Fall/Winter 2019-20: 1950s
Donovan Kline, BBA ’57, Hendersonville, NC, wrote, “As one of six diplomatic couriers during the Cold War years of the 1950s, I’m on a videotape of our experiences traveling behind the Iron Curtain, which will be available permanently for public viewing at the Diplomatic Center Museum at the State Department in Washington, DC.
Between 1957 and 1977, I traveled 1,813,357 official miles on 326 trips (from 1 to 59 days) to 140 countries, including 32 trips to Moscow by air and rail. Personal travel during 12 years of living overseas took my total mileage over two million miles.”
Harvey Dunn, BBA ’59, Encino, Calif., wrote: “My book, Attention Seniors: A Complete Guide to Wealth and Happiness in Your Retirement, contains four manuscripts: 1) “How to become a millionaire at the age of 80” (I just need 45,000 more copies of my book sold to become one!); 2) “The 12 things to do in retirement to make you a happier person”; 3) “How to still be happy after 55 years of marriage” (fact or fiction?); 4) “How a sense of humor will add years to your life: My 35 years as an MC at the world-famous Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood.” Available on Amazon or on my home page, harveydunnbooks.com.”