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by E. Douglas McLeod,Robert L. Moody Sr.,Henry Wiencek
E Robert Moody contributed a foreword to the book where he tells the stories .
Douglas McLeod, an attorney and a senior official of the Moody Foundation, is the brother-in-law of Robert Moody. A former state legislator, city councilman, school board trustee and Rotary Club president, McLeod has been associated with the Moody family since he served as a lifeguard at one of their Island hotels when he was a teenager. That is an association that is climbing toward sixty years. Robert Moody contributed a foreword to the book where he tells the stories of learning about business from his grandfather. The contributions of Moody and McLeod are, in my mind, very important additions to Mr. Wiencek's work.
Henry Wiencek; Foreword by Robert L. Moody S. The Mary Moody Northen Endowment then commissioned award-winning author Henry Wiencek to write a history of the Moodys of Galveston and their celebrated home
Henry Wiencek; Foreword by Robert L. Epilogue by E. Douglas McLeod. The Mary Moody Northen Endowment then commissioned award-winning author Henry Wiencek to write a history of the Moodys of Galveston and their celebrated home. Robert L. grandson of W. L. Moody Jr. and nephew of Mary Moody Northen, contributes a foreword, giving a brief introduction and personal tone to the book, which also features fifteen color photographs of the Moodys and their home. An epilogue by E. Douglas McLeod summarizes the family’s accomplishments and developments associated with the mansion since Northen’s death in 1986.
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Robert L. Douglas McLeod summarizes the family's accomplishments and developments associated with the mansion since Northen's death in 1986
Other Authors: McLeod, E. Douglas. a Intro - Contents - Foreword by Robert L. Moody Sr. - - The Moody Family - The Moody Mansion - Epilogue by E. Douglas McLeod - Notes - Bibliography - Index - About the Author
Other Authors: McLeod, E. Moody, Robert L. Format: eBook. Douglas McLeod - Notes - Bibliography - Index - About the Author. 588. a Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources. 590. a Electronic reproduction.
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Commissioned by the Galveston Historical Foundation, these works of art are intended to enhance the visual record of the buildings and the unique local architectural style that so many have appreciated over the years.
In June 2010, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University Press released The Moodys of Galveston and Their Mansion, a history of the prominent Galveston family and their celebrated home. Wiencek originally compiled the manuscript after the Moody Mansion opened to the public as a museum, education center, and location for community gatherings in 1991. Wiencek was born and raised in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
The Moody Mansion, also known as the Willis-Moody Mansion, is a historic residential building in Galveston, Texas located at 2618 Broadway Street. The thirty-one room Romanesque mansion was completed in 1895. The home is named for William Lewis Moody, J. an American financier and entrepreneur in the cotton business who bought the home from Galveston socialite Narcissa Willis. The mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 13, 1994