|Title||Postcard: [Hoboken, New Jersey, Second Police Precinct, Willow Avenue, Sgt. John Cross, top row - right.] No date, circa 1910-1920 image; issue date circa 1980s; unposted.|
|Collection||Robert Foster Collection|
|Credit||Courtesy of Robert Foster|
Postcard: [Hoboken, New Jersey, Second Police Precinct, Willow Avenue, Sgt. John Cross, top row - right.] No date, circa 1910-1920 image; issue date circa 1990s; unposted. Photographic print with imprinted (Kodak) back.
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.
View of fourteen police officers and one man in suit posed on the front steps of the precinct house which was on the northeast corner of Willow Avenue and Twelfth Street. None are identified except for Sergeant Cross of the Hoboken Police Department who is also seen in another postcard as a patrolman or roundsman, objects 2006.034.0760.
|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||2000|
Second Precinct, Hoboken Police Dept.