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Columbia Terrace, Weehawken, NJ

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Black and white postcard photograph of the north side of Columbia Terrace at Potter Place, looking from the opposite corner of Columbia Terrace.

Published by John C. Voigt Post Card Co., Jersey City, N.J. Printed in Germany

Postcard - Hudson River from the Palisades

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Photograph of the Hudson from the Palisades with a three masted sailing ship in view.


Postcard - Unidentified Weehawken Home

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This postcard, postmarked from Weehawken in 1906 shows a house that was special to the writer. Does anyone recognize this house?

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Postcard - Weehawken Viaduct and Train

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Postcard showing a train on Weehawken's working waterfromt in front of a rail bridge. Postmarked 1908.

Catalog and Price Sheet for Theatrical Items - Leroy Carpenter

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Undated two page typewritten price sheet for a variety of costumes and theatrical items for sale by Leroy Carpenter of 10 Eldorado Place.

Note from Mrs Karl Bitter regarding a fireplace grate

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Undated handwritten note from Mrs. Karl Bitter to H.D. Morehouse of Utica, NY regarding the purchase of a grate for a wood burning stove. On stationery of The Studio of Karl Bitter.

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Felt and Metal Badge - Weehawken Indians

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Undated felt and metal booster badge for the Weehawken Indians football (?) team.


IOU drawn on the Weehawken Trust and Title Company in 1928

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IOU from the Weehawken Title and Trust Company for $150 to Herman Buckholz and Wife, promising to pay 6% interest after six months.

Postcard: A Double-Triple Parachute Drop by the "Two Arthurs"

Postcard promoting the New England Balloon & Airship Company of Weehawken, NJ and the aerial derring do of Arthur W Marsh and Arthur J Lapham. Postmarked 1911

Edward Kirk's Scrapbook - Part 13

This scrapbook, Historical and Picturesque Weehawken, compiled by Edward Kirk, is a treasure-trove of news articles, old photographs, correspondence, artwork by Grant Wright and much more.

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