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Title Hoboken History, No. 4, Summer 1992.
Object Name Serial
Catalog Number 2005.006.0005
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Collection Hoboken Historical Museum Archives
Credit Museum Collection.
Summary Hoboken History, Number 4, Summer 1992. The Magazine of the Hoboken Historical Museum. Booklet. pp. 20 including covers, illustrated. 8-3/8" wide x 11" high. 4 copies. PDF on file.

General contents:

P.T. Barnum's Great Hoboken Buffalo Stampede. 4-pages on Barnum, illus.

Hoboken in the Civil War: A Brilliant Record. 2 pp. Third Regiment, Hudson Brigade, William Hexamer, Battery A, Lieutenant A.N. Parsons.

Our Town's Men of Bronze. 2 pp. with 7 photographs by Robert Foster. Includes World War I monument in Elysian Park, Volunteer Firemen's Monument in Church Square Park, Civil Wa monument in Stevens Park, "The Torch Bearer" at Stevens Institute, Sam Sloan of the D.L. & W. in Lackawanna Plaza, Columbus statue in Columbus Park.

The Hoboken Bridge That Never Was. 4 pp. with illustrations of the proposed North River Bridge.

The Hoboken Flying Ship "United States." Robjohn project from Gleason's Pictorial; one page plus cover image

Memories of Sybil's Cave. By Leonard A. Luizzi, Sr.
Publisher Hoboken Historical Museum
Published Place Hoboken
Published Date 1992
Physical Description 4to booklet
Search Terms North River Bridge
Sybil's Cave
Civil War
Civil War Soldiers Monument
World War I
Lackawanna Railroad
Lackawanna Plaza
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Year Range from 1992
Year Range to 1992
People Barnum, P.T.
Luizzi, Leonard
Hexamer, William
Larned, Frederick S., Captain
Parsons, A.N., Lieutentant
Sloan, Sam
Robjohn, Mr.
Caption pg [1] front cover
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Classification War
Monuments & Statues
Cultural Activities
Real Estate
Government & Politics