|Title||Linoleum block print: Stevens Gate. Hoboken, n.d., [issued June 1932.]|
|Collection||Hoboken Schools & School Activities Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Lee & Richard Raines|
Linoleum block print: Stevens Gate. Hoboken, no date, ca. 1930-1940. Ca. 6' high x 4" wide image printed in black on ca. 8-1/2" x 10" tan wove paper.
Art made by Hoboken school (probably David E. Rue School) student who did not sign the work in the image as others in this series did. He was identified as Edwin Baker from a published list regarding the the set. It was number 10 in a series of 16 numbered prints plus a printed cover. See related. See notes for background on the set.
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|Year Range from||1932|
|Year Range to||1932|
School No. 1 (David E. Rue)
Stevens Institute of Technology
|Caption||cropped to image|
1932 printed text regarding set, see 2009.002.0002.
The students of the Drawing Class, under the direction of Miss Theresa F. Rabold have made this portfolio of interesting views in and around Hoboken.
Some of the blocks were made from photographs; others, numbers, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12, and 15, were made from sketches of views, as seen from home or classroom.
Linoleum was obtained through the kindness of Mr. William J. Duffy.
Students in the shop mounted the blocks under the direction of Mr. Harry Branton.
1. High School Entrance, Clifford Pampel
2. S. S. Leviathan, Albert Menken
3. Empire State Building, Gertrude Inhulsen
4. New York Skyline, Ferdinand Pflug
5. Post Office, Stephen Lisitza
6. Columbus Park Pavilion, Bernard Jackson
7. Waldheim-Stevens Forum, Frank Spencer
8. Eighth Street Entrance to Castle Point, Anne Humburg
9. Lipton Building, Fred Huneke
10. Sixth Street Entrance to Castle Point, Edwin Baker
11. Stevens Institute, Jean Montenegro
12. Viaduct to hill, Fred Scocco
13. City Hall, Chancie Florio
14. Lackawanna Ferry, Dorothea Syvertsen
15. Castle Stevens, James Reeves
16. S. S. Staatendam, Leo Sylvester
17. Cover - Lettering, Catherine Petrosino
Seal, Joseph Macaluso
As received: mounted in acidic modern matte with backboard; gummed linen tape. Matte discarded; tape remains and tape repair not removed. Later markings on reverse.
Donor, Mrs. Raines started teaching first grade on March 4, 1954 at David E. Rue School, Hoboken. Per Lee Raines, 2005: she found these items in her desk drawer when she started work at the Rue School.