A0051 – Mayor Willard Pipes and Jean Rider Pipes Collection
Title: Mayor Willard Pipes and Jean Rider Pipes Collection
Date span: c. 1935-1963
Physical description: 1.5 linear ft. (4 boxes)
Language note: English
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Acquisition Information: No information available.
Preferred Citation: Collection title including series, box, and folder numbers, Boynton Beach City Library
Historical Note: Jay Willard Pipes (1893-1979), retired as Vice President of Pepsi-Cola, and moved to Boynton Beach in c. 1948 with wife Jean. They owned three commercial fishing boats in Boynton Beach, and Pipes served as Mayor of Boynton Beach for about 6 months in 1962. Pipes married Sarah Beatrice Wolz in 1918; they were divorced c. 1935. He then married Jean Rider (1913-1999). Jean Rider and her sister Loma performed as a “sister act” of singing and dancing at many venues throughout the Midwest in the 1930s before her marriage to Pipes in 1940. After moving to Boynton Beach, Jean Pipes was very active in the community, especially with the Republican party.
Scope and Content Note: Chiefly awards given to J. Willard Pipes. Also publicity photographs of the “Rider Sisters,” c. 1935 and a small amount of material concerning the Park Shore Manor house.
Processing Information: Collection processed in 2017 / sms
Date of finding aid: April 2019 / gc
Photo marked “unknown man”
1 clipping about Park Shores Manor (Real Estate Development)
Awards 1940, 1941, 1953
Memorabilia, including ribbons and membership cards
Park Shores Manor material, including sales brochure, floor plans (1963)
Photographs: Unidentified, Rider sisters (c. 1935), Jean Rider (c. 1970)
Yacht Log Book, mostly empty