David Kaiser discusses A Life in History at the Harvard Coop
May 29, 2019
Celebration of the Life and Art of David McClelland
May 29, 2019
On Wednesday May 29th, there was a celebration of the life and art of our classmate David McClelland at The Signet Society.
See more images of David's work that were displayed during the event: //www.flickr.com/photos/181827690@N02
Honorary Members of Phi Beta Kappa
May 28, 2019
During the 229th Literary Exercises of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Iota of Massachusetts at Harvard College, these members of the Class of 1969 were awarded honorary memberships:
H. Nicholas Clark
Anne Whiston Spirn
Craig Lambert's feature in Harvard Magazine
'69 Classmates at David Kaiser's New Year open house
December 30, 2018
Bob Hall, David Kaiser, George Scialabba, Eliot Quill, Ben Levy
'69 Classmates at The Game in Fenway Park
November 27, 2018
'69 Turns 69!
We celebrated the 69th birthday of the Class of 1969 at Harvard’s Museum of Natural History with a visit to the extensively renovated exhibit of glass flowers. And then we continued the celebration with delicious food and friendly conversation at Nubar Restaurant in the Sheraton Commander Hotel, a short walk from the museum.
Radcliffe '69 Classmates at D.C. Dinner
Annual D.C. dinner on November 6, 2015, organized by Ellen Seidman and Tova Solo. Sixteen classmates attended, including drop-ins from Maine, Boston, and West Virginia.
50th Anniversary of the Class of 1969's Matriculation at Harvard and Radcliffe
We entered Harvard and Radcliffe in late September 1965 as the new Class of 1969! On the evening of September 24, 2015, classmates gathered at Nubar Restaurant in Cambridge to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our matriculation. Some of the classmates at this event are pictured above (l to r): Jonathan Rieder, David Kaiser, George Scialabba, Patricia Papernow, Ben Levy, Dick Low, Jeanette Clinkenbeard, Kip Schur, Douglas Chandler, Joel Clinkenbeard, and Sarah Smith.
Ode to the Library: Widener Turns 100
Narrated by John Lithgow ’67
Diana Mara Henry's Photographs
The Du Bois Library of the University of Massachusetts Amherst has acquired an extensive collection of photographs of historic events and persons by Diana Mara Henry '69, former photo editor of the Harvard Crimson. The special exhibit "Photographer: DMH" and many individual images are available online.