Doris Bradway: Wildwood’s only woman Mayor

“History is herstory, too.” ~Anon. by Cathy Tchorni worldly, separate from rural Cape May County, Wildwood “vibe” during the first half of

The Sweeney’s Old Shute Cottage, The new “Saoirse”

“Old places have souls.” ~Anonymous homeowner by Dorothy Kulisek Jim and Deb Sweeney, whose family trees both proudly began generations ago in Wildwood, possess an ongoing love for Wildwood that is evident

LAVANIA MOULTRIE’S LEGACY by-the-Sea

by Dorothy Kulisek In 1902, Lucinda Powell, a Seminole Indian from the Florida Everglades, sent her 12 year old daughter Lavania to Anglesea in North Wildwood to live with Captain Sam

Wildwood Memories! A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

by Ed Lewis I’ve lived in Ohio for forty years, but my memories of the Wildwoods are as clear as if they were only a day old. My family and I

Memorial Day 2018 Editor Letter

As I head into my 15th season of The Sun, it is with a grateful heart that I reflect on its humble beginnings by-the-sea, a nostalgic love letter to the

Throwback Cover

Young men playing guitar with friends around at resort From the archives of Aladdin Color, shines an original 1960s photograph of a group of teens at the Gondolier Motel in

Wildwood Post Office Murals

Did you ever stop to admire these murals? The historic post office in Wildwood, New Jersey was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which was completed in 1936,

Wildwood’s Urban Renewal Project

(photos) Then & Now on the NW corner of Wildwood & Atlantic Aves. by Anne Vinci For those of us that enjoyed the “Doo Wop” Era of the 50s and 60s,

Season’s Greetings from the Wildwood Historical Society

Taken outside the Vinci residence at 22nd & Central Aves. on December 17, 1967 of the North Wildwood Fire Department delivering toys to the pre-school children. Pictured are

History of Wildwood Parks 3 – The Home that once sat on magnolia lake

This park was actually not located on Magnolia Ave., but between Wildwood and Oak Ave. along New Jersey Ave. The lake was filled in and most of the land