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983 Clement, Robert CSD '18 lieut USR 1918 1918
983 Clement, Phillippa CSD '18 wife of Robert 1918 1918
983 Clement, Mrs. Vida T CSD '18 name only listed 1918 1918
983 Shufeldt, Annie G CSD '18 name only listed 1918 1919
983 Caskey, Paul de Witt 20C 40, treas paper co., moved to Arlington Street with wife m.1919 1918 1919
983   Mr. Paul D. Caskey listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. - LM    
983 Rogers, Mrs Robert C CSD '18, '19 name only listed 1918 1919
983   Mrs. Robert C. Rogers is listed at 983, no apt. #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book.    
983 Thorup, William M 20C 68, bank bookkeeper, b. MA 1918 1921-22
983 Thorup, Amelia 20C 63, wife of William Thorup, b. MA 1920 1920
983 Nangle, Marie 20C 30, Thorup chambermaid, b. Ireland, USA 1908 1920 1920
983 Aldrich, Miss Martha Miss Martha Aldrich, listed at 983 no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. - LM 1919 1919
983 Aldrich, Mrs. Albert C. Mrs. Albert C. Aldrich, listed at 983 no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. - LM 1919 1919
983 Butler, Miss Alice Wells Miss Alice Wells Butler, listed at 983 no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. - LM Is this Alice W Buttles in 984? 1919 1919
983 Lindsay, Edwin P 20C 50, paper manufacturer, house Beacon Hill 1910, b. MA Mr. Edwin P. Lindsay listed at 983, no apt. #, 1919 Boston Blue Book. 1918 1923
983 Lindsay, Agnes M 20C 48, wife of Edwin Lindsay, b. MA 1918 1923
983 Toolan, Annie 20C 42, Lindsay cook, b. Ireland, USA 1898 1918 1923
983 Kelly, Sarah 20C 25, Lindsay chambermaid, b. Ireland, USA 1898 1918 1923
983 Kelly, Mary L (20C Boston age 34) 1919 1919
983 Kelly, Annie G (20C Boston age 28) 1919 1919
983 Griscom, Walter S CSD '19 name only listed 1919 1919
983 Thurston, Harold M CSD '19 name only listed 1919 1919
983 Sawin, Mabel S CSD '19 name only listed 1919 1919
983 Sedgwick, Henry D (984 '21-'25) 20C 58, magazine writer, widower, b.MA 1919 1920
983 Sedgwick, Frances M 20C 15, son of Henry Sedgwick, b.NY 1920 1920
983 Sedgwick, Robert M 20C 10, son of Henry Sedgwick, b.NY 1920 1920
983 Barry, Mary 20C 44, Sedgwick chambermaid, b. Ireland, USA 1894 1920 1920
983 Crocker, Mrs. Adam 20C 53, widow, b. PA 1919 1920
983   Mrs. Adams (with an s) Crocker, listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book, which notes that she also has property in Milton.    
983 Crocker, Miss Priscilla Miss Priscilla Crocker, any relation to Mrs. Adams Crocker, listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. 1919 1919
983 Macomber, George A 20C 62, wholesale clothing to department stores, b.MA 1919 1925
    George Arthur Macomber b. 1857, d. 1924 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi/page/gr/http//fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=145351931    
983 Macomber, Mrs. Hattie 20C 60, wife of George Macomber, '27 widow b. MA 1919 1926-27
    Hattie Osgood Macomber, b. 1857, d. 1927.    
983 Macomber, George A Jr CSD '19 student: 20C 22, son of George Macomber, b. MA 1919 1920
    George Arthur Macomber Jr. b. 2-1-1897 Somerville MA; Phillips Exeter; Harvard 1919; d. 11-1-1963. Mentioned at 983 (no apt #) in Cambridge Chronicle, 6-22-1918, in "Division 4" . In the 1930s, he was working for Cambridge Trust. He became vice president, then president of Cambridge Trust. In 1968, he read a paper at the Cambridge Historical Society titled "Rambling Notes on the Cambridge Trust Company: or Tales of a Roadside Bank." http://www.cambridgehistory.org/content/rambling-notes-cambridge-trust-company-or-tales-wayside-bank; http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi/page/gr/http//fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=145351931    
983 Kelley, Mary E 20C 28, Macomber chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1911 1920 1920
983 Gorham, Alvine J (986-304 '25-'31) CSD '19 widow Robert S, 10C lawyer, lived 125 Prince St W Newton, 20C 53, b.MA: 30C rent $170 1919 1921-22
983   Mrs. Robert Steson Gorham listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. - LM    
983 Loeb, Mr. Herbert Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Loeb listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. 1919 1919
983 Loeb, Mrs. Herbert Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Loeb listed at 983, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. 1919 1919
983 Duggan, Mary (20C Durgin) 20C 47, Gorham chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1893 30C lodger 1920 1920
983-201 Ernst, Roger (see Ernst family below in 983-201)   1919 1931
983-601 Benting, Reginald A (see with wife below in 983-601)   1919 1931
983 Walker, James M 20C 28, commercial wool salesman, b. IL 1919 1920
983 Walker, Lucie M 20C 23, wife of James Walker, b. IL 1920 1920
983 Sullivan, Margaret 20C 23, Walker chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1912 1920 1920
983 Harrington, Mrs. Fannie B CSD '20 name only listed 1920 1920
983 Harrington, Abbie J 20C 61, widow, b. MA 1920 1920
983 Campbell, Elizabeth 20C 54, AJ Harrington chambermaid, b. Newfoundland USA 1894 1920 1920
983 Tenney, Rockwell C (984 '21-'22) 20C 25, assis treas public utility, b. CT 1920 1920
983 Tenney, Mildred 20C 23, wife of R Tenney b. Miss. 1920 1920
983 Tenney, Charles H 20C 17 mos., son of R Tenney, b. MA 1920 1920
983 Goodall, Adelaide 20C 47,Tenney nurse, b. England USA 1913 1920 1920
983 Sadler, Frances 20C 34, Tenney cook, b. St. Kitts BWI USA 1910 1920 1920
983 Colby, Alfred E CSD '21-'25 name only listed 1921-22 1926
983 Colby, Mrs. Alfred E Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E. Colby, Radnor Hall, Clark's Boston Blue Book of 1926    
983-101 Harrington, Mrs. Josephine R (see details below in 983-101)   1921-22 1931
983 Benedict, Mrs. Anna L CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
983 Chambers Ambrose E CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
983 Rogers, Beatrice F CSD '23 name only listed Could she be Mrs. Robert C. Rogers, above, mentioned in 1919 Boston Blue Book? 1923 1923
983 Brooks, Sumner A CSD '23- '25 name only listed In 1920, a Cambridge newspaper (Tribune?) reported, “Sumner A. Brooks has leased apartments at the Radnor.” (Note plural) - Meg Murphy Plural was correct for one apart at that time - LS 1923 1925
983 Kane, Harold L CSD'23-'28 name only listed, 30C in Mount Vernon NY, electrical engineer 1923 1928
983 Kane, Mrs Alice H CSD '23-'28 name only listed, 30C in Mount Vernon NY, wife of HL Kane 1930 1930
983-301 Massey, G Edward (see Massey family below in 983-301   1923 1930
983 Brown, Jonathan 3rd CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
    "Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Brown, Third, have returned from their wedding journey and are established at their new home, 983 Memorial Drive. They were married in June previous to which Mrs. Brown was Miss Katharine Greeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Frost Greeley, of Beacon street, Boston." Cambridge Tribune, 10-20-1923, p4.    
    Katharine Greeley Brown, m. 1923.    
983 Hale, Robert D CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
983 Shreve, Henry M CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
983 Rogers, Sherman S CSD'27 Harvard student 1925 1926-27
983 Pitchford, Noah CSD'27 janitor (30C in PA, railroad engineer) 1925 1930
983 Pitchford, Edith CSD'27 wife of N Pitchford 1926-27 1926-27
983 Brown, Philip K CSD'27 Harvard student 1926-27 1926-27
983 Sturges, Hayes CSD'27 Harvard student 1926-27 1926-27
983 Skillman, Foster F CSD'27 salesman 1926-27 1926-27
983 Harrington, Herbert E CSD'27 salesman 1926-27 1926-27
983 Harrington, Ruth W CAD'27 wife of HE Harrington 1926-27 1926-27
983 Fuller, T J Duncan Jr CSD '27 name only listed, 30C 36, sales investments, 5 Coolidge Rd 1926-27 1928
983 Fuller, Mrs Evelyn S 30C wife of T Fuller, mother of Clare age 1 1930 1930
983-502 Fiske, Henry A (see details below in 983-502) CSD'27 insurance, 30C 59, manager, contractor, b.MA rent $150 1926-27 1931
983 Abbott, Joseph I CSD'28 name only listed 1928 1928
983 Fisk, Bradley CSD'28 name only listed 1928 1928
983 Ball, Francis L CSD'28-'30 name only listed 1928 1930
983-401 Fay, Norman C (see details below in 983-401) CSD'28-'31 name only listed 1928 1931
983-401 Fay, Mrs. Norman C. Mrs. N. C. Fay listed at this address in 1931; listed elsewhere as living at 987 Memorial Drive, possibly at a different time. - LM    
983 Johnston, Rufus S CSD'30 name only listed 1930 1930
983-501 Phenix, Paul B (30C Paul S) (see details below 983-501)   1930 1931
983 Seymour, Evelyn O (984 '26-'27 to '30) CSD'27 wd Augustus T: 30C 51, b.OH, rent $125 1930 1930
983 Seymour, Augustus T 30C 23, son of E O Seymour, student, b.OH 1930 1930
983 Sedgwick, W (William) Ellery (984-304 '31) 30C 30, newly married, teacher, university, b. MA, rent $145 1930 1930
983 Sedgwick, Sarah C 30C 25, newly married, b. MA 1930 1930
983-202 Hagar, Mrs Elsie M (30C 985) see details in 983-202) 30C 46, widow, b.MA rent $150 1930 1931
983 Van Vleck, John Hasbrouck [Note: Row 132 seems to have disappeared.] American physicist and mathematician, co-awarded 1977 Nobel Prize in Physics for contributions to understanding of behavior of electrons in magnetic solids. He established fundamentals of quantum mechanical theory of magnetism and crystal field theory (chemical bonding in metal complexes); regarded as the Father of Modern Magnetism. b 3-13-1899; Ph.D. physics Harvard 1922, taught at University of Minnesota and Univ of Wisconsin-Madison "before settling at Harvard." Year not specified. He and Mrs. Van Vleck are listed at 983 in the Boston Blue Books of 1935, 1936. At some point they moved to a house on Fayerweather Street. After Van Vleck retired in 1975, he and his wife moved to 989 Memorial Drive, where she continued to live after his death on 10-27-1980. http://www.nasonline.org/publications/biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/van-vleck-j-h.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hasbrouck_Van_Vleck; http://www.nasonline.org/publications/biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/van-vleck-j-h.pdf 1935 1935
983 Van Vleck, Abigail Pearson (Mrs. John Hasbrouck Van Vleck) from Minnesota, m. 6-10-1927, with huband collected Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints, acc to National Academy of Science profile of her husband 1935 1935
983   Mrs. Walter S. Gierasch, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
         
RESIDENTS BY BUILDING IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION (OFTEN NO APARTMENT NUMBER AVAILABLE BEFORE 1931) - RADNOR HALL 983        
983-101 Harrington, Mrs. Josephine R 30C 71, widow Francis B, b.MA rent $150 very active in Boston civic affairs; 1918 Women's Municipal League of Boston gives this Cambridge address. 1918 1931
983-101 Richardson, Mary 30C 25, JR Harrington maid, b.MA 1930 1930
983-101 Ringland, Frank G CSD'35 1937 1937
983-101 Pearmain, Mrs Barbara P 40C 48, divorced b.MA '35 Westchester NY, rent $135 UI 1940 1941
983-101 Pearmain, William R 40C 22, son of BP Pearmain, student, b.MA '35 Westchester NY 1940 1941
983-101 Pearmain, Ann 40C 19, daughter BP Pearmain, student, b.MA '35 Westchester NY 1940 1941
983-101 Pearmain, Peter P 40C 16, son of BP Pearmain, student, b.MA '35 Westchester NY 1940 1941
983-101 Wheeler, Thorne (984-104 '40-'41) 40C 51, chemical engineer, consulting chemist, b.NY '35 Cambridge, rent $110, UI 1944 1946
983-101 Wheeler, Edna A 40C 50, wife of TL Wheeler, b.NY '35 Cambridge, UI 1940 1940
983-101 Wheeler, Jean L 40C 24, daughter of TL Wheeler, teacher private school, b.NY 1940 1940
983-101 Wheeler, Dorothy 40C 20, daughter of TL Wheeler, student, b.NY 1940 1940
983-101 Bell, Stoughton b. 1874 d. 1967, lawyer in private practice, at 121 Brattle St in 1940, affiliated Cambridge Trust 1953-54 1968
    Detailed profile in Harvard Class of 1896 Secretary's Fifth report. Clarifies some questions below. Active in Cambridge Historical Society, quoted in Ralph May's paper about the history of the Cambridge Boat Club. He was in his late 70s when he moved to LV, looks like he stayed until his death. According to ancestry.com, he was born in 1875. m. Mabel Anzonella Lewis, June 8, 1908. Other sources spell it Anzonetta or Arabella. (She was b 1877, did she live at LV?). Mr. Bell and Mrs. Mabel Bell are on Cambridge Historical Society membership list for 1949-1952. Stoughton died January 1967 according to Social Security Records. One source says she died in 1973.    
