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984-103 Smith, Susan B CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
984-103 Shaw, John D CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
984-103 Ford, M Tyler 40C 54, divorced, b.MA, '35 LV, rent $110, UI 1940 1941
984-103 Porosh, Mary 40C 23, lodger, b.MA, single, student, '35 Marblehead, UI 1940 1940
984-103 Tomb, Catherine 40C 30, guest of MT Ford, single, b.D.C., stenographer United Shoe, '35 NY 1940 1940
984-103 Peabody, Mrs Jeanette B CSD'41 name only listed 1941 1941
984-103 Campbell, Mrs Margaret CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
984-103 Hallett, Morman M CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
984-103 Heloyd ?, Mrs. Martha CSD'53-'54 name only listed 1953-54 1953-54
984-103 Irving, James CSD'53-'54 thru '65 name only listed, Janet Irving (Mrs. James Irving) associated with New England Conservatory. 1953-54 1965
    Janet Irving, wife of James Irving, listed at this address in 1964 issue of Neume, a New England Conservatory publication https://archive.org/stream/neume1964newe/neume1964newe_djvu.txt    
984-103 Bradshaw, W.D.   1955  
984-103 ???      
984-103 Pfeiffer, Mrs. Matilde   1968 1992
984-103 Pfeiffer, Miss Louise   1979 1992
984-103 Brand, Christoph-Mathias   1992 1995
984-103 Brand, Christina Althen   1992 1995
984-103 Schlein, John   1995 2003
984-103 Schlein, Helen   1995 2993
984-103 Cerf, Carol   2003 2014
984-103 Ying, Howard   2014  
984-103 Ying, Sarah   2014  
984-103 Ying, Sophia   2014  
984-103 Ying, Anthony   2014  
984-103 Ying, Nicholas   2014  
984-104 Ernst, Mrs Jeanie B mother of Roger Ernst in 983-201 1931 1936
    LV Who Lived Here list has her at 983-201 from 1919 (first mention) to 1930. Did she move in 1931 to 984-101? She is listed at 984 address in Boston Blue Books of 1935 and 1936. Is her name Jeanie or Jennie? She must have been quite old.    
984-104 DeSilva, H Reginald CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
984-104 Wheeler, Thorne L 40C 51, chemical engineer, consulting chemist, b.NY '35 Cambridge, rent $110, UI 1940 1941
984-104 Wheeler, Edna A 40C 50, wife of TL Wheeler, b.NY '35 Cambridge, UI 1940 1940
984-104 Wheeler, Jean L 40C 24, daughter of TL Wheeler, teacher private school, b.NY 1940 1940
984-104 Wheeler, Dorothy 40C 20, daughter of TL Wheeler, student, b.NY 1940 1940
984-104 Gerrity, Joseph W Jr (984-303 '46) CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
984-104 Harriman, John CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
984-104 vacant CSD'53-'54 1953-54 1953-54
984-104 Ziegler, Percy R CSD'61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
984-104 vacant CSD'72 1972 1972
984-104 Devoto, Mrs. Avis M. Avis MacVicar DeVoto was born in Houghton, Michigan, on May 22, 1904. At the end of her freshman year at Northwestern University, in June 1923, she married Bernard DeVoto who had been her English instructor. The DeVotos remained in Evanston for four years and then moved to Cambridge where Bernard DeVoto was a member of the English Department at Harvard until 1936. With the exception of four years in Lincoln, Massachusetts (1932-1936) and two years in New York City (1936-1938) where Bernard DeVoto was editor of the Saturday Review of Literature, the DeVotos lived in Cambridge. Bernard DeVoto was an historian, literary critic, editor and author of numerous books, including The Year of Decision, Across the Wide Missouri, The Course of Empire and several on Mark Twain (See Who Was Who, 1951-1960). He was the editor of "The Easy