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Wright Family Home in The Shades
Black and white photo, circa 1900. This ivy-covered house was the last building on 19th Street in the Shades before the cliffs. From the collection of Mark Wright.

Weehawken General Office of the Hackensack Water Company
Black and white photograph of the general gffice of the Hackensack Water Company in 1895 from the book, The Hackensack Water Company 1869 - 1969 by Adrian Leiby and Nancy Wichman - published in 1969 by the Bergen County Historical Society.

View of New York from Weehawken
View of New York from Weehawken American Scenery Artist: William H. Bartlett 1800-1854 Engraver: R. Wallis Medium: Steel Engraving on heavy white stock Circa: 1840

Third Street, Clifton Park, NJ
Black and white photo postcard of Boulevard East and Third Street, today's 47th Street. From the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

The West 19th St. Methodist Episcopal Church in 1966
Black and white photo of the church as it appeared in 1966. The church had closed its doors by this time and would shortly be demolished. From the collection of Mark Wright.

The Weehawken Headquarters
Drawing of Weehawken's Police Headquarters and Township Prison. The caption reads: Created 1870 when an Ordinance was passed describing its location as follows: The Building next easterly from the Hackensack Pl. Road, being about 200 feet there from…

The Rectory of the Holy Family Church, Union Hill NJ
Colored photo postcard of the Rectory building, which is adjacent to the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church on 35th Street in Union City.


The Pride of The Town - Weehawken High School
This black and white picture of the High School was published by Spear's Views. There is a pencilled notation on the back with a 1955 date. The school, on the site of the previous Alexander Hamilton School, was built in 1939 and dedicated in October…

The Clifton Chapel - 1924
Black and white postcard front, dated 1924, looking southeast from Louisa Place towards the Clifton Chapel, today's Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple. The rear of the building was the original home of James Brown, who called his estate, Clifton. The…


Studio and Residence of Karl Bitter - Highwood Park, Weehawken, N.J.
Black and white photo postcard of the home and studio of sculptor Karl Bitter on the east side of Boulevard East, part of today's Hamilton Park.