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Community-minded Curiale honored with Award
Patricia E. Meola
Georgianna Holmes was ahead of her time
Christine Siepert Smith
Moller family planted deep roots in Summit
Cynthia B. Martin
84 years of Summit History - on wheels
Sheila Duetsch & John Grasso
"Essentially a place of homes"
Patricia E. Meola
The Lasting Legacy of the Brothers Risk
Sheila Duetsch &
Summit Historical Society "Its Origin and the Long Road to a Permanent Home"
Marguerite Gabielle Courtot "Silent Film Star Born in Summit"
Patrick J. Kelly "World's Biggest Cop, but an Even Bigger Santa Claus"
Arthur James Cotterell "A Part of Summit's History"
The Summit Free Public Library- A Town Treasure
The Fish family - A long line of Summit Area Residents
The Van Cise Building - "The Summit Opera House"
The Story of Joe Medwick and Summit
A Summit Role in the American Revolution
The "Deafy" Lee Skating Pond
G. Morrison Hubbard, Jr. ("Morry") A Noteworthy Contributor to Summit
John Newman May, Sr., Founding Father of the Rose Industry
Dreams of The Major Leagues End with World War II
Shirley Wight Keeney
Edwin Scott Votey - Inventor of the Pianola Player Piano
War Took Toll on Summit veterans
The Soong Sisters - An Historical Footnote to Noteworthy Family
Summit's 1919 Basketball Champs and a Champ of a teacher
Madam Bey's - Training Camp for Champion Prizefighters
Bridget lane, Only Woman to Hold Position of Postmistress in Summit
Summit Playhouse-A Cultural Heritage
Hamilton Wright Mabie A Firtst Citizen of Summit
Horse and Buggy to Gold Cadillac
(Dr. John Meeker)
Thomas Worthington Whittredge Summit Resident and a Legacy in Hudson River School of Painting
World War I Ambulance Corp Formed in Summit in 1917
The Rev. Florence Randolph: Pastor of Wallace Chapel
Cold War Summit: Nike Missile Site, 1953-1963
Donald E. Bender
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