Chair" for Harper's Magazine from 1935 until his death in 1955. There are two DeVoto sons, Gordon and Mark. Avis DeVoto was an editor, specializing in cookbooks, for Alfred A. Knopf from 1956 to 1958. She held the post of House Secretary in Lowell House at Harvard for the next five years and then worked in the Deans' Office at Radcliffe until her retirement in June 1969. Avis DeVoto handled much of her husband's correspondence during his lifetime, and it was her reply to a letter from Julia Child in Paris addressed to Bernard DeVoto that initiated the correspondence. An Easy Chair column decrying the ubiquitous, dull, stainless steel American paring knife had struck a sympathetic chord with Julia Child who decided to contribute a sharp, carbon steel French knife to the DeVoto menage. A close friendship bloomed across the Atlantic, but it was not until two years and some 120 letters later that the two met in Cambridge. Paul Child was cultural attache with the United States Foreign Service until his retirement in 1962; he and his wife lived in Paris, Marseilles, West Germany, Norway, and Washington, DC. While one can follow the evolution of Mastering the Art of French Cooking in these letters, they cover a wide range of topics: McCarthyism, the reaction of Europeans to the Communist hysteria in the United States, the specter of security clearance, the pitfalls and successes of a career in the Foreign Service, as well as pungent comments about the national temperament and character of the French, the Germans, Norwegians, English, not to mention their food. The letters are written by literate and articulate observers, not only of the international scene but also of the local Cambridge community. Bio from papers of Avis DeVoto in Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University. http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/~sch00551 Avis DeVoto moved to Longview sometime after Bernard DeVoto died, 11/13/1955. She was a beloved member of the Longview community. A chair in the garden is dedicated to her. Mary Ann Daily remembers that once Avis and her good friend Julia Child got stuck in the 984 elevator, "for quite some time." In the mid-1960s, Avis was active in the "Save the Sycamores" campaign, which ultimately led to the state's dropping a plan to widen Memorial Trial and remove or endanger the prized, actually loved, trees. - LM 1973 1989
984-104 Hill, Roberta G   1989 1995
984-104 Jerome Reich   1995  
984-104 Celia Reich   1995  
984-104 Clawson, Myrtle L. (Mitzi)   2008  
984-203 James, John L   1931 1931
984-203 Pearson, Helen A   1931 1931
984-203 Fernstrom, Karl D (984-504 '40) 40C 50, college professor, b.MN '35 Hancock ME, rent $115 UI 1937 1937
984-203 Fernstrom, Katherine B (40C Funstrom) 40C 43, wife of KD Fernstrom b.CA '35 Hancock ME    
    Mr. & Mrs. Karl K. Fernstrom, 1937 Boston Blue Book. When did they move to 984-504?    
984-203 Fernstrom, Karl D Jr. 40C 16, son of KD Fernstrom, student, b.VA '35 Hancock ME    
984-203 Collinson, Noyes 40C 40, executive secretary, social services, b.PA '35 NJ salary $5,000 rent $115 1940 1941
984-203 Collinson, Olga G 40C 44, wife of N Collinson, b.NY '35 NJ 1940 1940
984-203 Nairne, Frank B   1944 1946
984-203 Robbins, Howard ? b. 1876 Yales, Episcopal School of Divinity, Camb MA clergyman 1953-54 1965
984-203 Allen, Joseph   1968 1968
984-203 Kelman, Mr. Herbert Chanoch   1972  
984-203 Kelman, Mrs. Rose Brousman 1993 social worker 1972  
984-203 Joel Tranum   2013  
984-204 Willman, Werner 30C 26, manager milk, b. Germany, rent $150 1930 1931
