Born in Denison, Texas. Resident of Pittsburgh. Married to Jeanne with six children. Captain in the Army Signal Corps in the South Pacific during World War II. Graduated from Texas A & M University. Employed with Westinghouse Electric Company.Active member of Western Reserve Numismatic Society. Volunteer curator of numismatics at Carnegie Museum.
obit: CW 4/16/2001
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Glenn Mooney's tongue in cheek observations on numismatics and more specifically on local Pennsylvania personalities within numismatics. Frequently mentioned individuals are Ray Byrne, James Sloss, William Woodside, Knabenschuh, and Wise. This archive was assembled by Mooney, and an index appears on pp. 2-3. Individual issues are titled "News Notes from Carnegie Museum Coin Section" and later "News Notes from the Numismatic Cellar." Content appears to be packed with "inside jokes" and distribution was likely limited at the time. Well written and a unique reflection of a small, tight numismatic community.