Plainfield Garden Club

Member: Lockwood, Mrs. Frederick ("Fritz") M. (Hazel Marshall) '52

1952 - 1953 Treasurer Book, Active: Lockwood, Mrs. Fred June 1952

1953 - 1973 Address: 969 Oakland Ave, Plainfield

1973: Listed as a "Sustaining Member"

1975 Address: 969 Oakland Avenue, Plainfield
NOTE: Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood is crossed off the membeship list

1977: Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood passed away on May 9, 1977

Mother-in-law may be Plainfield Garden Club Member Mrs. W. L. Lockwood '25

Mother may have been Mrs. Henry P. "Harry (Dorothy Burke) Marshall '30
Her address was 1007 Hillside Avenue (1932 - 1942)
1150 Rahway Rd, Plainfield (1953)
869 Cedarbrook Road, Plainfield NJ (1958)
969 Cedarbrook (1970/1973)

President 1956 - 1958

June 2011: An invitation to Shakespeare-in-Bloom was delivered to 969 Oakland

1915-1965 History of the Plainfield Garden Club

1915-1965 History of the Plainfield Garden Club

Mrs. Frederick Lockwood and Harriette Halloway dedication rock

Mrs. Frederick Lockwood and Harriette Halloway dedication rock

May 17, 1957

Caption: GARDEN MARKER VIEWED – Standing before the marker commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Iris Garden in Cedar Brook Park are (left to right) Mrs. Frederick Lockwood, Victor B. King, Jr., John C. Wister, Mr. Richard Tracy and Miss Harriette R. Halloway, founder of this garden. (Courier photo by E. T. Wiggins)

The Plainfield Garden Club and guests yersterday dedicated the the entranceway of the of the Iris Garden in Cedar Brook Park.

Miss Harriette R. Halloway, found of the garden and chairman of the garden of the Iris Garden [not legible] the project was started in 1932, was presented a medal by Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood, president of the Garden Club.

The medal is [not legible] "from the grateful members of the Plainfield Garden Club Harriette R. Halloway founder and director of the Iris gardens of Cedar Brook Park, Plainfield, 1932 - 1957."

[Not legible] viewed a recently installed [not legible] tablet marking the anniversary of the garden.

"Excercise in Perfection"
Victor R. King, president of the Union County Park Commission, led the gathering [not legible] the garden display was "an excercise in perfection is [not legible]," he said.

The park commission provides the setting for the garden and have [not legible] in the project [not legible]

W. [not legible] Tracy, executive had of the Park Commission when the Iris Garden was started paid tribute to Miss Halloway for her "tireless work and painstaking effort."

Another speaker was Dr. John C. Wister of Swarthmore, Pa., president of the American Iris Society when the garden was started and author of [not legible] article about the garden in the current issue of the Journal of the New York Botanical Gardens.

Miss Halloway spoke briefly and [not legible] on the work of the [not legible] who care for the Iris Garden. She introduced Kenneth Smith, one of the largest contributors of plants to the garden [not legible]

Mrs. Lockwood presided at the program. Guests included members of [not legible] garden clubs and contributors to the garden.

The Iris Garden Committee includes Mrs. Morris E. Benton, Mrs. Alden de Hart, Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs. Donald E. Luce, Mrs. William K. Dunbar, Jr., Mrs. C. Northrop Pond, Mrs. Webster Sandford, Mrs. Arthur D. Seybold, Mrs. John R. Wells, Mrs. Willian G. Wigton, Mrs. Robert MacLeod, vice chairman, and Miss Halloway, chairman.

Special slides [not legible] for the chairman were Mrs. Charles A. Eaton, Jr., Mrs. F. Willoughby Frost ad Mrs. Edwin M. Treat, Jr.

Mrs. Victor M. King was chairman of the special committee assisted by Mrs. J. Harold Loizeaux, Mrs. E. B. Newberry, and Miss Margaret Tyler. Also cooperating were Mrs. N. C. Barnhart, Jr., Mrs. William P. Elliott, Mrs. Homer Cochran and Mrs. H. I. Flanders.

Hostesses (not legible)
Other hostesses were Mrs. William W. Coriell, Mrs. Leslie E. Fort, Mrs. William A. Holliday, Mrs. Richard M. Lawton, Mrs. Robert T. Stevens, Mrs. C. Boardman Tyler, Mrs. William S. Tyler. Mrs. Thomas Van Boskerck and Mrs. Orville G. Waring.

The Iris Garden now has more than 1,800 named varieties properly labeled, representing all types of Iris and totaling more than 75,000 plants.

The main part of the garden is [not legible] caring Iris [not legible] and is expected to be is good blooms thorugh the rest of the month.

In Memoriam Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood Died May 9, 1977

It can be said of Hazel Marshall Lockwood that, like Shakespeare's Beatrice, 'a star danced and under it she was born.' Wit, a lively imagination, a quick eye for the incongruous and the ridiculous, and a gift of laughter were her outward marks, but underlying all was her love of people, of all people – children, the very old, someone in trouble, the stranger down the street – she reached out to everybody and drew them to her and never thought of herself.

So whatever Hazel Lockwood was asked to do, she did, and did it not only cheerfully, but outstandingly well, for she was also an organizer and a leader. Joining the Garden Club in 1952, she was immediately made a member of the Board and became president in very short time, serving from 1956 to '58. Her executive ability also made her an excellent fund-raiser and her imaginative turn of mind provided that touch of difference that insured success to the events.

She new instinctively that serious business does not demand a solemn face, and her most serious reports still had room for a joke. It was Hazel, of course, who dreamed up the idea and then wrote the Zone meeting skit that showed in hilarious light the agonies we had let ourselves suffer in preparing for the meeting. She was also actress in it.

Indeed, Hazel Lockwood had many gifts and she contributed to the club in many different ways, but her greatest contribution was that of her own gay and gallant spirit. The memory of it is her legacy to us all.

Demetria H. Loosli

Read at the meeting of
The Garden Club of Plainfield
May 18, 1977

Introduction in Rhyme of Skit for Garden Club Meeting May 1956 by Marge Elliott

Introduction in Rhyme of Skit for Garden Club Meeting May 1956 by Marge Elliott
To see the handwritten pages, see 1956 Archives


Imagine that you are our garden club
type here the powers that be
What things go on in a garden club
you'll be surprised to see

The cast are famous actresses
All brought at great expense
So please be kind to others, my friends
Lest they should take offense.

