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Historic Images
« on: January 15, 2007, 05:57:32 PM »
Historic Images of Hackensack

Old Advertisements

Baumgart's  

Cadillac Ad

Dweetman Album

Guido's Restaurant   (Matchbook)

Harley   Davidson Ad with
Hackensack Police Officer
(1930's)

Harley   Davidson Ad 2

Home adverstisement   (current)

Main Camera matchcover

Oldsmobile Ad
 
  Petrullo's Matchbook   front, back,   inside

Packard's   Ad
 
Vanderbeck Ad

 
Old Businesses

Bakman Building,   Main Street
 
  Bank House

  Current Picture

Bloomingdales   (current?)

Bordens
 

  Charcoal Corners

C.S. Fountain   & Sons

Curtain   Beauty Shop (150 Main St.)

Emily's Shop   (387 Main Street?)
 
  Hackensack Arena

 
  Hackensack Savings Bank (1800's)

Harley Davidson,   Main Street
 
  Holly Restaurant
(destroyed)

Nystrom Restaurant   (destroyed)

Oritani   Theater
  2006 Picture

Packard   Bambergers
  2006 Picture

Peoples   Trust & Guaranty Co. (1942)
 

  Petrullo's Restaurant

Record   Cleaner

Red Lion Restaurant   (Main & Euclid)
  (destroyed 2/4/70)
  2006 Picture

Red   Lion (interior)

Red Lion   (interior) 2

Sears &   Roebuck

Stagecoach   Motel

Sylvania   Factory
  (South Hackensack)

Theatre Restaurant   (destroyed)? 1940's?
  Current Picture  

Trust   Company Building/Depot
  Trust Company Building   2

  Trust Company Building 3
 
Current   Picture

Twin Lakes   Motor Lodge (destroyed). 1950's?)

Clubs, Auditoriums and Other Meeting Places

Armory (Opera House)
  Armory (destroyed) (2006   Picture)

Armory 2

Armory 3

Elk's Club House (1907)

Odd Fellows Hall
  Current Picture

Oritani   Boathouse (destroyed)
 
  Oritani Field (great picture)
  2006 picture

Oritani   Field Club
  Current Picture

Oritani   Field Club 2
 
 
Hackensack Boat   Club (destroyed?)

Boat Club 2

The Warner

The Warner 2

YMCA

Collectibles and Other Items

Air Mail - Hackensack

Back in Hackensack   (Sheet Music)

Back in Hackensack (Sheet Music)   2

Back in Hackensack (Sheet Music)   3

Back in Hackensack (Sheet Music)   4

Bicycle License Plate
 
  Coltrane Album

Community Chest Card
 
  Cookbook

Fire Department Matchbox   Car
 
  Fire Department Matchboxes 2
 
  Fire Toy   Ahrens Fox Fire Truck (1937)

Fire Department Mug

Fire Department Superman Patch

Greeting Card

Greeting Card 2
 
  Humdinger

Hackensack Arena Invitation

"Hackensack Blues"   Album by Jimi Hendrix

"Hackensack" Album   by Thelonius Monk

Hackensack Hospital   Spoon
 
  Hackensack Spoon

Hackensack Money:   old currency

Hackensack   Money: $5.00 bill

Hackensack   Money: $5.00 bill 2

Hackensack Money: $10.00

Hackensack   Money 2

Hackensack   Money: Wooden Nickel

Hackensack   Money: Wooden Nickel (back)
 
  Hackensack Money: $13.00   check

Hackensack Soccer Shirt

Wally Schirra Poster   (Astronaut born in Hackensack)

K2KSR Postcard   (Ham Radio?)

Nystrom Restaurant Menu

Pen
 
  Phiefers Plate

Police Lieutenant   Badge (HPD)

Police   patch (auxilary)

Stamp

USS   Ling Banner

USS Ling Postcard

White Manna T-Shirt

Government Buildings
 
 
City   Hall (mid 1960's)
  2006 Picture

 
  Court House

Court House   - 1913 (modified)

Court   House (1st building?)
  (destroyed)
 
  Court House (1910)

Court   House (2nd building?) (destroyed).

