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986-104 Allen, Grace T (Mrs. Thomas E) 30C 65, widow, b.MA rent $155 1930 1931
986-104 Allen, Norman T 30C 30, son of Mrs. Grace T, agent dry goods, b.MA 1930 1930
986-104 Kemble, John R 40C 60, superintendent apartments, b.MA '35 LV, salary $1200, UI rent $100, per Mary Maguire he handled rentals for the buildings. 1935 1965
    Only Mr. John R. Kemble listed 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-104 Kemble, Jeanne 40C 51, wife of JR Kemble, b.VA '35 LV 1935 1940
986-104 Cushman, Mr. Robert A.     1985
986-104 Cushman, Mrs.      
986-104 Weitz, Mrs. Margaret Collins   1986  
986-104 Weitz, David   1994  
986-105 Winter, L Clarke CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
986-105 May, Ralph H 40C 56, investment booker [broker?], b.NH '35 Camb rent $130 earn $1000 UI 1937 1946
    Ralph H. May, b. abt 1883, Portsmouth NH, in his mother's house, which later became the Portsmouth Historical Society. Ralph was the fourth generation and last family member to own the home. Upon his death in the early 1970s, Ralph deeded the Rundlet-May House to the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, now known as Historic New England. http://walkportsmouth.blogspot.com/2014_10_01_archive.html
On 3-26-1963, at the age of 80, he delivered an amusing paper at the Cambridge Historical Society on the history of the Cambridge Boat Club. http://www.cambridgehistory.org/content/cambridge-boat-club (Text to be added to document file.) He mentioned waking up in his apartment at 983 and hearing a whipporwill on the opposite shore of the Charles. More interesting info in file. - author, Early Portsmouth History. Boston, C. E. Goodspeed & Company, 1926. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph H. May listed in 986 in 1937 Boston Blue Book.
   
986-105 May, Gladys 40C 49, wife of RH May, b.PA '35 Camb UI 1940 1940
    Mrs. Ralph May, no given name, was a member of the Council of the Cambridge Historical Society, with a term ending in 1966.    
986-105 Mceaster, Mary 40C 33, May maid, b.Ireland, '35 Camb salary $780 1940 1940
986-105 Brigham, Henry R 1880-1964, affiliated Cambridge Trust 1953-54 1965
986-105 Brigham, Mrs.Katharine W. wife of HR Brigham 1959 1967
986-105 Cotton, Dana M.   1968 1972
986-105 Cotton, Mrs.      
986-105 Cavers, Prof. David   1973 1993
986-105 Cavers, Lelia   1973  
986-105 Booy (Buoy?), Sarie   1991  
986-105 Weiss, Otto subtenants 1991 1992
986-105 Weiss, Idell subtenants 1991 1992
986-105 Smith   1993 1996
986-105 Ware, James H.   1996 1996
986-105 Ware, Janice   1996 1996
986-105 Cazden, Courtney B (984-303 '79-'97)   1996 2006
986-105 Newes, Virginia Ervis   2006  
    note spelling: Virginia Ervin Newes; b. ____; parents Mr. & Mrs. Spencer Ervin; grew up in Bala PA (?); Shipley School, Bryn Mawr PA; Radcliffe College; m. Klaus Newes, Vienna, Austria, at Harvard Law School, m. 5-29-1954    
986-204 Chipman, Curtis (986-205 '31) 30C 53, bank cashier, $155 1930 1931
986-204 Chipman, Maud O 30C 55, wife of C Chipman, b.MA 1930 1931
    Mr. & Mrs. Chipman listed in 1931 Boston Blue Book. Just Mrs. Curtis Chipman listed in 986, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-204 Chipman, John D 30C 21, son of C Chipman, student, b.MA 1930 1930
986-204 King, Jean 30C 25, Chipman cook b. Canada USA 1922 1930 1930
986-204 MacMahon, H Edward CSD '37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Dr. & Mrs. Edward McMahon (note spelling), 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-204 Miller, Benjamin F 40C 59, officer US Army, b.VA '35 Arlington VA 1940 1941
986-204 Miller, Lois 40C 34, wife of BF Miller, v.VA '35 Arlington VA 1940 1941
986-204 Guthrie, Mrs Mary E CSD '46 name only listed 1944 1946
986-204 Colburn, Miss Marion   1973 1993
986-204 Wolohojian, Gabrielle b. 12-16-1960; 2008 Associate Justice of Massachusetts Appeals Court, appointed by Gov. Deval Patrick; 2010 moved to Charlestown, shares townhouse with Maura Healey, Massachusetts Attorney General in Baker Administration 1993 2010
986-204 Walsh, John   2010  
986-204 Walsh, Patricia   2010  
986-205 Nefley, Richard A CSD '31 name only listed 1931 1931
986-205 Nefley, A wife? different person? 1928 1930