984-204 Willman, Louise 30C 21, wife of Willman, b. PA 1930 1930
984-204 Scatchard, George 40C 48, professor MIT, b.NY '35 LV, rent $120, chemistry to medical biochemistry, Germany in 1946 for US gov to advise on Germanscientific research 1935 1973
    National Academy of Science, 1968 membership list, at 984 address    
984-204 Scatchard, Willian (Billie) 40C 47, wife of G Scatchard,Smith professor music, b.MT '35 LV, salary $2750 1940 1940
    Mr & Mrs George Scatchard, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
984-204 Colegrove, Evelyn 40C 43, Scatchard maid, b.NJ '35 NJ, salary $750 1940 1940
984-204 Price, Mr. Don K.   1973 1995
984-204 Price,Harriet (Hattie) Mrs.   1973 2002
984-204 Peterson, Marilyn L.R.   2002 2016
984-204 Lou, Hunli   2016  
984-204 Kralick, James   2016  
984-303 Brown, Daisy H CSD'31 Mrs. F Harold 30C 45, widow, b.CA, rent $177 1930 1931
984-303 Brown, Harold F 30C 19, son of DH Brown,student, b.NY 1930 1930
984-303 Brown, Beverly H 30C 17, n of DH Brown,student, b.NY 1930 1930
984-303 Rice, Mrs Alice W CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Mrs. Richard H. Rice listed in 984, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
984-303 Burrell, Richard M 40C 51, lawyer private cases, b.MA '35 Camb, rent $135 UI 1940 1940
984-303 Burrell, Helen M 40C 50, wife of RM Burrell, owner gift shop, b.PA '3 Camb, UI 1940 1940
984-303 Burrell, Olivia 40C 22, daughter of RM Burrell, secy private hospital, b.ME '35 Camb, salary $540 1940 1940
984-303 Burrell, Helen 40C 19, daughter of RM Burrell, student, b.MA '35 Cambridge 1940 1940
984-303 Burrell, Margaret 40C 17, daughter of RM Burrell, student, b.MA '35 Cambridge 1940 1940
984-303 Burrell, Annie 40C 13, daughter of RM Burrell, student, b.MA '35 Cambridge 1940 1940
984-303 vacant CSD'41 1941 1941
984-303 Mayo, Elton CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
984-303 Gerrity, Joseph (984-104 '44) CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
984-303 Norris, Edward W. ? 30C Mass Ave Camb b.1889 consulting mechanical engineer 1953-54 1972
984-303 Cazden, Courtney B. (986-105 '97-'06)   1979 1997
984-303 Mayer, Elizabeth Van Huysen Her husband, Jean Mayer, nutritionist and president of Tufts University, died in 1993, at the age of 72. 1997 2006
    Mrs. Mayer's son Andre listed at this address.    
984-303 McFarquhar, Roderick note spelling: Roderick Lemonde MacFarquhar (with a in Mac); b. 12-2-1930 Lahore; is a Harvard University professor and China specialist, British politician, newspaper and television journalist and academic orientalist. He served briefly as a Member of Parliament. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roderick_MacFarquhar]
2006  
984-303 Wright, Dalena   2006  
984-304 Sedgwick, W (William) Ellery (983 30C) 30C 30, newly married, teacher, university, b. MA, rent $145 1930 1931
984-304 Sedgwick, Sarah C 30C 25, newly married, b. MA 1930 1931
984-304 Waiting, John K CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
984-304 DeLoura, Elmer H 40C 42, sales manager roof co, b.MA '35 Detroit, rent $115 UI 1940 1953-54
984-304 DeLoura, Lillian 40C 38, wife of EH DeLoura, b.TX '35 Detroit 1940 1940
984-304 Ball, Francis L (983 '28-'30) CSD'61-'63 name only listed 1961 1963
984-304 Lawrence, Rt Rev W Appleton CSD'65-'72 name only listed 1965 1978
984-304 Lawrence, Hannah C   1965 1978
984-304 Lowery, Rev. James   1978 1994
    Episcopal priest    
984-304 Lowery, Anita, Mrs.   1979 1994
    Did their daughter Monique live at LV? She was a school friends of Dorothy Alston's daughter.    
