- Doug Clemmons, an attorney whom I have known since we both worked on Capitol Hill in 2009-2011, who accompanied me to Berwick for the Borough's historical association annual meeting.
- Ashley Kim, who read the entire book in August 2015 and commented.
- Frank Evina of Mocanaqua, Pa. (formerly 37 years with the Library of Congress),.
- Bill Selden of Berwick, Pa., and other descendants of ACF employees.
- The Library of Congress, the Bodleian Library in Oxford, the British Library in London, the Vero Beach Library, the Harvard Club of New York Library.
- The Society of Genealogists in London; the FDR Presidential Library in Hyde Park, N.Y.;
- Charmaine Caldwell, for many emails and interviews about her family
- Anne Harvey Gerli, granddaughter of Will Woodin, daughter of Anne Woodin Harvey – provided interviews and photos.
- Suzanne Phipps Hyatt, for some of my best photos and huge patience with details of the genealogy of the descendants of Will Woodin.
- John Mackall, descendant of William S. Rowe - interviews and email correspondence.
- Charlie Miner Jr., grandson of Will Woodin, son of Mary Woodin Miner – many interviews, a notebook, Raggedy Ann songbook, several photos.
- Woody Rowe, grandson of Will Woodin, and Libby Woodin Rowe – extensive notes and recollections.
- Lucy Sachs, descendant of William S. Rowe – access to family photo album and permission to use photos.
- Eve Woodin, great-granddaughter of Will Woodin, granddaughter of William H. Woodin II of Tucson, Ariz., daughter of Peter Woodin.
- Peter Woodin, interview.
- Mimi Rude Bell, for a wonderful set of photos she took with her father Charlie Miner in 2010.
- Bill Phipps of Bloomfield, N.J., for giving me access to his mother's giant album of clippings about Will Woodin's musical performances.
- William H. Woodin III, for new information about his father and grandfather.
|Album provided to me, created by|
Bill Phipps' mother.
|Visited Bloomfield, N.J., to meet|
with Bill Phipps.
Seth Bank, Reference Librarian – obtained several relevant books.
Judith Wolfe, local historian – helped search for photos.
Berwick, Pa. Press-Enterprise
Story by Susan Schwartz in April 2015 on my talk to the Berwick Historical Society. Well-written story, helpful to my thinking.
Berwick, Pa., Historical Society
Jim Stout, Curator of the Jackson Mansion
Devon Yacht Club, Amagansett, N.Y.
John Hossenlopp, former Commodore – answered numerous questions about Devon files.
Pat Hollmann, General Manager – referred me to experts on different topics.
Bob Tepe, former member of the History/Archive Committee – provided access to archives. Stephanie Fleetwood, former Archivist, author of Devon history – provided sources.
Doug Geddes, boat owner – referred me to Swede Edwards.
Alice Tepper Marlin – for enabling this work in countless ways
Robert Wick – Help with search for a student intern to assist with the work.
Ann Roberts - Introduced me to Anne Harvey Gerli, Woodin's granddaughter, and thereby got this whole project under way.
East Hampton, N.Y. Historical Association
Liz Neill, Assistant to the Director – assistance with tracing photos that were on display at the "Jazz Age" exhibit at the Clinton Academy.
East Hampton Library
Steve Boerner - Archivist, Long Island Collection
Children's Librarian - provided access to Raggedy Ann songbooks.
New York Public Library
Genealogy and Local History Section
North Sea Radiator, Southampton
Amund ("Swede") Edwards – huge set of Lloyd’s Registry annuals and other photos through which I traced the history of Will Woodin's boat, the Nanin.
Mystic Seaport Museum
Picture Department, Rosenfeld Collection.
East Hampton Star
Baylis Greene, for excellent editorial suggestions. The East Hampton Star published "GUESTWORDS" columns about Will Woodin on April 11 and August 1, 2013 and subsequently. These columns were very helpful for getting feedback and moving along the writing of the bio.