983-101 vacant   1972 1972
983-101 Samaras, Alexandra   1973 1973
983-101 Guichard, June B.   1979 1979
983-101 Anthony, Elizabeth C. (Betty) harpist, Sanskrit scholar, global adventurer; b. 1910 Streator IL; m. Manhattan Project physicist Francis Lee Friedman who died in 1962; d. 5-17-2004 (wonderful Globe obit .pdf) 1979 2004
983-101 Dennis, Christie P. Christie Poindexter Dennis, my notes say she and Rodney bought their unit 4-1-2005 (could be typo); active in Massachusetts Peace Action Education Fund; ran METCO program at Wellesley High School in 1960s. 2005  
983-101 Dennis, Rodney G. Rodney Gove Dennis, rare books librarian, Houghton Library, Harvard University; president, Associates of the Signet Society; d. 10-12-2006 Cambridge MA (obit + 2 possible .pdf files) 2005 2006
983-102 Day, Mrs Emily L CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
983-102 vacant CSD'37 1937 1937
983-102 Hedblom, Mrs. Eleanor 40C 54, widow of Karl A., b. Colorado, '35 Chicago, rent $105 UI 1940 1946
983-102 Hedblom, Karl/Carl A 40C 26, son of EP Hedblom, student, b. China 1940 1940
983-102 Hedblom, George G 40C 24, son of EP Hedblom, student, b. China 1940 1940
983-102 Hedblom, Richard P 40C 21, son of EP Hedblom, student, b.MN 1940 1940
983-102 Hedblom, Eleanor J 40C 18, daughter of EP Hedblom, student, b.MN 1940 1940
983-102 vacant CSD '53-'54 1953-54 1953-54
983-102 Beever, Grenville H (985-202 '73-'88)   1961 1972
983-102 Beever, Mrs. Harriet      
983-102 vacant CSD'72 1972 1972
983-102 Graham, Ruth   1973 1973
983-102 Wright, Mr. Conrad C. Conrad Wright, professor of American Church History, Harvard Divinity School, leading scholar on history of American Unitarianism; b. 02-09-1917; on LV shareholders list 01-19-1994; moved to retirement community home in ___; d. 02-17-2011. - LM 1979 1991
983-102 Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth Hilgendorff Wright, donated 153 volumes to culinary collection of Schlesinger Library, Harvard ; d. 2005. - LM 1979 2007
983-102 Silvestrini, Blanca   2007  
    Blanca G. Silvestrini, b. San Juan, Puerto Rico; BA University of Puerto Rico; Ph.D. in Latin American History, SUNY-Albany; postgraduate work in the Department of History of Science at Harvard, where her mentor was Barbara Rosenkrantz, later LV neighbor; law degree and J.S.M. from Stanford University. Professor Silvestrini was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences in 1987 and Visiting Professor of Law at Stanford until 1990. She was on the History faculty at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras for over two decades, and during her last three years there, she also worked as the Vice-President for Academic Affairs of the university system. Most of her publications focus on Caribbean social history, the labor movement, women and work, and the study of social changes in the transition to a “modern” society. Her current research deals with issues of modernization and health in the late 19th century, and the emergence of diverse conceptions of citizenship among Latinos in the United States; prof. in Dept. of History and Law, UConn Storrs; commuted from LV. After retiring from UConn in 2015 (ck), consulting attorney, Immigration and Puerto Rican law, Law Offices of Zorrilla & Silvestrini PA. - LM    
983-102 Hopkins, William   2007  
    worked in food service industry, owned (?) a restaurant, where? - LM    
983-201 Ernst, Roger 20C 38, single, lawyer bond office Boston, b. MA: 30C rent $190 1919 1931
    Roger Ernst at 983 (no apt #) 1926 Boston Blue Book. - LM    
983-201 Ernst, Ruth 30C 31, wife of Roger Ernst b.MA 1930 1930
983-201 Ernst, Mrs George A O, Jeannie 20C 68, widow, mother of Roger Ernst, b. MA Jennie Clarke Bynner met George Alexander Otis Ernst performing amateur theatricals at the Footlight Club in Jamaica Plain, which they helped found in 1877. They married in 1879. Mr. Ernst, b. 11-8-1850, Cincinnati, graduate of Harvard College 1871 and Harvard Law. Lawyer, served in the Mass. Legislature and Boston School Committee. He was a political reform candidate involved in educational issues and known as "a thorn in the paw of Mayor John 'Honey' Fitzgerald." [http://www.jphs.org/victorian/the-footlight-club-at-125-years.html] He died suddenly at the age of 62 in 1912. Their son Roger lived in Cambridge Their daughter Sarah Otis Ernst married Edwin Hale Abbot Jr. of Cambridge. Note: Boston Blue Book for 1919 has Mrs. George A. O. Ernst at 983. BBBs for 1935, 1936, have Mrs. George A. O. Ernst at 984, no apt. # listed. - LM 1919 1930
983-201 Bynner, Caroline N 20C, 70, spinster aunt of Roger Ernst, b. MA, also sister of Mrs. George A. O. Ernst 1920 1920
983-201 Gillis, Florence 20C 50, Roger Ernst chambermaid, b. MA 1920 1920
983-201 Kidston, Edith B 30C 32, Roger Ernst housekeeper, b. Canada USA 1921 1930 1930
983-201 Cooper, Dwight P CSD'37 1937 1937
983-201 Wells, Virginia (984-404 '37) 40C 27, single, b.MA '35 Camb, rent $135 UI 1940 1941
983-201 Thorn, Dr. George H This may be Dr. George Widmer Thorn (with H. a typo for W.) Dr. George W. Thorn did live at LV. He was a physician who "helped transform treatment of kidney diseases and other disorders, notably Addison's Disease." In about 1942, he was recruited from Johns Hopkins in Baltimore to be Chief of Medicine at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston. He also taught at Harvard Medical School; b. 1-15-1906 Buffalo NY. He married Doris Weston Huggins in 1931; they had one son, Weston; she died in 1984. He then married Claire Hyman Steinert, b. 2-12-1907 New Orleans, d. Cambridge MA 1990. Dr. Thorn d. 6-26-2004 Beverly MA. http://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736(04)16794-9.pdf (interesting details) http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/18/nyregion/george-thorn-98-pioneer-in-addison-s-disease-dies.html?_r=0 http://www.fa.hms.harvard.edu/about-our-faculty/memorial-minutes/t/george-widmer-thorn/ http://www.smbs.buffalo.edu/bp/2004_FALL/10978_26_33.pdf 1944 1988
983-201 Thorn, Doris Mrs. Doris Weston Huggins married Dr. Thorn in 1931; worked with her husband on his research. Harvard Med School article above describes her as "ebullient, socially vivacious," someone who knew the names of all her husbands' students as well as the names of their wives. The couple had one son, Weston W. Thorn. [Since son went to Columbia U. in mid-60s, guess he did not live at LV.] Doris Thorn d. 1984. 1973 1988
    After his first wife's death in 1984, he married the former Claire Hyman Steinert, no date. Did she live at 983 too?    
983-201 Keppel, Francis      
983-201 Keppel, Edith S. (Deedie) fEdith Sawin (Deedie) Keppel, b abt 1920; widow of Francis (Frank) Keppel who died in ____; 2002, she moved to Brookhave with Shippen Goodhue, from old Phlladelphia family; he became her companion after Frank's deathl; d 03-03-2011. Note: Deedie lived previously in another LV apt, possibly 984-603; she is on shareholders list for 1-19-1994 1988 2002
983-201 Foote, Edward Thaddeus II Edward Thaddeus (Tad) Foote II, Yale 19__; president of University of Florida, 1981-2001; after retirement, ived part time at LV; d. 2016 (see LM computer file) 2002  
983-201 Foote, Roberta (Bosey) Roberta Waugh (Bosey) Fulbright Foote, younger daughter of US Sen. J. William Fulbright of Arkansas; b 12-27-1937, d 5-5-2015; obits: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/obituaries/article20401392.html http://news.miami.edu/stories/2015/05/um-former-first-lady-bosey-foote-passes-away.html 2002  
983-201 Verba, Sidney   2015  
983-201 Verba, Cynthia   2015  
983-202 Hagar, Mrs Elsie M 30C 46, widow, b.MA rent $150 1930 1931
983-202 Hagar, Hamilton 30C 23, son of EM Hagar, student, b.MA 1930 1930
983-202 Reynolds, Robert D 40C 67, b.MA '35 Camb rent $105 UI 1937 1944
983-202 Reynolds, Louise R 40C 60, wife of RD Reynolds, b.MA '35 Camb 1940 1940
    Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Reynolds at this address, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
983-202 Reynolds, Issabelle M 40C 30, daughter of RD Reynolds, single, teacher private school, b.MA '35 Cambridge 1940 1940
    Miss Isabelle R. Reynolds, 1937 Boston Blue Book. Note spelling.    
983-202 Reynolds, Madeline 40C 65, sister of RD Reynolds, single, b.MA '35 Camb UI 1940 1940
    Miss Madeline Reynolds, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
983-202 Wulson, James   1946 1946
    Wulson typo for Wulsin?    
983-202 Wulsin, Frederick R Born 1891. Wulsin was an anthropologist who collected zoological specimens in East Africa and Madagascar, 1914-1915; and in China, Mongolia, Kokonor, and Indo-China, 1921-1924. He made archaeological journeys to the Belgian Congo and French Equatorial Africa, 1927-1928; and to Persia, Wife Janet helped with photography.1930-1931. Wulsin also served as first lieutenant in the U.S. Army during World War I and taught anthropology at Boston University, 1935-1936, and Tufts, 1945-1957. He died in 1961 Papers at Harvard. 1953-54 1953-54
    Frederick Roelker Wulsin: 1891-1961; anthropologist, archaeologist, expeditions to Africa, China, Iran in 1930; associated with Harvard, Peabody Essex Museum. NOTE: Entry above says Dr. Wulsin's wife Janet helped him with photography, 1930-1931. But entry below has him marrying Susanne in 1930. -LM    
  Wulsin, Susanne Carey Emery Susanne Carey Allinson Emery Wulsin: 1887-1958; Bryn Mawr, 1910; studied at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 1910-1911; she is listed in American School of Classical Studies directory with 983 Memorial Drive address. Her first husband was Henry Crosby Emery; after he died, she married Dr. Wulsin in 1930. - LM ?  
