This house was originally owned by Hugh Stoller who was a Bell Laboratories engineer and inventor. Old-timers still tell the story of the time the Stoller's baby, Judy, was extremely ill with pneumonia. The child was running a dangerously high fever. Dr. Peck, a respected physician who lived on Morris Avenue and very nice man, came over and placed the baby, wrapped in a blanket in the snow! The baby's fever soon broke and the child later recovered completely.
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