruler, Advertising

Wood ruler, 12", advertising Wonder Bread, (Hoboken), no date, circa 1950-1970. "Wonder Bread Helps Build Strong Bodies 12 Ways!" On the back the twelve ways are detailed. No Hoboken markings on the item, but it was a brand sold locally as well as there was a Wonder Bread Bakery in Hoboken from circa 1930s to the 1960s. From the former Kostelecky family residence and business at 218 Bloomfield St., Hoboken.

Image of A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. - Pamphlet

A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. - Pamphlet

A Nice Tavern: Remembering the Continental Hotel and the Union Club. Recollections of Paul Samperi. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2008. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [ii], 38 plus cover. Ten copies. Seventeenth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum under project grant. Interview conducted by daughter Patricia Samperi on April 27, 2007. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library.

Image of Kid: Recollections of Patsy Louis Freda. - Pamphlet

Kid: Recollections of Patsy Louis Freda. - Pamphlet

Kid: Recollections of Patsy Louis Freda. Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project, 2012. 1st edition thus. 8vo booklet, illustrated, pp. [iv], 24 plus cover; illustrated. Three copies. Tiffs media archive. PDF on file. Twenty-fourth in the series of chapbooks titled: Vanishing Hoboken: The Hoboken Oral History Project. A project of The Friends of the Hoboken Public Library and the Hoboken Historical Museum. Chapbook published by the Museum with support from John Wiley & Sons. Interview conducted by Holly Metz and Robert Foster on February 3 and April 2, 2012 at the Freda home (11 Willow Terrace), Hoboken. Transcript of interview is on file at the Hoboken Public Library and Hoboken Histori