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The parks of Neenah: an historical interpretation

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Dunwiddie, William E.
The parks of Neenah: an historical interpretation
Amherst, Wisconsin: Palmer Publications, 1993
vi, 56 p. : ill. ; c 28 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] The parks of Neenah

[Title page] The parks of Neenah: an historical interpretation

[Contents] Table of contents, p. i

[Contents] Illustrations, pp. ii-iii

Acknowledgements, p. iv

Introduction, pp. v-vi

The village green--our oldest park, p. 1

Laudan Fields--our second oldest park, pp. 2-3

A Christmas gift to ourselves--Riverside Park, pp. 3-6

Wasteland becomes Shattuck Park, pp. 7-8

Fresh Air Camp, pp. 8-10

A park for Doty Island, pp. 10-11

Thank you, Mrs. Stuart!, pp. 11-15

A gift to the children of Neenah--Washington Park, pp. 16-18

Hard times helped create Island Park, p. 19

A pool with a view--Recreation Park, pp. 20-22

How a weed patch became Cook Park, pp. 22-24

Our most cleverly hidden park, pp. 24-26

Neenah's biggest park--Memorial Park, pp. 26-28

A dairy farm becomes Southview Park, pp. 28-29

Can a cattail marsh be a park?, pp. 30-31

Neenah's phantom park, pp. 31-33

Baldwin Park, p. 34

Quarry Park, p. 34

Whiting Boathouse, p. 35

Tolverson Corner, p. 35

A new concept in parks--Bill Miller Park and Trail, p. 36

S. F. Shattuck--a remarkable builder of parks, pp. 37-40

Appendix A: Neenah city map showing parks, pp. 41-44

Appendix B: Aerial Photographs, pp. 45-56

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