This Day in History: 1933-03-26
Dr. George Martin Ball, 67, died at his home in New York City. He was a specialist in nose and throat diseases, and was for many years connected with the New York City Children’s Hospital. He built one of the first homes in Mahwah east of the Turnpike, before it was developed as Cragmere Park. He lived in Mahwah for many years and was consulting physician to many Mahwah families.