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Date Posted: 10:46:54 05/27/11 Fri
Author: Merry Maisel
Subject: Re: Mr. Haber
In reply to: Peter Gilinsky Jacobson 's message, "Mr. Haber" on 08:47:15 04/02/05 Sat

Peter meant Tom Huebner, and we've all been in touch,
so this was cleared up a couple of years ago.

>Thanks for the information on the hearty and robust
>Tom Schuller. Now how about the rather taciturn and
>morose but rather charming, in his way, Mr. Haber
>(first name?) Before he became an unhappy
>administrator he taught English and I seem to remember
>from his classroom (up the winding stairs next to the
>library) a kind of conflation of the tales of Johnny
>Tremain and the bawdy James Boswell. Does anyone have
>any recollection of this or of the whereabouts or fate
>of the hapless Haber? I'd love to write him a note of
>appreciation. (Also, Mr. Gray or Miss Morely, daughter
>of the well-known poet.....?)
>I was at Scarborough from 3rd grade through 9th,
>1948-54 when I left to finish high school in Hanover,
>NH. My stepdad, Armand Gilinsky, was head of the
>school board, and a very lovely guy - and I used to
>come back and visit at the school with my sibs, Armand
>jr/ "Skoker," Adam, and Annie Gilinsky on River Road.
>Many happy memories of Scarborough and delighted with
>this opportunity to relive some of them!

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