986-205 Chipman, Curtis (986-204 '30-'31) 30C 53, bank cashier, $155 1937 1937
986-205 Chipman, Maud O 39C 55, wife of C Chipman, b.MA 1937 1937
986-205 Chipman, John D 30C 21, son of C Chipman, student, b.MA 1930 1930
986-205 King, Jean 30C 25, Chipman cook b. Canada USA 1922 1930 1930
986-205 vacant for 1940 census?   1940 1940
986-205 Miller, Cammann CSD '41 name only listed 1941 1941
986-205 Schierling, Evan V CSD '44 name only listed 1944 1944
986-205 Gould, Albert T CSD '46 name only listed 1946 1946
986-205 Bessell, Maxwell E b 1880 insurance exec? 1940C Prescott St 1953-54 1980
986-205 Bessell, Helen I. sister 1973 1980
986-205 Bessell, Margaret sister 1979 1980
986-205 Hare, Charles W (moved to 985-203).   1982 2005
986-205 Hare, Hope Hughes   1982 2005
986-205 Chatfield, Mary Post (Polly)   2005  
986-304 Gorham, Alvine J (983 '19-'23) CSD '19 widow Robert S, 10C lawyer, lived 125 Prince St W Newton, 20C 53, b.MA: 30C rent $170 1925 1931
986-304 Duggan, Mary (20C Durgin) 20C 47, Gorham chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1893 30C lodger 1920 1930
986-304 Dodd, Mrs Ellen T (984-503 '19-'31) 40C 80, widow Edwin M wool broker, b.MA 1937 1941
986-304 Woodruff, Mabel 40C 58, Dodd housekeeper, b.Canada, '35 LV salary $1456 1940 1940
986-304 Robins, Edwin C CSD '44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
986-304 Carroll, Mrs Mary S CSD '53-'72 name only listed 1953-54 1974
986-304 Burgwin, Mr. Howard   1981 1984
986-304 Ramsey, John   1984 1990
986-304 Ramsey, Virginia Mrs.   1984  
986-304 Ramsey, Elsie Miss   1984  
986-304 Ramsey, Mary Miss   1984  
986-304 Stone, Shepard Shepard Stone (March 31, 1908 - May 4, 1990) was an American journalist and foundation administrator. see Wikipedia    
    He rejoined the Times in 1946, but in 1949 returned to Germany, having been recruited as Assistant Director of Public Affairs for Occupied Germany by the newly appointed High Commissioner John J. McCloy. He was subsequently promoted to Director. On McCloy's departure, Stone returned to the States as Director of International Affairs at the Ford Foundation, serving from 1952 to 1967. From 1967 to 1974, he was President of the International Association For Cultural Freedom.    
    In 1974, Stone went again to Berlin in a role as first director of Aspen in Berlin, a partner institute to American non-profit organization, the Aspen Institute. He remained there until retirement in 1988. He was a participant in many of the Bilderberg and Pugwash conferences. He was a member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group.[2]    
    References[edit]    
    Jump up^ "Guide to the Papers of Shepard Stone, 1925 - 1990".    
    Jump up^ "Former Steering Committee Members". bilderbergmeetings.org. Bilderberg Group. Retrieved 2014-02-08.    
    The Dartmouth Special Collections Library contains 80 boxes of papers of Shepard Stone, Dartmouth 1929. In Box 78, Folders 10-28 deal with sale in 1988 of LV shares owned by John & Virginia Ramsey to Shepard & Charlotte Stone. Also included are LV Owners' Manual, LV By-Laws, 1987 Annual Meeting minutes etc. [http://ead.dartmouth.edu/html/ml99_Series10_Boxes_d3e47024.html]    
986-304 Stone, Charlotte Charlotte Hesenclever, a German national, married Shepard Stone in 1933. [http://ead.dartmouth.edu/html/ml99_biohist.html] 1990 1997
986-304 Slaughter, Lucretia   1997  
986-304 Johnson, Richard   2002  
986-305 Chase, Arthur T 20C 55, accountant self-employed b.MA, 30C rent $140 1919 1931
986-305 Chase, Mary G 20C 52, wife of Arthur T b. MA 1920 1930
986-305 Chase, Priscilla 20C 20, daughter of Arthur T b.MA 1920 1930
986-305 Durant, Mrs. Caroline V (986-405 '21-'31) 20C 69 lived Lowell St b. MA, 30C 79 rent $152, 40C 89 rent $135 1937 1946
    Mrs. William B. Durant Sr., 1931, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-305 Durant, Henry W 20C 33, lived Lowell St b.MA, merchant wool co. 30C 40C 1953-54 1972
986-305 Kelley, Katherine 30C 30, maid to Durant b. New York 1930 1930
986-305 Shine, Susanna E 40C 48 maid to Durant b. N Carolina 1940 1940
986-305 Maisonpierre, Mrs. Christine   1973 1992
    Jim Pinney says he heard previous occupant of his apt ran Marshall Plan or something like that.    
