Hoboken through the years… a series

2/1/2010:

Unique Hoboken History Week

Hoboken411 contributor Rob has a knack for finding and sending in unique Hoboken relics – and provided enough fun material this past weekend to constitute a week-long series that we’re calling “Hoboken through the years!”

Today’s “inaugural” entry is…

Hoboken Centennial Book – 1955

Rob found this book many years ago while renovating an uptown Hoboken property. Very cool – see the entire contents of book after the jump! (12 images total)

Hoboken Centennial 1955 Cover SM - Hoboken through the years... a series
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SEE THE REST OF THE PAGES AFTER THE JUMP!!

(Hoboken Centennial 1955 – continued…)

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“We have great plans for new and modern housing,traffic and parking solutions and an overall program designed to keep our fine old city abreast of a streamlined world” Mayor John Grogan 1955…………….still waiting!!!!!

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Many familiar family names from 55 years ago that still have city jobs. Not uncommon, though.