Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS


In 2010, the Larchmont Gazette ceased publication. In 2011 the publishers donated all contents to the Larchmont Historical Society, which will continue to make the Gazette archives available online.



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Wallace Irwin Jr.

Wallace Irwin, Jr. (November 24, 1918 – December 2, 2009). International affairs writer and editor, Environmental activist. Son of writers Wallace Irwin and Laetitia McDonald. Nephew of reporter Will Irwin, brother of Herald Tribune and Los Angeles Times White House correspondent Don Irwin. Malcolm Gordon School; St. Paul’s School 1936; Princeton BA 1940, MA-1948. Loving, devoted husband of Barbara Sprott Irwin (1916-2001).

Wallace Irwin Jr.

Wallace Irwin, Jr.

Public Affairs Officer US Mission to UN, speechwriter to H.C. Lodge, A. Goldberg and A. Stevenson; Policy advisor and staff First UN Conference on Human Environment, Stockholm 1972; Senior Environmental Policy advisor and speechwriter to UN Ambassador George H.W. Bush. Editor-writer, UN Association USA. Head Editor, Foreign Policy Association, New York.

Environmental leader, volunteer and artist, Larchmont, NY, Westchester County. Board of Soundwatch and Larchmont Reservoir James G. Johnson Conservancy; Westchester Conservation Advisory Committee founder and board member. Beloved member of the Kendal community in Lexington.

Survived by son William Wallace Irwin, Beacon, NY; daughter Victoria Irwin Woolley and grandson Benjamin Irwin Woolley, Minneapolis; nieces Sarah Irwin, Millboro,VA, Edith Irwin, Eskdalemuir, Scotland; nephew Donald P. Irwin, Richmond; nieces Philippa Sprott, London, Nicola Sprott, Norfolk, UK.

There will be a memorial service for Wallace Irwin, Jr. at the Larchmont Avenue Church on Saturday February 13 at 11 am.  For more pictures go to www.IrwinPhoto.com/Wally, where there are also links to charities for memorial contributions.

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3 comments to Wallace Irwin Jr.

  • Judith Doolin Spikes

    Not only a tremendously accomplished and distinguished person but also a real gentleman, one of the world’s nicest guys, and a big fan of Larchmont. His passing saddens all who knew him–Judith Doolin Spikes, Larchmont Village Historian

  • Robert Funicello

    A determined friend of nature with the ability to convey well the reasons for his determination, and a truly good man.

  • Howie McMichael

    I remember well Wally’s old manual typewriter and his attention to detail while retyping the many revisions we made to write the original LWRP (local waterfront revitalization plan)for the Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont. It is the ‘Bible’ we use today to make local policy decisions at the CZM. He had strong feelings and ideas, but would always listen to other opinions. A true gentleman and friend to our community.