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A History of Delaware County Pennsylvania and Its People, Jordan, John W., Editor, Librarian of the Historical Society of PA, (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1914), pp 826-827
A History of Delaware County Pennsylvania and Its People, Jordan, John W., Editor, Librarian of the Historical Society of PA, (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1914), pp 826-827
Five paragraphs from this published history discuss the Rudolphs of Springfield and Upper Darby, PA through the 1800s and early 1900s. 
 
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Bert Rudolph 1939 and 1940 membership cards to the Masonic Club of Stone Harbor, City of Cape May courtesies, Avalon Theatre and Park Theatre of Stone Harbor
Bert Rudolph 1939 and 1940 membership cards to the Masonic Club of Stone Harbor, City of Cape May courtesies, Avalon Theatre and Park Theatre of Stone Harbor
 
 
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Brief obituary for B. E. Rudolph, 12 May 1940
Brief obituary for B. E. Rudolph, 12 May 1940

B. E. RUDOLPH DIES; NEW JERSEY MAYOR

Bert. E. Rudolph, 49, Mayor of Stone Harbor, N. J., prominent church layman and insurance executive, died yesterday at his summer home in Stone Harbor.

Mr. Rudolph, whose Philadelphia home was at 1216 W. Airdrie st., was an official of the National Accident and Health Insurance Company. He was past president of both the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Christian Endeavor Societies and active in the Reformed Episcopal Church. He was unmarried and is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson. Funeral services will be held at 2 P. M. Tuesday at St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, Broad and Venango sts. Burial will be in Friends' Southwestern Cemetery.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph 
 
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Business card of Bert. Erskine Rudolph
Business card of Bert. Erskine Rudolph
His obituary mentions that he had 300 people working for him. 
 
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Cambridge Traffic is Like Chess - Poem by Robert Ernest Rudolph appearing in the Cambridge Chronicle while he was Director of Traffic
Cambridge Traffic is Like Chess - Poem by Robert Ernest Rudolph appearing in the Cambridge Chronicle while he was Director of Traffic
While Director of Traffic for Cambridge, MA, Robert E. Rudolph was in the Cambridge Chronicle newspaper regularly. 
 
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Cox, Elizabeth G. - Email on 31 Aug 1999
Liz describes all descendants of Ruth Martin Murray and Samuel Fogg Rudolph in register format.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Dawson Family - p. 461
Dawson Family - p. 461
 
 
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Doctor from 'Which' - Poem appearing in the Cambridge Chronicle directed toward Robert Ernest Rudolph while he was Director of Traffic in Cambridge, MA. Also includes his poetic response
Doctor from "Which" - Poem appearing in the Cambridge Chronicle directed toward Robert Ernest Rudolph while he was Director of Traffic in Cambridge, MA. Also includes his poetic response
While Director of Traffic for Cambridge, MA, Robert E. Rudolph was in the Cambridge Chronicle newspaper regularly. 
 
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Email discussion about the descendants of Joseph Thorpe and Frances Evans - Discussion by Elizabeth D'Attilio, Elizabeth Thorpe Hunsperger, Margie Thorpe Levers
A rich multi-month email discussion about the descendants of Joseph Thorpe and Frances Evans. A wealth of history and color. Beginning July 4, 2013
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Familia Luongo Wall Chart from the Luongo family in Italy
Shows the descendants of Pietro Luongo (b. 1794) and Barbara Maxiello (b. 1810)
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Farewell Article about  Robert Erskine Rudolph as he resigned as Director Of Traffic for the City of Cambridge, MA
Farewell Article about Robert Erskine Rudolph as he resigned as Director Of Traffic for the City of Cambridge, MA
Robert Ernest Rudolph was Director of Traffic for the City of Cambridge, Mass. from July 1962 through April 1969. This position was a high point of his career and he was always proud of what he'd accomplished there. This and the next four newspaper items were framed and hanging on the walls of his study until he passed away.

Cambridge had never had a Director of Traffic before. He was hired to bring order to the chaos, which he accomplished quite well. I remember one time when I was about six years old and shortly after he took the position, he brought me to the top of a tall building on the edge of Harvard Square to observe the traffic there. This may have been a view of Central Square, I was quite young, but I believe it was Harvard Square. As I remember looking down into Harvard Square, there were five or six streets that came together in Harvard Square at irregular angles. The square itself was a vast plain of umarked paved black asphalt. There were no lane markings of any kind, nor traffic lights, islands or crosswalks. Cars came in from the various streets and fought their way through the square to get out to one of the other streets. There were no orderly streams or lines of cars making their way through the square. Each driver crawled toward any opening that appeared to the left, straight ahead or right of where their car was at that moment. There were constant horns honking. It sure looked like chaos to me!