The President's name is Hazel
And its Lockwood thats for sure
She presides as "to-the-manner-born"
But her arrangements they are poor.

Elizabeth King of Programs She's
all fluttering, cooing and coy.
To find the right speaker for just the right day
Is her constant delight and her joy.

Page 2

Ways and Means Chairman is Shirley
Bernhart we're meaning of course
She's breathless, naive and appealing
But hasn't the sense of a horse.

Marrion Loizeaux is chairman
of membership looks la-de-da
But don't let that big hat delude you
She's a great one for making faux pas.

Fanny Day has charge of the minutes
Madame Secretary no less
But I must in confidence tell you
All her reports are a mess.

Hiely that's Polly the Treasurer
Does weird things to the books
She was never good at her figures
And so for the balance gad - zooks!

Hospitality chairman is Barbara
Sandford's the rest of her name
She's very smart but sarcastic
the "country tweed type" is this dame.

Conservation is Anne Marie Seybold
She is a lady who knows what is what
She has no time for the frivilous
In her ways she's terribly sot.

Alice Mooney our wonderful speaker
Rosa Bunda she has quite a past
And now you know all that you need to
about our illustrious cast.

So please let the music be quiet
I see the house lights are low
Put on the fools and the spotlights
All right curtain ready? Let's go

969 Oakland

Plainfield Public Library
Detwiller Archives;

Collection Detwiller
Title Alterations to Residence for Mr. & Mrs. F.M. Lockwood 969 Oakland Ave. Plainfield N.J.
Description Plans and elevations for alterations, including a new screened porch and changes to kitchen.
Building Type Residence
Building Use Single Family
Work Type Alteration and/or Addition
Elevation Yes
Condition Dark
Blueprint ID D-2804
Permit 34565
Year of Permit 1954
Microfilm Roll 0003
Microfilm Frame 0141
Condition 1001
Address 969 Oakland Avenue
Historic District
City Plainfield
Architect Charles H. Detwiller, Jr.
Architect Firm
Owner F.M. Lockwood
Business Owner

Courier News articles for "Bowers"

Bowers Betty Ruth (Hood) husband Richard W. 6/18/1956 News
Bowers Betty Ruth (Hood) husband Richard W. 6/20/1956 News
Bowers Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) husband James I. 11/6/1946 News
Bowers Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) husband James I. 5/18/1972 News
Bowers Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) husband James I. 11/24/1976 News
Bowers Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) husband James I. 3/31/1982 Obituary
Bowers Gerard Lynn 6/22/1973 News death
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley 6/2/1932 News
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley 6/2/1938 News
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley 6/2/1942 News
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley 5/31/1957 News
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley 8/3/1963 News
Bowers Hazel Marie (Benner) husband Ranceford Wesley ?/?/1983 Annotation death
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 3/1/1935 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 1/11/1939 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 12/20/1940 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 7/1/1941 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 2/9/1942 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 2/14/1942 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 10/22/1943 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 12/21/1943 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 11/6/1946 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 8/1/1947 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 6/29/1948 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 5/16/1958 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 7/25/1958 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 4/14/1966 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 5/18/1966 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 5/25/1966 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 12/19/1969 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 12/21/1972 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 1/13/1973 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 12/4/1975 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 11/24/1976 News
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) 2/22/1982 Obituary
Bowers James I. wife Evelyn Lockwood (Ludlow) n.d. Film Negative
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 6/2/1932 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 6/2/1938 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 6/2/1942 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 1/17/1952 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 1/2/1957 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 5/31/1957 News
Bowers Ranceford Wesley wife Hazel Marie (Benner) 2/2/1985 Annotation death
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 9/12/1952 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 10/21/1952 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 7/13/1953 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 8/21/1953 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 3/12/1954 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 3/25/1955 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 12/15/1955 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 6/18/1956 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 6/20/1956 News
Bowers Richard W. wife Betty Ruth (Hood) 12/8/1958 Obituary

1974 Junior League Designer Showcase: The Martine House

1974 Designer Showcase Martine House Cover to Page 25

1974 Designer Showcase Martine House Page 26 to End

In addition to saving the 1988 Program for the Designers Showhouse of Cedar Brook Farm (aka The Martine House) which was organized by the Muhlenberg Auxiliary, PGC Member Anne Shepherd also kept the 1974 Designers Showcase of the very same home, organized by the Junior League.

Within the program pages, you will find mentioned many PGC members. They include: Clawson, MacLeod, Kroll, Davis, Wyckoff, Stevens, Loizeaux, Swain, Hunziker, Connell, Foster, Dunbar, Elliott, Fitzpatrick, Gaston, Hackman, Holman, Lockwood, Morrison, Royes, Rushmore, Sanders, Williams, Barnhart, Bellows, Burger, Burner, Carter, Clendenin, DeHart, Detwiller, Eaton, Eckert, Fort, Frost, Gonder, Keating, Laidlaw, Loosli, Madsen, Mann, Marshall, Miller, Moody, Moon, Morse, Murray, Mygatt, Barrett, Peek, Perkins, Pfefferkorn, Pomeroy, Pond, Royes, Samek, Sandford, Sheble, Stevens, Shepherd, Stewart, Stout, Trewin, Vivian, Zeller, Cochran, Mooney and Hall.

Plainfield Public Library Archive


BEFORE MODERN KITCHENS – Mrs. Webster Sandford (left) and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood demonstrat how the kitchen in the historic Drake House in W. Front St. must have looked in Revolutionary days. Both have served as president of the Plainfield Garden Club which is sponsoring a "Maytime at Drake House" Saturday for the benefit of the landscaping fund. The house and grounds are being restored to their original condition.

Plainfield Public Library

This photo and event took place after 1962

BEFORE MODERN KITCHENS – Mrs. Webster Sandford (left) and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood demonstrat how the kitchen in the historic Drake House in W. Front St. must have looked in Revolutionary days. Both have served as president of the Plainfield Garden Club which is sponsoring a "Maytime at Drake House" Saturday for the benefit of the landscaping fund. The house and grounds are being restored to their original condition.

