Englewood Historical Society

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The Englewood Historical Society, consists of some of the city's prominent citizens interested in preserving our history. It meets at Dwight Morrow High School, and maintains a page on the Library's website. [1]


At the 2014 Annual Meeting, the following persons were elected to two-year terms as Board Members of the Englewood Historical Society: [1]
~ At the Feb. 2015 these members were elected to the Board, on recommendation of the nominating committee.

  • Natalie Beaumont, 2nd gen. Past-President, of the League of Women Voters
  • Charlotte Bennett Schoen, Former City Council President
  • Bobbie Bouton-Goldberg, 1st Author, "Englewood and Englewood Cliffs", Arcadia Publ., 1998
  • Arnold Brown, Esq. Former State Assemblyman, Co-Author, "Englewood and Englewood Cliffs", Arcadia Publ., 1998
  • Frances Whelan Chartrand, Local realtor
  • Norman W. Davis, Former City Council President
  • Cynthia Golbe
  • Sondra Greenberg, Former Mayor, City of Englewood
  • Vreni Hartwig, Women's Club of Englewood
  • Will Lee, PhD, Assoc. Prof. English, Yeshiva University
  • Beverly Mitchell - Local realtor
  • Thomas Monroe, Local Historian
  • Olga Mosciaro, City Historian
  • Irmari Nacht, Artist, Co-Author, "Englewood and Englewood Cliffs", Arcadia Publ., 1998
  • ~Dr. Stephen J. Press, Founder, Féd. Int'le de Chiropratique Sportive, Chief Physician, USSR, XVIth Winter Olympic Games
  • ~Dennis Stapleton - Local Realtor
  • ~Charles Taylor - Church liaison


The following officers were elected for two-year terms [1]:

  • Co-Presidents - Beverly Mitchell, Norman W. Davis
  • Vice President - Irmari Nacht
  • Treasurer - Cynthia Golbe
  • Recording Secretary - Natalie Beaumont
  • Corresponding Secretary - Frances Whelan Chartrand



EHS Annual Award recipients [2]

External Links


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Webmaster. "About us". EHS Website. Englewood Historical Society. http://englewoodhistoricalsociety.org/about-us/. Retrieved 1/27/2015. 
  2. Webmaster. "Awards". EHS Website. Englewood Historical Society. http://englewoodhistoricalsociety.org/annual-awards/. Retrieved 1/27/2015.