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Vol. 63, No. 1; JANUARY–MARCH 2019
IN THIS ISSUE
Memories of a Farm on Ackertown Road
Laurie Hopp Rindskopf was born in Brooklyn but has spent most of her 64 years in Rockland County. She has a Ph.D. in psychology and a long career in human resources. She enjoys painting and photography and is interested in public policy issues, especially those that pertain to environmental protection, animal rescue and care, and health care. She and her husband have one daughter, who will soon graduate from Columbia Law School.
Your editor reviews an article on the website of the Piermont Historical Society entitled "Margaret Fallon (Peggy) Palmer: A Portrait of Sam Rayburn's 'Lady Friend" and the book In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery in New York's Hudson River Valley, 1735-1831.
From the Collections
Your consulting editor also serves as Senior Historian to the Historical Society. In this role, she spends much of her time researching and answering queries that come in from around the county and indeed from around the country. Marianne also devotes her Wednesdays to working on the Historical Society collections and meeting with researchers.
COVER PICTURE. Circa 1944: Barbara Stolzenberg driving a tractor at the family farm. From the Collection of Laurie Hopp Rindskopf.
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Editor: Marjorie H. Johnson
Consulting Editor: Marianne B. Leese
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