Postcard Collection of Teaneck

Teaneck Public Library has an extensive collection of old postcards about Teaneck.  Most of them are unused.  But some of them were used and had postmark dated from as early as the beginning of the century to the late sixties.  These postcards gave us a glimpse of the history of Teaneck.  Teaneck had its roots for about 300 years old and was established in 1895 as a township.  It was selected as a model town by the U.S. Army in the last 1940s to represent a "model" American town.   (Please be aware that some pages may take time for downloading if you have slow Internet connection.)

Aerial Views
Aerial Views
(2 cards)
Teaneck Armory
Teaneck Armory
(2 cards
)

Bridges
(5 cards)

Business Buildings
(8 cards)

Clubs and Inns
(6 cards)

Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.
(8 cards)

Fire Department
(4 cards)

Hackensack River
(2 cards)

Teaneck High School
(8 cards)

Holy Name Hospital
(9 cards)

Houses of Worships
(11 cards)

Teaneck Public Library
(7 cards)

Teaneck Parks
(7 cards)

Phelps Mansion and Ruins
(6 cards)

Railroad Stations
(5 cards)

Teaneck Restaurants
(6 cards)

Teaneck Schools (1)
(4 cards)

Teaneck Schools (2)
(6 cards)

Teaneck Streets (1)
(4 cards)

Teaneck Streets (2)
(8 cards)

Conservatory and Theater
(2 cards)

Township Buildings
(9 cards)

Miscellaneous
(5 cards)