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Weehawken High School Commencement Exercises - 1945
Weehawken High School Commencement Exercises booklet - June 18, 1945.

Bertha A. Ulbrich, John's mother, graduated in the College Preparatory curriculum; his father, Fred J. Bergmann, Jr, graduated in the general curriculum.


Bertha Ulrich - Certificate of Promotion from Woodrow Wilson Junior High School, 1941.
Certificate of Promotion from Junior High to High School of Bertha Alvina Ulbrich, mother of John Bergmann, who donated this collection.


Fred John Bergmann, Jr. Weehawken High School Diploma
Diploma of Fred John Bergmann, Jr., father of John Bergmann, who donated the Bergmann collection. Fred graduated on June 18, 1945. The credits he earned to graduate are listed on the second page.


American Legion Certificate of School Award to Evelyn Tonn
Certificate presented to Evelyn Tonn, upon her graduation from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1933

Commencement Exercises Woodrow Wilson High School, class of June 1933
Graduation program for Woodrow Wilson High School, class of June 28, 1933.

Evelyn Tonn graduated at age 15-1/2 with High Honors from the academic curriculum, the only young woman in her class to do so.


Roosevelt School 6th Grade Class - 1976-1977
8" x 10" sepia toned photograph of the 6th grade class of 1976-1977 at the Roosevelt School.


Palisades Avenue with Weehawken Heights School, Weehawken, NJ
Color photo postcard of Palisade Avenue looking south, with a large brick building which was the original Webster School (built in 1896) on the left. Mailed September 18, 1910 from Hoboken.

Peter Hoffmann, Publisher, Union Hill, NJ. Made in…

Lincoln School Graduation Class - 1905
Black and white photograph of an 8th grade class of graduates at the Lincoln School. Note the students holding their large, rolled diplomas.

This photograph was sent in by Mark Wright. According to him, the first boy at left is Charles Wright,…

High School, Weehawken, NJ
Black and white photo postcard of the Hamilton School, which opened in 1902. Handwritten on front at bottom is the following:

Aug. 8, 1907. This is our school where Douglas will go in Sept. Tis hot here - Nan