The position of Director of Traffic was contentious and political. He embraced and experimented with new approaches, some succeeding and some not. He attended the City Council meeting every Monday evening and usually came home drained. As he explained it to me, some members of the City Council had an axe to grind, or a business interest somewhere in the city that they wanted traffic to flow past, and if possible be stopped in front of their business interest, so that drivers would notice their business. He introduced alternate side of the street parking and parking bans during snow emergencies, which exasperated Council members if their home or their friends' home were on the side of the street that lost parking.

During snow emergencies, he drove the streets in his city-issued black Ford Galaxy 500 sedan directing city towing operations to enforce the parking ban. He became quite the excellent snow driver, once taking me with him during one of these snow emergencies. It was snowing hard at night and the streets were deserted. We crept down a narrow snow laden street with cars parked along both sides. We got to the end of that stretch and he needed to reverse direction to see it traveling the other way. So at the end of that stretch in the middle of the 4-way intersection under the functioning traffic light, he did a slow-motion 180-degree doughnut turn, rear tires spinning the whole time until through the 180 degrees, and then slowly crept back up the street the other way. Casual and under control. I asked about the doughnut turn and he said 'I do these all through every storm to get around.'

I remember in one of these snow storms, a particular City Council member who was especially unpleasant to him at many Monday night City Council meetings and who was unaccepting of the snow emergency parking in front of his house, had left his personal car illegally parked in front of his house during the storm. Robert happily directed the tow trucks to the council member's car and the car was taken away to an impoundment lot. Of course the council member called in wanting to know where they'd towed his car too. But they just couldn't seem to find the councilman's car! As I remember, it was three days before they located the car!

I remember him describing his approach for awarding a contract for purchasing parking meters for the entire city. Parking meter vandalism and coin theft was a constant problem. Each bidder for the parking meter contract supplied one of their candidate parking meters. The candidate parking meters were then installed by the city in a row beside three parking spaces. Then all on the same day, the bidders were invited in for a competition. Each bidder was allowed to designate one guy, bringing with him whatever tools he wanted, to break into his competitors parking meter for theft. The last parking meter still holding its coins would win the contract. So one big guy with sledge hammers and crowbars at each of the candidate parking meters, Go! But Robert said that in the end it had been unfair because one the bidders had gotten their competitor's parking meter up out of the ground, laid it flat on the concrete sidewalk and then wailed away at it with the sledge hammer, smashing it open. But the rules of the competition were the rules and that smashed parking meter lost, although Robert thought that perhaps it had been the best one.

At the end of his tenure as Director of Traffic, traffic in the city was dramatically improved. The current design of traffic patterns in Central Square and Harvard Square are his best known successes, lane markings on the streets, all modernized traffic signals and a computerized traffic signal control system. His default picture on his page here shows him sitting on one of the traffic control islands in Central Square, as designed by him. 
 
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Newspaper article  from the Beach Reporter of November 11, 1939 about Bert E. Rudolph being elected mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ
Newspaper article from the Beach Reporter of November 11, 1939 about Bert E. Rudolph being elected mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ

STONE HARBOR ELECTS MAYOR, 3 COUNCILMEN


Republican Candidates Have No Opposition; Voting Proves Lighter Than County Average


...Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, unopposed on the Republican Ticket, was elected to fill the unexpired term of the late Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart at Stone Harbor. He will seek election to a full term next fall


Stone Harbor - A Mayor and three Councilmen, already in office, were re-elected Tuesday in this resort where voters think the Republicans are doing so fine a job they don't even nominate Democratic opponents.

A smaller percentage of voters actually turned out at the polls here than for the county as a whole. Nearly three-quarters of the county's registered voters marked ballots, but scarcely more than half of Stone Harbor's eligible voters indicated there choice.

Bert E. Rudolph, member of Council for eight years, prior to succeeding Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart upon his death early this year, was elected to fill the unexpired term of the late executive. That means he must run again for a full term next year.

