|Title||Slides: 21 color transparencies of condo conversion construction, Washington St. bewtween 7th & 8th Sts., Hoboken, 1983-1984.|
|Object Name||Transparency, Slide|
|Catalog Number||2001.032.0025.00 index|
|Collection||Bruce Tamberelli Hoboken Image Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Bruce Tamberelli|
Color 35mm slides of building on east of Washington between Seventh and Eighth Streets being converted to condos, Hoboken, ca. 1983. Photos taken by Bruce Tamberelli. 21 images: 2001.032.0025.01 to 2001.032.0025.21.
Original container title: Construction sites, Washington St., 8th; Gardens; Superior.
The development of 4 buildings (numbers 723, 725, 727 and 729) was called Washington Gardens. Seen at the corner of Eighth and Washington Streets is Saint Matthew's Trinity Lutheran Parish Center, 731 Washington St.
Plus a open house offered by Vima Properties, address not seen.
|Year Range from||1983.0|
|Year Range to||1983.0|
723 Washington St.
725 Washington St.
729 Washington St.
727 Washington St.
731 Washington St.
Saint Matthew Trinity Lutheran Parish Center
As received, almost all slides were sorted, boxed and labeled by the photographer. The typical container was a photo processor's yellow Kodak box with slip case. The container was given a very short holographic description by the photographer, sometimes with a date, but most without one. The boxes were not numbered or in any apparent sequence. Dating for a box or for an individual image was established by the processor's date on the slide mount or the photographer's ink copyright stamp. (Some boxes had labels indicating the processing date to the month; this would not have been a reliable source for this information. It is known that the photographer routinely sorted and resorted the slides and the likelihood that they were in their original box was very small.)
A few hundred were received out of boxes. Some of these plus others from boxes were used by the museum curator prior to cataloging with some images resorted by him without record of their original location in the collection. No attempt was made to resort them and there are some anomalies as a result. These slides have been noted as out of box and have been sorted into groups of 40 slides for cataloging record purposes.
While most of Tamberelli's images are documentary, some can be categorized as artwork. He made use of double exposures to create some images.
|Film Size||35 mm|