Archive for July, 2013

Catha (Levinson) McSweeney

Catha (Levinson) McSweeney My sister, Janet, and I went to Manumit, in Pawling, in the early 1930s starting, I think, in 1932), and left after 8th Grade. I’m delighted to find this website, but don’t recognize a single name -unless Hildy Lindlof is related to John L. and his sister(s) who were there, then. Like […]

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Broad Meadows

BROAD MEADOWS by Barbara Dutton Dretzin Note Added: We have a lack of clarity about when Broad Meadows first opened. Several of us think it may have been after the Christmas break of Dec ’41/Jan ’42. And that the oldest group from the main school (the Deltas) had one term there before the combined class […]

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Posted in: Broadmore

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How I Got To Manumit

Much as I enjoy the exchange of e-mails from the Manumitters of later years, I can’t help but feel a little left out. My brother Donald and I, are survivors of Manumit Pawling starting in 1928. I’d like to hear why you all ended up at Manumit in the first place. Where did you come […]

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Thoughts on Manumit’s Food

On a lighter note -My folks always sent food responding to my descriptions of Manumit meals. (I think that Wally is right that he was the one of the few who liked the food. Anyway, I was not a member of that tiny minority!) The downside was that everyone knew that there was food in […]

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Posted in: Food

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