Where is Edward?
Where is this Edward engraving in Hoboken?
Many older buildings in Hoboken have “names.”
There has to be some history behind why some older buildings have names engraved on them, but I’m certain I wasn’t even born yet when this convention began, so I cannot say with any true authenticity based on real experience. But my best guess it was imported here from other cultures, most likely in England or Europe somewhere. If anyone has first-hand knowledge about this – please feel free to share.
Anyway, today’s Hoboken “Where is this?” photo quiz pertains to this “Edward” engraving somewhere in town. Are you attentive enough to recall where it is?
We try and find interesting or obscure visuals – and challenge readers attention spans by asking them if they can recall where it is located in Hoboken.
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