983-202 Morin, Elizabeth E. Mrs. b. 1894 Ireland, lived in Shirley MA, husband George J proprietor of retail market, mother of Jean Morin 1959 1979
    Elizabeth McGrail Morin b. 8-18-1893, d. 12-1-1979    
983-202 Morin, Miss Jean E 1927-2012 graduate of Trinity College Washington DC 1948. For 11 years secretary to president of the Amoskeag Company, a Boston holding company investing in New England railroads. Jean recalled an exciting time with many proxiy fights and trips on the company's private train. Jean then worked 13 years Zacharias said he needed Jean because she could talk to MITs's president. Indeed, Jean eventually became administrative assistant to for Jerrold R. Zacharias, MIT physics professor as he directed the Physical Sciences Study Committee curriculum development project response to Sputnik. Jean then became adminitrative assistant to Paul Gray, Chancellor and then president of MIT. She retired in 1984. At Longview she was known for her graciousness, tiny purses, and delicious cheese puffs. 1979 2013
    Jean Elizabeth Morin, b. 2-4-1927, d. 11-12-2012. Didn't Jean and her mother both move into 983-202 in 1959?    
983-202 Blum-Smith, Sarah Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2013- 2013  
         
983-202 Hannon, Drew   2013  
    Ph.D., American Studies, Yale, 2006. Given name is Andrew. Goes by Drew. Does he have family connection to previous LV resident?    
983-301 Massey, G Edward George Edward Massey, Harvard 1915, theatre concentrator, listed at this address in his 1915 Harvard class book, also in his 1935 Harvard reunion book. When did he die? 1923 1930
983-301 Massey, Mrs Edith O 30C 81, widow of GE Massey,b. Canada USA 1878, rent $195 1930 1937
    Only Mrs. Massey, with no given name, is listed at this address in Boston Blue Books of 1934-1937    
983-301 Massey, M Madeline CSD'27 author 1926-27 1926-27
983-301 Cranton, Georgine 30C 56, servant, b.Canada USA 1895 1930 1930
983-301 Hathaway, Alva B 40C 59, bank president (Cambridge Trust), b.MA '35 LV, rent $150 1935 1961
    note spelling: Alvan Bourne Hathaway; b. New Bedford MA; Harvard 1902; 1920, first vice president, Cambridge Trust; 1923 president, served through 1950 (ck). Mr. & Mrs. Hathaway were living in Brookline and moved to 983 only after pressure from Board that president of Cambridge Trust should live in Cambridge. At 983 in 1935, 1936, 1937 Boston Blue Book. Another LV resident, George A. Macomber Jr., also was president of Cambridge Trust. In 1968 at the Cambridge Historical Society, Macomber told anecdotes of Mr. Hathaway's long tenure in a paper titled "Rambling Notes on the Cambridge Trust Company: or Tales of a Roadside Bank." http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com/cgi-bin/cambridge?a=d&d=Tribune19200131-01.2.6 http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com/cgi-bin/cambridge?a=d&d=Tribune19200131-01.2.6 http://www.cambridgehistory.org/content/rambling-notes-cambridge-trust-company-or-tales-wayside-bank    
983-301 Hathaway, M Louise 40C 59, wife of AB Hathaway, b.MA '35 LV 1935 1940
    Mrs. Alvan B. Hathaway, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
983-301 Williams, Ellen M 40C 60, Hathaway maid, b.MA '35 LV salary $520 1935 1940
983-301 vacant CSD '63 1963 1963
983-301 Norton, Dr. John T. 2-91 listed as estate of 1965 1981
983-301 Norton, Mrs. Rose D.   1965 1991
983-301 Fordyce, Cameron   1991 1995
983-301 Fordyce, Jean Mrs.   1992 1995
983-301 Dreier, Susan   1995  
983-302 vacant CSD '31 1931 1931
983-302 Whitehead, T North T. North Whitehead listed at 983 in 1934 Boston Blue Book. CSD'37 Is this Thomas North, son of Albert North and Evelyn W 984-604? 1934 1937
    He is son of Prof. & Mrs. Albert North Whitehead. He is also listed as Prof. in 1937 Boston Blue Book.    
983-302 Whitehead, Mrs. T North Mrs. T. North Whitehead listed at 983 in 1934 Boston Blue Book. 1934 1934
983-302 Sullivan, Donald 40C 29, newspaper reporter, b.MA '35 Boston salary $3120 rent $115 1940 1940
983-302 Sullivan, Annette 40C 29, wife of D Sullivan, b.NY '35 NY 1940 1940
983-302 Sullivan, Gail 40C 2, daughter of D Sullivan, b.MA 1940 1940
983-302 Sullivan Marcina 40C 1, daughter of D Sullivan, b.MA 1940 1940
983-302 Nash, Betty 40C 30, Sullivan maid, b.Ireland '35 Ireland 1940 1940
983-302 Wadsworth, Herbert A CSD'41 name only listed 1941 1941
983-302 Kenyon, Robert E CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
983-302 Coleman, Jere CSD'44-'65 name only listed 1944 1965
983-302 Masquelier, Joseph CSD'68 name only listed 1970 directory of American Assn. of Teachers of French gives his address as 983 Mem Dr. - LM 1968 1970
983-302 Rosenkrantz, Mr. Paul clinical psychologist, practiced in Boston, served as co-master of Currier House, 1974-1979; d. 1986. 1972 1985
983-302 Rosenkrantz, Barbara, Mrs. Barbara Gutmann Rosenkrantz, professor of the history of science at Harvard and first woman to be appointed master of a Harvard House. She was master of Currier House from 1974-1979, with her husband Paul Rosenkrantz, a clinical psychologist, serving as co-master. (The Longview Board made an exception to their limited sublet policy, so that the Rosenkrantzes and their daughters Judith and Deborah could hold on to their Longview apartment.) Paul Rosenkrantz died in 1986. In 1988, Barbara Rosenkrantz married J. Nathaniel Marshall, an electrical engineer, in the living room of 984-603, the apartment they shared for the next 20 years. 1973 1988
983-302 Rosenkrantz, Deborah Daughter of Paul & Barbara Rosenkrantz. Only teenager during her years at LV. Licensed social worker (LICSW) practicing in Cambridge. Her bedroom was "maid's room" off kitchen. Remembered windows of the monastery's guest house did not have shades. Also remembered her friends amused by how slanted the apt floors were.    
983-302 Marshall, J. Nathaniel According to Debby Rosenkrantz, when her mother Barbara Rosenkrantz married Nat Marshall, they were already living in 984-603. The wedding was in that living room. What reference mentions Nat in 983-302 in 1987, 1988? - LM 1987 1988
983-302 Campbell, Margaret White   1988 1993
983-302 Russell, James In 2016, Russell put apt on market and moved to California (?). 1993 2016
983-401 Fay, Norman C CSD'28-'31 name only listed Was he, or was he related to, N.C. Fay who had large home with large garden in Woods Hole on Cape Cod? Gardens of the Cape Cod N. C. Fay were often featured in horticultural publications. - LM 1928 1931
983-401 Jones, Howard M 40C 47, Harvard professor, b.MI '35 Ann Arbor MI, rent $155 UI 1937 1940
983-401 Jones, Bessie 40C 41, wife of HM Jones, b.GA '35 Ann Arbor MI, UI 1940 1940
983-401 Jones, Eleanor M 40C 20, daughter of HM Jones, student, b.MT '35 Ann Arbor MI 1940 1940
983-401 vacant CSD'41 1941 1941
983-401 Hansen, George CSD'44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
983-401 Frazier, Chester N, physician CSD'53-'54 1953-54 1953-54
983-401 Hale, Rufus F. Rufus Frost Hale of Cambridge m. Tacie Belle Houston of Ossining NY, 10-20-1923, according to social note in Cambridge Tribune. - LM http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com/cgi-bin/cambridge?a=d&d=Tribune19231020-01.2.51 1961 1973
983-401 Hale, Mrs. Rufus F., nee Tacie Belle Houston Tacie Belle Houston of Ossining, NY, m. Rufus Hale 10-20-1923. Her name, with 983 Mem Drive, appears in 1979 New Hampshire state document about houses in Dublin Lake summer house community. http://npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/83004018.pdf 1961 1982
983-401 Ludwig, Julie Mrs.     1993
983-401 Fox, Maurice S. Maurice (Maury) Sanford Fox, American geneticist and molecular biologist; professor Emeritus of Biology at MIT; b. 10-11-1924, NYC. 1993 ??
983-401 Fox, Sally, Mrs. Salomea (Sally) Cherniavsky Fox, b. 12-30-1929, Los Angeles; d. 2-25-2006, Cambridge MA. An independent picture researcher, Sally Fox amassed an extensive collection of images of women. She published portions of her collection as The Medieval Woman: An Illuminated Book of Days (1985), The Victorian Woman: A Book of Days (1987), and The Sporting Woman: A Book of Days (1989). The Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe celebrated Sally's life and work in a 2006-2007 exhibition, "The New Woman: Images from the Sally Fox Collection." https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/schlesinger-library/exhibit/new-woman-images-sally-fox-collection 1994  
983-401 Lowe, Philip   ??  
983-402 Dickinson, Mrs Carrie M (984 '20-'23) CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
983-402 Taylor, Sanford K 40C 47, manager paper co, b.IL '35 Baltimore, rent $115 UI 1937 1946
983-402 Taylor, Ada 40C 47, wife of SK Taylor, b.IL '35 Baltimore, UI 1940 1940
983-402 Duncan, Effie 40C 50, Taylor maid, b.Canada '35 Melrose MA, salary $624 1940 1940
983-402 Gifford, George Hussey Harvard 1913, Rhodes Scholar, Ph.D 1921, Professor of French Tufts University, member Dante Society 1953-54 1968
983-402 Skinner?, William   1972 1972
983-402 Bender, Eloise, Mrs. William   1973 1999
983-402 Fordyce? See 983-301   1999  
983-402 McCormack, Noah   2004  
983-501 Phenix, Paul B (30C S) 30C 36, clerk railroad, b.ME, rent $195 1930 1931
983-501 Phenix, Catherine S 30C 31, wife of P Phenix, b.IL 1930 1930
983-501 Perry, Kathryn 30C 22, Perry maid, b. SC 1930 1930
983-501 Massey, Mrs Edith O (in 983-301 in '31) CSD'37 1937 1937
983-501 Scott, Charles L (40C says 983 no apt #) 40C 56, officer US Army, b. AL '35 DC 1940 1940
983-501 Patterson, Helen 40C 56, wife of CL Scott, b.MN '35 DC 1940 1940
983-501 Patterson, Helen M 40C 79, lodger? more likely mother-in-law of CL Scott, b.MN '35 DC 1940 1940
983-501 Penniman, John S CSD'41 1941 1941
983-501 Purves, John C. John Coleman Purves, developer and marketer of electronic devices. Was he also professor of aeronautics at MIT? Purchased Radnor and Hampstead Halls in 1953, then sold former rental units to new owners, and served as first president of the Longview Corp. cooperative. 1953  
    did Mr. Purves's mother live with them? His mother figures in Mary Maguire's account of how LV went from rental to co-op.    
983-501 Purves, Mary Temple Bradley wife of John Purves 1953 1995
    Cambridge Chronicle wedding announcement, 1922? http://cambridge.dlconsulting.com/cgi-bin/cambridge?a=d&d=Chronicle19220610-01.2.86&e=-------en-20--1--txt-txIN------#    
    The Purves's daughter Eustacia m. Richard Grandin, and their daughter is Temple Grandin, b. 1947, who is autistic and became famous for her ability to communicate with animals, especially cattle. For much fascinating background, see Temple Grandin: Voice for the Voiceless, by Annette Wood, 2016, www.skyhorsepublishing.com. The photograph of Temple Martin on the cover reminds me of the fierce look of her grandmother, Mary Purves.- LM    
983-501 Reid, Robert   1995 2001
983-501 Reid, Elizabeth   1995 2001
983-501 Yntema, Esther   2002 2007
    Esther Shiverick Yntema, known as Peggy, b. 1927, d. 2007. A member of the LV Garden Committee, she left a $50K bequest to the LV garden. In Peggy's honor, her daughters, Mary & Elizabeth, donated a teak bench to the garden.    
