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February 26, 2015

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Alan, Prof. Harvey came to mind today for no good reason (I'm a Union classmate of yours), and from a Google search, I came across "On the Road to Gopherwood". Very affecting, but for the bear meat. I'm aware, vaguely, you've had success as a writer, directing Columbia's MFA program, etc. It's good to know that the class of 1969 produced more than successful engineers, doctors, and lawyers. Prof. Harvey is well worth remembering. Thanks.

Gary, Thanks so much for your comment. I do remember you from Union--especially at WRUC! I've recently re-connected with Prof. Harvey through Facebook.

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