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Republican Broadside - Weehawken Record, 1933

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A political broadside, called the Weehawken Record, was published by the Second Ward Republican Campaign Committee in 1933, urging Second Ward citizens to vote for Arthur Abrahamsen to the Township Committee and to replace the "corrupt" Democratic…

Township Council circa 1930

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Black and white photograph of Weehawken Township Council circa 1930. Mayor Grauert (with beard and cigar) is seated at center.

History of the Weehawken Police Department - 1928

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Sketches and drawings related to the Weehawken Police Department in 1928, drawn by artist Grant Wright, with contributions of Police Lieutenant Edward Kirk.

Newspaper Clipping - Will Approve Tunnel Plan

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Newspaper clipping hand dated 10/21/34 from an unidentified newspaper describing the pending approval of the plans for the tunnel between Weehawken and midtown Manhattan. Includes 2 illustrations. This item is in the collection of the Weehawken…

Newspaper Clipping - Weehawken Gets New Tunnel Plan

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Article from the New York Times of Sunday, October 21, 1934 describing the 148th proposal offered by the Port Board for the layout of the Lincoln Tunnel and approaches. This item is in the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

Weehawken's First Police Force

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Undated and unidentified newspaper clipping of a photo of Weehawken's first police department and their mascot. Front row (left to right): Judge Robert Noble Sergeant John Mayer the mascot Roundsman Edward Clifford Roundsman Patrick McGoey Back row…

Photo - Men of Engine 4 - 1940

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Black and white photo, dated 1940 with a handwritten caption on the reverse. From left to right: Driver Rich Brinkman Captain Patty Duryea Nozzle Man John Bradley Chief's Driver Joe Cusick This photo is labeled Engine #4 - Duer Place - Fire…

Photo - 1940 - Deputy Fire Chief Reeves and Joe Cusick

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Black and white photo of Deputy Fire Chief Reeves and his chauffeur, Fireman Joe Cusick standing in front of Engine 4 on Duer Place. This item is in the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

Photo - 1937 - Fire Chiefs Ryan and O'Neill

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Black and white photo showing Fire Chiefs Ryan (Left) and O'Neill (Right), Engine No. 4, standing near Fire Headquarters on Duer Place in 1937. This item is in the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission

Photo - 1920s - Fire Chief O'Neill and Chauffeur Joe Cusick

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This black and white photo has a handwritten caption on the back reading: Under electric ferry 1920s Chief Wm O'Neill Chauffeur Joe Cusick New Chiefs Car Late 1920s