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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.

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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.

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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"

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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

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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.

Pages 361 - 389 (END)

Edward Kirk's Scrapbook - Part 12

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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.

Pages 330 - 360