983-501 Healy, James   2007  
983-501 Wang, Hsueh-ming   2007  
983-502 Fiske, Henry A CSD'27 insurance, 30C 59, manager, contractor, b.MA rent $150 1926-27 1931
983-502 Fiske, Frances 30C 60, wife of HA Fiske, b.MA 1926-27 1931
983-502 Sounders, Jane L 30C 59, Fiske housekeeper, b. England USA 1915 1926-27 1931
983-502 vacant CSD'37 1937 1937
983-502 vacant CSD'41 1941 1941
983-502 Hoagland, Hudson CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
983-502 Peabody, Mrs. Jeanette B (984-103 '44) CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
983-502 Brown, J Frank CSD'53-'54 through '72 name only listed 1953-54 1972
983-502 Hill, Miss Roberta G. (984-104 in early 1990s) 1973  
    Miss Hill worked for the Society of Fellows at Harvard.    
983-502 Nuissal, Anna   ? ?
983-502 Ponzi, Tulio E. (son of Nuissal)   1989 2008
    Anna Nuissl (correct spelling) was the mother of Tulio Ponzi, according to Prof. Dagmar Ringe, his ex-wife. At the end of her life, Anna Nuissl lived in Switzerland. She bought the apartment but did not spend much time there.    
983-502 Ringe Dagmar (ex wife of Tulio Ponzi)   2008 2010
983-502 Ponzi, Eduard Carl (son of Tulio and Dagmar)   2010  
983-601 Benting, Reginald A 20C 33, agent fire insurance Boston, b. England USA 1891 Mr. & Mrs. Reginald A. Benting, Clark's Boston Blue Book of 1926 30C Coral Gables FL 1919 1931
983-601 Benting, Eva 20C 29, wife of R Benting, b. MA 1919 1931
983-601 Baker, Walter C CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Col. Walter C. Baker US Army, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
    Mrs. Walter C. Baker, also in 1937 Boston Blue Book    
983-601 Jones, Mabel A (983-602 '31-'37) 40C 74, single, b.MA, '35 LV, rent $170, UI 1940 1953-54
    Miss Mabel A. Jones, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
983-601 Hynes, Nellie A 40C 39, maid to MA Jones, single, b.Ireland '35 LV, salary $728 1935 1940
983-601 Pittman, Helen S physician (986-604 '44,'46) CSD '53-'54 physician 1953-54 1953-54
983-601 Brown, Madeleline R, physician CSD '53-'54 through '68 physician 1953-54 1968
983-601 Batchelder, Laurence (983-602 '61-'68) American Institute of Physics scitation.aip.org/content/asa/journal/jasa/70/4/10.../1.386971?... 1972 1997
983-601 Batchelder, Mrs. Nancy Thayer   1972 1997
983-601 Fisher, Roger   1997 2007
983-601 Fisher, Caroline (wife of Roger)   1997 2007
983-601 Strominger, Andrew   2007  
983-602 Jones, Mabel A CSD'31-'37 name only listed 1931 1937
983-602 Adams, Martha 40C 45, widow b. Germany, '35 Cambridge, rent $125, UI 1940 1940
983-602 Adams, Catherine 40C 19, daughter M Adams, '35 Cambridge, student 1940 1940
983-602 Wentworth Clifford CSD'41 name only listed 1941 1941
983-602 Squib, Charles G CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
983-602 Tenney, Charles H was this the CH Tenney owner of 983-986? 1946 1946
983-602 vacant CSD'53-'54 1953-54 1953-54
983-602 Batchelder, Laurence (983-601 '72-'97) CSD'61-'68 1961 1968
983-602 Batchelder, Mrs. Nancy Thayer CSD'61-'68 1961 1968
983-602 Smith, Mrs. Margaret J. (Mrs Nelson)   1973 1982
983-602 Aldrich, Elizabeth C.   1988 2001
983-602 Fisher, Roger   2001 2007
983-602 Smith, Roger Crichton   2006  
983-602 Regan-Smith, Martha   2006  
Totals        
983 BASEMENT APARTMENT        
983B March, Arthur G CSD '19, janitor 20C moved, chauffeur public sector 1919 1920
983B March, Evelyn 20C 35, wife of Arthur March, b. New Brunswick USA 1894 1920 1920
983B March, Cecil 20C 10, son of Arthur March, b. MA 1920 1920
983B March, Elsie 20C 6, daughter of Arthur March, b. MA 1920 1920
983B March, Olive 20C 4, son of Arthur March, b. MA 1920 1920
983B Ayrees, Alberta 20C 74, mother-in-law of Arthur March, b. New Brunswick USA 1894 1920 1920
983B Foss, William S 20C 50, janitor, b. ME 1920 1921-22
983B Foss, Freelove 20C 45, wife of William Foss, b. Canada USA 1899 1920 1920
983B Foss, Walter 20C 16, son of William Foss, b. MA 1920 1920
983B Foss, Edith 20C 9, daughter of William Foss, b. Canada 1920 1920
983B Foss, Ethel 20C 8, daughter of William Foss, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Fraser, William (984 '23, 985 '26-'37) CSD janitor 1923 1937
984 Fraser, Annie CSD wife of W Fraser 1927 1930
983B Bird, James T 40C 47, janitor, b.CT '35 CT, rent $35, salary $1200, other income 1940 1940
983B Bird, Lillian 40C 44, wife of JT Bird, b.CT '35 CT 1940 1940
983B Bird, Evelyn L 40C 17, daughter of JT Bird, student, b.CT '35 CT 1940 1940
983B Bird, James E 40C 13, son of JT Bird, student, b.CT '35 CT 1940 1940
983B Bird, Florine M 40C 10, daughter of JT Bird, student, b.CT '35 CT 1940 1940
983B O'Hara, Joseph E, Janitor CSD janitor 1944 1946
983B Hogg, James CSD janitor 1953-54 1953-54
983B Brochu, Clarence R CSD janitor 1961 1972
??? Murphy, Daniel      
  Murphy, Maureen      
  Kachadorian (sp?), Richard      
  David Rodriguez and Beth Bradley   1996  
983B Lucio Restrepo Wife: Luz Mary Escobar. Children: Pedro, b 1996. Pamela b 1999. Left LV in 2008. Returned to their home town in Colombia.   2008
983B Luz Mary Escobar married to Lucio Restrepo   2008
983B Magee, Sam Hunter assistant superintendent, Sam (cq) Hunter Magee bio: http://www.samhuntermagee.com/about.html    
983B Murphy, Meg Meg Murphy bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meg-murphy-01599972    
RESIDENTS BY BUILDING IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION (OFTEN NO APARTMENT NUMBER AVAILABLE BEFORE 1931) - RADNOR HALL 984        
984 Schiffmacher, Frank M CSD'18 name only listed 1918 1918
984 Kneeland, Cornelia B CSD'18 wife of David M: 20C Los Angeles, 58, widow, b.WI 1918 1923
    Mrs. D. M. Kneeland is listed at 983, not 984, no apt #, in 1919 Boston Blue Book.    
984 Buttles, Alice W CSD name only: 20C Los Angeles, 49, sister of CB Kneeland b. WI ?? cf. Alice Wells Butler in 983 same time period 1918 1920
984 Little, David M Jr CSV'19 name only listed Ensign David Mason Little Jr. US Navy listed at 983, no apt #, 1919 Boston Blue Book. Note: 1919 Boston Blue Book seems to give anyone who lives in Radnor Hall in a 983 address, even if they were in 984. - LM 1919 1919
984 Jackson, Frederick G CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
984 Powers, Walter CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
984 Powers, Ethel CSD'19 wife of Walter Powers 1919 1919
984 Carey, Julia M CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
984 Little, Leon M (see Little family details below in 984-603)      
984 Mack, Mrs. Harold A 20C 28, divorced, b. NY 1919 1923
984 Odway, Catherine 20C 22. partner of Mrs HE Mack, b. VT 1920 1920
984 McEvilly, Mary 20C 29, Mack chambermaid, b. Ireland 1920 1920
984 Lowes, John L (984 '19-'30, 983-603 '41-'44) 20C 51, Harvard English professor, b. IN: 30C rent $150 1919 1930
984 Lowes, Mary G 20C 53, wife of JL Lowes, b. IN 1920 1930
    Prof. & Mrs. John Livingston Lowes, 984, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book???    
984 Lowes, John N 20C 21, son of JL Lowes, student, b. IN 1919 1920
984 Tally, Margaret 20C 23, Lowes chambermaid, b. Virginia 1920 1920
984 Munsell, Elizabeth C 20C 16, student, b. MA 1919 1923
984 Munsell, Mrs. Juliet E. Mrs. Juliet E. O Munsell is listed in 203 Radnor Hall (984-203) in Journal of Biblical Literature, v. 41-42, 1922. She was admitted to the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis in 1906. 1922 1922
984 Nee, Sarah 20C 23, Munsell chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1913 1919 1923
984 Bent, Mrs. Harry L CSD'19-'23 name only listed 1919 1923
984 Bent, Harry L 20C 50, bedding manufacturer, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Bent, Catherine 20C 19, daughter of H L Bent, b, MA 1920 1920
    Katherine Gertrude Bent listed in Radnor Hall (no apt #) in Simmons College directory    
984 Burke, Minnie 20C 29, Bent chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1909 1920 1920
984 Knowlton, Hugh 20C 25, student, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Knowlton, Christiana 20C 23, wife of H knowlton, b. MA    
984 Knowlton, Mary 20C 11 months, daughter of H knowlton, b. MA    
984 Tierney, Mary 20C 27, Knowlton servant, b. Canada USA 1910    
984 Pray, Thornton L or C 20C 26, coal merchant, Coal Wharf, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Pray, Viginia 20C 23, wife of T Pray, b. IN 1920 1920
984 Pray, Samual Wendell 20C 15 months, son of T Pray, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Pray, Patricia 20C 11 month, daughter of T Pray, b. MA 1920 1920
984 McClean, Annie M 20C 27, Pray nurse, b. Canada USA 1909 1920 1920
984 Hegburn(Heyburn?), John G 20C 25, student, b. KY 1920 1920
984 Hegburn, Martha 20C 23, wife of JG Hegburn, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Hegburn, Julia 20C 17 months, daughter of JG Hegburn, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Bolenns, Frances 20C 25, Hegburn chambermaid, b. Lithuania USA 1910 1920 1920
984 Christianson, Alice 20C 31, Hegburn nurse, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Warberg, James P 20C 23, asst teller bank, b. Germany US citizen 1920 1921-22
984 Warburg, Catherine S 20C 21, wife of JP Warberg, b. NY 1920 1921-22
984 Warburg, April 20C 11 months, daughter of JP Warburg, b. DC 1920 1921-22
984 Ignaszewski. Josephine 20C 26, Warburg nurse, b. NY parents Polish 1920 1920
984 Dalton, Nora 20C 27, Warburg chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1911 1920 1920
984 Dickinson, David T 20C 52, lawyer, own office, b. MA In 1919, a Cambridge newspaper (Cambridge Tribune?) reported that David T. Dickinson, the former mayor of Cambridge, “has sold his house on Channing Street and taken apartments at the Radnor on Charles River Road.” - Meg Murphy 1920 1923
984 Dickinson, Carrie M 20C 51, wife of DT Dickinson, b. NH 1920 1920
984 Dickinson, David Jr 20C 25, son of DT Dickinson, salesman drygoods, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Dickinson, Elizabeth 20C 18, daughter of DT Dickinson, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Smyth, Margaret L 20C 51, Dickinson cook, b. Ireland USA 1891 1920 1920
984-503 Dodd, Edwin M (see Dodd family details in 984-503)   1919 1931
984 Hirmte/Stirmte, Walter C 20C 27, mgr Engine Heater Co, b. WI 1920 1920
984 Hirmte/Stirmte, Pauline M 20C 29, wife of Hirmte/Stirmte, b. MI 1920 1920
984 Tenney, Rockwell C (983 '20) 20C 25, assis treas public utility, b. CT 1921-22 1921-22
984 Tenney, Mildred 20C 23, wife of R Tenney b. Miss. 1920 1920
984 Tenney, Charles H 20C 17 mos., son of R Tenney, b. MA 1920 1920
984 Goodall, Adelaide 20C 47,Tenney nurse, b. England USA 1913 1920 1920
984 Sadler, Frances 2oC 34, Tenney cook, b. St. Kitts BWI USA 1910 1920 1920
984 Sedgwick, Henry D (983 '19-'20) 20C 58, magazine writer, widower, b.MA 1919 1925
984 Sedgwick, Frances M 20C 15, son of Henry Sedgwick, b.NY 1920 1920
984 Sedgwick, Robert M 20C 10, son of Henry Sedgwick, b.NY 1920 1920
