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Object ID 2006.25.3
Title Oral History Transcripts (M-Z)
Catalog type Archive
Scope & Content One of three document boxes. Box 3 (M-Z) contains 25 folders of interviews along with some photographs.
Folder 36- Mary MacAlister 2 interviews 1936 & 1938
Folder 37- Josephine McCormick ,wife of artist Howard McCormick
who painted murals at elementary school)
Folder 38- Alice Meeker
Folder 39- Essie Moore
Folder 40- Moore Family includes excerpts from 1853 diary of
Stephen Vreeland Moore
Folder 41- Peter Newell,Artist as related by his grandson, Alfred Baker
Folder 42- Anna Noyes, Author
Folder 43- Dan O'Grady, 1936 interview by May Marsh
Folder 44- Richard Pond
Folder 45- Rhodes Family, 1st African-American family in Leonia,1913
Folder 46- John Shedd
Folder 47- William Shedd, Lawyer
Folder 48- John Stenken, Mayor 1958-1965, Architect
Folder 49- Doris & Ivory Sully
Folder 50- Peg Trapani, Owner of Leonia Print Shop
Folder 51- Frances Tyson, Borough Physician
Folder 52- Elizabeth Van
Folder 53- Eugene Van
Folder 54- Henry & Louise Van Zandt, 1936 interview by May Marsh
Folder 55- Anne & Wesley Vreeland
Folder 56- Thomas West
Folder 57- May Wickey, wife of artist Harry Wickey
Folder 58- John Wragge
Folder 59- Alexander Wyckoff
Folder 60- William Zeigler





Creator Paul Mattingly (1987) and May Marsh (1942)
Collection Oral Histories
People MacAlister,Mary Sully,Doris & Ivory
McCormick,Josephine Trapani,Peg
Meeker,Alice Tyson,Frances
Moore,Essie Van,Elizabeth
Moore Family Van,Eugene
Newell,Peter Vanzandt,Louise & Henry
Noyes,Anna Vreeland,Anne & Wes
O'Grady,Dan West,Thomas
Pond,Richard Wickey,May
Rhodes Family Wragge,John
Shedd,John Wyckoff,Alexander
Shedd,William Zeigler,William
Stenken,John
Subjects Oral Histories
Archives
Admin/Biographical History Paul Mattingly conducted interviews under a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission for a Social History Project in 1986.
Early interviews by May Marsh in 1936 &1942