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Sunday, June 14 • 2:20pm - 3:00pm
In Our Backyards: Keeping it local

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Thalia Goulis

Thalia Goulis and Marc Jablonski, both 21, are childhood friends and natives of Paramus. They have both been researchers for the Paramus Historical Commission, and they have also volunteered as docents at the Fritz Behnke Historical Museum of Paramus. | Thalia is a 2014 graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey, and is currently pursuing an advanced degree in Literature. Outside of historical research and her studies, Thalia is working on her... Read More →

Marc Jablonski

A current senior at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, Marc is studying Anthropology, French, and Art. As a part of his studies, Marc has extensive practice in researching and curating that has greatly added to the Paramus book. | In addition to his interest in research, Marc is a musician and he is an active member in Muhlenberg’s theatre department, composing and sound designing shows. | Thalia and Marc enjoyed putting together the... Read More →

William Neumann

William "Billy" Neumann is a Rutherford Historian and its most active Historic Preservationist. He is the author of the two most popular histories on the town, Rutherford: A Brief History (History Press 2009) and Rutherford: Images of America (Arcadia 2012) He teaches workshops on producing local history books, publishes articles on history, conducts guided tours of Rutherford, Paterson and NYC; and is a sought after lecturer on historic... Read More →

Kevin Woyce

Kevin Woyce is an author, photographer, and lecturer specializing in New Jersey and New York regional history. A lifelong resident of the Garden State, he grew up in East Rutherford and now lives in Lyndhurst. | www.kevinwoyce.com

Sunday June 14, 2015 2:20pm - 3:00pm

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