|Title||Napkins, set 12, embroidered "Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J., J.H. Timken" N.d., ca. 1900-1920.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Phila Slade.|
Napkins, set of twelve, embroidered "Meyers Hotel, Hoboken, N.J., J.H. Timken" No date, circa 1900-1920. White patterned damask, 22" square.
Name is centered. J.H. Timken was John Henry Timken, founder and proprietor of the hotel and who operated it with his family until World War I or just after it.
Hotel name is found as Meyers as seen here and sometimes as Meyer's with the apostrophe.
|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||1920|
Timken, J. Henry
|Caption||B+W detail center, adjusted for legibility|
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