Plainfield Public Library Archive

This photo and event took place after 1962

BEFORE MODERN KITCHENS – Mrs. Webster Sandford (left) and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood demonstrat how the kitchen in the historic Drake House in W. Front St. must have looked in Revolutionary days. Both have served as president of the Plainfield Garden Club which is sponsoring a "Maytime at Drake House" Saturday for the benefit of the landscaping fund. The house and grounds are being restored to their original condition.

Plainfield Library Archive

April 27, 1956

25TH ANNIVERSARY – A dogwood tree commerating the 25th anniversary of Cornus Arboretum was planted yesterday in Cedar Brook Park by the Plainfield Garden Club. Ralph H. Carver, chief forester of the Union County Park Commission, is turning a spade of earth. Left to right are: Mrs. W. K. Dunbar Jr., horticulture chairman; Mrs. Georges J. His, chairman of the Cornus Arboretum Committee; Mrs. Robert T. Stevens, chairman of the 25th anniversary project and past chairman of the Cornus Arboretum Committee; Mrs. Victor R. King, retiring president; Miss Harriette R. Halloway, founder of the Cornus Arboretum who served as its chairman for eight yeras, and Mrs. Frederick Lockwood, incoming president. Mrs. Thomas VanBoskerck, one of the original committee members, is not shown here.

Plainfield Public Library Archive

Plainfield Public Library Archive

Skit prepared for the 1970 Garden Club of America Zone IV Meeting
Hazel is Mrs. Hazel Lockwood
Meechi is Mrs. Meechi Loosli


Scene: Two gals, each talking into a telephone

Voice over Public Address:
Ladies and Gentelmen, your attention please. We now take you behind the scenes of a Zone Meeting.

Hazel: You've got to be kidding. We couldn't possibly do it. We haven't got the faciliites. We've lost all our beautiful old homes. No one has any gardeners.

Meechi: Gardeners! Heavens, at that time of year we don't even have any gardens, and, you know, you get awfully tired of bittersweet arrangements.

Hazel: And dried leaves.

Meechi: We know all that, but does the GCA? Anyway, say it's our turn; we just can't go on forever going to everyone else's meetings.

Hazel: This is ghastly. Listen, I have an idea! My husband's cousin is a director. I'll see if she can square the whole thing.

Meechi: I'd just like to know how.

Hazel: Well, she could tell them we're prone to epidemics of . . . .

Meechi: Geriatrics!

Hazel: Well, yes!

Meechi: Never underestimated the power of the GCA Just engage some extra help right now and write it down. Two years from today the Plainfield Garden Club will host the Zone Meeting, come hell or high water.


Hazel: Well, a whole year has gone by and besides going to meetings where we drink Bloody Marys and eat richer foods than normally, I can't see that anything has been accomplished, except that Frankie and Laura are not speaking. and they were such old friends!

Meechi: The Zimmermans had their house painted, and Gladys resigned.

Hazel: Did you hear that Lulu almost had a nervous breakdown?
Page two

Meechi: Oh, what happened?

Hazel: She hasn't been able to find a suitable wall paper for her guest room.

Meechi: The poor dear! But I must say, I thought I was going to have a nervous breakdown with that printer. He just couldn't get the idea of rosemary green print on butterscotch paper.

Hazel: If you only knew what I went through trying to get members to make really fat French knots for the delegates' bags!

Meechi: Do you get the feeling that your're carrying this whole thing alone? I mean like the decisions that have to be made; for instance, should I use my mother's linen sheets?

Hazel: Oh, don't. That heavy embroidery leaves marks in the funniest places!

Meechi: Mmmm . . . What if Stan gets so cross at my obvious exhaustion he really does take off for Reno?

Hazel: You mean in that plane all the husbands have chartered?

Meechi: Yes.


Hazel: Did you hear that some guests are arriving with personal maids and chauffeurs? What are we going to do in our split-level environment?

Meechi: I'll take all the maids, but I can't see a chauffeur driving our '67 Jeep. I think I'll have another drink.

Hazel: I was thinking of having creamed fiddleheads at my luncheon. Could they possibly be on the Conservation list?

Meechi: Well, you could ask to have the Founders' Fund and the Bulletin group. I don't think they'd mind.

Hazel: I think I'll have another drink. Have you ever heard of a Zone Meeting just being cancelled

Page three

Meechi: Cabinet meetings, yes; Supreme Court, yes; Zone Meetings, no . . . .

Hazel: We've been working on a time schedule, and everybody seems to think it's a great idea, but I wonder. 50 people in the Vest Pocket Park for two hours?

Meechi: I asked Stan about that, but he didn't answer. Well, actually he hasn't spoken to me for two weeks.

Hazel: Can you imagine having the Annual Meeting?

Meechi: Right now, it I weren't so brave, I'd cry!


Hazel: All I said was that we would have been married 22 years this Thursday.

Meechi: Oh, honey, don't worry. The husbands will be back after it's all over. Only my doctor says it will be a long time before I can play golf again.

Hazel: Well, we've reached a point of no return. They're all coming tomorrow, only, where they're landing is a moot point. Somebody said the map was all wrong. They wouldn't do that on purpose, do you think?

Meechi: Did they finally find a place for Mrs. Waller's horses?

Hazel: After they were turned down by four motels, they decided to let them graze with the Loizeaux' Aberdeen Angus; the Loizeaux are awfully nice about things like that. Do you honestly think they're going to enjoy taking the Garden Walk for an our in the rain?

Meechi: It seemd a good idea when we planned it in the spring. Anyway, garden clubbers are a rugged lot.

Hazel: The Zone 8 Chairman was going to stay with us and then my ex-roomate who knows her showed her pictures from our yearbook.

Meechi: So?

Hazel: So, the next day, the chairman called me and said she wouldn't be able to come. Do you get a message from that?
Skit continues. Page 4

Meechi: Yes, you're overtied and oversensitive. Have an aspirin.

Hazel: I ticked off every detail I did . . . one, two . . . Hey! I forgt Tony was going to boarding school today, his first time away from home.

Meechi: He'll live through it . . . It's too bad what's her name is involved in the Bryant Park show, and can't come.

Hazel: Who?

Meechi: Oh, you know her name, the first vice president.

Hazel: Oh, it's Bunny Bunny? It's one of those strange foreign names.

