At Harvard I majored in chemistry with a strong inclination toward math.
I was one who liked to work with my hands as well as my brain.
I can't think of any relatives that ever went into science.
At the time my dog had a fungus on her chest that wouldn't heal and resisted treatment. I made an ointment with our product and it cleared up in two days. She lived to 17 years.
In those days I was terrible at athletics and never made a team, but quite easily led my class in academics.
I'll never forget the fall colors on the Berkshires.
Later in the fifties I got involved in kinetic studies using my long forgotten math background.
I was particularly good at math and science.
I was born in Taunton, Massachusetts on June 1, 1917, but I actually grew up in nearby New Bedford.
To my father, business was the highest calling, but to my mother, medicine was the top profession.
My family background was heavily slanted toward business and seafaring matters.
My family gave me the best in education.
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