984 Barry, Mary 20C 44, Sedgwick chambermaid, b. Ireland, USA 1894 1920 1920
984 Weston, Wendell M 20C 58, in Boston, hardwood lumber merchant, wife 44 son 1921-22 1925
984 Floete, Franklin G CSD'23 name only listed 1923 1923
984 Ingalls, David B CSD'23 name only listed 1923 1923
984 Wickersham, Corwin CSD'23 name only listed 1923 1923
984 Bruckhauser, William K CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
984 McDougall, William CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
984 Newell, Joseph C Jr CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
984 Percy, George Almy (983 '20-'23) 20C 24, salesman brokerage office, b. MA 1925 1925
984 Percy, Hallie D 20C 21, wife of GA Percy, b. W VA 1920 1920
984 Sullivan, Elizabeth 20C 38, Percy chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1903 1920 1920
984 Swan, Charles L CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
984 Boynton, Frank M CSD'27 manufacturer Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Boynton, Clark's Boston Blue Book of 1926 1925 1928
984 Boynton, Elsie T CSD'27 wife of FM Boynton 1926-27 1926-27
984 Boynton, Mrs. Eleanor C CSD'30 name only listed, same as Elsie T? 1930 1930
984 Howland, Arthur CSD'27 paint, Boston 1925 1930
984 Howland, Mary L CSD'27 wife of A Howland 1926-27 1926-27
984 Cleveland, Francis G CSD'27 student Harvard 1926-27 1926-27
984 Cleveland, Alice E CSD'27 wife of FG Cleveland 1926-27 1926-27
984 Jackson, Mrs O R CSD'27 name only listed 1926-27 1926-27
984 Fahnestock, Harris Jr CSD'27 student Harvard: 30C Coolidge Hill, 24, no occupation, b. NY 1926-27 1928
984 Fahnestock, Mrs. Alice M CSD'30 wife of H Fahnestock: 30C b. NY 1930 1930
984 McClintock, Miller CSD'27 instructor Harvard: 30C 20 Coolidge Hill Ave, 36 prof. b. NE 1926-27 1928
984 McClintock, Mrs. Hazel B CSD'30 wife of M McClintock: 30C 3, b. NE 1930 1930
  McClintock, Thomas 30C 3, son of M McClintock, b. MA 1930 1930
984 Seymour, Evelyn O (983 in 30C) CSD'27 wd Augustus T: 30C 51, b.OH, rent $125 1926-27 1930
984 Seymour, Augustus T 30C 23, son of E O Seymour, student, b.OH 1930 1930
984 Edwards, David F CSD'27 associate Professor 1926-27 1930
984 Edwards, Edith CSD'27 wife DF Edwards 1926-27 1926-27
984 Eaton, Ralph M CSD'28 name only listed 1928 1928
984 Bassett, William A CSD'28 name only listed 1928 1928
984 Basset, Mrs. Grace CSD'30 name only listed 1930 1930
984-403 Birkhoff (30C Berkhoff), George D (see Birkhoff family below in 984-403) 1930 Census may have misspelled his name Berkhoff i/o Birkhoff. 1928 1931
984-504 Morgan, William O P (985 student 1920) (see Morgan family detail below in 984-504) CSD'28-'31 name only listed 1928 1931
984 McLane, James A. James A. McLane, Harvard 1922, Instructor in English at Harvard, resigned as resident tutor at Lowell House around 1930, listed at 984 in 1930 correspondence in "History of Lowell House." http://lowell.harvard.edu/files/lowell/files/lowell_house_history.pdf?m=1443812434 1930  
984 McLane, Mrs. James A. Mr & Mrs James A McLane, no apt #, 1931 Boston Blue Book    
984 Holcombe, Mrs. Inez M CSD'30 name only listed 1930 1930
984 Shulda, Mrs Anna CSD'30 name only listed 1930 1930
984 Coleman, Jere 30C 51, sale securities, b.MA, rent $150 1930 1930
984 Coleman, Edith P 30C 44, wife of J Coleman, b.NY 1930 1930
984 Coleman, John R 30C 17, son of J Coleman, student, b.MA 1930 1930
984 Alexander, Archibald 30C 23, student, b.NY, rent $170 1930 1930
984 Alexander, Susanne 30C 22, wife of A Alexander, student, b.NY 1930 1930
984 Sullivan, Mary 30C 23, Alexander servant, b. Ireland 1930 1930
984 Wiebesmon(sp?), Edward R 30C 35, student, b.OH, rent $145 1930 1930
984 Wiebesmon(sp?), Jeanette 30C 33, wife of ER Wiebesmon(sp?), b. OH 1930 1930
984 Wiebesmon(sp?), Dora L 30C 3, daughter of ER Wiebesmon(sp?), b. OH 1930 1930
984 Wiebesmon(sp?), Edward A 30C 1, son of ER Wiebesmon(sp?), b. OH 1930 1930
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
984-303 Brown, Daisy H CSD'31 Mrs. F Harold 30C 45, widow, b.CA, rent $177    
984-303 Brown, Harold F 30C 19, son of DH Brown,student, b.NY    
984-303 Brown, Beverly H 30C 17, n of DH Brown,student, b.NY    
984 Whiting, John K. Mr. & Mrs. John K. Whiting, 984, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
         
RESIDENTS BY APARTMENT NUMBER IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION - RADNOR HALL 984        
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  
Totals        
RESIDENTS BY BUILDING IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION (OFTEN NO APARTMENT NUMBER AVAILABLE BEFORE 1931) - HAMPSTEAD HALL 985 & 986        
    Hampstead Hall included 985 and 986.    
985/986   Forris Forris, developer, lived in Hampstead Hall after Radnor/Hampstead Halls completed. Lived there with wife in approx 1916. Not clear which bldg, which apt.    
         
985 Lunt, Fred E CSD'18 bank teller, Boston 1918 1918
         
985 Lunt, Hattie V CSD'18 wife of F Lunt 1918 1918
985 Brown, Winthrop Jr CSD'18 manager 1918 1918
985 Brown, Margaret CSD'18 wife of W Brown 1918 1918
985 Rollins, Ross CSD'18 name only listed 1918 1918
985 Rollins, Hazel CSD'18 wife of R Rollins 1918 1918
985 Paul, Alexander McA CSD'18 rubber Boston 1918 1918
985 Paul, Lucille CSD'18 wife of A Paul 1918 1918
985 Howland, Mrs Charlotte B CSD'18 widow George Howland 1918 1918
985 Boothby, Albion M CSD'18 fen mgr can factory 146 Broadway 1918 1919
985 Boothby, Alida CSD'18 wife of AM Brooksby 1918 1919
985 Philbrook, Charles H CSD'18 insurance Boston 1918 1919
985 Philbrook, Ida M CSD'18 wife of CH Philbrook 1918 1919
985 Felton, Mrs Cornelius C CSD'18-'19 name only listed 1918 1919
985 Estabrook, Merrick G CSD'18 lieut USR, 20C 33, promoter mining business b.MA 1918 1920
985 Estabrook, Marion 20C 28, wife of MG Estabrook, b. MA 1918 1920
985 Grebe, Misses CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Chase, Mrs Charles H CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Mason, Harold F CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Mason, Julia CSD'19 wife of HF Mason 1919 1919
985 Cahall, Ralph J USA CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 McCallam, Mrs Duncan CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Ballantine, Herbert W CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Balantine, Margaret CSD'19 wife of HW Ballantine 1919 1919
985 Skinner, Mrs Richard D CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Barrett, Harry V CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Howard, Mrs C B (986 in 1930?) CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
985 Risley, McArthur L CSD'19 Harvard 1906, major Merc. (Merchandising? Mercantile?). Harvard Alumni Directory 1919 1919 1920
985 Cutrer, Blanche CSD'19-'20 name only listed 1919 1920
985 Cutrer, Johm CSD'20 name only listed 1920 1920
985 Wall, Edward J 20C 59, chemist mfg lab, b. England USA 1910 CSD'19 prof. 1919 1920
985 Wall, Frances E 20C 58, wide of EJ Wall, b. England USA 1911 1919 1920
985 Byers, Wheaton B 20C 26, chemist laboratory, b. MA 1919 1920
985 Byers, Corrine W 20C 24, wife of WB Byers, b. MA Mr. & Mrs. Wheaton B. Byers, address listed as Hampstead Hall, in 1919 Boston Blue Book. 1919 1920
985 Fish, Fred O 20C 49, patent atty, own office, b. ME 1919 1921-22
985 Fish, Frances C 20C 45, wife of FO Fish, b. Wales 1919 1921-22
    Mrs. Fred O. Smith, 1920 Smith College Aumnae Directory, 1920    
985 Fish, Maxwell 20C 18, son of FO Fish, student, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Fish, Frederic 20C 16, son of FO Fish, student, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Douglass, Walter B 20C 49, president Street Co. Mfg, b. MA 1918 1921-22
985 Douglass, Anna 20C 42, wife of WB Douglass, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Douglass, Donald C 20C 21, son of WB Douglass, student, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Douglass, Helen L 20C 19, daughter of WB Douglass, student, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Douglass, Walter B 20C 13, son of WB Douglass, student, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Taft, Mary F 20C 66, medical doctor own office b. VT 1919 1926-27
985 Collins, Mary 20C 54, Taft chambermaid, b. MD 1920 1920
985 Powell, W C CSD'20 name only listed 1920 1920
985 Wyman, Donald K CSD'20 name only listed 1920 1920
985 Collins, Mary C CSD'20 name only listed 1920 1920
985 Day, Katherine S 20C 49, artist own studio, b. CT 1920 1920
985 Burnham, William P 20C 38, shoe manufacturer, b.NY 1920 1920
985 Burnham, Belle F 20C 32, wife of WP Burnham, b.NY 1920 1920
985 Brooks, Charles S 20C 43, writer, b. OH 1920 1920
985 Brooks, Minerva K 20C 40, wife of C Brooks, b. OH 1920 1920
985 Ober, May P 20C 70, aunt of C Brooks, b. ME 1920 1920
985 Bailey, Katherine 20C 70, Brooks chambermaid, b. SC 1920 1920
985 Hadley, Morris 20C 25, student, b. Connecticut 1920 1920
985 Hadley, Katherine 20C 20, wife of M Hadley, student, b. MI 1920 1920
985 Byrne, Mary 20C 37, Hadley chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1904 1920 1920
985 Brackett, Charles 20C 27, author, b. NY 1920 1920
985 Brackett, Elizabeth 20C 29, wife of Charles Brackett, b. IN 1920 1920
985 Taylor, Gertrude 20C 33, Brackett chambermaid, b. KY 1920 1920
985 Coatsworth, Mrs. William T 20C 58, widow, b. NY 1920 1920
985 Coatsworth, Elizabeth 20C 26, daughter of WT Coatesworth, writer magazines b. NY 1920 1920
985 Ridley, Arthur G 20C 36, public accountant, own office, b. CT 1920 1920
985 Ridley, Lilian N 20C 32, wife of AG Ridley, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Ridley, Adelah 20C 1 month, daughter of AG Ridley, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Moore, Elsie 20C 20, servant, b. Canada USA 1904 1920 1920
985 Morgan, William O P (984-504 '28-'31) 20C 24, student b. IL 1920 1920
985 Morgan, Christiana 20C 20, wife of W OP Morgan, b. MA 1920 1920
985 Grant, Marion 20C 21, Morgan chambermaid, b. ME 1920 1920
985 Thurber, Cleveland CSD'20-'22 name only listed 1920 1921-22
985 Winston, Frederick E CSD'20-'22 name only listed 1920 1921-22
985 Coleman, L H CSD'20-'22 name only listed 1920 1921-22
985 Wolf, W H CSD'20 ironworker 1920 1921-22
985 Wolf, Jennie CSD'20 wife of WH Wolf 1920 1921-22
985 Locke, Charles B 20C 60, fruit dealer wholesale b.MA CSD'27 FH Market Boston 1920 1930
985 Locke, Effie C 20C 48, wife of CB Locke, b. Canada USA 1887 1920 1930
985 Shearer, Robert Capt. CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
985 Emerson, Eliot S CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
985 Fay, Willis W CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
985 Graham, George P CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
985 Hall, Henry Jr CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
985 Rust, George A CSD'21-'25 name only listed 1921-22 1925
985-503 Bartlett, Henry S (see Bartlett family detail below in 985-503) CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1937