Meechi: Oh, duPont.

Hazel: How do you spell it?

Meechi: I don't know. Do you think anything good can come out of this terrible mess?

Hazel: If you promise you won't tell anybody on the committee I'll let you in on a secret.

Meechi: O.K. What is it?

Hazel: I've really had fun.

Meechi: Me, too.


Memories by Barbara Sandford March 20, 2012

Barbara reminisced about her years in the garden club. She said she was happy being a junior member but was not happy when "they" made her move to Active member in 1954 as she was busy raising her children.

She clearly remembered the skit performed by Meechy Loosli and Hazel Lockwood for the 1970 Zone IV Meeting. She said it was very funny. She said Hazel, Meechy and Jack Roome were all entertainers. They always put on skits, especially at the Monday Afternoon Club.

Barbara spoke about her trip to Japan as our delegate. She said that was her fondest memory of being part of the club, although she paid for the trip herself.

Barbara also spoke about the demise of the famous Iris Garden and said it was two members in particular that did it in – although she would not name them.

When Etheledreda Anderegg was mentioned, she exclaimed that she had not thought her in years, but alas, we were interrupted and our walk down memory lane ceased.

1955 Check Book

No. 1171
Sept. 19, 1955
Garden Club of Wilmington
Zone Meeting Oct 26 & 27
(Mrs. Lockwood & Mrs. King)
registration fees

No. 1172
Sept. 19, 1955
The Palisades Nature Assoc.
membership dues Oct 1. '55 - Oct. 1 '56

No. 1173
Mrs. Chester Cook
Lecture fee $75
mileage fee – Boston to Plainfield & return 495 mi. at .07 per mi. $34.65

1956 Check Book

No. 1199
April 8, 1956
Hazel M. Lockwood
round trip fare & allowance of ??ette
accomodation to
Colorado Spring

1957 Check Book

No. 1269
Sept. 3, 1957
Hazel M. Lockwood
Annual Meeting Chicago

November 14, 2012

Tracy Sandford Whitehead and her mother, Barbara Tracy Sandford, join the garden club for lunch on Barbara's 94th birthday. Many fun stories were shared including this one:

Yet another funny story Tracy told was about her mother's first massage. She was in Hawaii on GCA business (!) and her dear friend and Plainfield Garden Club member, Hazel Lockwood, suggested that they were in Hawaii and they were going to get massages. So Barbara and Hazel went to the massage place and were told unceremoniously to get undressed! Shocked, but adventurous, they did!

From reading the files, your Editor remarked that Mrs. Lockwood seemed to be a lot of fun. Tracy turned to her mother and asked, "Was Hazel Lockwood a lot of fun?" And the wide-eyed expression on Barbara's face was enough of an answer!

November 14, 2012 Meeting, Lecture and Barbara Sandford Birthday Lunch

Wellesley College 1918

Lockwood, Hazel May '12 403 East Seventh Street, Plainfield NJ

1933 Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Tuesday, April 4, 1933

Miss Anna Mary Marshall
And James Kearney Rice 3d
To Be Married on April 20

The marriage of Miss Anna Mary Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turk Marshall of 130 Ralston Ave., South Orange, N.J., and Mr. James Kearney Rice 3d, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kearney Rice Jr., of Highland Park, New Brunswick, N. J., will take place on the evening of Thursday, April 20, in the Church of the Holy Communion, South Orange. A reception will follow at the Essex County Country Club.

Miss Marshall will have her sister, Miss Hazel Marshall, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Theodore Wilkinson, another sister; Mrs. Richard Nelson and Miss Kathleen and Miss Margaretta Rice, as bridesmaids.

J. Christopher Meyer of Brooklyn will be best man for his nephew and the ushers will be Frederick Lockwood, Andrew Steven, Theodore Budenback of Plainfield; Theodore Wilkinson of South Orange; Dr. Thomas Klein of Haverford, Pa., and Conrad Kuhlthau Jr.

Miss Marshall attended Miss Beard's School and was graduated from the Bennett School at Millbrook. She is a member of the Junior League. Mr. Rice is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer of 13 Monroe Place. He attended Wardlaw School and Rutgers Preparatory School.

Mr. Rice and his bride will live in South Orange after a wedding trip.

Putnam County Courier July 19, 1945

Rae Marshall Weds
Lt. (j.g.) Clift Cornwall

Ceremony in Episcopal Church
Daytona, Florida, Tuesday. Reception at Ball and Tennis Club

Miss Rae Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turk Marshall of South Orange, and "Seven Lakes View Farm," Mahopac, was married on Tuesday evening, July 17, 1945, to Lieut. (j. g.) Clift Cornwall Jr., of the Naval Air Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornwall of Short Hills, N. J., in St. Mary's Episcopal church, Daytona, Florida. Rev. Charles Plamer, rector of the church, performed the ceremony. Reception followed the wedding at the Ball and Tennis Club, Daytona Beach.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white satin with a fitted bodice and full skirt forming a train. Her cap and veil were of heirloom rosepoint lace and she carried a bouquet of orchids and bouvardia.

The maid of honor was Miss Patricia Palmer and other attendants were the Misses Ruth Riggs and Amy Ward. Mrs. David P. Brewster and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood, sister of the bride. The bridegroom's father, Mr. Cornwall, served as his son's best man.

The bride who attended Miss Beard's school is a graduate of Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa., and attended Pine Manor Junior College. She is a member of the Junior League.

Lieut. Cornwall graduated from Salisbury School, Salisbury, Conn., and attended Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine He recently returned from active duty in the Pacific and has been awarded the air medal.

October 29, 2013 Email with Sandy Furman

Hi Susan,

And here is a 1970 picture I took of my mother with some of her closest friends: "Dodi" Roome, Betty Fitzpatrick, "Dot" Genung, and Charlotte Montgomery, the Good Housekeeping columnist who lived in Westfield.

I've also included one of my mother with the poet and writer Adele DeLeeuw, who lived a few doors down from us on Oakland Avenue with her illustrator sister, Cateau.

By the way, Hazel Lockwood and her husband Fritz were my godparents. They also lived on Oakland Avenue.


