Jersey City

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Pics and images of my hometown.

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Jersey City history: Journal Square 1954...and look what was showing on the marquee!

Jersey City history: Journal Square 1954...and look what was showing on the marquee!

Jersey City History: This is in front of Loew's Jersey Theater in 1948 with the US Army/Air Force recruiting and displaying there captured WW2 German V2 rocket. And look what movies were playing there!

Jersey City History: This is in front of Loew's Jersey Theater in 1948 with the US Army/Air Force recruiting and displaying there captured WW2 German V2 rocket. And look what movies were playing there!

Old photo of Jersey City with a Medical Center in the background.

Jersey City with a Medical Center in the Background

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This is on Garfield Avenue just as you're leaving Bayonne and entering Jersey City. Photo taken by Sean Egan.

This is on Garfield Avenue just as you're leaving Bayonne and entering Jersey City. Photo taken by Sean Egan.

Jersey City history: Old Journal Square Hudson Blvd Bridge 1920s

Jersey City history: Old Journal Square Hudson Blvd Bridge 1920s

Vintage photo: Interior of the Stanley Theater taken in September 1924. (Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Room, Jersey City Free Public Library)

Vintage photos: Jersey City's Journal Square through the years

This edition of The Jersey Journal's vintage photos takes us through the buzzing heart of Jersey City's Journal Square. And why not? After all, it was named after this very newspaper in 1925.

Jersey City History: John F. Kennedy would make one of his last campaign speeches in Journal Square on November 6, 1960. John F. Kennedy Boulevard was formerly known as Hudson Boulevard (opened around 1895). It was renamed for the assassinated president sometime in the 1960s. (Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Room, Jersey City Free Public Library)

Vintage photos: Jersey City's Journal Square through the years

This edition of The Jersey Journal's vintage photos takes us through the buzzing heart of Jersey City's Journal Square. And why not? After all, it was named after this very newspaper in 1925.

Jersey City history: Public Service Trolley waiting room and snack stand with newspapers and cigars 1910

Jersey City history: Public Service Trolley waiting room and snack stand with newspapers and cigars 1910

Vintage photo: One of the press rooms of The Jersey Journal in 1936. (Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Room, Jersey City Free Public Library)

Vintage photos: Jersey City's Journal Square through the years

This edition of The Jersey Journal's vintage photos takes us through the buzzing heart of Jersey City's Journal Square. And why not? After all, it was named after this very newspaper in 1925.

"Past Is Prologue: Jersey City 1949, End Of The Hague Era"  This mini-documentary reviews the fall of the infamous political machine of Jersey City Mayor Frank Hague.

Past Is Prologue: Jersey City 1949, End of The Hague Era

See the video sequel, "Jersey City's False Dawn" at: https://vimeo.com/208739212 This mini-documentary reviews the fall of the infamous political…

Vintage photo: The Trust Company of New Jersey Building on 921 Bergen Avenue. The building was dedicated in 1928 and the photo was probably taken in the 1920s. It was Jersey City's tallest building when constructed. Today, it's banking facilities are used by Capital One. (Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Room, Jersey City Free Public Library)

Vintage photos: Jersey City's Journal Square through the years

This edition of The Jersey Journal's vintage photos takes us through the buzzing heart of Jersey City's Journal Square. And why not? After all, it was named after this very newspaper in 1925.

Jersey City history: aerial view of the Pennsylvania Railroad connection to its terminal and ferries on the Hudson River at Exchange Place in Jersey City. The Colgate plant at right circa 1960

Jersey City history: aerial view of the Pennsylvania Railroad connection to its terminal and ferries on the Hudson River at Exchange Place in Jersey City. The Colgate plant at right circa 1960