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Johnny Nicholson, Whose Midtown Cafe Drew the ‘New Bohemians,’ Dies at 99

2016-08-08T20:32:39+0000

Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern cuisine in Manhattan to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.


Paid Notice: Deaths NICHOLSON, JAMES J.

2003-12-31T05:00:00+0000

NICHOLSON--James J. The College of New Rochelle community records with sorrow the death of James J. Nicholson, cherished friend of long-standing, former member of the Board of Trustees and its Chair from 1985 to 1991. Ever the man of wit, warmth and compassion, he stood in the midst of this community for almost three decades as one who served. Wise counselor, guide and leader, he inspired us with a breadth of vision and boldness of action, always imprinted with his characteristic reverence for p ...


Paid Notice: Deaths POLLARD, IRENE N. (NEE NICHOLSON)

2004-08-09T05:00:00+0000

POLLARD--Irene N. (nee Nicholson). On August 6, 2004. Of Bel Air, MD. Beloved wife of the late Reverend Doctor Irving S. Pollard. Interment Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Tarrytown, NY, on Wednesday, August 11, at noon.


Johnny Nicholson, Whose Midtown Cafe Drew the ‘New Bohemians,’ Dies at 99

2016-08-08T20:32:39+0000

Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern cuisine in Manhattan to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.


Paid Notice: Deaths NICHOLSON, JAMES J.

2003-12-31T05:00:00+0000

NICHOLSON--James J. The College of New Rochelle community records with sorrow the death of James J. Nicholson, cherished friend of long-standing, former member of the Board of Trustees and its Chair from 1985 to 1991. Ever the man of wit, warmth and compassion, he stood in the midst of this community for almost three decades as one who served. Wise counselor, guide and leader, he inspired us with a breadth of vision and boldness of action, always imprinted with his characteristic reverence for p ...


Paid Notice: Deaths POLLARD, IRENE N. (NEE NICHOLSON)

2004-08-09T05:00:00+0000

POLLARD--Irene N. (nee Nicholson). On August 6, 2004. Of Bel Air, MD. Beloved wife of the late Reverend Doctor Irving S. Pollard. Interment Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Tarrytown, NY, on Wednesday, August 11, at noon.


Johnny Nicholson, Whose Midtown Cafe Drew the ‘New Bohemians,’ Dies at 99

2016-08-08T20:32:39+0000

Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern cuisine in Manhattan to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.


Paid Notice: Deaths NICHOLSON, JAMES J.

2003-12-31T05:00:00+0000

NICHOLSON--James J. The College of New Rochelle community records with sorrow the death of James J. Nicholson, cherished friend of long-standing, former member of the Board of Trustees and its Chair from 1985 to 1991. Ever the man of wit, warmth and compassion, he stood in the midst of this community for almost three decades as one who served. Wise counselor, guide and leader, he inspired us with a breadth of vision and boldness of action, always imprinted with his characteristic reverence for p ...


Johnny Nicholson, Whose Midtown Cafe Drew the ‘New Bohemians,’ Dies at 99

2016-08-08T20:32:39+0000

Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern cuisine in Manhattan to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.


Paid Notice: Deaths NICHOLSON, JAMES J.

2003-12-31T05:00:00+0000

NICHOLSON--James J. The College of New Rochelle community records with sorrow the death of James J. Nicholson, cherished friend of long-standing, former member of the Board of Trustees and its Chair from 1985 to 1991. Ever the man of wit, warmth and compassion, he stood in the midst of this community for almost three decades as one who served. Wise counselor, guide and leader, he inspired us with a breadth of vision and boldness of action, always imprinted with his characteristic reverence for p ...



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