|Title||Postcard: [Roundsman John Cross, Second Precinct, Hoboken Police Department, Hoboken, New Jersey.] No date, circa 1900 image; issue date circa 1980s; unposted.|
|Collection||Robert Foster Collection|
|Credit||Courtesy of Robert Foster|
Postcard: [Roundsman John Cross, Second Precinct, Hoboken Police Department, Hoboken, New Jersey.] No date, circa 1900 image; issue date circa 1990s; unposted. Photographic print with imprinted (no paper type) back. Enclosure: newsclipping reproduction regarding John Cross.
No publisher stated or stock number. Issued by Dorothy Bloodgood, a relative of Cross.
No text or caption appears on the card. All titling is from a post-it note attached to the postcard.
Enclosed is a newsclipping datelined Hoboken, July 7, of unstated year from an unstated newspaper ("Special Service of the NEWS.") titled: "Policeman Dives Overboard to Rescue Man and Woman."
Police officer [patrolman] Cross in full uniform rescued 70-year old Mrs. Lugie Tutterilli of 725 Adams St., Hoboken and a John Franck of Brooklyn from the pierhead area at Fifteenth Street. Both were sent to St. Mary Hospital where the woman was in serious condition.
|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||2000|
Tutterilli, Mrs. Lugie
Second Precinct, Hoboken Police Dept.
725 Adams St.
Saint Mary Hospital