Councilmen John R. Biggs and John F. Gash were elected to full terms. Gash was recently appointed to fill the vacancy in Council caused by Rudolph's elevation to mayoralty.

Henry P. Miller, appointed several months ago to succeed the late Councilman Thomas F. Gowen, was elected to complete the unexpired term.

Borough Recorder John W. Nace was elected justice of the peace without opposition.

The five candidates received the following vote: Rudolph, 217; Biggs, 205; Gash, 201; Miller, 194 and Nace 198.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph 
 
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Newspaper article about Bert E. Rudolph being named mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ
Newspaper article about Bert E. Rudolph being named mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ

RUDOLPH NAMED MAYOR BY HARBOR COUNCIL


Acting Mayor Appointed in Surprise Move; Will Be Candidate in Fall


JOHN GASH APPOINTED TO SEAT IN COUNCIL


Stone Harbor - In a surprise move, Bert E. Rudolph, acting Mayor of Stone Harbor since the death of Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart in February, was elected Mayor of this resort Friday evening at an otherwise routine meeting of Council.

Mr. Rudolph took over the executive duties of the Borough at the March meeting, by reason of his office as President of Council.

Coming as a surprise to the spectators, who had felt Mr. Rudolph would continue as acting Mayor until the fall election, Councilman James E. McCaughey arose and offered the motion to make Mr. Rudolph Mayor. Councilman John G. Bucher promptly seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous. Borough Solicitor Lewis T. Stevens immediately administered oath of office.


Will Run in Fall For Unexpired Term

Mr. Rudolph thanked members of Council, tendered his resignation as a Councilman, and announced his candidacy for the mayoralty in the fall election for the remaining year in the late Mr. Gerhert's term. He will serve as Mayor, under the present appointment, until December 31.

John F. Gash, cottager for many years and very active in the Yacht Club of Stone Harb...



TOO LATE


Mother of Mayor Doesn't See Him Seated


Stone Harbor. - The No. 1 Spectator at the monthly sessions of the Borough Council missed the biggest moment of them all last Friday night.

Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, has religiously attended Council meetings for years, winter and summer. The only time she was not in her familiar seat near Council desk was when she was too ill to go out

Last Friday evening, Mr. Rudolph, in a surprise move, was elected mayor and sworn into office. Mrs. Johnson arrived just too late. She had been across the street attending a service at the Lutheran church.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph 
 
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Newspaper article about the death of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph
Newspaper article about the death of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph

BERT E. RUDOLPH DIES; STONE HARBOR MAYOR

Insurance Company Executive Is Victim of Stroke

Bert E. Rudolph, insurance company executive, died of a stroke early today at his summer home at Stone Harbor, where he was mayor. He was 49.

Mr. Rudolph was manager of the weekly industrial department of the National Accident & Health Insurance Co., 244 S. 8th st. He was also secretary and treasurer of the World Mutual Health & Accident Insurance Co., and the Gibraltar Beneficial Society.

He was past president of both the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Christian Endeavor Societies, and was active in the Reformed Episcopal Church. He was secretary and treasurer of St. Paul's, Broad and Venango sts., and superintendent of the Sunday school. He was also superintendent in the summer at Lutheran Community Church of Our Savior, Stone Harbor.

Mr. Rudolph was treasurer of the New York and Philadelphia Synod and the Home Board of Missions of his church. He also maintained a home at 1216 W. Airdrie st.

He became mayor of Stone Harbor in February of last year. He had served as president of council for four years. Mr. Rudolph, who was unmarried, is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph 
 
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Newspaper article about the death of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph from the Courier-Post, Camden, NJ, Monday, May 13, 1940
Newspaper article about the death of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph from the Courier-Post, Camden, NJ, Monday, May 13, 1940

MAYOR B.E.RUDOLPH, STONE HARBOR, DIES

Stricken With Paralysis Entering Auto After Attending House Warming

Stone Harbor, May 12. - Stricken with paralysis Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, 49, died yesterday at his home on Ninety-eighth street.

Mayor Rudolph was getting into his car after leaving the new home of Rev. and Mrs. Morris C. Walker when stricken. Mr. Walker is the pastor of the Lutheran Community Church of Our Savior.

A resident here for 28 years, Mayor Rudolph was widely known as a churchman and official of three Philadelphia casualty companies. He also maintained a Philadelphia home at 1216 West Airdrie street.

