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Grace Church, Union Hill, NJ

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Black and white photo postcard of Grace Church, located at 3901 Park Avenue in Union City, which used to be known as Union Hill. The postcard is decorated with thin lines of multi-colored glitter and is dated May 1, 1906. Reverse of card is…

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St. Lawrence Church

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9" x 11" black and white photograph of St. Lawrence Church and St. Lawrence Parochial school and 9" x 11" photograph of St. Lawrence Church looking north up Hackensack Avenue towards the Palisades..

The Reverend Frank E. Wittkamp of the 19th Street ME Church

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Sepia toned photograph of The Reverend Frank E. Wittkamp (born c. 1886 in Pennsylvania), a young and popular pastor to the West 19th St. M.E. Church, standing in front of the church. Wittkamp left in 1915 and went to Stone Ridge Church in NY (now the…

19th Street ME Church Young Adult Sunday School Class

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Sepia tone photograph of members of the Sunday School Class posing in front of the 19th Street ME Church. According to Mark Wright: (l-r) Tillie Brucker, Thomas C. Wright, Ruth ___ (became a missionary), others unidentified. From the collection of…

The West 19th St. Methodist Episcopal Church in 1966

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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 West 19th St. Methodist Episcopal Church in 1916

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This sepia toned photograph of the ME Church in the Shades (circa 1916) is From the collection of Mark Wright

West 19th St ME Church Flag Day Parade June, 12, 1915

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Sepia tone photograph, dated 1915, of a flag day parade, The view looks east from the church along West 19th Street. From the collection of Mark Wright.

Weehawken Mission Sunday School

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The Weehawken Presbyterian Church was founded in 1868. This wooden structure, located on the west side of Bulls Ferry Road about halfway up from the foot of 19th Street, was dedicated in May, 1891, with Rev. Robert Proudfit serving as the first…

Main Altar, St. Lawrence's Church, Weehawken, NJ.

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Black and white photo postcard of the altar of the original St. Lawrence Church (built in 1887). Rev. J.J. Preston, Pastor Specially designed and executed in Scagliola by Daprato Statuary Company Chicago-New York According to Weehawken Historical…