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Eldorado Place, circa 1950

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Black and white photo of Eldorado Place, looking west. Part of the Weehawken High School and water tower are visible at the end of the street. From the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission.

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Boulevard East Circa 1939

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Black and white photo, circa 1939, looking northwest at houses between Hudson and Eldorado Place on Boulevard East.

Eldorado Realty Company Prospectus

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Sales brochure designed to entice potential homebuyers to purchase property in the Eldorado Heights section of Weehawken around the turn of the century. This was after the closing of the Eldorado amusement park. I hope that not too many purchasers…

Peter/Arnoldi House in the 1930s - Pre Library

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The building that today houses the Weehawken Free Public Library was once the Peter Mansion, owned by Emil Peter the son of a leading brewer in North Hudson, William Peter. Charles H. Arnoldi, a Union City pharmacist, purchased the house in 1934,…

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The Little Brewery - Heinrich Family

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This black and white photograph, donated by Carol Cordes, shows a group of people (unknown who) in front of The Little Brewery, located at Shippen and West Streets in West Hoboken. The Little Brewery was owned by Rudolph Heinrich and was the birth…

House Advertisement - 1917

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This advertisement appears to be from Country Life Magazine and reads as follows: On the Palisades Opposite 40th Street Spanish Mission Home at the very edge of the bluff at Weehawken, N.J. overlooking the Hudson. Planned for utmost river view, 200…

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View of Weehawken Bluff from the Hudson

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This steel engraving was published on February 24, 1844 in the New Mirror (a periodical published in New York). The artist was William James Bennett. The view looks north towards the Palisades. Highwood, the home of James Gore King, is seen center.…

Junction of Angelica and Maple Streets

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Colored photo postcard of the junction of Maple, Angelica (now Angelique) Streets and Hudson Avenue, looking west, circa 1900.

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View of New York from Weehawken

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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

Excerpt - Great Houses of New Jersey - 1902

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This page is a transcription of a section of a book about the houses of Highwood in Weehawken in the 19th century. Found by Bernie Zempolich.