Volume II of The Bronxville Journal, released in 2003, had an equally fascinating line-up: the Bronxville life of late-night television talk-show host, Jack Paar; the story of Samuel Alexander Scribner, a circus owner and burlesque businessman; an interesting but little-known connection between the architect of Bronxville’s Concordia College and Ellis Island; and William Lawrence’s plan for Sarah Lawrence College, the “finishing school for girls” that has become the outstanding college we know today.
- …Here’s Jack! The Public and Private Life of Bronxville’s Celebrity Television Host, by Nancy Vittorini
- The Circus Burlesque – and Bronxville?, by Carolyn Carosella Martin
- New York’s Art Colony: The Literary and Art Retreat At Bronxville, by Theodore Dreiser. Introduction by Marilynn Wood Hill
- The Architect of Concordia College: The Bronxville Legacy of Beaux Arts Architect Edward L. Tilton, by Eloise L. Morgan
- Setting a New Ship A’Sail: The Founding of Sarah Lawrence College, by Elizabeth Sargent