Newark Streets

Old Newark

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A
29 99
B
44 331
Broad & Market Streets
8 144
Broad Street
8 61
Looking North
14 90
Looking South
12 32
Numbers - Even
14 267
Numbers - Odd
17 275
C
57 234
Central Avenue
2 77
Central Avenue #132
2 9
Clinton Avenue
5 107
Clinton Avenue Intersections
4 13
D
16 34
E
19 99
Elizabeth Avenue 725
2 1
F
25 162
G
22 74
H
35 141
Halsey Street
1 56
High Street (Martin Luther King Blvd.)
2 104
Intersections
2 3
Housing Tracts
26 34
Weequahic Park Tract (turn of the century)
5 50
I
5 10
Individual Houses
3 50
J
12 38
K
10 14
L
31 120
Lincoln Park #103
3 6
M
41 193
Market Street
7 203
Intersections
1 3
Looking East
5 42
Looking West
8 38
Miscellaneous Views
5 13
Mount Prospect Avenue
3 81
Mount Prospect Avenue #368
4 10
Mount Prospect Avenue #422
2 5
Mount Prospect Avenue #519
5 10
Mount Prospect Avenue #599
2 22
Mulberry Street
1 83
N
36 179
O
10 106
P
34 304
Panoramas/Overviews
14 115
Q
2 6
R
23 143
S
65 351
Saybrook Place #37
2 10
South Orange Avenue
1 68
Springfield Avenue
3 111
T
16 60
U
6 47
University Avenue #82
1 6
Unknown Streets
2 68
V
12 27
W
37 204
Washington Street
2 116
Intersections
1 2

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Last additions - Newark Streets
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525 Clinton Avenue14 viewsFrom Marilyn Birkenmeier:

On January 17, 1898, my great-grandfather, August G. Birkenmeier, became a principal of Cort Hardware, 159 South Orange Ave, Newark NJ. April 1, 1909, he changed the name to “Birkenmeier & Ogden.”

Around 1925 they teamed up with Mr. Kuhn to form “Birkenmeier & Kuhn Hardware Co.” This is a picture of “Birkenmeier & Kuhn Hardware” at 525/529 Clinton Ave, Newark, NJ, date May 25, 1925. The picture shows my father, Robert Wilbur Birkenmeier, age 8, standing in front of his Dad. The four men immediately behind my father, left to right are: Robert Christian Franklin Birkenmeier (with moustache), Wilbur Jefferson Birkenmeier (Father of little Robert), Alfred G. Birkenmeier (with moustache) - all of whom are brothers and then it is believed to be Mr Kuhn to the right (at little Robert's left shoulder.) Brother Norman Jonathan Birkenmeier and father, August G. Birkenmeier are absent from the picture.
Jul 10, 2021
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Seventh & Roseville Avenues16 viewsPhoto from Alberto ValdesJul 03, 2021
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Roseville & Seventh Avenues13 viewsPhoto from Alberto ValdesJul 03, 2021
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North Ninth Street Looking North15 viewsPhoto from Alberto ValdesJul 03, 2021
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Looking South from William Street15 viewsPhoto from Alberto ValdesJul 03, 2021
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99 Seventh Avenue14 viewsJul 03, 2021
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Seventeenth & Fairview Avenues16 viewsJul 03, 2021
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Fairview & Seventeenth Avenue6 viewsJul 03, 2021