|Title||Postcard: Meyer's Hotel, Hoboken, N.J. with artwork from grill, old man with quote, No date, circa 1933-1952.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
Postcard: Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J. Known the World Over. Hoboken, New Jersey. From the Original in Our Grill. [drawn image: old man leaning on barrel]; text below: "I don't know nothing, I don't own nothing, I don't own nothing, I don't want nothing, So I'm perfectly happy." No date, circa 1933-1952. (text on back helps to date it.) 3-1/2" wide x 5-5/8" high. Divided back; one cent postage required.
Name of hotel was Meyer's, 231 Hudson St.
Printed text on back: This famous old hostelry, established over fifty years ago, the favorite stopping place of nobility, statesmen and stage celebrities before their embarkation upon European voyages, still retains its quaint atmosphere and continues to offer delightful well-cooked menus.
|Year Range from||1933|
|Year Range to||1952|
231 Hudson St.
Business & Commerce