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Harris, George pt11021 views
Harris, George pt2919 views
Harris, Richard513 viewsAt Fairmount Cemetery 1948
Photo from Richard Harris
Hayes, Carol & Ron668 viewsJuly 2009
Helwig, John G.916 views
Hibell, John (Truckman)222 viewsPhoto from Rebecca Clegg Scarpato
Hill, Edward M.1064 views1880
Hill, Edward M.938 views
Hooley, George Wm228 viewsPhoto from Darleen Pane
Hughes, Joseph Patrick550 viewsJoseph Patrick Hughes Dies in Harrison, New Jersey

Baseball Fan, 82, Known as "Judge" was Native of Newark

Joseph Patrick Hughes died yesterday (January 23, 1941), at the home of a daughter, Mrs. William Donnelly of 46 Washington Street, Harrison, with whom he lived.

Mr. Hughes came to Harrison 42 years ago from Newark, where he was born. He had been known as "Judge" Hughes ever since he made his home in town.

The title resulted from Mr. Hughes' election as a justice of peace in 1900. He used to preside at court sessions in a carpenter shop. Five years later he became an election board judge and was judge of the board in the Third Ward's First District 30 years.

Never Missed an Opener
One of Mr. Hughes' proudest boasts was that he never missed an opening game of Newark's baseball team in more than 40 years. He attended last summer's opening game of the Bears. He belonged to Holy Name Society of Holy Cross Church. He was an engineer at Koppers Co., Kearny, several years, retiring seven years ago. Previously he worked at the General Electric Works. Harrison.

Mr. Hughes leaves a son, Joseph Hughes of Harrison, clerk of the works at Harrison Housing Authority's project; two daughters, Mrs. Donnelly and Mrs. Lillian McCloskey of Irvington; four sisters, Mrs. Anna McGill of Harrison, Mrs. Alice Straway of Newark, Mrs. Theresa Malague and Mrs. Elizabeth Reilly of Nutley; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be from Condon Memorial Home, 210 Davis Avenue, Harrison, with a requiem mass at Holy Cross Church at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Holy Sepulcher [sic] Cemetery, East Orange.

Photo from Ann Donnelly
Jackowski, Addie & Florence974 views
Jackowski, Florence895 views
Jackowski, Margie Florence & Lois942 views
Jelley - Four Generations591 views~1947-1950
The Jelley family owned the Jelley Furniture Store on Ferry Street.
Pictured are William Jelley 1st, William Jelley 2nd, William Jelley 3rd & William Jelley 4th
Photo from Ken Jelley
Jeroleman, Joseph T. (Frank)364 viewsLived on Bruen, East Mechanic, & Lafayette Streets

Photo from Thomas Lee
Keegan, Jack910 views
Keifrider, Elmer843 views
Keifrider, Mary944 views
Kiell Family808 viewsNorman & Aaron Kiell with their mother in front of 50 Milford Avenue - 1943
Photo from Paul Kiell
Kiell, Louis827 viewsIn front of his store at 491 Ferry Street - 1918
Photo form Paul Kiell
Kinsella, Mary539 viewsMrs. Mary Kinsella, Miss Margaret Mannion, Mrs. Helen Lamb & Robert Mannion (clockwise) in Branchbrook Park
Photo from the Mannion Family
Klink, Carl898 views
Klink, Frederika901 views
Kloss, Joseph Sr.802 views
Koch, Edward325 views
Koch, Pauline660 viewsWoman looking through bench at the Jersey Shore ~1942.
Pauline is Ed Koch's sister.
Photo from Paul Kiell
Krahling Family406 viewsIn front of 342 15th Avenue
Photo taken between May 1912 & August 1917
Photo from Paul Husosky
Krahling, Henry & Josephine321 viewsSunday afternoon ride on Springfield Avenue - 1913
Photo from Paul Husosky
Kraus Family794 views~1939
Photo from Joyce Myers
Kraus, Christina Joeck689 viewsBorn April 27, 1827, Huffenhard, Baden (Germany)
Married September 28, 1861, Newark NJ to Herman Kraus
Died June 19, 1926 in Hillside, NJ
Photo from Joyce Myers
Kraus, Christina Joeck775 viewsOn here 99th birthday, April 27, 1926
Photo from Joyce Myers
Kraus, Herman674 viewsBorn in Heidelberg, Baden (Germany)
Died in Newark, NJ
Photo from Joyce Myers
Krause, Sanford653 views(L to R) Sanford Krause, Donald Goldfarb, Melvin Schwartz, Eugene Gibbs, David Ruben, Arnold Dwarkin, on ground is Jay Goldberg.
We all hung out at Hatoff's Candy store on the corner of Clinton place and Weequahic Ave in the 50's. The group picture is of the gang on Bradley beach. I am not in the picture as I was the photographer (David Gornitzky)
La Scala, Salvatore & Grandson on Garside Street354 viewsPhoto from Billi Bromer
La Scale, Rachele on Garside Street319 viewsPhoto from Billi Bromer
Lake, Walter F.898 views
Lamb, Helen421 viewsMrs. Mary Kinsella, Miss Margaret Mannion, Mrs. Helen Lamb & Robert Mannion (clockwise) in Branchbrook Park
Photo from the Mannion Family
Lewis, Madge252 viewsEmpty collapsible tubes: a tin mine for war industry. Mrs. Madge Lewis, widow and ex-sales lady, tests old tooth paste and other tubes for metal content in the Newark, New Jersey reclamation plant of the Tin Salvage Institute. This test on an electric iron helps to identify tin and lead tubes from containers made of other metals

From “Library of Congress”
Lobue, Philip955 viewsPhoto from Jennie Lieberum
This is a photo of my Uncle, Philip Lobue, with his Lemon Ice cart. The photo was taken in Newark in the early 1930's. My uncle was born in 1915 and was in his mid teens in the picture. My family lived on Fairmount Ave and also on South 6th street. We left Newark around 1961.
Loew, John867 views
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