984-304 Bate, Walter Jackson   1994 2000
984-304 Perkins, David   1994 2000
984-304 Graham, Jorie (985-302 '98 -)   2000 2004
984-304 Sachs, Peter   2000 2004
984-304 Blume, Andrew Charles They had a baby while living here. I believe he grew up in NYC. He returned for a position in an Episcopal Church, on the Upper West Side. I was present at his ordination - Lee Born He was ordained an Episcopal priest in January 2006. - LM 2004 2008
984-304 Blume, Jacalyn   2004 2008
984-304 Blume, William Colman Blume b. April 2006, 5 weeks prematurely 2006  
984-304 Alonso, Ramon   2008  
984-304 Altman, Dorothy   2008  
984-403 Birkhoff (30C Berkhoff), George D 30C 46, Harvard mathematics professor, b. MI, rent $170 1928 1931
  Birkhoff, Margaret 30C 45, wife of GD Birkhoff, b.IL 1930 1930
    Prof. & Mrs. George D. Birkhoff, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
  Birkhoff, Barbara 30C 21, daughter of GD Birkhoff, student, b. WI 1930 1930
  Birkhoff, Garrett 30C 19, son of GD Birkhoff, student, b. NJ, mathematician at Harvard when? 1930 1930
984-403 Smith, William A 40C 59, married b.PA '35 St.Louis, Colonel USArmy, rent $140, income $5,000 UI 1937 1940
984-403 Smith, Doris D 40C wife of WA Smith, b. MO '35 St.Louis 1940 1940
984-403 Doherty, Charles T 40C 72, guest of WA Smith, single b.Iowa '35 Kansas City, UI 1940 1940
984-403 McMohon, Margaret 40C 39, guest of WA Smith, widow b.Iowa '35 Kansas City, UI 1940 1940
984-403 vacant CSD'41 1941 1941
984-403 Gummere, Richard M translator Harvard University Press books, 1940C instructor Phillips Academy 1944 1968
    Richard Mott Gummere, b. 8-3-1883 Burlington NJ; m. Christine Robinson 6-30-1908, Villa Nova PA; d Dec 1969, Cambridge MA. Father taught at Haverford; grew up on campus, Haverford BA, soccer star; 1907 Harvard Ph.D. in Classics; 1907-1918 taught Latin at Haverford; 1918-1934, headmaster, Wm Penn Charter School, Philadelphia; 1922, wrote Seneca the Philosopher and his Modern Message; 1934-1952 Harvard University Dean of Admissions, reformed admissions program, admitting "the best young men he could find from all parts of the country to study for Harvard's B.A. degree" ; 1959 curator Ralph Lowell Institute in Boston. Two children: Eleanor Gummere (1909-1964), Richard Mott Gummere, known as Buzz (1912-2007). http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gomery/gummererichardm.html    
    On 9-11-1943, Gummere gave 984 address in letter to editor of Cambridge Sentinel, announcing his candidacy for Cambridge School Committee. Did he win? http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com/cgi-bin/cambridge?a=d&d=Sentinel19430911-01.2.24&e=- (Note: No mention in this letter of ancestry.com bio above to teaching at Phillips Academy, which is what is recorded in 40C. Did he teach there, and, if so, was it Phillips Andover or Phillips Exeter?)    
984-403 vacant CSD'72 1972 1972
984-403 Perschonok, Mr. Daniel Dr. Perschonok says when he bought the apartment, it was in a delapidated state. The former owner had been dead for about a year. His daughter brought the key to the Perschonoks. (Might have been some other relative. Gummere's daughter died in 1964, acc ancestry.com.0 1970  
984-403 Perschonok, Antoinette Mrs. They had been married for 50+ years. She was Belgian, petite, Alzheimer's.. Died 2015 1970 2015
984-404 Alexander, Albert B CSD '31 name only listed 1931 1931
984-404 Wells, Virginia (983-201 '40-'41) 40C 27, single, b.MA '35 Camb, rent $135 UI 1937 1937
984-404 Cave, Richard L (40C Cove) 40C 56, Colonel US Army, b.VA '35 DC, salary $5000 rent $115 UI 1940 1941
984-404 Cave, Theodora 40C 46, wife of RL Cove, b.VA '35 DC, UI 1940 1940
984-404 Cave, Edmund 40C 14, son of RL Cove, b.NY '35 DC 1940 1940
984-404 Simpson, Alfred D CSD'44-54 Harvard Graduate School of Education 1944 1953-54
984-404 Wesson, Laurence CSD '61-'63 name only listed 1961 1963
984-404 Wesson, Mrs Elizabeth M CSD '61-'63 name only listed, must have been widowed? 1965 1988
984-404 Fitzgerald, R. Leigh Leigh & Betsy used capital G in their name: FitzGerald. - LM 1987 2004
984-404 Fitzgerald, Betsy P   1987 2004
984-404 Chayes, Antonia Handler b.1929, m. Abram Chayes (1922-2000), 5 children, distinguished career as lawyer, educator, public servant. Widow 2000 2001 2005
    Moved to LV year after her husband died.    
