Newark Food & Drink

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Brintzinghoffer Cigars


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5 files, last one added on Jul 31, 2019
Album viewed 227 times

Conger's Segar Store


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3 files, last one added on Apr 03, 2019
Album viewed 140 times

Elbrecht Segars


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2 files, last one added on Mar 17, 2009
Album viewed 174 times

A. Lyons


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2 files, last one added on Jul 31, 2019
Album viewed 187 times

Kerb's & Brothers


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1 files, last one added on Jan 06, 2014
Album viewed 139 times

Waitt & Bond - 310 Sherman Avenue


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1 files, last one added on Feb 06, 2019
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189133 viewsFrom “Newark and Its Leading Businessmen” 1891
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1905796 viewsPhoto from Eric Brintzinghoffer
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A. Lyons Cigars631 views304 Market Street
Abraham Lyons is on the left
Photo from Catherine Giesbrecht
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52 viewsPhoto from Pete Bruno
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Conger's Segar Store58 views
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Conger's Segar Store203 views250 Broad Street (pre 1869 number)
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Elbrecht Segars416 viewsHerman Elbrecht on right

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Elbrecht Segars510 viewsHerman Elbrecht emigrated from Germany in 1866 via Baltimore and moved to Newark within a year or two. He lived the rest of his life in Newark and died there in 1909. He’s buried in the Woodland Cemetery along with some other family members. Herman Elbrecht married Maria (Tiechen) Elbrecht and they raised about a dozen children in Newark. He had a cigar shop in different locations at different times – 20 South Orange Ave., 163 Springfield Avenue, 149 Springfield Ave. and 179 13th Ave. This photo is possibly the 13th Avenue shop.

Photo from Gary Gernert

Last additions - Cigars
brintzinghoffers051891.jpg
189133 viewsFrom “Newark and Its Leading Businessmen” 1891Jul 31, 2019
alyonscigars021891.jpg
36 viewsFrom “Newark and Its Leading Businessmen” 1891Jul 31, 2019
congers03.jpg
Conger's Segar Store58 viewsApr 03, 2019
waittbond01.jpg
52 viewsPhoto from Pete BrunoFeb 06, 2019
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101 viewsDec 03, 2016
kerbscigarstore.jpg
Kerb's & Brothers226 viewsJan 06, 2014
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Conger's Segar Store209 views250 Broad Street (pre 1869 number)Jan 06, 2014
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Conger's Segar Store203 views250 Broad Street (pre 1869 number)Jan 06, 2014
alyonscigars01.jpg
A. Lyons Cigars631 views304 Market Street
Abraham Lyons is on the left
Photo from Catherine Giesbrecht
Apr 22, 2009
elbrechtcigars01.jpg
Elbrecht Segars510 viewsHerman Elbrecht emigrated from Germany in 1866 via Baltimore and moved to Newark within a year or two. He lived the rest of his life in Newark and died there in 1909. He’s buried in the Woodland Cemetery along with some other family members. Herman Elbrecht married Maria (Tiechen) Elbrecht and they raised about a dozen children in Newark. He had a cigar shop in different locations at different times – 20 South Orange Ave., 163 Springfield Avenue, 149 Springfield Ave. and 179 13th Ave. This photo is possibly the 13th Avenue shop.

Photo from Gary Gernert
Mar 17, 2009