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Colored photo postcard, looking west from Maple Street toward the junction of Angelica (now Angelique) at left, and Maple Street to the right. All buildings are extant, though much changed in appearance. Postmarked from Weehawken.
Black and white photo postcard looking west on 1st Street (now Cooper Place). The house on the right side was demolished to make way for the Roosevelt School in 1927.
A black and white snapshot of the houses at 955/957 Boulevard East (between 46th and 47th Streets). Written on the back: "Me on the porch of our new house in Weehawken, NJ." Thanks to Franco Pasquale for the correct location of this item.
Black and white photo postcard, looking north from Hamilton Avenue, of a quite stately mansion that was located at what is now the south end of Hamilton Park. The impressive house with wrap around porches and an elaborate cantilevered gazebo on the…
This 360 degree panoramic photograph appears to have been taken from the top of the Water Tower. It was taken by August Patzig and was deposited for copyright in the Library of Congress on May 19, 1909. This image is part of the Library of Congress…
Black and white postcard of the Boulevard showing the intersection of Eldorado Place looking north. Time Machine viewer Roy Marques thinks that this card "seems to be older than 1956. I realize the date on the back of the postcard is from that year,…
Colored photo postcard showing Fourth Street (today's 48th Street) from Bulls Ferry Road (today's Park Avenue). This is probably on the Union City side of the street. Note the trolley tracks. Postmarked April 2, 1913 from New Durham.
Linen colored postcard view of the tollbooths and entrance to the tunnel in the mid-1940s. Postmarked October 3, 1947 from New York, NY.