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Hoboken in New Jersey, the seat of Mr. John Stevens / drawn, engraved & published by W. Birch, Springland near Bristol, Pennsylv'a.

Topographical map of Jersey City, Hoboken, and the adjacent country : describing minutely the courses of rivers and brooks, the township and original patent lines, railways, turnpike, carriage and bridle roads, the present farm boundaries with the names of their proprietors : a correct plan of public grounds and gentlemen's country seats, the position of farm houses, forests, swamps, and marshes, showing a complete view of the face of the country

City of New-York, Brooklyn, Jersey City & Quarantine Station on Staten Island

View of New York: Jersey City, Hoboken & Brooklyn

A baseball match at the Elysian Fields, Hoboken

The cricket match played at Hoboken on October 3-6, 1859, between the All England Eleven and the United States Twenty-Two A baseball match at the Elysian Fields, Hoboken.

Miller's new map of the city of New-York

Hoboken riding club, riding the "Jeu de Barre," or catch play, at their annual exhibition, March 24 / Bghs.

This is to certify that Sylvester R. Koehler has served as a fireman in the city of Hoboken the time prescribed by the laws of the state of New Jersey / designed & engraved by J.B. Forrest.

40 miles around New York

U.S. Reports: Clarita, and The Clara, The, 90 U.S. (23 Wall.) 1 (1875)

New York and Brooklyn, with Jersey City and Hoboken water front.

Colton's New York City : Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, etc

The city of Hoboken, New Jersey, 1881.

Altar of St. Paul of the Cross no. 2 St. Michaels, Passionist Church, at monastery, West Hoboken, N.J. / / Costello, photo, J.C. Heights, N.J.

New York harbor from Hoboken ferry

Lackawanna Sta., Hoboken Ferry

Lackawanna Sta., Hoboken Ferry

New York and Brooklyn, with Jersey City and Hoboken water front.

Lines of the Paterson, Passaic, & Rutherford Electric R'y and the Jersey City, Hoboken & Rutherford Electric R'y, and the Paterson Central Electric Ry., Charles A. Johnson, president, James A. Morrisse, vice president.

Germans in Hoboken to be deported

Germans at Hoboken to be deported

Germans at Hoboken

Beggar, holding pipe, with dog, Hoboken, N.J.

City of Hoboken, New Jersey 1904.

S.S. Bremen, North German Lloyde [i.e. Lloyd] Pier, Hoboken, N.J., The

Hamburg-American Line piers, Hoboken, N.J.

Entrance to Holland America Line piers, Hoboken, New Jersey

S.S. Bremen, North German Lloyde i.e. Lloyd Pier, Hoboken, N.J., The

S.S. Deutschland, Hamburg America line pier, Hoboken, N.J.

Holland America line piers, Hoboken, N.J.

Holland America line piers, Hoboken, N.J

[Entrance to Holland America Line piers, Hoboken, New Jersey]

Holland America Piers, Hoboken, N.Y. [i.e. N.J.]

Hamburg-American Line piers, Hoboken, N.J

S.S. Deutschland, Hamburg America line pier, Hoboken, N.J

Policeman and crowd at opening of N.Y. - N.J. Tunnel, Hoboken, N.J.

Roosevelt with crowd, Hoboken, N.J.

Panorama of New York west side and Highwood Park, New Jersey

Beggar, Hoboken

Beggar, Hoboken

Farley & Falconio arriving Hoboken

Beggar's dog - Hoboken

Beggar's dog - Hoboken

Beggar, Hoboken

Boat taking Farley & Falconio to Hoboken

Alfred Genalano - 12 Newark Street. 10 yrs. old - Carries to customers on River Street, in Segregated district - "Dunno how many." 3:30 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

Little girl, apparently 6 yrs. old - but didn't know her name or age - tending stand at Washington and 3rd St. for older sister (#3234). Saloon on corner. 3 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

4 P.M. Right - Frank Pristare, 456 Sixth St. 11 years old. Work "ain't good. Sells to a half-dozen customers, and a few extras. Spends all his money. Left - Chas. Ciensola, 115 Grand St. 14 years old and been selling 6 yrs. Mother takes in washing. Smokes hard, and attends tubercular clinic. Is in opportunity class, and grades no higher than 2 B. Compare with 10 year old boy. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

10 yr. old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs and 13 yrs old, take turns, tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 years old, often tends stand till 7:30 p.m. (See also #3237, 3238.) 3 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

10 yr. old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs and 13 yrs old, take turns, tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 years old, often tends stand till 7:30 p.m. (See also #3237, 3238.) 3 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

Little girl, apparently 6 yrs. old - but didn't know her name or age - tending stand at Washington and 3rd St. for older sister (#3234). Saloon on corner. 3 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

Thos. Messina - 116 Adams Street. 8 years old. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

Alfred Genalano - 12 Newark Street. 10 yrs. old - Carries to customers on River Street, in Segregated district - "Dunno how many." 3:30 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

