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1 7 Middlemay Circle
1957-1972*
Pia Zadora Singer & Actress, born Pia Schipani in 1954. Attended Our Lady Queen of Martyrs.

2 150 Burns Street
ca. 1952-1958
Bert Bacharach Academy award winning performer & composer of popular tunes in the '60s & '70s.

3 123 Greenway North
"Granston Tower"
1946-1953
Trygve Lie 1st Secretary General of the U.N. Hosted visit of President Eisenhower here in 1952.

4 150 Greenway North
1920s-1946
orig. resided at

50 Olive Place
1920
Fred Stone Popular vaudeville star who created the scarecrow role in the Broadway production of The Wizard of Oz (1903).

5 167 Greenway North
1984-1974
Mike Miranda
Convicted "mafia chieftain" caught in the Appalachian Conference raid in 1957 and implicated in the Anastasia barber chair murder case.

6 22 Deepdene Road
1967-2002
Geraldine Ferraro
Congresswoman and Ist woman candidate for the office of Vice President of the United States (1984).

7 40 Deepdene Road
1913-1923
Frederick Goudy
Celebrated & prolific type designer. Designed Goudy Old Style.

8 52 Deepdene Road
1964-1982
Jimmy Breslin
Lively newspaper columnist and political activist.

9 8 Markwood Road
(no record of ownership)
Grosvenor Atterbury
Architect contracted by Rusell Sage Foundation to plan.

10 27 Wendover Road
1928-1955
Dale Carnegie
Known for his expertise in public speaking & personality development and author of How To Win Friends and Influence People (1936).

11 275 Greenway South
1914-1930
Lyman Beecher Stowe
Author, Grandson of Harriet Beecher Stowe.

12 239 Greenway South
1925-1960
John V.L. Hogan
Radio pioneer, developer of the single-dial radio. fax & 1st FM radio station WQXR.

13 234 (studio) & 236 (home)
Greenway South
1917-1952
Adolph Weinman
Sculptor best known for his design of the Liberty half-dollar & Mercury Dime, interior & facade of NYC's Penn Station & the WW 1 Soldiers & Sailors Memorial in Flagpole Green.

14 64 Shorthill Road
1967-1979
Dr. Raymond Damadian
Pioneer in the development of the MRI using nuclear magnetic resonance to detect disease.

15 56 Ingram Street
1956-1974
David Caruso
TV Actor best known for his role in NYPD Blue.

16 20 Ingram Street
"Peter Parker"
Spider Man of comics and film alleged to have lived at this address.

17 105 Greenway South
1928-1063
Frank Ericson
Noted gambler who purportedly ran a gambling operation in his basement. He was considered the biggest bookmaker in the U.S.

18 129 Continental Ave.
1946-1957
John H. Sununu
Republican Gov. of N.H. & Presidential Chief of Staff for Pres. George H. W. Bush (1989-1991).

19 2 Olive Place
1926-1939
John F. Hylan
Former mayor of NYC (1918-1925).

20 25 Greenway South
1946-1986
James Kriegsmann
Prominent celebrity photographer. Known for his photos of Elvis & "Miss Subways" posters.

21 34 Greenway South
1943-1946
Branch Ricky
Brooklyn Dodgers owner who signed Jackie Robinson, first Black major league baseball player, in 1945.

22 65 Greenway Terr.
1953-1969
Thelma Ritter
Emmy & Tony Award winning actress who appeared in Miracle on 34th Street (1947) & Rear Window (1954).

23 6 Burns Street
ca. 1949
R. Buckminster Fuller
Mathematician, architect and futurist. Inventor of the geodesic dome and author of Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth (1969).

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