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Boulevard Loop and Bitters Atelier, and Castle Highwood Park, Weehawken, NJ
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…

Weehawken Palisades, showing Karl Bitters Studio,
Colored photo postcard of Bitter's home and studio, the Meister home, a train in the foreground at the bottom of the Palisades. Postmarked January 20, 1916 from Weehawken, NJ.

Karl Bitters Studio and Palisades, Weehawken, N. J
Colored photo photcard of Bitter's atelier on top of cliffs, at center, built on the converted Eldorado castle. To the right was his, at the time, very modern home. At left is the home of the Meister family, and in the foreground, the Hudson.…

Studio and Residence of Karl Bitter - Highwood Park, Weehawken, N.J.
Black and white photo postcard of the home and studio of sculptor Karl Bitter on the east side of Boulevard East, part of today's Hamilton Park.

Along the West Shore RR Weehawken, NJ
Black and white undivided photo postcard of the Weehawken bluff with railroad tracks running along the bottom. Karl Bitter's home is seen at the top of the Palisades. Postmarked October 24, 1906 from New York, NY

Winter in Weehawken
Winter in Weehawken, painted by Henry Reuterdahl, who bought Karl Bitter's home and studio after Bitter died. The painting was awarded the Silver Medal in the Panama Pacific International Exposition of 1915. From the collection of the University of…

Karl Bitter in his Studio
This black and white photo, sent in by Lauren Sherman, shows famed sculptor Karl Bitter (on the stairs) surrounded by some of his works in his Weehawken studio, which was located in what was the Rheinish Castle at Eldorado. The building was on the…

Eldorado - The Castle
Undated photograph from the collection of the Weehawken Historical Commission showing the Castle building of the Eldorado theater and amusement park. The Castle was later used by artist Karl Bitter as his studio.

Sculptor Karl Bitter's Studio - 1910
Black and white photograph of sculptor Karl Bitter's home and studio as it looked in 1910 (present day Hamilton Park.) Far left is a gazebo (a bandstand from Eldorado) cantilevered over the Palisades. At bottom, a train passes. This photograph is…

Karl Bitter's home and studio in 1916
Black and white photograph dated 1916 showing sculptor Karl Bitter's home and studio perched atop the Palisades at the site of today's Hamilton Plaza. The Grauert stairs (built in 1915) lead from Boulevard east down to the West Shore Ferry Terminal.…