Stephen Yankus - 350 Newark St., 8 yrs. old, and works till 10 P.M. Saturdays. Photo taken at Hudson Place and River Street at 4 P.M. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

10 yr. old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs. and 13 yrs. old take turns tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 yrs. old, often tends stand till 7:30 P.M. (See also #3236, #3238.) Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

Thos. Messina - 116 Adams Street. 8 years old. Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

10 yr. old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs. and 13 yrs. old take turns tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 yrs. old, often tends stand till 7:30 P.M. (See also #3236, #3238.) Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

10 yr old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On the right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs. and 13 yrs. old, take turns tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 yrs. old, often tends stand till 7:30 P.M. 3 P.M. (See also #3236, 3237.) Location: Hoboken, New Jersey.

10 yr old girl tending stand at 4th and Garden Streets. On the right is entrance to bar room of saloon. Stand is owned by Mr. Rakoff, whose daughters, 11 yrs. and 13 yrs. old, take turns tending it. Fanny Rakoff, 11 yrs. old, often tends stand till 7:30 P.M. 3 P.M. (See also #3236, 3237.) Location: Hoboken, New Jersey

German Ships, Hoboken, 12/11/14

VATERLAND -- Hoboken, 121114

Birds eye view of West Hoboken

VATERLAND -- Hoboken, 12/11/14

German Ships, Hoboken, 121114

Bernstorff's Arrival -- Hoboken

Bernstorff's Arrival -- Hoboken

German Ships, Hoboken, 3/30/16

Great ocean liners at the docks, Hoboken, N.J.--showing Upper Manhattan Island and Hudson River

Freight, Hoboken, 3/30/16

German Ships, Hoboken, 3/30/16 [VATERLAND]

And Now German War Brides. American Red Cross Motor Corps workers met twenty who arrived a few days ago with their children at Hoboken. At the same time the canteen of New York County Chapter served breakfast to 2300 Polish troops and 1200 American doughboys just back from Germany on the same transport, the "Atigone"

Be Seated

Lights O' London

Printing war ration book 2. Covers for war ration book 2 roll from the press at a plant in Hoboken, New Jersey. The press is stopped as the ration book's serial number is checked

Printing war ration book 2. Ida Stuart quickly checks the assembled pages of ration books as they come from the cutter

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Covers for war ration book 2 roll from the press at a plant in Hoboken, New Jersey. The press is stopped as the ration book's serial number is checked

Printing war ration book 2. Otto Krantz replenishes the glue in the glass cylinders in the collator that supplies the glue for securing the coupon pages

Printing war ration book 2. Glued sheets containing four ration books pass through the cutting machine and come out into single ration books. Weelan Reilly feeds the cutter as Ida Stuart, left, and Isabel Small, check the books and pack them in cardboard containers

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. The coupons and covers flow through the collator where the pages and covers are assembled and glued. The coupons and covers leave the collator assembled in glued sheets aggregating four war ration books. Otto Krants inspects a roll of coupons on collator

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Jessie Calabase stacks the sheets containing four coupon books as they come from the collator ready to be transferred to the cutting department

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Glued sheets containing four ration books pass through the cutting machine and come out into single ration books. Weelan Reilly feeds the cutter as Ida Stuart, left, and Isabel Small, check the books and pack them in cardboard containers

Printing war ration book 2. The coupons and covers flow through the collator where the pages and covers are assembled and glued. The coupons and covers leave the collator assembled in glued sheets aggregating four war ration books. Otto Krants inspects a roll of coupons on collator

Printing war ration book 2. Otto Krantz replenishes the glue in the glass cylinders in the collator that supplies the glue for securing the coupon pages

Printing war ration book 2. Printing coupons for war ration book 2. Pressman Adolph Beyer watches as the coupons roll from the press in a steady stream at a printing establishment in Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Ida Stuart quickly checks the assembled pages of ration books as they come from the cutter

Printing war ration book 2. Another view of the collator with Otto Krantz checking the operation of the collating machinery. Note the glue can at his feet

Printing war ration book 2. Printing coupons for war ration book 2. Pressman Adolph Beyer watches as the coupons roll from the press in a steady stream at a printing establishment in Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing war ration book 2. Another view of the collator with Otto Krantz checking the operation of the collating machinery. Note the glue can at his feet

Printing war ration book 2. Jessie Calabase stacks the sheets containing four coupon books as they come from the collator ready to be transferred to the cutting department

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Printing United States Office of Price Administration war ration book number 2. Hoboken, New Jersey

Petrina Moore, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian girl, now a welder at the Todd Hoboken dry dock

Part of a group of 171 aliens illegally in the country wave goodby to the Statue of Liberty from the Coast Guard cutter that took them from Ellis Island to the Home Lines ship Argentina in Hoboken for deportation / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

Erie Lackawanna Train Station in Hoboken, New Jersey

Erie Lackawanna Train Station in Hoboken, New Jersey

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