See: Mrs. Gerald Shackford (Victoria or "Vicky" Houck) Furman '62

1954 - 1970 296 Images from Plainfield Library Scrapbook

May 21, 1954

December 8, 1955

OUCH! Mrs. Homer Cochran (left), treasurer of the Plainfield Garden Club, yells "Ouch!" as she sticks her finger while making wreaths in the home of Mrs. Linden Stuart Jr., 980 Hillside Ave., for Lyons Hospital. Others (left to right) are Mrs. F. N. Lockwood, first vice president; Mrs. Webster Sandford, chairman; Mrs. Robert I. Stevens, wife of the former Army secretary; and Mrs. John S. Anderegg, co-chairman

December 8, 1955 Mrs. F. N. Lockwood


SILVER MEDAL TO PLAINFIELD CLUB - The Silver Medal of the Garden Club of New Jersey was presented to the president of the Plainfield Garden Club, Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood, right, yesterday by president of the Garden Club of New Jersey, Mrs. Francis F. Merriam, for the Plainfield club's initiation of the Shakespeare Garden in Cedar Brook Park. Awards were presented at the annual meeting of the state club at Graulich's, Orange.

1956 Mrs. Lockwood

April 25, 1961 Courier News

Mrs. Webster Sandford of 1275 Denmark Rd., president of the Plainfield Garden Club, and Mrs. Frederick Lockwood of 969 Oakland Ave., program chairman, will attend the annual meeting of the Garden Club of America to be held in Honolulu.

Mrs. Sandford will leave Plainfield tomorrow to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Carvell of Rialto, Calif., before joining Mrs. Lockwood in Los Angeles Monday.

From Los Angeles they will fly to Hawaii, where they will be entertained by the Garden Club of Honolulu. They also will take a plane trip to the outer islands of Hawaii and Maui and on May 11 will fly to Tokyo.

Highlights of their two-week stay in Japan will be a trip to the Imperial Palace as guests of the Crown Prince and Princess, a three-day visit to Kyoto, and a reception to be given by the Prime Minister for members of the Garden Club of America.

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford Archives from the GCA trip to Hawaii and Japan

The following documents contain photos of menus, vintage postcards, letters, books on Ikebana and much more from Barbara's trip in April through May 1961 to Hawaii and Japan. Barbara, and her dear friend Hazel Lockwood, were delegates to the Garden Club of America's annual meeting in Hawaii. An optional trip to Japan was added on after the meeting. Barbara had described this trip as one of the most fantastic experiences in her life.

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford photographs from Japan

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford trip to Hawaii and Japan: PART 1

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford trip to Hawaii and Japan: PART 2

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford trip to Hawaii and Japan: PART 3

1961 Barbara Tracy Sandford trip to Hawaii and Japan: PART 4

There are of course many mentions of Hazel in Barbara's letters. One is a postcard to Webster Sandford telling him that Hazel has received no mail and he "better tell Fritz." Another is a complaint to Webster how she and Hazel were split up for dinner one night in Hawaii. Barbara went to the Lathams and said the baby, although small, was sweet. She also said that the Lathams and other "Navy people" were hard to talk to. Another mention of Hazel is from Webster to Barbara – asking that she and Hazel please not buy any stone lanterns and have them shipped.

May 26, 1961

June 15, 1961

June 15, 1961

Tuesday, September 28, 1965 Courier News

The Plainfield Garden Club will celebrate its 50th anniversary at a formal reception at the Monday Afternoon Club at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Edward H. Ladd 3rd is general chairman.

Invitations have been sent to all members and their husbands, according to Mrs. Homer P. Cochran, invitations chairman.

Other chairmen are: Hospitality, Mrs. David F. Sanders; decorations, Mrs. William P. Elliott and Mrs. David S. Foster; and program, Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood.

The Plainfield Garden CLub was organized in 1915 by 48 charter members under the leadership of the late Mrs. Frank O. herring. its primary concern, today as then, is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening among its members and to encourage interest in horticulture, conservation and civic planning and planting.

The Shakespeare Garden, Iris Garden and Cornus collection in Cedar Brook Park are several of the many civic projects initiated by the club.

50th Anniversary Party 1965

Hazel Lockwood

50th Anniversary Party 1965

Barbara Sandford, Hazel Lockwood and Victoria Furman

50th Anniversary Party 1965

Fritz Lockwood on left

Monday, October 5, 1970 Courier-News

City garden club to host zone meeting

PLAINFIELD – Four national officers of the Garden Club of America, several national committee chairmen and a number of zone chairmen from all over the United States will be guests of the Plainfield Garden Club Wednesday and Thursday at a New Jersey Zone meeting here. They will join some 45 delegates from the 11 garden clubs in the New Jersey area affiliated with the Garden Club of America.

This marks the first time the 55 year-old Plainfield Garden Club, which has been a member of the national organization since 1944, has hosted a zone meeting. An extensive tour of the Garden Club's many beautification and conservation projects in Plainfield will be a major activity on the Wednesday schedule.

There also will be business, horticultural and conservation meetings and special guests speakers, tours of private gardens of two members, a garden walk along Rahway Road, a dinner at the Plainfield Country Club Wednesday evening and a cookout luncheon at the F. Willoughby Frost barn on Rahway Road Thursday.

The emphasis on the two day meetings will be conservation. Dr. E. Alan Bromely, professor of nuclear physics at Yale University, will discuss clean power and its relation to conservation efforts at the dinner Wednesday.

Other speakers will be Dr. Robert E. Loveland, associate professor of Zoology at Rutgers University, who will discuss ecology at a conservation meeting Thursday morning at a 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Alden R. Loosli, 927 Rahway Road.

Herb horticulture will be the topic Wednesday at a meeting in the Monday Afternoon Club, by Mrs. William Y. Dear Jr., a life member of the Herb Society of America.

The bus tour of Plainfield on Wednesday afternoon will include visits to the Vest Pocket garden in Park Avenue near Depot Place, which the Plainfield Garden Club planned and planted last year and cares for on a continuing basis; the Shakespeare Garden in Cedarbrook Park which was first conceived in 1927; the Iris Garden and the dogwood collection there; a number of plantings of shade trees in the downtown area and other beautification projects the club has undertaken or supported.

The garden walk, planned through gardens on Rahway Road, will take place Thursday morning from Mrs. Loosli's home at 11:30 a.m. following the conservation meeting.