Court House   (2nd building 2)

Dept. of Public   Works
  2006 Picture of above   location

Fire Station   (Central)

Fire Station (Main)
 
  Fire State (Central?)

 
  Johnson Public Library

Johnson   Public Library 2

Johnson   Public Library 3

Johnson Public   Library 4
  Current Picture

Post Office

Post Office   2

Historic Homes

Ackerman-Brinkerhoff   House, 184 Essex St., Hackensack (destroyed). (Revolutionary War period).  

Brinkerhoff House,   36 Essex St., Hackensack (destroyed) (Revolutionary War period).
  2006 Picture

Hopper House, 249 Polifly   Rd., Hackensack (Stony Hill Inn). (Revolutionary War period).

Lozier House, 393   Main St., Hackensack (destroyed). (Revolutionary War period).
  2006 picture

Senator Johnson's   Home (Where Sears now stands)
  2006 picture

Terheun House, 450   River & Anderson Streets, Hackensack (destroyed). (Revolutionary War period).
  2006 picture

Van Giesen   House, Terrace Ave. & Essex St., Hackensack (destroyed). (Revolutionary   War period).

Van   Steuben Home (current).
 
  Van Steuben Home 2

Washington   Mansion House Tavern, Main St. & Washington Pl., Hackensack. (destroyed).   (Revolutionary War period).
  Current Picture

Washington   Mansion House from Green (destroyed)

Washington   Mansion House 2

Historic Monuments

Fire Department   Monument

General Poor   Monument (old)

Soilders   Monument

WWI Monunment

WWI Monument 2

Historic Street Scenes

Anderson Street Area Map
 
  Anderson Street Bridge

Anderson Street   Bridge 2

Anderson Street   Bridge 3

Anderson Street   Bridge 4

Anderson Street   Bridge 5
 
  Anderson Street (West)
  2006 Picture

Central Avenue

Essex Street (1909)
  2006 Picture

Hudson Street (1908)
 
  Main Street (Breslin Building - Old)

Main Street   (circa 1908)
  Current Picture

Main Street   (1920's)
  Current Picture

Main Street   2
  Current Picture

Main Street   3
  Current Picture

Main Street   4 (1923)

Main Street   5

North Main   Street
  2006 picture

Park Street

Prospect Bridge
 
2006 picture  

River   Street

State Street
 
  State and Clay Streets

Temple

Union Street   (1910)

Union   & Berry Streets
  2006 Picture

Union Street 2
 

  View from Air (1940's)

View   from Air (1909)
 
  Where is this?
 
  Where is this?

Hospitals and Care Facilities

Hackensack   Children's Home (1909)

Hackensack Children's   Home 2

Home   for the Aged (destroyed)
  Current Picture  

Hospital   1 (Looking west from Second St)

Hospital   2
  2006 picture

Hospital 3  
  2006 picture

Hospital   4 (Looking NE from Hospital Pl)

Hospital 5
  2006 picture

Nurses'   Home

Houses of Worship

Dutch Reformed   Church (1920's). (current)

Dutch Reformed   Church Cemetary
 
  Dutch Reformed Church Postcard

First   Presbyterian Church

Holy Trinity   R.C. Church
  2006 picture
 
  Methodist Church (Summit)

Second   Reformed Church

Parks and Greens

1777   Graffiti in Borg's Woods

  Anderson Street Park

Anderson Street   Park 2

Anderson Street Park 3

Anderson Gazebo   (looking north on river) 1910
  2006 photo of Gazebo ruins

Azela Gardens

Court   House Green (Gazebo destroyed)

Court House   Green 2

Court House   Green 3

Court House   Green (1909)

Court   House Green (with fountain)

Court   House Green (1890)

