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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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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Diploma of Robert Charles Rudolph in February 1978
Granduated in seven semesters, GPA 3.44 Cum Laude
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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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Bob Rudolph 1987 pocket datebook
Bob rents room at 138 High St, Coventry CT, then moves to 325 Babcock Hill Rd, Coventry CT
Bob and Laura first date 21 Oct 1987
Jer turns 5, starts kindergarten
Josh turns 4, starts nursery school
Matt turns 3
Liz lives at 145 Root Rd, Coventry CT
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Bob Rudolph 1988 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura marry and live at 21 Miles Standish Dr, West Hartford CT
Bob leaves CIGNA to start PC Wizards
Jer turns 6, starts 1st grade
Josh turns 5, starts kindergarten
Matt turns 4, starts nursery school
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Bob Rudolph 1989 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura move to 88 Riley Mountain Rd, Coventry CT
Jer turns 7, starts 2nd grade
Josh turns 6, starts 1st grade
Matt turns 5, starts kindergarten
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Bob Rudolph 1990 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 88 Riley Mountain Rd, Coventry CT
Jer turns 8, starts 3rd grade
Josh turns 7, starts 2nd grade
Matt turns 6, starts transition year
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Bob Rudolph 1992 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura move to 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 10, starts 5th grade in Glastonbury
Josh turns 9, starts 4th grade in Glastonbury
Matt turns 8, starts 2nd grade in Glastonbury
Liz moves to 360 Griswold St, Glastonbury CT
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Bob Rudolph 1993 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 11, starts 6th grade
Josh turns 10, starts 5th grade
Matt turns 9, starts 3rd grade
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Bob Rudolph 1994 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 12, starts 7th grade
Josh turns 11, starts 6th grade
Matt turns 10, starts 4th grade
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Bob Rudolph 1995 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 13, starts 8th grade
Josh turns 12, starts 7th grade
Matt turns 11, starts 5th grade
Bobby is born!
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Bob Rudolph 1996 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 14, starts 9th grade
Josh turns 13, starts 8th grade
Matt turns 12, starts 6th grade
Bobby turns 1
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Bob Rudolph 1997 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 15, starts 10th grade at GHS
Josh turns 14, starts 9th grade at GHS
Matt turns 13, starts 7th grade at SMS
Bobby turns 2
Becky is born!
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Bob Rudolph 1998 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 16, starts 11th grade at GHS
Josh turns 15, starts 10th grade at GHS
Matt turns 14, starts 8th grade at SMS
Bobby turns 3
Becky turns 1
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Bob Rudolph 1999 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 17, starts 12th grade at GHS
Josh turns 16, starts 11th grade at GHS
Matt turns 15, starts 9th grade at GHS
Bobby turns 4
Becky turns 2
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Bob Rudolph 2000 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 18, finishes 12th grade at GHS
Josh turns 17, starts 12th grade at GHS
Matt turns 16, starts 10th grade at GHS
Bobby turns 5
Becky turns 3
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Bob Rudolph 2001 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 19, starts Boston University
Josh turns 18, finishes 12th grade, starts Bryant College, transfers to Babson College
Matt turns 17, starts 11th grade at GHS
Bobby turns 6
Becky turns 4
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Bob Rudolph 2002 pocket datebook
Bob and Laura live at 315 Mountain Rd, Glastonbury CT
Jer turns 20
Josh turns 19, continues at Babson College
Matt turns 18, starts 12th grade at GHS
Bobby turns 7
Becky turns 5
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Bob Rudolph Phonebook of 1992
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Bob Rudolph Phonebook of 1994
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Bob Rudolph Phonebook of 1997
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Bob Rudolph Phonebook of 2000
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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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Certificate of Appreciation to Robert Charles Rudolph from Glastonbury Boy Scout Troop156 on 29 Nov 2017
Awarded in appreciation for helping the Boy Scout Troop get a new fundraiser off the ground. Rest Area Coffee Break fundraiser at the I-84 Rest Area in Willington, CT
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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.
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Daily Baby Calendar for Rebecca Sarah Rudolph with an entry for each day of her first year
Many days have a handwritten note by her mom
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Daily Baby Calendar for Robert Arthur Rudolph with an entry for each day of his first year
Many days have a handwritten note by his mom
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Dawson Family - p. 461
Dawson Family - p. 461
 
 
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Diploma of Laura Lisa Nichols in June 1979 from Edwin O. Smith High School
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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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Glastonbury Car Show in May 2011
1969 Black Corvette 427-435 won third place
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Glastonbury High School Commencement Program of Rebecca S. Rudolph from June 2015
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Glastonbury High School diploma of Rebecca S. Rudolph from June 2015
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Glastonbury High School diploma of Rebecca S. Rudolph from June 2015
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Glastonbury High School Essence Award to Robert Charles Rudolph on May 13, 2015 - GHS FIRST Robotics Team Coach/Mentor
Twice each year a limited number of students and adults are honored for distinguishing themselves as people of good character who live according to the values espoused in our Mission Statement and, in doing so, make significant contributions to our school
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Glastonbury High School ID of Robert Arthur Rudolph
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High School Diploma of Robert Arthur Rudolph in June 2013
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High School Diploma of Robert Arthur Rudolph in June 2013
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High School Diploma of Robert Charles Rudolph in June 1974
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Laura and Bob served first as Tiger Cub Leaders and then as Den Leaders for Josh's den during his entire time in Cub Scouts
This award in appreciation of their service to Cub Scout Pack 65 in Coventry, CT
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Lifetime Achievement Award to Robert Charles Rudolph from Glastonbury Boy Scout Troop156 in 2016
Volunteered for many years as the local Boy Scout Troop's Life Scout to Eagle Scout coordinator. Felt that if he was not doing some significant service for his community then he was not pulling his own weight in the community.
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Master In Public Policy Transcript of Joshua Sullivan Rudolph from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in June 2014
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Master of Business Administration Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society Certificate of Robert Charles Rudolph in June 2001
Finished first in his graduating class with a GPA of 4.16
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Master of Business Administration Diploma of Robert Charles Rudolph in June 2001
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Master of Business Administration Diploma with Regalia of Robert Charles Rudolph in June 2001
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