The tour will include the grounds, home and gardens of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell H. Rausch, Mr and Mrs. DeWitt D. Barlow Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. Willoughby Frost, Mr. and Mrs. David F. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. David S. Foster and will conclude at the 200-year-old home of Mrs. Laurence S. Heely.

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Stevens will be hosts of a cocktail part for the delegates Wednesday evening, prior to the dinner at the country club at which Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood will be hosts.

Mr. and Mrs. Rausch have planned a cocktail party prior to Thursday's cookout at the Frost barn and hosts at this luncheon will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holman Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. David F. Sanders. Mrs. Holman is chairman of arrangements for the two-day meetings and Mrs. Sanders is co-chairman. Mrs. Arthur D. Seybold is president of the Plainfield Garden Club.

Monday, October 5, 1970 Courier-News

Taken Friday April 27, 1956

Tuesday, May 8, 1956

Tea to Honor Pioneer in Planting of Dogwood

Almost as though it had the power of imagination, the dogwood in Cornus (Dogwood) Dr., Cedar Brook Park, is expected to reach its annual stage of flowering beauty this week.

For tomorrow, at 4 p.m., members of the Plainfield Garden Club and its Cornus Arboretum Committee will hold a tea and reception to honor two pioneers in the 25-year-ago development of what has become the most outstanding horticultural display in this section of the country.

They are Mrs. Thomas van Boskerck and Miss Harriette R. Halloway and the tribute will be paid to them in the Field House of Cedar Brook Park, with Mrs. Robert T. Stevens acting as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Georges J. His and Mrs. William K. Dunbar Jr.

Commission Cooperated

Mrs. Van Boskerck suggested the planting of a vacant space in Cedar Brook park – then under development – with dogwood, in 1931, a suggestion which aroused immediately the interest of the Garden Club members. Support came from Miss Halloway and the then club president, Mrs. Henry Wells. Cooperation of the Union County Park Commission was obtained.

In 1940, plans were made for an extended planting, with Mrs. William A. Holliday and Mrs. William Tyler as co-chairmen. They approached the Park Commission and that body furnished a large boulder and suitable tablet for the drive entrance.

The 1931 planting had included 78 white and 17 pink dogwoods. In 1940, another 110 were added, on both sides of the drive. The Park Commission added a background of evergreens to make the setting even more attractive.

Plantings Expanded

The suggestion of W. R. Tracey of the commission led, in 1946, to further expansion of the plantings into a full arboretum. In its development, the advice and cooperation of Ralph H. Carver of the commission, was an important factor.

There are now 45 varieties of dogwood in the Arboretum, and some young trees are grown to add to the arboretum in the commission's nurseries. So extensive was the local display grown that it now is necessary to exchange with other arboretums in the nations, since the average nursery no longer has the capacity to supply rare and beautiful varieties.

By request, articles on the Cedar Brook Arboretum have been written for the Bulletin of the Garden Club of America and the Bulletin of the Arboretum organization in Seattle, Wash.

Dr. Donald Wyman, head of the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., has listed the Cedar Brook plantings in his authoritative "Arboretums and Botanical Gardens of America," a unique distinction.

One rare species is the "Cornus Nuttalli," native of the West Coast from British Columbia to Seattle, Wash. Told that it had once held a single bloom here, Dr. Wyman was astounded.

This year, the rare tree, planted by Miss Halloway, has nine buds.

Tuesday, May 8, 1956

Tuesday, May 8, 1956

Ralph H. Carver, Mrs. William K. Dunbar Jr., Mrs. Georges J. His, Mrs. Robert T. Stevens, Mrs. Victor R. King, Miss Harriettte Halloway and Mrs. Frederick Lockwood

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1942-1943: Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood

June 14, 1961 Meeting Minutes

The Plainfield Garden Club met today June 14th for a picnic at the home of Mrs. Robert T. Stevens on Woodland Avenue.

After the business meeting Mrs. Webster Sandford, pres. and Mrs. Frederick M. Lockwood, program chairman, reported on the annual meeting of The Garden Club of America, which they attended recently in Honolulu, Hawaii.

They showed slides and movies of the Islands of Maui and Hawaii and then told the Club of their further visit to Japan where for two weeks with other members of the Garden Club of America, they were guests of the Japanese American Society.

Receptions for groups were given at, The Akasaka Detached Palace in Toyko where they were received by the Crown Prince and Princes; at the Prime Minister's Official Residence by Foreign Minister and Mrs. Zentaso Kosaka, and at the American Embassy by Ambassador and Mrs. Edwin O. Reischaur.

Formal dinners were given by the The American-Japan Society, Society for International Cultural Relations, and the Japan Tourist Association at the Imperial Hotel in Toyko and in Osaka by the Governor of Osaka Prefecture, Mayor of Osaka, President of Osaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry, and the President of America-Japan Society.

Mrs. Sandford and Mrs. Lockwood showed pictures of the three garden parties they attended. Mr. and Mrs. Shojiro Ishibashi, President of Japan Landscape Architets, garden The Nomura Garden and at Oiso, former Prime Minister, Shirgeru Yoshida, now Chairman of the Welcome Committee of Japan, received them with this messafe of welcome. "The doors of our hearts and gardens are opened without reserve for your full enjoyment. It is our ernest hope that you will throughly enjoy the scenic beauties of our land and the spirit of fellowship and hospitality of our people."

Special performances in their honor were given at, The Imperial Palace Musci Hall to see the Geisha girls dance the famous Cherry Dance as guests of the Mayor of Keyto and at Senke Kaikan Hall, the traditional Tea Ceremony. Gifts from all these people and places were displayed on a bright red Japanese banner for the Club to help illustrate bring to life this most unusual trip.

Notebook marked "Japan" in Barbara Tracy Sandford's memorabilia

Contains descriptions of perhaps slides that have yet to be found.

Mote & wall of Imperial Palace in Toyko

Mrs. Oso and Hazel at lunch given by Gov. and Mrs. Azure (?) at Chingan-so Restaurant used to be private
Country folk dances for our pleasure

These are girls in regular Japanese Theater. All actors are men.

Women buying oranges at streetside market

Police escort of our seven buses

Pool & Tea house at Mr. Ishibashi
Pres. of Japan Landscape Comm.
Mrs. Arais
Sambeien Garden – Yokohana and farm house with bamboo tal??

