Five Point Service Station

Known Name(s)

Five Point Service Station


First and Susquehanna St. Hackensack, NJ

Establishment Type(s)

Service Station

Physical Status


Detailed History

Walter Levin was Black, born in South Carolina in 1900, and by the time of the 1920 US census he had moved to Hackensack NJ. He worked at a service station there at "Five Points", and later purchased and operated his own service station (location not noted) in Hackensack for over 27 years. His obituary noted he was a member of the Varick Memorial AME Zion church in Hackensack. (The Record, 23 June 62, p. 6).

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