985 Cottrell, Benjamin S CSD'27 heat engineer: 30C 56, no occupation, b.RI, rent $155 1921-22 1930
985 Cottrell, Agnes H 30C 51, wife of BS Cottrell, b.OH 1930 1930
985-202 Craig, Eliza (see Craig and partner Orr below in 985-202) CSD'21-'22 name only listed, info from family letter from Roger Craig 1921-22 1950
985-603 Spalding, Walter R (see Spalding family details below in 985-603)   1921-22 1961
985 Boyd, Stanley M CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
985 MacFadden, Mrs. Edith H CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
985 Sprague, Helen R CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
985 Van Dusen, Mrs. Charlotte F CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
985 Williams, Staunton CSD '23 name only listed 1923 1923
985 Willis, Raymond J CSD '23-'25 name only listed 1923 1925
985 Lawton, Stanley H CSD '23-'25 name only listed 1923 1925
985-303 Haines, Mrs Elizabeth (see details below in 985-303)   1923 1931
985-302 Stapp, Emily B (see details below in 985-302)   1923 1931
985-301 Milliken, Bertha C (see details below in 985-301)   1930 1961
985 Fenn, William H Jr CSD '25 name only listed 1925 1925
985 Hawkins, Robert F CSD '25 name only listed 1925 1925
985 Hof, Samuel CSD '25 name only listed 1925 1925
985 Stover, John H CSD '25 name only listed 1925 1925
985 Benton, Everett C '27 CSD '25-'27 name only listed 1925 1926-27
985 Benton, Josiah H '27 CSD '25-'27 name only listed 1925 1926-27
985 Bradley, Walter H CSD'27 manufacturer Boston 1926-27 1926-27
985 Bradley, Florence R CSD'27 wife of WH Bradley 1926-27 1926-27
985 Welch, Willard J CSD '26-'30 name only listed 1926-27 1930
985 Fish Henry H 30C 54, manager priestments, b.MA rent $130 1926-27 1930
985 Fish, Eleanor M 30C 55, wife of HHFish, b. ME 1926-27 1930
985 Fish, Elizabeth 30C 30, daughter of HH Fish, nurse, b.MA 1926-27 1930
985 Fish, Muriel 30C 28, daughter of HH Fish, b.MA 1930 1930
985 Peters, Agnes 30C 25, lodger, secretary investments, b.MA 1930 1930
985 Hollis, Ira N 30C 74, widower, b. indiana, rent $145 1926-27 1930
985 Hollis, Carolyn 30C 26, daughter of IN Hollis, secretary university, b.MA 1930 1930
985-403 Inches, Mrs Louise P (30C 986) (see details below in 985-403)   1926-27 1931
985-502 Fipfield, Leston M (CSD Fifield) (see details below in 985-502)   1926-27 1931
985-203 Blackman, Arthur W (986 '25,985-203 '26-'31, 985-403 '37) (see details below in 985-203)   1925 1937
985-102 Beals, C Albert (see details below in 985-102)   1930 1937
985 Griggs, Northam L CSD '26-'28 name only listed 1926-27 1928
985 Green, Arthur F CSD '26-'30 name only listed 1926-27 1930
985 Bliss, Earl F 30C 29, securities sales, b.MA, rent $175 1926-27 1930
985 Bliss, Margaret P 30C 34, wife of EF Bliss, b.IL 1930 1930
985 Bliss, Barbara D 30C 7 months, daughter of EF Bliss, b.MA 1930 1930
985 Bingham, Woodbridge 30C 28, student, b.MA rent $175 1930 1930
985 Bingham, Ursula W 30C 21, wife of W Bingham, student, b. CT 1930 1930
985 Bingham, Anne 30C 10 months, daughter of W Bingham, b. NY 1930 1930
985 Lahti, Matthew 30C 39, investment banker, b. FinlandSA 1895 rent $150 1930 1930
985 Lahti, Dorothy W 30C 27, wife of M Lahti, b.MA 1930 1930
985 Abbott, Linnet B 30C 56, mother-in-law of M Lahti, b. Canada USA 1880 1930 1930
985 Morrison, Anna B 30C 49, servant, b. Canada USA 1900 1930 1930
985-602 Hart, Milton E see details below in 985-602) 30C 38, executive roofing, b.WI, rent $130 1930 1931
985-201 Kofsky (30C Koskoy), Louis (see details below in 985-201)   1930  
RESIDENTS BY APARTMENT NUMBER IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION - HAMPSTEAD HALL 985        
985-101 Wells, Wellington CSD '31 name only listed 1931 1931
985-101 vacant CSD '37 1937 1937
985-101 Kent, Guy 40C 62, Colonel US Army, b.WY '35 DC, rent $125, UI 1940 1941
985-101 Kent, Susannah 40C 52, wife of G Kent, b.MA '35 DC, UI 1940 1940
985-101 Kent, Measter 40C 17, son of G Kent, student, b.KS '35 DC 1940 1940
985-101 Hoggerty, Mary 40C 47, Kent maid, b.MA '35 Brookline MA, salary $552 1940 1940
985-101 Willis, Herbert E CSD '44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
985-101 Stevens, Horace P, surgeon b. 1881, MD, surgeon private practice 1953-54 1953-54
985-101 Washburn, William C CSD '61-'65 name only listed 1961 1965
985-101 Kavanaugh, John M CSD '68-'72 name only listed 1968 1972
985-101 Kavanaugh, Harold   1973  
985-101 Willis, Col.      
985-101 Willis, Mrs.      
985-101 Butterfield, Mr. Lyman   1979 1982
985-101 Butterfield, Elizabeth   1979 1982
985-101 Rose, Daniel for sons listing for Mr. Gideon Rose 1989, Daniel 1991, Gideon subtenant 91   1985 1996
985-101 Rose, Jonathan F.P.     1996
985-101 Rose, Adam. R.     1996
985-101 Brown, H. James   1996 2010
985-101 Brown, Cynthia Gibson   1996 2010
985-101 Stevens, Loring Low   2010  
    Wellesley 1965; independent consultant specializing in charity events and auctions; board chair, Germaine Lawrence, a nonprofit residential treatment center for girls in Arlington MA; descendant of Seth Low, who was mayor of New York 1901-1903 and president of Columbia College 1890-1901.    
985-102 Beals, C Albert 30C 43, president lumber co, b. Arkansas, rent $115 1926-27 1937
985-102 Beals, Etta L 30C 46, wife of CA Beals, b.MA 1930 1930
    Mr & Mrs. C Albert Beals, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-102 vacant for 1940 census?      
985-102 Light Richard S 40C in 995, 38 engineer Lever Bros. soap b.PA '35 Boston >$5000 1941 1946
985-102 Light, Alice 40C 40, wife of RS Light, b.MD '35 Boston    
985-102 Boyden, Mrs Elizabeth (984-604 '40-'44) b. 1877, widow, lived on University Rd 1953-54 1972
985-102 Brown, Fletcher   1973  
    d. __    
985-102 Brown, Charlotte F. Cabot   1973  
    She lives most of time in Falmouth Foreside, ME    
985-103 Conor, Fox Note spelling. Fox Conner, a Major General of the U.S. Army, served the nation in uniform for 40 years. after commanding the Hawaii division, Conner accepted command of the first corps area in october 1930 and moved to his new headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. three years later, in the midst of the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt assigned him the task of supervising the New England civilian conservation corps, and he spent four years overseeing the mobilization of young men into 125 civilian corp companies. See Grey Eminence: Fox Conner and the Art of Mentorship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_Conner
1931 1937
    Maj. General Fox Conner USArmy & Mrs. Conner listed in 1937 Boston Blue Book. She was Virginia Brandreth Conner from Ossining NY, described as a socialite. Did she move with him to Cambridge in 1931? According to Grey Eminence, cited above, Mrs. Conner, who was known as “Bug,” once gave Mamie Eisenhower advice on hair styles. More info in Conner file.

   
985-103 Freeman, Ralph E (985-201 '37, 985-985-402 '53-'65) 40C 45, MIT economics professor, b.Ontario '35 LV, rent $120 1940 1946
985-103 Freeman, Alice 40C 45, wife of Ralph Freeman, b.Ontario '35 LV 1940 1940
985-103 Bailey, Irving W   1953-1954 1953-1954
985-103 Copeland, George R   1961 1861
985-103 Keitt, George W   1963 1972
985-103 Keitt, Carol K. Mrs.   1973  
985-103 Neustadt, Richard E. Adviser to Presidents JFK , LBJ, and Bill Clinton Founder of the Kennedy School, Author of Presidential Power (1960) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Neustadt ???  
985-103 Neustadt, Bertha (Bert) Cummings, Mrs.      
985-103 Duder, Mrs. Lillian   1982 1992
985-103 Sharpless, Jan daughter of Mrs. L Duder 1991 1991
985-103 Hanford, George Hyde   1992 2006
985-103 Hanford,Elaine Halstead Mrs.   1992 2006
985-103 Levinson, David   2006 2009
985-103 Levinson, Marilyn   2006 2009
985-103 Pardo, Felix   2010  
985-103 Pardo, Ann Wadsworth   2010  
985-201 Kofsky (30C Koskoy), Louis 30C 40, lawyer, b. CT, rent $170 1930  
985-201 Kofsky (30C Koskoy), Mildred 30C 43, wife of Louis Koskoy, b.MA 1930  
985-201 Powell, Pauline 30C 21, stepdaughter of Louis Koskoy, student, b.MA 1930  
985-201 Freeman, Ralph E (985-103 '40-'46, 985-402 '53-'65) 40C 45, MIT economics professor, b.Ontario '35 LV, rent $120 1935 1937
985-201 Freeman, Alice 40C 45, wife of Ralph Freeman, b.Ontario '35 LV 1935 1937
    Prof & Mrs Ralph E. Freeman, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-201 Sauveur, Mrs Mary P 40C 73, widow, b.MA '35 LVrent $115, UI 1935 1953-54
985-201 Irving, Mabel H 40C 48, Sauveur maid, b.Canada '35 Boston, salary $800 1940 1940
985-201 Ward, Henry deC CSD'61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
985-201 Mallen, Walter CSD'72 name only listed 1972 1972
985-201 Bauer, Margaret Z.   1973 1979
985-201 Evans, Mr. Gwynne Blakemore Eminent Elizabethan scholar, editor of the Shakespeare canon; magnum opus, "The Riverside Shakespeare," complete rendition of Shakespeare's writings, published 1974; taught Shakespeare at Harvard 1967-1982; Henry B. and Anna M. Cabot Professor of English Literature; b. 3-31-1912 Columbus, Ohio; d. 12-23-2005 in his Cambridge apt. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/11/arts/10EVANS.html?_r=1&ei=5088&en=a4200e27a86c03b7&ex=1294635600&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&adxnnlx=1182963757-E58t3nbaVXZ7MvoSEtRzLA&pagewanted=print; http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2010/10/gwynne-blakemore-evans/ 1979 2007
985-201 Evans, Florence Mrs. (Betty) Florence Elizabeth (Betty) Richey m. Gwynne Evans 1940? Mary Ann Daily remembers she always wore big flowery hats. 1979 2007
985-201 Nelson, Eric Matthew   2007  
985-202 Craig, Elizabeth 30C 55, occupation none, b. MA rent $115: 40C proprietor restaurant, rent $95, UI 1921-22 1961
    Miss Eliza Craig in 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-202 Orr, Edith 30C 54, occupation none, b. MA: 40C partner of E Craig, author fiction UI 1921-22 1961
    Miss Edith Orr, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-202 Copeland, George R CSD'63-'68 name only listed 1963 1968
985-202 Beever, Grenville H (983-102 '61-'72)   1973 1988
985-202 Beever, Mrs. Harriet   1973 1988
985-202 Keenan, Edward L.   1988 1992
985-202 Gorton, George subtenant    
985-202 Pfeiffer, Louise A.   1992 2010
985-202 Hakanoglu, Erol   2010  
985-202 Hakanoglu, Sylvia   2010  
985-203 Blackman, Arthur W (986 '25, 985-403 '37) 30C 65, merchant paper, b.MA rent $125, daughter Ruth m. P Caskey 1919, Blackmans formerly lived on Agasiz St 1926 1931
  Blackman, Marion H 30C 61, wife of AW Blackman, b.ME    
         
  Blackman, Marjorie 30C 24, daughter of AW Blackman, student, b.MA    
  French, Eliza 30C 26,Blackman servant, b. Canada USA 1922    
985-203 Dewey, Davis R 40C 82, editor The American Economist, MIT prof, b.VT '35 Camb. rent $120 salary $3500 UI 1937 1953-54
985-203 Dewey, Mary H 40C 79, wife of DR Dewey, b.WI '35 Camb, UI 1940 1940
    Prof & Mrs. Davis R. Dewey, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book.    