984-404 Khokhar, Jamal Chayes subtenant, Canadian Foreign Ministry, HBS Fellow 2002 2003
984-404 Leape, Lucian L   2005 2014
984-404 Leape, Martha P (Marty)   2005 2014
984-404 Chomsky, Noam   2014  
    Avram Noam Chomsky    
984-404 Wasserman-Chomsky, Valeria   2014  
984-503 Dodd, Edwin M 20C, 62, wool merchant, wool mills, b.MA 1919 1931
    1919 Boston Blue Book lists Mr. & Mrs. Edwin M. Dodd in 983, not 984, no apt #. However, Harvard Alumni Assn Directory for 1929, p 247, lists Edwin Merrick Dodd, Harvard College 1880, at 984 Memorial Drive.    
984-503 Dodd, Ellen T 20C 60, wife of EM Dodd, b. MA 1920 1920
    Mr. & Mrs. Edwin W. Dodd are listed at 983 in Boston Blue Book 1926. Not clear if listing is for father or his son, Edwin M. Dodd Jr. Edwin M. Todd Jr. married Winifred Hyde, his first wife, in 1928. Need to sort this out. -    
984-503 Dodd, Edwin M Jr 20C 31, son of EM Dodd, lawyer brokerage house, b. RI 1920 1920
    Edwin Merrick Dodd Jr. was a legal scholar, author, and professor at Harvard Law School between 1928-1951, where he taught courses and wrote about business organizations, corporate finance, corporate reorganization, and labor law. He usually went by E. Merrick Dodd. His papers are in the Harvard Law Library. b. October 31, 1898, Providence, RI; A.B., Harvard College 1910; LL.B., Harvard Law School 1913.
1913-14 Practiced law with Brandeis, Dunbar & Nutter, Boston. 1914-16 Practiced law with Herrick, Smith, Donald & Farley, Boston.
1916-17 Associate Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University.
1917-18 Legal Section, United States War Industries Board.
1919-22 Practiced law with Channing, Corneau & Frothingham, Boston; member of firm, 1920-22.
1922-27 Professor of Law, University of Nebraska.
1927-28 Acting Professor of Law, University of Chicago.
1928 Married Winifred Hyde, of Lincoln, Nebraska.
1928-51 Professor of Law, Harvard University; Fessenden Professor, 1946-51.
1928-33 Adviser, American Law Institute Restatement of Business Associations. 1937-38 Harvard University, Committee of Eight, Walsh-Sweezy appointment termination case. 1940s Compliance Commissioner, local office of United States War Production Board.
11-3-1951 d. with his wife in an automobile accident on an icy bridge, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
http://socialarchive.iath.virginia.edu/ark:/99166/w6w09qv6

   
         
984-503   Winifred Hyde from Lincoln NE m. Edwin Merrick Dodd in 1928. That year he came to teach at Harvard Law School. Winifred Hyde Dodd is listed at 984 Mem Dr in January 1929 Bulletin of Members of the American Association of University Professors. Where did she teach? Did she ever live at LV? She and her husband died 11-3-1951 in car accident in Portsmouth NH, on an icy bridge not far from their weekend house in New Castle NH.    
984-503 Dodd, Catherine 20C 27, daughter of EM Dodd, student, b. RI 1920 1920
    Katherine Dodd: Bryn Mawr, Class of 1914; attended Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1917- ). Boston Blue Books of 1919 & 1926 list Mr. & Mrs. Edwin M. Dodd (parents?) and Miss Katherine Dodd at 983, not 984, Memorial Drive, no apt #. - LM    
    Lieut. Eugene Dodd (USA) is listed at 983 in 1919 Boston Blue Book. Harvard Class of 1914, 2nd lieutenant US Army in 1917 Harvard Alumni Review. Note: Katherine Dodd above is 1914 graduate of Bryn Mawr. Could they be twins? Cousins? no relation?    