Great Bronze Buddha at Kamakura
Incense burner

Clematis & rose garden of former Prime Minister Yosheida – now the real head of political Japan

Golden Camp - red banners

View from hotel window in Miyan – Osh-ita - tile rooftops

Train ride to Nagoya

Nagara River at Gifu for Cormor?? Fishing

Welcome luncheon at Hashokan by Governor & Mayors of Najoya Tea Company

Nagoya Castile & moat

Deer ??? in at Nara
Fountain for ??? hands & mouth before going into Horyinja Shrine Worlds oldest wooden buddha

George Robinson & Mr. Smith who was sent to cover our trip & reactions for the State Department

Todaiji Temple housing colossal bronze image of Buddha

Kasuja Shrine – temple of lanterns – 3000– given as memorial gifts
Oldest Cryptomeria tree

Green tea covered with bamboo mats as shelter

Goldfish store at streetside

Hawaii - April 26

The world from the air
Bryce Canyon

Hawaiian Village - hotel was built by Henry Kaiser
True Hawaiians who modeled costumes from the museum formally worn by queens

Diamond Hill house and garden tour

Begonia court

View of Honolulu & Diamond Head from gardens

Monkey Pod and Jacaranda Tree
Chinese Garden

Courtyard by tea house
orchids at Mrs. Walkers on trip of Oahu day

Japanese dry garden. Raked sand take the place of water.
1st reg?? garden – too busy


Royal palms at Dilling ?? houses – several place where had a picnic.
Orijjanal missionary house brought board by board from Conn.


View at breakfast from Moana terrace
Lava coast line

Maui – beach where tidal wave came in
Wet rugged mountains

Largest banyan tree in the world
Dillingham ?? ancestral homes 1717

Lahania Molichaki

flying from Maui to Hawaii

Creator of Mona Kela

Creator of Mona loa
Hanging baskets
rainbow art Hilo from Naualoa Hotel

Rainbow waterfall

Black lava beach ast Mt. Shipaua ??

Beefsteak plant – also bus limousine
Millet pond – used to be home of one of the Hawaiian kings

Crater of Hale mau mau from Volcano House

Conservation meeting of G.C.A. was on eruption of Hale in 1959

Black Sand beach

Hazel Lockwood

May 4, 2014

Thanks to PGC Archivists and Historians Jeanne Turner and Patti Dunstan, we now are able to enjoy a few of the films found in Barbara Tracy Sandford's basement last year.

This color home movie is of Barbara Tracy Sandford's trip to Japan in the Spring of 1961. Barbara was the PGC President and the Garden Club of America's annual meeting was held in Hawaii that year. Barbara, along with her good friend and PGC Delegate, traveled to Hawaii and then joined the GCA on the side trip to Japan. Barbara often remarked how this trip was one of the greatest experiences of her life.

1961 Japan by Barbara Tracy Sandford Part I

1961 Japan by Barbara Tracy Sandford Part II

Apologies for the silence – I did not have time to lay down a music track to further your enjoyment! The best bits are the scenes of the GCA ladies in their Mad Men suits, hats and gloves. Barbara was clearly missing her family as she captures many snippets of adorable Japanese children. Had to laugh out loud when Japanese billboards, taken from the bus, popped on the screen – Barbara probably considered starting "Scenic Japan" at that point!

The Other Face of Freedom This circa 1970's black-and-white film was discovered in Barbara Tracy Sandford's memorabilia. It was produced by the Road Information Program in Washington, DC. It begins with perhaps a more conservation-themed dialogue about how over-building and lack of planning hurts our nation's resources. However, it seems like the auto industry swooped in from Detroit and the film ends with this message: Highways are a tool for becoming a better America.

Enjoy a look back at some iconic images of our Nation and glimpse a little Mad Men-themed advertising. It will remind you of your grade school film strips ('memba those?). Even though this was made about 40 years ago, a lot is still the same. (Shout out to Diana – check out the image of the Admiral on the Mississippi under the Gateway to the West!)

December 28, 2014

Local blogger Dan Damon wrote this article, Suspicious fire at historic Plainfield building, regarding a fire at the Samuel W. Rushmore building on South Avenue. Many Rushmore relatives have been members of the PGC including current Affiliate Member Ginny Rushmore.

To learn more about this prominent family, click on these member albums:

Rushmore, Mrs. Murray (Helen Joy)
Rushmore, Mrs. Townsend (Jean Betram Murray) '20
Joy, Mrs. James R. (Emma Prentice McGee) '33
Mooney, Mrs. Wandell McMaster (Alice Joy McGee) '47
Joost, Mrs. Sherman Brownell (Marie Murray) '19
Murray, Mrs. James Everett (Alice Marshall) '20
Roome, Mrs. John Stanton (Dolores or "Dody" Murray) '57
Tilney, Mrs. Albert Arthur (Augusta R. Murray) '20
McGee, Mrs. Harry Livingston (Susan M. Howell) '18
McGee, Mrs. Walter Miller (Mary Alice Yerkes) '22
Lockwood, Mrs. Frederick M. (Hazel Marshall) '52
Lockwood, Mrs. William L. (Amy M.) '25
Marshall, Mrs. Henry P. (Dorothy Burke) '30
Howell, Mrs. Josephus Halsey (Romaine Ray) '22
Chambliss, Mrs. Leopold A. (Anna Scott Yerkes) '50
Eddy, Mrs. Charles Brown (Ellen Coolidge Burke) '15

And through marriage on her husband's side, the late Mrs. Webster (Barbara Tracy) Sandford '50.

Plainfield firefighters responded early Saturday evening to a suspicious fire in a historic factory structure at South Avenue and Berckman Street.

The complex of three buildings, parts of which are over a hundred years old, most recently housed the Royal Apex Company, a manufacturer of gutters and other metal and plastic extruded products. The buildings have been vacant since 2007, when Royal Apex was bought out by Berger Building Products, Inc., and operations were moved to Pennsylvania.

Originally, the buildings housed the Rushmore Dynamo Works, owned by Plainfield entrepreneur and inventor Samuel W. Rushmore. Rushmore made his fortune in patents and manufacturing several key improvements in automobile technology.

