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Black and white photo postcard of Mr. Von Biela's house on the corner of Boulevard East, looking west. Today, Second Street has been promoted to 46th Street and looks quite a bit different!

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Hand colored photo postcard of Morgan Street, which was in Union Hill, and became 40th Street in 1926. The image does look like Weehawken. It was not uncommon for postcards to be mislabeled. Postmarked November 9, 1909 from Milford, Mass Printed in…

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Color postcard photograph of the Hudson Boulevard loop (today's Boulevard East) looking north. In the foreground on the east side are the Meister mansion, Karl Bitter's studio. On reverse, postmarked June 29, 1906. Peter Hoffmann Publisher, Jersey…

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Colored photo postcard of Palisade Avenue. Postmarked August 9, 1913 from Weehawken.

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Colored photo postcard of Hudson Avenue looking north towards 32nd Street, in the Heights section of town.

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Colored postcard photo looking south on Palisade Avenue towards Shippen Street. Peter Hoffmann publisher, Union Hill, NJ Printed in Germany.

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Black and white postcard photo looking north from Hamilton Avenue to Boulevard East. Meister home on right side. Postmarked September 13, 1907 from Hoboken.

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Colored photo postcard view looking west down Shippen Street from Hudson Avenue.

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Colored photo postcard of Fulton Street, from Potter Place looking west towards Park Avenue. Published by the Union News Company, New York

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A black and white photo postcard of the mansion of James Brown, principal of the Brown Brothers Bank in New York City. After Brown's death, the house was converted to a church, first as an outpost of the Grove Reformed Church on Kennedy Boulevard in…