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Re: 1960s JSQ - trying to ID a building
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The Images of America series (Arcadia Publishing) has several good photographic essays on Jersey City http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/jerse ... kenneth-french/1103726481 The library may have them in the Jersey Room.

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Thank you! I was looking specifically for Vic's old location. Another account online had it in the same building as the other two, but may be incorrect.
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Hello, does anyone remember what building in the 60s in JSQ had Kinney's shoes, Orange Julius, and Vic Tanny's in it?

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I don't think they were all in the same building. Vic Tanny's was on the second floor of the building where Cohen's Fashion Optical is today. Orange Julius was in 2 locations but across the street near Three guys Pizza, then further in on the right. Don't remember where Kinney shoes was, but I think Liss or Woolworth's was where the Right Aid is.

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Don?t know the name of the building but walking up the concourse?.

On the right corner Barrica(?) candies, a fruit store, a frankfurter/drinks joint, (Red?s) Tube Bar, a pizza parlor.

On the left corner was Orange Julius, along with a diamond mart, a hosiery shop , Universal Foods (love those rotisserie chickens) and Woolworths. Woolworths also had an entrance on the Blvd. There was a red brick building next it to on the Blvd. that housed Robinsons restaurant.

I think the candy store was Barricinni, Robinson"s was on the corner of Pavonia and the Blvd, where the transportation center currently stands.

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Hello, does anyone remember what building in the 60s in JSQ had Kinney's shoes, Orange Julius, and Vic Tanny's in it?

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I don't think they were all in the same building. Vic Tanny's was on the second floor of the building where Cohen's Fashion Optical is today. Orange Julius was in 2 locations but across the street near Three guys Pizza, then further in on the right. Don't remember where Kinney shoes was, but I think Liss or Woolworth's was where the Right Aid is.

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Some archival pics would be great, there was a chock full of nuts back in the day @ JSQ as well.


That was in the Jersey Journal building. A real nice big open place with a lot of counter space and stools. Used to hit it all the time for the date-nut bread with cream cheese sandwich. I guess when they left it became a Radio Shack.

A lot of internet traffic still taking about those date-nut sandwiches.

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Hello, does anyone remember what building in the 60s in JSQ had Kinney's shoes, Orange Julius, and Vic Tanny's in it?

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Isn't the current Rite Aid where Kinney Shoes used to be ?

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Some archival pics would be great, there was a chock full of nuts back in the day @ JSQ as well.




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Don?t know the name of the building but walking up the concourse?.

On the right corner Barrica(?) candies, a fruit store, a frankfurter/drinks joint, (Red?s) Tube Bar, a pizza parlor.

On the left corner was Orange Julius, along with a diamond mart, a hosiery shop , Universal Foods (love those rotisserie chickens) and Woolworths. Woolworths also had an entrance on the Blvd. There was a red brick building next it to on the Blvd. that housed Robinsons restaurant.

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Hello, does anyone remember what building in the 60s in JSQ had Kinney's shoes, Orange Julius, and Vic Tanny's in it?

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