|Title||Color photos, 3, of demolition at northeast corner of former Maxwell House Coffee plant, Hoboken, 2004.|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||Hoboken Buildings & Real Estate Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Donald "Red" Barrett|
Color photographs, three, of demolition at the northeast corner of the former Maxwell House Coffee plant, Hoboken, 2004.
4" x 6" wide gloss prints. Photographs by Donald "Red" Barrett. Reverse of all are blank.
A series of views from northeast to east taken on the site not far from the guardhouse. (see photos 2013.057.0007 to .0010 for other views of the site during demolition of this area.)
In the far background of photos 1 and 2 is 2 Twelfth St., the South Independence, an apartment building between Shipyard Lane and Frank Sinatra Drive North.
Photo 1: demolition is completed, note 2 12th St. at left.
Photo 2: same viewpoint further east showing, only a small portion of 2 12th St. is still visible.
Photo 3: another shot with the apartment building no longer in the view; Manhattan skyline.
|Photographer||Barrett, Donald "Red"|
|Year Range from||2004|
|Year Range to||2004|
Maxwell House Coffee plant
Frank Sinatra Drive
2 Twelfth St.
Business & Commerce