1930s




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1933

Clarence Wilson ’33 (KGCOE) writes, “This past spring, I celebrated my 100th birthday with my family: my son, Charles; his wife, Mary Ann Wilson; and their three daughters and five great-grandchildren. I graduated from RIT (a different name back then) during the depression years, in the engineering class of 1933. I was a member of the co-op program and spent the majority of my working years at Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester. I’m looking forward to my 101st birthday.”