986-305 Pinney, James   1992  
986-305 Fano, Ester   1992  
986-404 Prince, Mrs. Lucinda W 20C 57, widow, teacher, department store, b.MA 1918 1931
986-404 Bacon, Isabella C 20C 34, partner of LW Prince, electrical work, government, b.OH 1920 1920
986-404 Aitkin, Julia M 20C 49, Prince chambermaid, b. Canada USA 1889 1920 1920
986-404 Crozier, William J CSD '37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Mr. & Mrs. William J. Crozier, 986 no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-404 vacant for 1940 census?      
986-404 Thomas, P L CSD '41 name only listed 1941 1941
986-404 Studley, William L CSD '44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
986-404 Greenslet, Ferris 1875-1959 editor and biographer, Atlantic, Houghton Mifflin associate editor at The Atlantic, before moving to Houghton Mifflin http://www.americanantiquarian.org/proceedings/44525057.pdf 1953-54 1953-54
986-404 vacant CSD '61 1961 1961
    See Tillman Merritt 984-503 above. Notes I have from Mary Maguire say that when her family first moved to LV, they lived across the hall from the original apt of Harvard music scholar Tillman Merritt. College Music Society lists him at 986 address in 1962 document. He is listed in 986-401 from 1953 to 1968. - LM    
986-404 Wells, Wellington Jr (Wells, Wellington 985-101) CSD '63 name only listed 1963 1963
986-404 Jones, Victor D   1965  
986-404 Jones, Elizabeth S., Mrs.   1965 1990
986-404 Winner, Thomas G. Thomas Gustav Winner was an eminent American slavist and semiotician. At Brown University, he established the first American semiotics center. He was a well-known Chekhov specialist, and a proponent of Tartu-Moscow semiotics school.Born: May 3, 1917, Prague, Czech Republic Died: April 20, 2004 Wikipedia Books: The Czech Avant-Garde Literary Movement Between the World Wars, More 1990 2004
986-404 Winner, Irene Portiss   1990  
986-405 Durant, Mrs. Caroline V (986-305 '37-'46) CSD'27 widow William R: 30C 79, b.MA rent $150 1921-22 1946
986-405 Durant, Henry W 30C 44, manager textiles, b.MA 1930 1930
    could this be Henry Woods Durant, son of Caroline V. Durant & William Bullard Durant? But this Henry W. Grant was lawyer in Bostn, acc New England Historical and Genealogical Society, vol. 66, p lxxxii.    
986-405 Kelley, Katherine 30C 30, Durant maid, b.NY 1930 1930
986-405 Huges, Alice W CSD '37 name only listed 1937 1937
986-405 Rowland, Benjamin Jr 40C 35, university teacher, Harvard see Dict of Art Historians, b.PA '35 Cambridge, rent $100 1940 1941
986-405 Tanaka, Harry 40C 55, cook-butler to B Rowland, b.Japan '35 Cambridge 1940 1940
986-405 Whitney, William E CSD '44 name only listed 1944  
986-405 Gifford, Chandler Jr CSD '46 name only listed 1946  
986-405 Merritt, Arthur Tilman 1902-1998, Harvard professor of music 1953-54 1968
986-405 Eliot, Dr. Thomas H   1972  
986-405 Eliot, Lois Jameson   1972 2005
986-405 Little Wyman, Deborah   2005  
986-504 vacant   1931 1931
986-504 Brown, Mrs Martha T 40C 55, single, b.MA '35 LV UI 1935 1953-54
    Miss Martha Thacher Brown, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
986-504 Glennan, Bessie 40C 64, Brown maid, b.England '35 Camb salary $720 1940 1940
986-504 Robbins, Mrs Marian CSD '61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
986-504 Fair, Gordon M CSD '72 name only listed 1972  
986-504 Fair, Esther L. CSD '72 name only listed 1972 1973
986-504 Norr, Ruth Blisky   1979 2000
    Wellesley    
986-504 Rochlin, Helen   2000 2005
986-504 Aldrich, Peter   2005  
986-504 Aldrich, Widgie   2005  
986-505 Marvin, Mrs. Leora G S CSD'27 widow of Frank A: 30C 66, b. MA rent $160at 986 1923 1931
986-505 Harlof, Mabel 30C 19,Marvin maid 1930 1930
