Nutley, New Jersey, Books
By Anthony Buccino
Nutley, NJ, author Anthony Buccino's stories of the 1960s, transit coverage and other writings earned four Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism awards. He published five essay collections, three military history books and four photo collections.
The writer, editor, and photographer writes with clarity and humor in his verse and columns about growing up in the second half of the Twentieth Century. He has been called “New Jersey’s ‘Garrison Keillor’ ” or something to that effect,’ when that was a good thing to be called.
Buccino edited business news for 12 years at Dow Jones & Co. and The Wall Street Journal professional web pages. He worked for several years as an associate editor at TheStreet.com. He has written in online publications about life and growing up in northern New Jersey. For five years he wrote about commuting and transit in metro New York-New Jersey.
Our second volume about Nutley notables, the more than one-hundred people profiled here made a memorable impact on Nutley, New Jersey, throughout history to today.
We’ve co-mingled the people with the history of our town and although you might think you know your Nutley history, there are bound to be more than a few surprises here.
See Who's Who in Nutley Notables
NUTLEY SNAPSHOTS In Plain View
Volume one of a series of photo collections to showcase the all-around beauty and some of the history of the northern New Jersey township of Nutley.
Full Color on White paper; 126 pages
Nutley Sons Honor Roll - Remembering the Men Who Paid for Our Freedom
Biographies of the more than 130 Nutley sons who died while in service to our country. In the past century, 138 Nutley sons died while in service to our country. Three were killed in action in the Civil War, World War I took 17. World War II took 92 sons. The Korean War era took 12 sons. The Vietnam War took 9 sons, and preserving the peace during the Cold War set its toll at 8 Nutley sons. Here, in one source, beyond the names of the fallen, are their stories.
UPDATED September 2019
ISBN-13: 978-1479248834 349 Pages
Nutley Walk & Talk with author, historian, Anthony Buccino
Walk or bike through Nutley parks and learn a bit of history, too
Nutley Notables - The men and women who made a memorable impact on our hometown, Nutley, New Jersey
Nutley, New Jersey, has accumulated a wealth of celebrated and eccentric people who over-shadowed the salt-of-the-earth folks who lived here, raised their families and built the town into the place that Norman Rockwell only dreamed of illustrating for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post.
Nutley Notables includes Old West sharpshooter Annie Oakley who has a street here named in her honor; home-diva Martha Stewart who grew up on Elm Place.
Yountakah Country - A Poetic View of Nutley, Old and New
Local writer takes some history, some folk lore and some current news and mixes them together in this humorous and thoughtful collection of verse about the little town in north eastern Essex County. On these pages, Anthony Buccino brings together the Lenni Lenape, Annie Oakley and pizza wars.
Buccino's poetry collections may be out of print. Special orders - send email to author.
Belleville and Nutley in the Civil War
Compilation documenting the participation of the New Jersey towns of Belleville and Nutley in the American Civil War. Includes information on six local soldiers killed in action in the War Between the States, plus information on the battle campaigns in which they gave up their lives.
Martha Stewart Doesn't Live Here Anymore and other essays
A chapbook of essays focusing on the household trials of author Anthony Buccino, based on his Rambling Round newspaper columns. Read all about Dad vs. house (hint: house wins.) Collection is a 32-page preview of full-length Rambling Round collection.
Essays, photography, military history, more
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Notorious Nutley Notables
Murder, Major Crime, and the Loss of Innocents.
True tales of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, and bank robberies from a safe, peaceful New Jersey town
By Anthony Buccino
WW2 Letters Home From The South Pacific
Italian Americans of Newark, Belleville, and Nutley (Images of America)
Bad News on the Doorstep: Inspired by a true story
MORE NUTLEY BOOKS
Waves of Hope Paperback – by Ronald Edward Negra
Little Ant & the Ice Cream Mystery by Ilene Dudek
Down on Harvard Street by Theresa Quinn-Del Vecchio
The Unclever Fox by John Zeaman, Claire Zeaman
Michael Lenson (1903-1971): A Portrait by Barry Lenson
Fire in Our Lives by David Wilson
Positive Financial Karma by Daniel J Geltrude
A Dance Out of Time Paperback by Catherine Greenfeder
Trapped In My Body, In My Own Words by Melissa Centrella
The Real Nick and Nora Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Writers of Stage and Screen Classics by David L. Goodrich
The Striving Reach by Jack Suffren
Bad News on the Doorstep: inspired by a true story – by Joseph Rocco Cervasio
The History Of Nutley: Essex County, New Jersey (1907) by Elizabeth Stow Brown
The History of Nutley, Essex County, New Jersey by Elizabeth Stow Brown
Nutley - Images of America by John Demmer
Nutley (NJ) (Then & Now) by Marilyn Peters, Richard O’Connor
Images of America - Belleville, N.J. by Nicole Canfora
Branch Brook Park - Images of America
Italian Americans of Newark, Belleville and Nutley (Images of America)
Shelby’s Grace: From Abused Pup to Angel of Mercy
NJ Folk Revival Music: History & Tradition – by Michael C. Gabriele
The History of Diners in New Jersey – by Michael C. Gabriele
The Golden Age of Bicycle Racing In New Jersey by Michael C. Gabriele
Stories from New Jersey Diners – Monuments to Community – by Michael C. Gabriele
Annie Oakley – Illustrated, by Shirl Kasper
Shooting For The Moon: The Amazing Life and Times of Annie Oakley by Stephen Krensky, Bernie Fuchs
Bull's-Eye: A Photobiography Of Annie Oakley – by Sue Macy
Biography - Annie Oakley: Crackshot in Petticoats, Format: DVD
Annie Oakley, Vol. 1: 50TH Anniversary Edition, Format: DVD
American Experience - Annie Oakley, Format: DVD
Nutley Yesterday-Today edited by Ann A. Troy; illus. by Vivian Noyes Fikus
The Lady or the Tiger and Other Stories by Frank R. Stockton
Made in France: French Tales Retold With a United States Twist by Henry C. Bunner
I Have 4 Feet, He Has 2 by Janice V. Savage
Knight on Horseback by Ann Rabinowitz
The Patch and The Stream Where the American Fell by Ed Sykes
Up from Zero: Politics, Architecture, and the Rebuilding of New York by Paul Goldberger
Reginald Marsh's New York: Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Photographs by Marilyn Cohen
The Prints of Reginald Marsh: An Essay and Definitive Catalog of His Linoleum Cuts, Etchings, Engravings, and Lithographs by Norman Sasowsky
A Natural History of Shells by Geerat J. Vermeij
The heart repair manual: The Philadelphia formula for preventing and reversing artherosclerosis by Nicholas L. DePace and Steven Dowinsky, with Michele Sherman
Clara Maass; a nurse, a hospital, a spirit, by John T. Cunningham
No greater love: The gripping story of Nurse Clara Maass by Mildred Tengbom
WW2 Letters Home From The South Pacific
Nutley Notables: The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New Jersey
Nutley Notables: Volume Two: The men and women who made a memorable impact on our home town, Nutley, New Jersey
Nutley Sons Honor Roll, Remembering the Men Who Paid for Our Freedom
Belleville and Nutley in the Civil War – A Brief History
This Seat Taken? Notes of a Hapless Commuter
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