Plainfield Garden Club








Member: Ladd, Mrs. Delano W. (Caroline Le Baron Heminway) '43

Daughter-in-law to Founding PGC member Mrs. Edward H. Ladd, Jr. '15

Sister-in-law to PGC member Mrs. Edward H. Ladd III '41

1930 Address: 1215 Martine Avenue, Plainfield

1941 - 1942 - 1943 Treasurer Book, Active: Mrs. Delano W. Ladd 5/9/43 Pd. 12/14/43 Pd. 1/16/45 Pd. 12/3/45 5/23/46 July 1, 1947 June 28, 1948 June 8, 1949 June 30, 1950 June 1951 June 1952

1970 Address: 1779 Woodland Avenue, Edison
NOTE: Listed as "Sustaining Member"

1973 - 1978 Address: 744 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield
Listed as "Sustaining Member"

1984 - 1985: Listed under "Non Resident" with this note: Listed as Sust. Not Paid. Resigned 10/84

June 2011: Delivered an invitation to Shakespeare-in-Bloom at 1215 Martine Ave. Notation: Spoke to owner

1958 Address is Woodland Avenue, Plainfield

1915-1965 History of the Plainfield Garden Club

December 3, 1922 New York Times Wedding Announcement

December 3, 1922

Ladd - Heminway

Miss Caroline Le Baron Heminway, daughter of Buell Havens Heminway, President and Treasurer of the Heminway & Bartlett Silk Company, and Mrs. Heminway, was married to Delano Wood Ladd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Ladd Jr. of Plainfield, N.J., yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in Christ Episcopal Church, Watertown, Conn. Bishop Chauncey Bunce Brewster of Connecticut officiated, and was assisted by the Rev. Francis B. Whitcome, rector of the church

Susan Ladd Plans September Bridal New York Times May 29, 1988

http://www.nytimes.com/1988/05/29/style/susan-ladd-plans-september-bridal.html

Susan Walker Ladd's engagement to William Prescott Rogers 3d, the son of Mrs. William P. Rogers Jr. of Dedham, Mass., and the late Dr. Rogers, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delano W. Ladd Jr. of Greenwich and Madison, Conn. A September wedding is planned.

Miss Ladd, a graduate of the Dana Hall School and the University of Vermont, is the manager of promotions and operations at Metropolitan Home magazine in New York. Her father is the chairman and chief executive officer of Edwin Bird Wilson Inc., an advertising agency in New York. She is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Walker of Cleveland and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Delano W. Ladd of Plainfield, N.J. Mr. Walker was the chairman of the Cleveland Container Company. Mr. Ladd was a senior partner of Greene & Ladd, stockbrokers in New York.

The future bridegroom is a graduate of St. Marks School in Southborough, Mass., and Trinity College in Hartford. He is a senior marketing specialist in the Computervision division of the Prime Computer Corporation in Bedford, Mass. His father was an associate visiting surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and an assistant clinical professor of surgery at the Harvard University Medical School.

Caroline Ladd McCullagh August 1, 1998

MCCULLAGH - Caroline Ladd McCullagh, of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL., died Saturday, August 29, 1998 at the age of 74. She was the widow of Andrew Morrill McCullagh, who died in 1995. She was born in Plainfield, NJ, the daughter of Delano W. Ladd. She lived in West Orange, NJ, where she was a member of the Junior League and Garden Club before moving to Madison, CT and then to Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. She was a former Curator of the Beaches Area Historical Society Old House Museum. She is survived by her son, Andrew M., Jr. of Englewood, CO; her daughter, Caroline M. Noyes of Bolivia, NC; her brother, Delano W. Ladd, Jr. of Madison, CT; and five grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, September 1, 1998 at 10:00 AM at the Sawgrass Beach Chapel with Rev. John Dolaghan officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Baptist/St. Vincent Hospice, 800 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207. HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, Jacksonville Beach is in charge of arrangements.

Delano W. Ladd New York Times March 2, 1983

Advertising; Farrell President Of E.B.W.

By Philip H. Dougherty (The New York Times); Financial Desk
March 2, 1983, Wednesday
Late City Final Edition, Section D, Page 17, Column 3, 497 words


RICHARD G. FARRELL has left Marsteller to join the venerable but smallish Edwin Bird Wilson agency as president and chief operating officer. He brings with him a large number of corporate contacts developed during the years as executive vice president in charge of businessto-business and corporate advertising at his former employer, a subsidiary of the giant Young & Rubicam. And those contacts have given him a certain endearing quality in the eyes of Delano W. Ladd, who bought a controlling interest in E.B.W. in the early 1970's. For the past seven years or so, Mr. Ladd has been pushing the shop beyond the bonds of bank-advertising specialist that had it billing only about $4 million after 55 years in business.

1947 Check Book

No. 622
Jan. 2, 1947
Susan W. Tyler
twine 1.80
fir 5.00
ribbon 30.00
$36.80
War Services

No. 623
Jan. 6, 1947
Ethel Anderegg
wire 5.25
" 5.00
tip 5.00
$15.25
War Services

No. 624
Jan. 6, 1947
Caroline H. Ladd
express on slides
$2.50
Program

In left margin:

Mrs. Anderegg
(xmas paper) 6.30

Mrs. Whitehead
gift $5.00

Anderegg 10.00
Dunellen

Anderegg 20.00
Mr. Louis Watson ??
Rahway 20.00

1948 Check Book

No. 688
Jan. 9, 1948
Garden Club of New Jersey
Dues
$10.00

No. 689
Jan. 19, 1948
Caroline H. Ladd
express on slides
for Jan meeting
Program $1.47

No. 690
Jan. 20, 1948
William Saville
flowers for Lyons
War Services
$25.00

Crescent Avenue Historic District

Application to the National Register of Historic Places

744-50 Watchung Avenue
c. 1925

Situated on two lots, owned in 1895 by Mrs. Anna M. Martine, widow of Daniel Martine, and the corner lot, owned by Isaac Miller, "lawyer, N. Y." Mrs. Martine and Mr. Miller lived and owned houses on those properties.

Limestone or cast cement surrounds for the trim of the windows and quoins – cast cement diamond orientation between the first and second story windows – shallow cast concrete brackets under the front windows on the first, third and fourth floor. Interior plan – Ninety tow rooms; twenty six apartments.

1954 - 1970 296 Images from Plainfield Library Scrapbook

1973-1974 PGC Directory

1974-1975 Directory

Monday Afternoon Club Membership