Among his notable inventions – or improvements on those of others – are the automatic starter, cooling systems for internal combustion engines, the flared automobile headlamp, a searchlight, and locomotive headlights. At one time, half of all the automatic starters used in American automobiles were manufactured in the Plainfield location.

Rushmore sold the business in 1914 to the Bosch Magneto Company, with the proviso that the Rushmore name be used on its products for a number of years. When Bosch violated the terms of the agreement, Rushmore successfully sued (see here) for $100,000 (which would be over $2 million today).

Bosch, a German company with a U.S. branch, established a separate U.S. corporation, headquartered in New York City. Because of suspicions of its owners' loyalty, Bosch was nationalized in both the First and Second World Wars – with control returning to private hands in 1948.

Though several area fire companies responded to the blaze, it was quickly brought under control. A source told me the fire is suspected to be arson, a determination that will be made officially by arson investigators.

Monday Afternoon Club Membership

1927 Plainfield Directory

Hillside Historic District

August 29, 2015

Hillside Historic District has announced a new website:

They have neatly listed the homes in the district in a similar fashion to our Homes & Gardens page.

It is no exaggeration to say that the PGC helped build Hillside. In fact our first club meeting took place at Mrs. Connor's home at 999 Hillside. Take a look at our PGC Hillside Historic District resident members:

807 Hillside Avenue
Browne, Miss Elizabeth B. '37

810 Hillside Avenue
Barnhart, Mrs. Noah Chisholm (Susan Stevens) '15

816 Hillside Avenue
Zerega, Miss Bertha Virginia '23

817 Hillside Avenue
Lawton, Mrs. Richard M. (Edith Clarke) '21

832 Hillside Avenue
Yates, Mrs. Frederick Washburn (Bertha Kedzie Cornwell) '15

921 Hillside Avenue
Detwiller, Miss Laura Cecelia '29
Detwiller, Mrs. Charles H. (Catherine or "Cath" Campbell), Jr. '57

922 Hillside Avenue
Atterbury, Mrs. Albert Hoffman (Emma H. Baker) '15

930 Hillside Avenue
Corey, Mrs. Ella J. '15

937 Hillside Avenue
Hunn, Mrs. John T. Sharpless (Hope Ivins) '37
Ivins, Mrs. DeWitt Clinton (Louise Morton Fox) '15
Ivins, Mrs. Clinton Fox (Marguerite Carpenter) '33

945 Hillside Avenue
Stevens, Mrs. Horace N. (Helen Coburn) '15

950 Hillside Avenue
Harlow, Mrs. Edward Dexter (Elise Cochran Martin) '15
Martin, Mrs. Francis A. (Mary Keech Turner) '22

955 Hillside Avenue
Wallace, Mrs. Frederick W. (Grace Seccomb) '15
deForest, Mrs. Henry Lockwood (Amy Brighthurst Brown) '33

966 Hillside Avenue
Warren, Mrs. Frank D. '15

970 Hillside Avenue
Barnhart, Mrs. Noah Chisholm (Susan Stevens) '15
Kroll, Mrs. Alexander (Nancy Dwinnell or Mrs. Prince H. Gordon) '60

975 Hillside Avenue
Runkle, Mrs. Harry Godley (Jennie Fitz Randolph) '15
Albin, Mrs. Leland D. (Jennie Hoag) '36
King, Mrs. Victor E. D. (Yasmina S.) '78
Whitehead, Mrs. James Harold (Jean Fitz-Randolph Heiberg) '43

980 Hillside Avenue
Hall, Mrs. Frederic L. (Anne Garrigues Wigton) '68
Stuart, Mrs. Linden (Jeanette W.), Jr. '52
Wigton, Mrs. Charles Benson (Garrigues) '45

982 Hillside Avenue
Baker, Mrs. Clifford Myron (Margaret Drayton) '32
Valiant, Mrs. John (Katharine Drayton) '40

985 Hillside Avenue
Stevens, Mrs. John Peters ("J.P.") '15
Stevens, Mrs. Horace Nathaniel (Helen Coburn) '15
Stevens, Mrs. John Peters ("J.P."), Jr. (Edith S.) '37
Stevens, Mrs. Robert Ten Broeck (Dorothy Goodwin Whitney) '37

996 Hillside Avenue
Wallace, Mrs. Frederick W. (Grace Seccomb) '15
Murray Townsend
Mooney, Mrs. Wandell McMaster (Alice Joy McGee) '47

999 Hillside Avenue
Conner, Mrs. William A. (Florence Tupper) '15
Wigton, Mrs. William Garrigues (Ann Hayes) '55

1000 Hillside Avenue
Lawrence, Mrs. Chester B. (Florence B.), Jr. '22

1005 Hillside Avenue
McWilliams, Mrs. Howard (Anna Louise Waldbridge/Mrs. Paul Taylor Brown) '22

1007 Hillside Avenue
Lockwood, Mrs. Frederick M. (Hazel Marshall) '52
Marshall, Mrs. Henry P. (Dorothy Burke) '30

1009 Hillside Avenue
Tracy, Mrs. Evarts '22
Tracy, Mrs. Howard Crosby (Minerva Bingham Lamson) '15
Tracy, Mrs. J. Evarts (Caroline Frederica Streuli) '22

1019 Hillside Avenue
Baker, Mrs. Clifford Myron (Margaret Drayton) '28

1030 Hillside Avenue
Stillman, Mrs. William Maxson (Ethel Lucile Titsworth) '42

1035 Hillside Avenue
Streuli, Mrs. Alfred F. H. (Frederica Michelle Dwyer Hooper) '15

1045 Hillside Avenue
Timpson, Mrs. Lewis Gouverneur (Helen Frances Waring) '15
Waring, Mrs. Orville G. (Dorothy Fleming) '35

1046 Hillside Avenue
Genung, Mrs. Alfred Gawthrop (Dorothy or "Dot" Madsen) '69
Madsen, Mrs. John (Evelyn or "Evie" Wilson) '70

1300 Prospect Avenue
Streuli, Mrs. Alfred F. H. (Frederica Michelle Dwyer Hooper) '15
Tracy, Mrs. J. Evarts (Caroline Frederica Streuli) '22

1234 Watchung Avenue
Stevenson, Mrs. E. Vickers '41

1239 Watchung Avenue
Brown, Miss Edna M. '34