984-503 Keaveney. Catherine 20C 30, Dodd chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1891 1920 1920
984-503 Elms, Annie B 30C 52, Dodd cook, b. MA 1930 1930
984-503 Birkhoff, George D (984-403 '28- '31) 30C 46, Harvard mathematics professor, b. MI, rent $170 1937 1937
984-503 Birkhoff, Margaret (30C Berkhoff) 30C 45, wife of GD Birkhoff, b.IL    
984-503 Birkhoff, Barbara 30C 21, daughter of GD Birkhoff, student, b. WI    
984-503 Birkhoff, Garrett 30C 19, son of GD Birkhoff, student, b. NJ    
984-503 Jarvis, Edith R (40C Jarves) 40C 64, widow of William R, b.MA, '35 Pittsburg, rent $130 1940 1941
984-503 Jarvis William R (40C Jarves) 40C 22, son ER Jarvis, b.PA '35 Pittsburgh, student 1940 1940
984-503 Ralston, Ella P (40C Balston) 40C , grandmother, b.MA '35 Pittsburgh 1940 1940
984-503 Lewis, Kate 40C 57, maid ER Jarvis, b. VA '35 Pittsburg 1940 1940
984-503 Eldredge, Vartlett W CSD'44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
984-503 Sperry, Willard L Dean of Harvard Divinity School, author... 1953-54 1953-54
984-503 Sperry, Mrs. Willard Learoyd In 1954, Mrs. Willard Learoyd Sperry of 984 Mem Dr donated a letter by William James to the Houghton Library. 1954 1954
984-503 Lorimer, Monroe CSD'61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
984-503 Merritt, Mr. A. Tillman (986-405 '53-'68) Prof. Tillman taught history of music at Harvard. Among the students was Leonard Bernstein. - LM 1972 1995
984-503 Merritt, Miss Evangeline (sister) Prof. Tillman moved from 986-405 to this larger apt so that his sister Evangeline could live there too. Someone at Centennial Party said she was an opera singer. Any evidence of that? - LM 1982 1995
984-503 Burke, John F. MD   1995 2008
984-503 Burke, Agnes Redfearn G.   1995 2008
984-503 Friedland, Dennis   2008  
984-504 Morgan, William O P (985 student 1920) 30C 36, student, b.IL, rent $125 1928 1931
984-504 Morgan, Christiana 30C 35, wife of WOP Morgan, b.MA 1930 1930
984-504 Morgan, Conncilman 30C 10, son of WOP Morgan, b.MA 1930 1930
984-504 Whitehead, Alfred N (984-603 '26-'31) Harvard professor, mathematics, philosophy 1937 1937
984-504 Whitehead, Evelyn W wife of Alfred North Whitehead 1937 1937
984-504 Fernstrom, Karl D (984-203 '37) 40C 50, college professor, b.MN '35 Hancock ME, rent $115 UI 1940 1940
984-504 Fernstrom, Katherine B (40C Funstrom) 40C 43, wife of KD Fernstrom b.CA '35 Hancock ME 1940 1940
984-504 Fernstrom, Karl D Jr. 40C 16, son of KD Fernstrom, student, b.VA '35 Hancock ME 1940 1940
984-504 Jones, Catesby 40C in Daytona Beach, Florida, editor 1941 1941
984-504 Beveridge, Mrs Mary M G CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
984-504 Phelps, Mary CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
984-504 Walker, Richard F. CSD'53 on name only listed 1953-54 1973
984-504 Thomann, Mr. Albert   1982  
984-504 Thomann, Mrs.   1982  
984-504 Trevithick, Morris     1988
984-504 Trevithick, Janet     1988
984-504 Rich, Janet Mrs. subtenant    
984-504 Van Buren, Elsie Proctor Mrs.   1988 2008
984-504 Tranum, Joel   2008  
984-603 Little, Leon M 20C 32, salesman bond office, b. MA Leon Magaw Little, b. 12-30-1887, Newburyport MA, Harvard 1910, is listed at 603 Radnor Hall in 1919 Harvard Alumni Directory and in the 1919 Boston Social Register. His correspondence with his classmate T. S. Eliot is in the Houghton Library at Harvard. Reference in this correspondence to William B. Durant, another Harvard 1910 classmate, living in 986. 1919 1920
984-603   The Cambridge Tribune reported in 1918: “Lieutenant and Mrs. Leon Little are to be at Radnor Hall for the winter.” - Meg Murphy    
984-603 Little, Eleanor 20C 28, wife of LM Little, b. MA Eleanor Wheeler Little, b. 9-30-1891 in Boston MA 1920 1920
