Publications

Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association Publications

In Our Own Words

In Our Own Words: The Best of the Dunn’s Marsh News, edited by Mary Mullen, 1990. This is a history of the neighborhood and the Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association and its accomplishments. It is mostly based on articles that appeared in the first 18 years of the hardcopy neighborhood newsletter, “The Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood News.” It is supplemented by articles researched and written just for this book and many maps, photos, and illustrations.
235 pages
Left: Cover drawing by Sara Killian
Below: Dedication page and Table of Contents
A copy of the book is available for $3.00, request your copy using the Contact Us form

Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood e-News

Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood e-News is an e-newsletter published on an as-needed basis since 2006, and sent to anyone who requests to be on the DMNA e-mail list. It generally comes out once a month or more often. Subscribe by making a request to Mary Mullen. Please give your name, address, and telephone number. This list is never shared, and it is sent out with your e-mail address hidden. Currently, a newsletter varies from a few pages to 20 or more pages. Often it is accompanied by attachments. Some are collages of photos of neighborhood events and places. Our e-mail newsletters from late 2009 to present are available at dunnsmarsh.blogspot.com

Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood News

Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood News is the hardcopy flyer/newsletter delivered door-to-door within the neighborhood to invite all residents to neighborhood events. One traditional event is the summer picnic usually held in August. Another is the Annual Meeting of the Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association where new Neighborhood Council members are elected to carry on the business of the Association between membership meetings. The Annual Meeting is held in September or October, as specified in the By-laws.

Both the Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood News (hard copy) and the Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood e-News are archived at the Wisconsin Historical Society, on the University of Wisconsin Campus, 816 State Street. Issues are available from 1973-1998 and then from 2006-present (2012).

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