He became acting Mayor in February, 1939, on the death of H. Irvin Gerhart. He had been a member of council for eight years and its president for four years.

Last August council named him as Mayor and in November he was elected to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Gerhart. He had announced his candidacy for re-election at next November's election. Mayor Gerhart's term would have expired Jan. 1, 1941.

Mr. Rudolph was treasurer of the Home Board of Missions of the Reformed Episcopal Church of America and treasurer of the New York and Philadelphia Synod of the Reformed Episcopal Church. He was a past president of Pennsylvania State Christian Endeavor Society, a past president of the Philadelphia Christian Endeavor Society, a member of the board of advisers of the annual Assembly-by-the-Sea here, and a warden, vestryman and secretary-treasurer of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, Broad and Venango streets, Philadelphia. Also for20 years he was superintendent of the Sunday school of St. Paul's Church until his resignation a year ago.

He was secretary-treasurer of the World Mutual Health & Accident Insurance Co., Philadelphia, with which he had been connected for many years, and a member of two other Philadelphia insurance firms.

Mayor Rudolph was unmarried and is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, with whom he made his home.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph 
 
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Newspaper note in the Glastonbury Citizen, Glastonbury, CT on March 17, 2005
Note describes his achievements in college and graduation.
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Nichols, Joann Alberta - Daughters of the American Revolution Working Sheet through Fortunatus Nichols
Nichols, Joann Alberta - Daughters of the American Revolution Working Sheet through Fortunatus Nichols
 
 
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Nichols, Joann Alberta - Daughters of the American Revolution Working Sheet through Titus Moss
Nichols, Joann Alberta - Daughters of the American Revolution Working Sheet through Titus Moss
 
 
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Nichols, Reine Roy, In Memory Of - Written by her daughter Renee Nichols Lynes just after her mother's death - Oct 1997
Nichols, Reine Roy, In Memory Of - Written by her daughter Renee Nichols Lynes just after her mother's death - Oct 1997
 
 
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Nichols, Robert Henry Hobart - Sons of the American Revolution Filing
The complete and accepted 15-page application of RHHN to join the SAR. Includes original source documents proving his descendancy from Fortunatus Nichols.
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Paul Revere's (Second) Ride from the Cambridge Chronicle and Robert Ernest Rudolph's Rhyming Response
Paul Revere's (Second) Ride from the Cambridge Chronicle and Robert Ernest Rudolph's Rhyming Response
While Director of Traffic for Cambridge, MA, Robert E. Rudolph was in the Cambridge Chronicle newspaper regularly. In this article, he responds to A.Nonymous writing about him in Paul Revere‚Äôs (Second) Ride. 
 
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Phantom Corgi by Becky Rudolph
This 10-page story about an amazing Corgi dog and a girl named Jessi, was written by Rebecca Sarah Rudolph in March 2006, toward the end of third grade.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Rebecca Sarah Rudolph - Letters from Camp - 2006
A series of four wonderful notes Becky wrote and sent home from Girl Scout Camp in 2006.
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Rich Newspaper Article about Mayor Bert E. Rudolph's Funeral - More than 1000 attendees - Cape May Times, Sea Isle City, New Jersey, Friday, May 17, 1940
Rich Newspaper Article about Mayor Bert E. Rudolph's Funeral - More than 1000 attendees - Cape May Times, Sea Isle City, New Jersey, Friday, May 17, 1940

STROKE IS FATAL - MAYOR RUDOLPH LAID TO REST

More Than 1,000 Attend Rites for Harbor Executive

Stone Harbor - More than 1,000 persons, many of them permanent and summer residents of this resort, attended funeral services Tuesday at 2 p. m. at St Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, Broad and Venango streets, Philadelphia, for Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, widely known churchman and insurance executive.

Mayor Rudolph, who was in his 49th year, died Saturday at 5:55 a. m., just seven hours after he suffered a stroke here from which he failed to rally. Many of his friends viewed the body Monday evening at the funeral parlors of C. A. Quinby and Sons, 1125 W. Lehigh avenue.


Four Clergymen Officiate at Funeral

Four clergymen officiated at the impressive service. Among them was Rev. Morris Walker, pastor of the Lutheran Community Church of Our Savior here. It was in his car in front of Rev. Walker's parsonage, after Rev. and Mrs. Walker had been given a surprise party which the mayor attended, that Mr. Rudolph suffered the stroke that seven hours later was the cause of his death.

