|Title||Sepia-toned photo of a young boy near World War I monument in Elysian Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1924-1926.|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Family & Friends Memorabilia Collection|
Sepia-toned photo of a young boy near World War I monument, Soldiers & Sailors Monument, in Elysian Park, Hoboken, no date, ca. 1924-1926. 3-1/2" high x ca. 2-1/2" wide print. Photographer not known. Reverse blank except for ink stamped processor's number: 43. He is not identified, but may be related to Charles Futterer and family. See notes. Enlarged print on file.
View is to the southeast.
See negatives and prints in photo records 2006.001.01xx series that appear to be related to one unidentifed family (possibly the Futterer family) who were probably residents of 108 10th Street, Hoboken. See notes for details.
|Year Range from||1924.0|
|Year Range to||1926.0|
108 Tenth St.
1001 Bloomfield St.
World War I
Soldiers & Sailors Monument
|Notes||The 108 Tenth Street address was the residential side entrance to the building at 1001 Bloomfield St. which was then Futterer's Market operated by Charles Futterer. Wife was Tenah. It would have been typical of the proprietor to live above his business.|
Social & Personal Activity
Monuments & Statues