"I was still in high school when I climbed the Monument.  I went with Katherine and two boys, they were all in their first year of college. I don't remember who said: "Let's go climb the rock," but obviously we were searching for something to do.  We were pretty desperate for entertainment."  Dorothy Griffin

"I was still in high school when I climbed the Monument.  I went with Katherine and two boys, they were all in their first year of college. I don't remember who said: "Let's go climb the rock," but obviously we were searching for something to do.  We were pretty desperate for entertainment."

Dorothy Griffin

    "There was a kid named Howard Keats, 17 or 18 years old -- around my age -- lived down in Hopkinton on the main road towards Concord; wanted someone to go to California with him. He didn't have much money and I didn't either -- had about $55. We started in summertime. We took some food with us, we took blankets and we took junk."  Joe Cornett   

 

"There was a kid named Howard Keats, 17 or 18 years old -- around my age -- lived down in Hopkinton on the main road towards Concord; wanted someone to go to California with him. He didn't have much money and I didn't either -- had about $55. We started in summertime. We took some food with us, we took blankets and we took junk."

Joe Cornett

 

 "I doubt if a day has gone by in my life -- because I have such a great need for it -- that I haven't seen something beautiful. But happiness? I've had peak experiences; joy I know quite well, but I'm not sure what happiness is and I no longer seek it. I think it's kind of a thing that kids do. They think it's going to come and hang around."  Esther Titcomb

"I doubt if a day has gone by in my life -- because I have such a great need for it -- that I haven't seen something beautiful. But happiness? I've had peak experiences; joy I know quite well, but I'm not sure what happiness is and I no longer seek it. I think it's kind of a thing that kids do. They think it's going to come and hang around."

Esther Titcomb

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 "The afternoon before surgery Bob was playing in a walker and he was just as rambunctious as he could be. I felt horrible to think that the next day he was going to be so sick -- that I had signed him up for being as close to death as he could get."  Will Obendorf, from the Hewlett Packard cardio series

"The afternoon before surgery Bob was playing in a walker and he was just as rambunctious as he could be. I felt horrible to think that the next day he was going to be so sick -- that I had signed him up for being as close to death as he could get."

Will Obendorf, from the Hewlett Packard cardio series

 "In 1988 I was organizing the first American film festival in Russia. While I was in St. Petersburg one of the Soviet organizers came to me and told me that she had a little girl, Maria, who was dying of a heart defect and that she was not treatable in Russia. She asked if I knew any American doctors that she could write to . . . "  Jo Ann McGowan, original Executive Director of Heart to Heart

"In 1988 I was organizing the first American film festival in Russia. While I was in St. Petersburg one of the Soviet organizers came to me and told me that she had a little girl, Maria, who was dying of a heart defect and that she was not treatable in Russia. She asked if I knew any American doctors that she could write to . . . "

Jo Ann McGowan, original Executive Director of Heart to Heart

 "I was still in high school when I climbed the Monument.  I went with Katherine and two boys, they were all in their first year of college. I don't remember who said: "Let's go climb the rock," but obviously we were searching for something to do.  We were pretty desperate for entertainment."  Dorothy Griffin
    "There was a kid named Howard Keats, 17 or 18 years old -- around my age -- lived down in Hopkinton on the main road towards Concord; wanted someone to go to California with him. He didn't have much money and I didn't either -- had about $55. We started in summertime. We took some food with us, we took blankets and we took junk."  Joe Cornett   
 "I doubt if a day has gone by in my life -- because I have such a great need for it -- that I haven't seen something beautiful. But happiness? I've had peak experiences; joy I know quite well, but I'm not sure what happiness is and I no longer seek it. I think it's kind of a thing that kids do. They think it's going to come and hang around."  Esther Titcomb
T-S Ann. 3.jpg
 "The afternoon before surgery Bob was playing in a walker and he was just as rambunctious as he could be. I felt horrible to think that the next day he was going to be so sick -- that I had signed him up for being as close to death as he could get."  Will Obendorf, from the Hewlett Packard cardio series
 "In 1988 I was organizing the first American film festival in Russia. While I was in St. Petersburg one of the Soviet organizers came to me and told me that she had a little girl, Maria, who was dying of a heart defect and that she was not treatable in Russia. She asked if I knew any American doctors that she could write to . . . "  Jo Ann McGowan, original Executive Director of Heart to Heart

"I was still in high school when I climbed the Monument.  I went with Katherine and two boys, they were all in their first year of college. I don't remember who said: "Let's go climb the rock," but obviously we were searching for something to do.  We were pretty desperate for entertainment."

Dorothy Griffin

 

"There was a kid named Howard Keats, 17 or 18 years old -- around my age -- lived down in Hopkinton on the main road towards Concord; wanted someone to go to California with him. He didn't have much money and I didn't either -- had about $55. We started in summertime. We took some food with us, we took blankets and we took junk."

Joe Cornett

 

"I doubt if a day has gone by in my life -- because I have such a great need for it -- that I haven't seen something beautiful. But happiness? I've had peak experiences; joy I know quite well, but I'm not sure what happiness is and I no longer seek it. I think it's kind of a thing that kids do. They think it's going to come and hang around."

Esther Titcomb

"The afternoon before surgery Bob was playing in a walker and he was just as rambunctious as he could be. I felt horrible to think that the next day he was going to be so sick -- that I had signed him up for being as close to death as he could get."

Will Obendorf, from the Hewlett Packard cardio series

"In 1988 I was organizing the first American film festival in Russia. While I was in St. Petersburg one of the Soviet organizers came to me and told me that she had a little girl, Maria, who was dying of a heart defect and that she was not treatable in Russia. She asked if I knew any American doctors that she could write to . . . "

Jo Ann McGowan, original Executive Director of Heart to Heart

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