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Shattuck, S. F., et. al (ed.) / A history of Neenah
(1958)

Acknowledgments,   pp. iii-iv PDF (331.1 KB)


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                   AC KNOW LEDGMEN'TS
PEOPLE from the length and breadth of our Twin Cities have helped to assemble
the material in this volume. To single out a few who have been especially
helpful
is hazardous, but we take that risk:
John Studley-John's roots are deep in Neenah's past. His treatise on "Journalism"
    and his summary of the 1920's are but symbols of his cooperation.
C. H. el/te--Charley is responsible for the research and write-up of the
"Legal
    Profession" and in innumerable ways has aided the committee.
Charlotte McIntyre Charlotte contributed her literary "know-how"
and made the
     1940's one of the more readable portions of the book.
Lowell Zabel -Lowell's treatment of "Communications" in Part II
is a delight.
Dr. 7. M. Donovan--Out of his long association with the dental profession,
not only
    in Neenah, but in the State of Wisconsin, came the doctor's contribution
in
    Part II.
Ebbe Berg -Ebbe did a painstaking job of research on "Growth and Development
    of the Labor Movement."
Dr. and Mrs. T'. D. Smith-No one associated with the medical profession was
so
    uniquely fitted to deal with that section of Neenah's history as were
Dr. and
    Mrs. T. D. Smith.
Mrs. Arthur Rilger -If we may invade the membership of the Historical Committee,
    we would commend Mrs. Ritger for her persistence in assembling the Church
    History.
Mrs. William Burger-Helen carried the secretarial work of the committee from
its
    inception to the spring of 1956.
Mrs. Raymond Smith Without whose persistent research in so many fields and
her
    voluminous typing, this project would still be dragging its heels.
Mrs. Hugh Roberts Another member of the Committee. Her history of Neenah's
    schools is almost a book in itself.
  To this list we add our thanks to Mrs. M. L. Brandsmark for her painstaking
research and to those who helped with photographic material: George Huebsch,
and the Card & Camera Shop, Jim Auer and others at the News Record office,
the
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