985-203 McWilliams, Margaret 40C 29, Dewey maid, b.Ireland '35 Malden MA, salary $624    
985-203 Ilg, Raymond A CSD'61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
985-203 Ilg, Mrs Harriet CSD'61-'68 name only listed 1961 1968
985-203 Russell, Hope CSD'72 name only listed 1972 1972
985-203 Fainsod, Merle Merle Fainsod (May 2, 1907 – February 11, 1972) was an American political scientist best known for his work on public administration and as a scholar of the Soviet Union. His books Smolensk under Soviet Rule, based on documents captured by the German Army during World War II, and How Russia is Ruled (also known as How the Soviet Union is Governed) helped form the basis of American study of the Soviet Union, and established him "as a leading political scientist of the Soviet Union."[1] Fainsod is also remembered for his work in the Office of Price Administration and as the director of the Harvard University Library. 1973 1987
985-203 Fainsod, Mrs. Elizabeth Stix Born January 26, 1909 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, Bryn Mawr?, Wife of Merle Fainsod — married about 1933 in USSR, d. Jan 1986 1973 1987
985-203 O'Leary, James Robert   1987 2004
985-203 O'Leary, Eleanor R. writer 1993 census 1987 2004
985-203 Hare, Charles W. (986-205 1982-2004)   2004  
985-203 Hare, Hope Hughes   2004  
985-301 Milliken, Bertha C 30C 55, US government, b.MA rent $160: 40C clerk War Ordinance ?, '35 LV, rent $120 salary $1800 sister-in-law of Col. Tenney owner 1930 1961
    Miss Bertha C. Milliken, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-301 Innes, Johanna 30C 25, Milliken maid, b.Canada USA 1923 1930 1930
985-301 Morrison, Jean 40C 28, Milliken maid, b.Canada '35 Newton MA salary $676 1940 1940
985-301 Durant, William B. CSD'63-'72 name only listed 1963 1973
    Harvard 1910    
985-301 Enebuske, Carl C.   1973 1979
985-301 Enebuske, Esther Mrs.   1973 1982
985-301 Soley, Joseph   1982 1987
985-301 London, Susan   1988  
985-301 Payne, Michael (985-602 '02- '10)   1988 2002
985-301 Payne, Rachel London Katherine Rachel London Payne, b. 9-10-1987, brought from hospital to LV, believes she was only child resident at the time. For a period, one or both supers had children her age, and she remembers one boy playmate. She is a 2010 graduate of Hamilton 1987  
985-302 Stapp, Emily B 30C 37, author, b. IN rent $115 1923 1931
985-302 Stapp, Marie G 30C 32, sister of EB Stapp, author, b. IN 1930 1930
985-302 Klonower, Arthur A 40C 52, manager heating and plumbing, b.PA '35 Camb rent $100 1937 1940
985-302 Klonower, Elizabeth A 40C 46, wife of AA Klonower, b.PA '35 Camb. 1940 1940
    Mr. & Mrs. Arthur A. Klownower, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-302 Wilson, Stanley L CSD'41-'44 name only listed 1941 1944
985-302 Dreher, Richard C CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
985-302 Haemmerle, Anatole b. Russia 1906, escaped to Siberia, Japan 1917. Papers at McGill, sucess at Aetna Insurance in Boston, fascinating life 1953-54 1973
985-302 Silverman, Mr. Isadore   1982 1982
985-302 Rosen, Irwin,   1985 1998
985-302 Graham, Jorie (984-304 '00-'04)   1998  
985-302 Sacks, Peter   1998  
985-303 Haines, Mrs Elizabeth ('27 wd Edward W) CSD'27 widow Edward W: 30C 67, b.CT, rent $170 1923 1931
985-303 Mead, Warren T CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Warren J. Mead, 985 no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-303 Gordon, William W 40C 60, Colonel US Army, b.VA '35 DC, salary $5000, rent $125 1940 1946
985-303 Gordon, Martha 40C 48, wife of WW Gordon, b.TX '35 DC 1940 1940
985-303 Gordon, Miss Ruth M CSD'53-'54 name only listed 1953-54 1987
985-303 Doerfer, James R. (parking lease signed Gordon L   1987 1991
985-303 Doefer, Jane A.   1987 1991
985-303 Kuhn, Thomas   1991  
985-303 Kuhn, Jehane   1991  
985-401 Lehtl, Matthew CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
985-401 Magoun, William AN 40C 64, manager insurance, b.MA '35 Camb salary >$5000 UI 1937 1941
985-401 Magoun, Marye 40C 67, wife of WN Magoun, b.Iowa '35 Camb UI 1940 1940
    Mr. & Mrs. William N. Magoun, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-401 Maguire, Daniel F. M.D.   1943 1963
985-401 Maguire, Frances RenshawMrs.   1943 1963
985-401 Maguire, Miss Mary   1943 2014
    Mary said their original apt was in 986 on fourth floor, across from original apt of A. Tillman Merritt. (He later moved to 984-503.) Did Maguires move to 985-401 in 1953 when the building went co-op?    
985-401 Tichener, Thomas   2015  
    note spelling: Thomas Titchener, moved to LV from Concord MA    
985-401 Greene, Claire   2015  
    wife of Thomas Titchener; works as writer/editor, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston    
985-402 Kennard, Robert M P CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
985-402 Stott, Robert CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
985-402 vacant for 1940 census?   1940 1940
985-402 Lister, George E CSD'41 name only listed 1941 1941
985-402 Cook, Russell A CSD'44-'46 name only listed 1944 1946
985-402 Freeman, Ralph E (985-201 '37,985-103 '40-'46) 40C 45, MIT economics professor, b.Ontario '35 LV, rent $120 1953-54 1965
985-402 Freeman, Alice 40C 45, wife of Ralph Freeman, b.Ontario '35 LV 1953-54 1965
         
985-402 Lawrence, Roy H.   1973 1973
985-402 Bruner, Mr. Jerome   1982 1982
985-402 Bruner, Mrs.   1982 1982
985-402 Marshall, Blanche   1988 1989
985-402 Young, Jane S.   1989 1993
985-402 Hass, Gerald MD   1993  
985-402 Hass, Marie-Therese (Terry)   1993  
985-403 Inches, Mrs Louise P (30C 986) 30C 62, widow Charles P, b.PA rent $180 1930 1931
    Miss Louise P Inches, 985 no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-403 Dodd, Anna C 30C 62, lodger with Inches, widow, b.NH 1930 1930
985-403 Walsh, Mary 30C 54, Inches maid, b. Ireland USA 1877 1930 1930
985-403 Blackman, Arthur W (986 '25, 985-203 '26-'31) 30C 65, merchant paper, b.MA rent $125, daughter Ruth m. P Caskey 1919, Blackmans formerly lived on Agasiz St 1937 1937
985-403 Blackman, Marion H 30C 61, wife of AW Blackman, b.ME 1927 1930
    Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Blackman, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-403 Blackman, Marjorie 30C 24, daughter of AW Blackman, student, b.MA 1930 1930
985-403 French, Eliza 30C 26,Blackman servant, b. Canada USA 1922 1930 1930
985-403 Maddux, Jeanne L 40C 24, single, social work, b.MA '35 Camb rent $130 UI 1940 1941
985-403 Weatherbee, Lucy 40C 24, Madux maid, b.MA '35 Acton MA salary $520 1940 1940
985-403 Schumacher, August J CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
985-403 Schumacher, August J, Mrs. CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
985-403 Stevens, Horace P CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
985-403 Learned, Edmund P CSD'53-'68 name only listed, 1900-1991, prof of marketing, Harvard Business School, distinguished service medal for civilian WWII 1953-54 1968
985-403 Hoadley, Mr. Leigh * Leigh: b. 8-14-1895, d. Nov. 1975; Ph.D. zoology; joined Harvard faculty, 1927; named professor of zoology, 1930; served as master of Leverett House, 1941-1957; retired 1962 or 1963, Prof. Emeritus of Zoology; also had place in Chocorua, NH. http://www.thecrimson.com/article/1975/11/10/leigh-hoadley-biology-professor-dies-at/ ; http://www.thecrimson.com/article/1957/7/11/hoadley-resigns-post-as-master-of/?utm_source=thecrimson&utm_medium=web_primary&utm_campaign=recommend_sidebar 1972 1988
985-403 Hoadley, Mrs. Harriet on LV shareholders list, 1-19-1994 1972 1994
985-403 Moulton, Helen F. real estate broker with ________; bought apt from estate of Harriet Hoadley; moved to Cape Cod in 2010 to get married 1994 2010
985-403 Darnton, Robert Choate   2008  
985-403 Darnton, Susan G.   2008  
985-501 Golding, Frank H CSD'31 name only listed 1931 1931
985-501 vacant CSD'37 1937 1937
985-501 Sachs, Nadine 40C 25, single, student, b.NY '35 Camb rent $145, UI 1940 1941
985-501 Casey, Norah A 40C 33, Sachs maid, b.Ireland '35 Boston salary $832 1940 1940
985-501 Hawks, William A CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
985-501 Potter, William H CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
985-501 Bradley, Florence M CSD'53-'68 name only listed 1953-54 1968
985-501 Vacant CSD'72 name only listed 1972 1972
985-501 Rogers, John   1973 1979
985-501 Rogers, Alice   1973 1979
985-501 Daily, Miss Mary Ann   1979  
985-502 Fipfield, Leston M (CSD Fifield) 30C 45, railroad engineer, b. NH rent $125 1926-27 1931
985-502 Fipfield, Mary O 30C 45, wife of LM Fipfield, b.MO 1926-27 1931
985-502 Low, Suzann 40C 56, single, b.MA '35 ME, UI 1940 1940
985-502 McFarland, Ross A (986-604 '40, 985-503 '46) CSD'41-'44 name only listed 1941 1944
    Univ of Michigan 1923; in 1950, U Minn alumni magazine has him at Harvard Sch of Public Health; member American Psychological Assn.    
985-502 Livermore, Charles C CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
985-502 Godfrey, Mrs Chester N widow of architect, an authority on Gothic forms 1953-54 1968
985-502 Field, Parker B. CSD'72 name only listed 1972 1973
985-502 Oliver, Mrs. Ann   1977  
985-503 Bartlett, Henry S 30C 66, trustee estates, b.MA,rent $150 1921-22 1937
985-503 Bartlett, Alice M 30C 63, wife of HS Bartlett, b.MA 1927 1930
    Mr & Mrs. Henry Bartlett, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-503 Bartlett, Harriet M 30C 32, daughter of HS Bartlett, social worker, b.MA 1930 1930
    Listed, no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book, 1940 membership list for American Sociological Assn.    