984-603 Little, Eleanor 20C 2, daughter of LM Little, b. MA abt. 1918    
984-603 Little, Catherine A 20C 3 months, daughter of LM Little, b. MA Catherine Adams Little b. 10-4-1919 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=vonlork&recno=26856 1920 1920
984-603 Maccaihern, Irene 20C 19, Little chambermaid, b. Canada USA 1916 1920 1920
984-603 Whitehead, Alfred N (see 984-504 '37) Harvard professor, mathematics, philosophy 1926 1931
984-603 Whitehead, Evelyn W wife of Alfred North Whitehead 1926 1931
984-603 Lowes, John L (984 '19-'30, 983-603 '41-'44) 20C 51, Harvard English professor, b. IN: 30C rent $150: 40C UI 1919 1944
    John Livingston Lowes, scholar of English literature and persuasive teacher, known for his scholarly method in tracing authors’ sources and his allusive style of speaking and writing. https://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Livingston-Lowes    
984-603 Lowes, Mary G 20C 53, wife of JL Lowes, b.IN : 40C UI 1920 1940
984-603 Lowes, John N 20C 21, son of JL Lowes, student, b. IN 1919 1920
984-603 Tally, Margaret 20C 23, Lowes chambermaid, b. Virginia 1920 1920
984-603 Power, Mary L 40C 36, Lowes maid, single, b.Canada '35 Belmont MA salary $832 1940 1940
         
984-603 Pease, Arthur Stanley Harvard, Pope Prof of Latin 1946 1963
984-603 Donham, Philip CSD name only listed 1965 1973
984-603 Keppel, Mr. Francis Francis C. (Frank) Keppel: champion of equal educational opportunity, former Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education; U.S. Commissioner of Education under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson; b. 19__ , d. 02-19-1990 1979 1988
984-603 Keppel, Mrs. Edith Edith (Deedie) ____ Keppel 1979 1988
984-603 Rosenkrantz, Barbara Gutmann   1988 2010
984-603 Marshall, John Nathaniel (Nat) John Nathaniel Marshall m. Barbara Rosenkrantz in living room of 984-603; d. 10-11-2008. 1988 2010
984-603 Kemple, David P.   2010  
984-603 Kemple, Suzanne G.   2010  
984-604 Ebersole, John F CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
984-604 Hamilton, Alston CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Brig. Gen. Alston Hamilton, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
984-604 Boyden, Mrs Elizabeth D 40C 64, widow b.TX, '35 LV, rent $125 UI 1935 1944
984-604 Boyden, Royland W 40C 28, son ED Boyden, student b.MA '35 LV 1935 1940
984-604 Sheely/Sheehy, Mary E 40C 33, single, maid, b.Ireland, '35 Belmont MA, income $780 1940 1940
984-604 Ford, Wider J CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
984-604 Lessells, John M author Strength and Resistance of Metals, consulting co. Boston 1953-54 1963
984-604 Lessells, Mrs Gladys CSD'65-'68 name only listed 1965 1968
984-604 Jackson, Gwendolene M CSD'72 name only listed 1972 1972
984-604 Cardwell, Mr. Guy A. Guy Adams Cardwell, b. 11-14-1905 in Savannah, Georgia. BA University of North Carolina 1926; AM Harvard University 1932; Ph.D. University of North Carolina 1936. After Mrs. Cardwell died, Dr. Cardwell sold his unit and moved to Brookhaven where, on 5-7-1992, he married Blanche Butler Marshall, who had been his neighbor in 1988-89 at 985-402. Blanche died ____. Was she related to Nat Marshall? No, says Ann Oliver. Blanche died in April 1995. Dr. Cardwell died 9-12-2005 at the age of 99. 1973 1992
984-604 Cardwell, Mrs. Margaret R. Margaret Randolph Bullitt Cardwell, b. 12-21-1935, d. Oct 1991. Edited Cardwell Family Papers, which I believe are at UNC. She was apparantly a gracious woman, remembered fondly by residents and even an electrical repairman who visited the apt years after her death. 1973 1992
984-604 Ambler, Peter Wistar   1992  
984-604 Miller, Lindsay Meredith   1992