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Lyn Dobrin: I’ll be speaking about Nat Goldstein. For the first 11 years of my life, I saw Nat every summer at my grandparent’s bungalow colony in the Catskills. He was a true zany and always made us laugh.
Mel Haber: Dr. William Turner Levy was an Episcopalian minister; the author of books about Eleanor Roosevelt, Frank Capra, and T.S. Eliot, and an English teacher of mine in1959 at the City College of New York. For me, what is most meaningful about him is that he was one of the most important influences in my life.
Joan Beder: speaking about Emma, a friend, a teacher, a role model.
John Waters: speaking about his grandmother, Catherine Hunt Waters
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