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Published on Mar 9, 2008
Eugenia Dean is an endlessly charming and brilliant interior decorator, who was also the wife and close association of Sidney W. Dean Jr. He was a major New York City civic leader with an abiding interest in defending the First Amendment and advocating for the democratization of access to Communications media. He is credited with, among other accomplishments, as being one of, if not the singularly most important "founding father" of Public Access Cable Television. Mr. Dean passed away in 1997 at the age of 91. Eugenia has taken upon herself to maintain distribute the voluminous contents of the Archive of his life's work. She was instrumental in establhing the web site dedicated to him and his activities over the years. The URL for the site is: www.vii.org/dean/afsd1c.htm . It can also be accessed by entering "Sidney W. Dean Jr." to a Google search.
Peter Stanford is a long time friend of both Sidney Dean and Eugenia and is founder of the New York City South Street Sea Museum and the founder and long term editor of the Major magazine "Sea History" (www.seahistory.org He was President of the National Maritime Historical Society for over three decades and Co-founded Op Sail in 1976 and the Statue of Liberty Parade of Sail in 1986.