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    Ellis, Edward. Staten Island: Goodbye to a Way of Life. New York World-Telegram and Sun, March 6, 1962. P. 21.
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    Felt, James. Sensible Zoning Protects Borough from Haphazard Growth. Staten Island Advance,* April 28, 1962. P. 20.
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    “50-Acre New Dorp Tract Sold for Shopping Center,” Staten Island Advance,* October 23, 1962. P. I, II.
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    McSheehy, S. S. City Speeds Lemon Creek Development. Staten Island Advance,* May 25, 1962.
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    McSheehy, S. S. Islanders Assured of Voice in South Shore Renewal. Staten Island Advance,* August 17, 1962.
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    McSheehy, S. S. Nursing Homes Lash Plans for Aged at Sea View. Staten Island Advance,* May 17, 1962.
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    McSheehy, S. S. Tunnel Under Bay to Assure Island of Plenty of Water. Staten Island Advance,* April 28, 1962. P. B2.
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    “New Research Institute Slated for Willowbrook. Staten Island Advance,* March 15, 1962.
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    Terkelsen, Stanley. Park May Not Rise on Fresh Kills Landfill before 1980. Staten Island Advance,* October 24, 1961. P. 13.