Photos of my father in the Gallery

Greetings, readers. Today was spent finding and uploading photos of my dad. Several people have asked for them and I think putting them in the gallery of this blog is the easiest and best way to oblige. This is only a first step. For those who wish to have actual copies, I can still get them scanned and sent to you; except for the photo that melded to the glass and would rip beyond repair if we tried to remove it.

I apologize that this has taken so long but hopefully you will all agree that it was worth the wait. Please chime in with questions or comments and we shall respond.

I know that I intended to do a R.I.P. on Nelson Mandela, whom I admire greatly, but I feel that by now everything has been written about him already. I would like to say that it would have been so easy for him to lead his people to oppress the former oppressors, but he united the nation instead. He was a great man who changed that country for the better.

Until next time, with one of our usual longer blog entries, enjoy the day, take care, and happy reading.

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1 thought on “Photos of my father in the Gallery

  1. Thank you! I had on my to-do list to save a photo of your father as (as I commented earlier), he had profound effect on my life. I actually have sent the link to your “remembering my father” blog and comments to my grad students and some of my colleagues so that they can read in your words and the words of past students about the legacy of your father. Thank you for keeping up the blog!

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