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Images from an Earlier Englewood
Englewood Mountain House Hotel stereoscope slide
Destroyed by fire November 1887
(a few days before the first fire hoses were to be delivered)
Bergen Building (Engle. St. and Bergen St.)
Partially destroyed by fire in 1911
Some Special People of Englewood
(Anne Morrow Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart)
Dr. Leroy McCloud
FOR MORE IMAGES OF FAMOUS ENGLEWOOD RESIDENTS, SEE THE CALENDARS IN “SPECIAL EVENTS“
Gateway to Music (2016)
fRFran Honig with Kitty Kallen cut-out
Josephine English (Gynecologist) (Learn more in the 2018 Calendar)
Whittie English (Learn more in the 2018 Calendar)
Jim Lee Howell (center, Head Coach, NY Giants) and assistant coaches Tom Landry (l.) and Vince Lombardi (r.)
(Late 1950s) Howell and Lombardi were Englewood residents. Lombardi coached at St. Cecilia High School early in his career.
Calvin Hill, Bassist
Liberty Union School (originally near Liberty Pole, moved to Tenafly Rd. and Pleasant St., now private residence).
Cornerstone of the old Lincoln School – The original cornerstone of Lincoln School was buried in the courtyard on the Eastern side of the playground about 8′ west of the fence and about 2′ from the walk or black top. The plan for when the building was razed that this cornerstone would be removed and preserved in a safe place. (http://4thwardunited.blogspot.com/p/history.html)
Umpley Hall, Dwight-Englewood School
Gone But Not Forgotten