985-503 vacant for 1940 census?   1940 1940
985-503 vacant CSD '41 1941 1941
985-503 Lewis, Burton O CSD'44 name only listed 1944 1944
985-503 McFarland, Ross A (986-304 '40, 985-502 '41-'44) CSD'46 name only listed 1946 1946
985-503 Crocker, Avice W CSD'53-'54 name only listed 1953-54 1953-54
985-503 Henry, Hall M CSD'61-'65 name only listed 1961 1965
985-503 Pirrotta, Nino CSD'68-'72 name only listed 1968 1972
985-503 Edsall, Mr. John   1973 2002
985-503 Edsall, Margaret Mrs.   1973 1982
985-503 Mendelsohn, Everett   2002  
985-503 Anderson, Mary   2002  
985-601 Chamberlain, Henry G 40C 69, married b.MA '35 LV superintendent Laundry Blue Co. salary $5,000, UI 1931 1961
985-601 Chamberlain, Mrs. Margaerth A. 40C 56, wife of HG Chamberlain, b.RI, '35 LV, UI 1935 1987
    Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. Chamberlain, 985 no apt #, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-601 Desloovere, Guy G.   1987 2002
985-601 Desloovere, Liliane de Rasse, Mrs.   1987 2002
985-601 Payne, Michael   2002 2010
985-601 Wolohojian, Stephan   2010 2015
985-601 Van Zuylan, Marina   2010 2015
985-601 Gabrielle, Andrea   2015  
985-602 Hart, Milton E 30C 38, executive roofing, b.WI, rent $130 1930 1931
985-602 Hart, Dorothy G 30C 25, wife of ME Hart, b.OK 1930 1931
985-602 Wilkinson, Mrs. Flora CSD'37 name only listed 1937 1937
    Mrs Flora A Wilkinson, 1937 Boston Blue Book    
985-602 Perry, Ralph B 40C 63, widowed, Harvard phil prof, b.VT '35 Camb, rent $100, UI 1940 1953-54
985-602 Bailey, Irving W CSD'61-'65 name only listed 1961 1965
985-602 Bailey, Helen, Mrs. CSD'61-'72 name only listed 1961 1972
985-602 Anderson, Mrs. Ethel   1973 1998
985-602 Moll   1998 2004
985-602 Callaghan, Michael   2004  
985-602 Stossel, Sage   2004  
985-602 Callaghan Stossel, Kieran   2014  
985-603 Spalding, Walter R 30C 64, professor music, b. MA rent $175: 40C '35 LV rent $156 UI 1921-22 1961
985-603 Spalding, Alexandrine 30C 64, wife of WR Spalding, b.MI: 40C '35 LV UI 1930 1940
985-603 Barrows, Annie 30C 40, Spalding servant, b.Barbados USA 1915 1930 1930
985-603 Alleyne, Arana 40C 27, Spalding maid, b. British W.I., '35 LV salary $624 1935 1940
985-603 Curran, Jean Alonzo Dr. CSD'63-'72 name only listed 1963 1977
  Curran, Frances CSD'63-'72 name only listed    
985-603 Born, Mr. Dirck   1977  
985-603 Born, Emelie (Lee) Mrs.   1977  
Totals        
RESIDENTS BY BUILDING IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION (OFTEN NO APARTMENT NUMBER AVAILABLE BEFORE 1931) - HAMPSTEAD HALL 985        
986 Greco, Charles R CSD'18 architect of Longview, office at 8 Beacon St Boston Charles Reggio Greco, b. 10-15-1873 Cambridge; studied architecture at Harvard's Lawrence Scientific School; worked for Boston architectural firm of Peabody and Steans before starting his own practice; m. Gertrude Louise Hennessy 4-15-1902, Cambridge; d. 2-22-1963 Trumbull CT. NOTE: Boston Blue Book of 1919 list Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Greco in 985 Charles River Rd. 1918 1919
986 Greco, Gertrude L CSD'18 wife of CR Greco Gertrude Louise Hennessy, b. 1875-1876 Cambridge; m. Charles Reggio Greco, 4-15-1902, Cambridge; d. 4-14-1930, Winchester MA. 1918 1919
986 Williams, Dr Charles H d. 1918, buried Mt Auburn 1918 1919
986 Williams, Mrs CH CSD'19 wife of CH Williams 1919 1919
986 Apthorp, Mrs R E CSD'18-'19 name only listed 1918 1919
986-404 Prince, Mrs. Lucinda W (see Prince and partner Bacon below in 986-404)   1918 1931
986 Sammett, George V CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
986 Addison, Mrs James T CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
986 Burton, Mrs Arthur W CSD'19 name only listed 1919 1919
986 Burrage, William S 20C 50, college teacher, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Burrage, Alice H 20C 49, wife of W Burrage, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Burrage, Henry T 20C 62, cousin of W Burrage, civil engineer, state b. MA 1919 1920
986 Burrage, Katherine 20C 18. daughter of WS Burrage, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Burrage, Frances M 20C 16. daughter of WS Burrage, b. VT 1920 1920
986 Burrage, William S Jr. 20C 10, son of WS Burrage, b. VT 1920 1920
986 Taber, Arthur H 20C 61, real estate broker, b. ME 1919 1925
986 Taber, Julia de B W 20C 49, wife of AH Taber, b. NY 1920 1920
986 Taber, Elizabeth W 20C 23, daughter of AH Taber, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Taber, Wendell 20C 22, son of AH Taber, student, b. MA 1920 1920
986-305 Chase, Arthur T (see details below in 986-305)   1919 1931
986 Kimball, Mrs. Marcus M 20C 50, occupation none, b.PA 1920 1920
986 Kimball, Doy (Day?) 20C 26, son of MM Kimball, student, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Kimball, Lawrence 20C 19, son of MM Kimball, student, b. MA 1920 1920
986 Sullivan, Margaret 20C 58, Kimball servant, B. Ireland USA 1869 1920 1920
986 Dewire, Nellie 20C 40, Kimball cook, B. Ireland USA 1890 1920 1920
986 White, Norman H Jr 20C 22, student, b.MA 1920 1920
986 White, Katherine 20C 22, wife of NH Norman Jr, b.CT 1920 1920
986 Newton, Agnes 20C 45, White servant, b. Ireland USA 1897 1920 1920
986 Elms, Helen T 20C 25, no occupation, b.MA 1920 1921-22
986 Woodward, Clara L 20C 54, cousin of HT Elms, b.MA 1920 1920
986 Creighton, Mary 20C 26, Elms servant, b, Ireland USA 1912 1920 1920
986 True, Harry U, (same person in '20 and '23? 20C 54, manager rubber co., b. Maine 1920 1923
986 Dawsey, Delsie 20C 42, True servant b. VA 1920 1920
986 Percy, George Almy 20C 24, salesman brokerage office, b. MA 1920 1923
986 Percy, Hallie D 20C 21, wife of GA Percy, b. W VA 1920 1923
986 Sullivan, Elizabeth 20C 38, Percy chambermaid, b. Ireland USA 1903 1920 1923
986 Ginn, Edward 20C 23, book publisher, b. MA 1920 1925
986 Ginn, Margaret C 20C 23, wife of E Ginn, b. MA 1920 1925
986 Feeley, Rose 20C 42, Ginn servant, b. Ireland USA 1893    
986 Thompson, Thomas H 20C 46, b. NJ CSD'20 treas Thompson Box Co. 62 Hampshire,CSD'27 pres 1920 1930
986 Glidden, Anna E 20C 40, b.ME 1920 1920
986 Preble, CSD Elsie 20C Elaine 20C 34, partner of AE Glidden, b.MA 1920 1920
986 Parkhurst, Anna 20C 67, lives on Agassiz St w husband, Louie H 68 real estate trustee 1920 1920
986 Butler, Fred L CSD'21-'22 name only listed (related to other Butler Alice? 1921-22 1921-22
986 Tyng, Sewell T CSD'21-'22 name only listed 1921-22 1921-22
986 Keith, Albert G CSD'21-'23 name only listed 1921-22 1923
986-405 Durant, Mrs. Caroline V (986-305 '37-'46) (see details below in 986-405)   1921-22 1946
986-505 Marvin, Mrs. Leora G S (see details below in 986-505)   1923 1931
986 Cushman, Charles Van B CSD'25 name only listed 1925 1925
986 Vorenberg, F Frank Department store president. From his obituary in 3-x-1988 New York Times: "Mr. Vorenberg, who lived in Cambridge, was president of Gilchrist's, one of Boston's oldest department stores…. At Gilchrist's, he was a leader in hiring blacks and other members of minority groups well before fair employment legislation was enacted in Massachusetts. Mr. Vorenberg’s wife, the former Ida Muhlfelder, died last month. Surviving are two sons, Dr. John Vorenberg of Lexington, Mass., and James Vorenberg of Cambridge, dean of the Harvard Law School…” Vorenberg apt was 986-505, according to Sage's research. 1925 1925
    Was Ida Muhlfelder Vorenberg married to Frank Vorenberg when he lived at LV?    
986-605 Cutler, Mrs. Edith C ('27 wd Frederic F) CSD widow Frederic F: 30C 59, b.MA, rent $170 1925 1930
986-605 Wilson, Adela 30C 28, Cutler maid, b. Canada USA 1920 1930 1930
986 Blackman, Arthur W (986 '25,985-203 '26-'31, 985-403 '37) 30C 65, merchant paper, b.MA rent $125, daughter Ruth m. P Caskey 1919, Blackmans formerly lived on Agasiz St 1925 1937
986 Blackman, Marion H 30C 61, wife of AW Blackman, b.ME 1927 1930
986 Blackman, Marjorie 30C 24, daughter of AW Blackman, student, b.MA 1930 1930
986 French, Eliza 30C 26,Blackman servant, b. Canada USA 1922 1930 1930
986-304 Gorham, Alvine J (983 '19-'23) (see details in 986-304)   1925 1931
986 Fisher, Margaret CSD '27 name only listed 1926-27 1926-27
986 Connolly, Eugene T CSD'27 lawyer 1926-27 1928
986 Connolly, Eloise L CSD'27 wife of ET Connolly 1926-27 1928
986 Crocker, Uriel H CSD'27 clerk 1926-27 1928
986 Crocker, Eleanor CSD'27 wife of UH Crocker 1926-27 1928
986 Neiley, Richard B CSD'27 clerk 1926-27 1928
986 Neiley, Margaret H CSD'27 wife of RB Neiley 1926-27 1928
986 DeHaas, J Antone CSD '28 name only listed 1928 1928
986 Lupinsky, Hugo H CSD '28 name only listed 1928 1928
986 Hinkle, James G CSD '30 name only listed 1930 1930
986 Mrs. Edwin M. Dodd Only she, not husband, listed in 986 no apt #, Boston Blue Book 1937    
986 Neiley, Edward A 30C 30, lawyer, b.MA rent $150 1930 1930
986 Neiley, Emily C 30C 24, wife of EA Neiley, b.NU 1930 1930
986 Stone, Arthur W 30C 60, Navy chaplin, b.VT, rent $165 1930 1930
986 Stone, Cora W 30C 45, wife of AW Stone, b.VT 1930 1930
986 Stone, Arthur W 30C 21, son of AW Stone, student, b.CA 1930 1930
986 Watt, Edith G 30C 26, Stone maid, b. Canada USA 1923 1930 1930
986-204 Chipman, Curtis (also 986-205?) (see details below in 986-203)   1930 1931
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986-104 Allen, Grace T (Mrs. Thomas E) (see details below in 986-104)   1930 1931
986-604 Howard, Mrs Lucretia (see details below in 986-604)   1930 1931
986-605 Harrell, Joel E (see details below in 986-605)   1930 1944
RESIDENTS BY APARTMENT NUMBER IN ORDER OF FIRST MENTION - HAMPSTEAD HALL 986        
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 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 Albert D'Angeli superintendent 2012  
986B supers Robert DeNumcio and Daniel Murphy, mgrs RM Bradley Christine George and Burt Greenspan   1989