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Dear Albright Reporter,
I was delighted to read the article about Dr. Tom Brogan in the spring 2011 Albright Reporter. I was part of his first group of students when he joined the faculty and was one of his first majors in what was then called urban studies. Whatever level of professional development I have had in my career as a public administrator, I owe in very large part to him. A city of Reading internship he hooked me up with was all that I needed to get my career started working with cities. To say that I am in his eternal debt would be an understatement indeed. Thank you for the wonderful article on a wonderful human being. - Sam Mamet '73


Dear Albright Reporter,
I recently read an article in The Albright Reporter about The Holocaust Center. To my surprise I had no idea that this even existed. My parents are both survivors, and my father had an extensive personal collection of all types of memorabilia; much of it, since his death a few years ago, is in the museum in D.C. However, I still have a few items in my attic. I was planning to eventually donate them to D.C. but after reading the article I felt that your center would be more appropriate. What I have is mostly propaganda type movie posters, and a few odds and ends. My father also published two books of his personal story, and I have a few copies that I would be willing to donate. - Wolfie Shay '69


Dear Albright Reporter,
I have been approached by a recently funded Holocaust museum here in Phoenix regarding an artifact that has been in my family for years. After reading the most recent Albright Reporter however, I feel that perhaps it may belong with you. I grew up in Reading and graduated from Albright in 1969. Until the article, however, I was unaware of your efforts there [Holocaust Library and Resource Center]. - Scott Dames '69


Dear Albright Reporter,
You produce a first class college magazine—the best I have seen. Congratulations on the awards for your magazine. I was especially pleased with the cover picturing the Chapel [Kachel] interior. I now have it framed under glass on my office wall. It has significant memories for me since I shared in services there on several occasions. Greetings to President McMillan. He's doing a great job! - Ehrhardt Lang '57

   

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