The other clergymen included Dr. Henry H. Trotter, pastor of St. Paul's; Bishop Frank V. C. Cloak, of the Reformed Episcopal Church; and Dr. James, close friend of the deceased and pastor of a Chicago Reformed Episcopal Church.


Bishop Praises 'Titanic' Character

Bishop Cloak, speaking from the pulpit in which Mr. Rudolph had preached on many occasions, as one of Philadelphia's outstanding churchmen, eulogized the later mayor for his 'titanic' Christian character.

A large number of persons journeyed to the Friend's Southwestern Cemetery, 65th and Spruce, where a Masonic service preceded interment.


Stone Harbor Cottager for 28 Years

Mayor Rudolph, who is survived only by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, maintained a summer residence here with her for 28 years. He was born in Philadelphia and attended Friends Select School. During the World War, he served as a Y. M. C. A. secretary at Camp Lee, Va.

At the time of his death he was vestryman, Junior Warden and secretary-treasurer of St. Paul's, and until his resignation more than a year ago, he served for 20 years as superintendent of the Sunday School. He was treasurer of the New York and Philadelphia Synod of the Reformed Episcopal Church, treasurer of the Home Board of Missions of the entire denomination.


Official of Many Organizations

Mayor Rudolph was president of Life Line League of Philadelphia; chairman of the Board of the Episcopal Endowment Fund of the entire denominations and a member of the general committee.

He was secretary and treasurer of the World Mutual Health and Accident Insurance Co., Philadelphia; secretary and treasurer of the Gibraltar Beneficial Society of Philadelphia, and manager of the Weekly Industrial Department of the National Accident Health Insurance Co., which operates in 20 states. Mr. Rudolph had 300 men under his supervision in the three organizations.

He became acting mayor of Stone Harbor upon the death of Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart February 21st of last year. In August he was appointed, and in November was elected to fill the unexpired one-year term of Mayor Gerhart. He served on Council eight years, the last four of which he was that body's president.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph
 
 
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Robert Ernest Rudolph - Business Cards
Robert Ernest Rudolph - Business Cards
Representing his career, left column, then right column 
 
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Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Aaron Fogg - No. 183
Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Aaron Fogg - No. 183
This history includes his name, birth date and parents. The entry is primarily a biography of Aaron Fogg. 
 
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Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Aaron Fogg - No. 48
Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Aaron Fogg - No. 48
This long and rich biographical and historical entry includes his name and his child Princess Eleanor. 
 
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Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Samuel A. Fogg - No. 482
Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Samuel A. Fogg - No. 482
This history includes his name, birth date and parents. This rich historical entry includes a couple newpaper social notes along with the obituary of Samuel Fogg. 
 
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Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Sarah Ann Fogg - No. 1220
Samuel Fogg 1628-1672 His Ancestors and Descendants - Sarah Ann Fogg - No. 1220
This history includes his name, birth date and death date. 
 
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Sarah Ann Fogg Album from 1844
Sarah Ann Fogg Album from 1844
A beautiful 59-page collection of "forget me not" and "remember me" verses written in 1844 and 1845 by her friends and some close cousins. This was around the time of her sixteenth birthday. Wonderful reading or printing. 
 
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This Experiment Just Didn't Work Out - Article aboout one of Robert Ernest Rudolph's less successful efforts while Director of Traffic in Cambridge, MA
This Experiment Just Didn't Work Out - Article aboout one of Robert Ernest Rudolph's less successful efforts while Director of Traffic in Cambridge, MA
While Director of Traffic for Cambridge, MA, Robert E. Rudolph was in the newspaper regularly. 
 
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Thorpe, Francis Charles, Jr. - Family History Letter dated 9 Jan 1999
Includes historical notes about Emma Louise Erskine's sisters Julia, Mamie and Grace; her mother Julia Klien Hornberger; her father Robert Erskine; her husband John Mason Rudolph; her son Ernest John Rudolph and his wife Julia A. Taylor; her son Robert Erskine Rudolph (Bert); and Frank Vache, likely husband of her sister Mary Erskine.
Includes name, birth and death information about his father Francis Charles Thorpe; hisvself Francis Charles Thorpe, Jr; his son Francis Charles Thorpe, III and his cousin Beverly Ann Rudolph.
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