986-505 Thacher, John S 40C 35, single, manager institution, b.NY '35 NY, rent $110 salary $2600 UI 1937 1941
986-505 Kawasak, Kensaku 40C, butler to JS Thacher, b.Japan, '35 Cambridge, salary $450 1940 1940
986-505 Schule, Paul A CSD '44-'54 name only listed 1944 1953-54
986-505 Schule, Mrs Alice (Annie SD '68)W wife of Paul A 1961 1993
986-505 Hackett, Eleanor Mayher   1993 2010
986-505 Brooks, Rev Robert (Bob)   2010  
986-505 Brooks, Rhea   2010  
986-604 Howard, Mrs Lucretia 30C 74, widow of Clarence B, b.MA, rent $165 1930 1931
986-604 Howard, Lucia S 30C 50, daughter of Mrs Lucretia, single, b.NY 1930 1930
986-604 Cooney, Phyllis 30c 22, Howard cook b. Ireland USA 1922 1930 1930
986-604 Taylor, Thomas Jr CSD '37 name only listed 1937 1937
986-604 McFarland, Ross A (985-502 '41-'44, 985-503 '46) 40C 38, single, Harvard professor, b.CO '35 NYC, rent $115 UI 1940 1940
986-604 te Groen, Dirk M CSD '41 name only listed 1941 1941
986-604 Pittman, Helen S (983-601 '53-'54) CSD '44-'46 physician 1944 1946
986-604 McDonald, John D CSD '53-'54 1953-54 2003
986-604 McDonald, Vera Most references I've found have Vera M. MacDonald at this address 1953-54 2003
986-604 Herrnstein, Susan   2003 2012
986-604 Adams, Sallie   2012  
986-605 Cutler, Mrs. Edith C CSD widow Frederic F: 30C 59, b.MA, rent $170 1925 1931
986-605 Wilson, Adela 30C 28, Cutler maid, b. Canada USA 1920 1930 1930
986-605 Harrell, Joel E 30C 30, manager telephone, b.NY rent $155: 40C 48, single, VP NE T&T, b.NC '35 LV rent $150, UI 1937 1944
    Mr. & Mrs. Joe E. Harrell, 1931 Boston Blue Book; by 1937 Boston Blue Book listed only Mr. Joe E. Harrell.    
986-605 Fasick, Harold A CSD '46 name only listed 1946 1946
986-605 Hancock, Grenville L 40C Granville b. 1897 broker lived in Belmont 1953-54 1953-54
986-605 Hancock, Mrs Frances A   1961 1973
986-605 ????   ????  
986-605 Burch, Elizabeth (Betty)   1980 1997
986-605 Willis, Richard   1997  
986B Atkins, Herbert (985 CSD, 20C Atkinson) 20C 38, janitor b.MA 1919 1920
986B Atkins, Lucie 20C 36, wife of H Atkinson, b. England USA 1905 1919 1920
986B Atkins, Charles E 20C 10, son of H Atkinson b. MA 1919 1920
986B Atkins, Grace L 20C 8, daughter of H Atkinson b. MA 1919 1920
986B Atkins, Harvey W 20C 5, son of H Atkinson b. MA 1919 1920
986B Fraser, William (983B '23) CSD janitor 1926-27 1937
986B Fraser, Annie CSD wife of W Fraser 1926-27 1937
986B Bird, Leo 40C 38, janitor, b.CT '35 CT, rent $35 salary $1440 1940 1940
986B Bird, Rose 40C 32, wife of L Bird, b.CT '35 CT 1940 1940
986B Bird, Leo E 40C 13, son of L Bird, student, .'35 CT 1940 1940
986B Bird, Doris 40C 9, daughter of L Bird, student, .'35 CT 1940 1940
986B Bird, Ronald 40C 5, son of L Bird, student, .'35 CT 1940 1940
986B O'Hara, Joshua P, janitor   1944 1965
986B Gammon, Lawrence      
986B James, W Sloane      
986B vacant      
986B supers Robert DeNumcio and Daniel Murphy, mgrs RM Bradley Christine George and Burt Greenspan   1989  
986B John Tyler assistant superintendent, married to Liz Tyler, graduate student 1996 1998
986B Liz Tyler married to John Tyler 1996 1998
986B Fernando Giraldo superintendent, married to Stella Marin, moved back to Columbia 1998 2012
986B Stella Marin married to Fernando Giraldo, moved back to Columbia 1998 2012
986B Christina Giraldo-Marin daughter of Fernando Giraldo and Stella Marin, moved back to Columbia 1998 2012
986B Sebastian Giraldo-Marin son of Fernando Giraldo and Stella Marin, moved to Columbia 2000 2012
986B Estefan Giraldo-Marin son of Fernando Giraldo and Stella Marin, moved to Columbia 2003 2012
986B Albert D'Angeli superintendent 2012  
986B Even D'Angeli son of Albert D'Angeli 2012