Court   House Green 4
 
  Court House Green 5

Golf Club

Hackensack   River
 
  Hackensack River 2

Maplecrest Beach

Van Stueben   (Iron Bridge)
 

  View of Hackensack   (1800)

Railroad Stations

Anderson Street Station

Anderson Street Station   2

Anderson Street   Station 3

Central   Avenue Station (destroyed)
 
  Cranberry Junction 2
 

  Cranberry Junction
(Fairmount Station)

  Current Picture

Moore Street Station
  Moore Street Station
  Moore Street Station
  Moore Street Station
(Potrero Grill)
  Current Picture

North   Hackensack Station (1955)
 
  Prospect Station/Susquehanna

Schools, School Items, and Students

Broadway School   Interior/Exterior
 
  Comet Yearbook
(1936)

Comet Yearbook   (1969)

Hackensack   High School

Hackensack High School   2

Hackensack   High School Manual (1950's?)

Hackensack   High School Shot Glass (?!)
 
  Hackensack High School Cornerstone

High School   Interior

Holy Trinity High School   Year Book (1940)

Junior   High School

Newman   School
  2006 Picture of avove location

Old School   (destroyed)

Old School   2

Old   High School

Old High   School 2

Old   School Students (not sure which school)

Sports pamphlet (1960-61)

School   Group Photo, Broadway -1920 (destroyed?)

State   Street School

State Street/Union   Street School Students

Transportation

Fire Truck

Fire Truck   2

Hackensack Ferry   (destroyed)

Hackensack   Municipal Terminal
  2006 Picture of above location

Hackensack   Train (1860)

Train Hackensack River

Hackensack   Trolley

Steam Train   (Prospect Avenue)

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2011, 12:57:46 AM »
I don't think I've seen this image anywhere on this site. It's from the Walker 1876 Bergen County Atlas. One was being sold on eBay recently and this is one of the images the seller posted.

You may want to incorporate it into your above list, Mr Editor.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2011, 05:54:17 PM »
Totally awsome images!!  Do you have a website or have considered publishing a book?

Thanks

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2012, 04:50:54 AM »
I was just talking to my sister (we lived on Catalpa Ave) about Nystroms restaurant. Back in the late 1940's our parents use to take us there. It was located on Rte-4 (East-bound lane). I vaguely remember wooden booths painted orange, blue and white. It wasn't the Ritz, but my sister and I loved the place.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2012, 04:55:20 AM »
Twin Lakes   Motor Lodge (destroyed). 1950's?)

I remember this place existing in the early 1970's. It consisted of individual cabins. I worked as a repairman for NJ Bell at the time and remember repairing the coin boxs (public telephones) there.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #5 on: March 26, 2014, 09:24:08 PM »
Main St. 1972 during the NY&NJ Firemens Parade.  that is Oradell's 1918 American La France going South On Main St between Salem and Banta.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2014, 11:48:18 PM »
Marvelous.  Thanks Irons.

Gotta love the bell bottoms!

Charm Beauty Salon is still in business.  http://charmbeautysalon.net/


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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #7 on: January 29, 2016, 04:00:54 PM »
Found these online, not sure who the credit goes to, but these bring back some nice childhood memories for me...

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #8 on: January 29, 2016, 04:01:28 PM »
another one...loved this store as a kid

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #9 on: January 29, 2016, 09:54:53 PM »
The sign on the building to the right was recently uncovered.  This is near Demarest Place, east side.  This was later 3 Brothers Bagels, who is moving across the street.  Great find.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2016, 12:22:15 PM »
That Corvair convertible is also a relic - thanks, in part, to Ralph Nader and his "Unsafe At Any Speed" book.

BTW - Nader gave the commencement speech when I graduated from Ramapo College in 1974.

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Re: Historic Images
« Reply #11 on: May 29, 2017, 02:23:37 PM »
Theatre Tavern is still there. It's now Riviera Lounge, but the old windows are clearly visible.

https://goo.gl/maps/kyCot5zpL8y

 

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