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No Sandra didn't know that but I visited Harvard whilst in Boston some years ago. Very imppressive.Yvonnne.
I've never visited Harvard. I'm sure it is impressive. Glad you got to.
No, you got me there, I didn't know it! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie
Heh.Thanks, you too, Val.Hugs received and returned.
They obviously recognised the seeds of greatness.
Sure didn't waste any time
Wow! Didn't know that, and he must have been super smart. More great trivia! Hugs, RO
My understanding was that he was an intelligent man. A veracious reader.
How it's grown.
Isn't that the truth?
Didn't know that.
A Thursday factoid for ya:)
I am catching up...how are you? Hope you are well and bless your sis in law. So this man could so outshine Trump in speech? Well, that doesn’t take much does it? 🤩
No it doesn't:)Hope you are well.
McCullough is such a good writer -- but I didn't know that one!
He is good.
Wow, only 15!
Isn't that amazing?
I imagine colleges were simpler than we imagine back then.
That's amazing. I love little squibs of history like this. It's hard to imagine, I guess, but probably all our great universities in the U.S. started out as small buildings, and many of them probably small "single" buildings.
Probably, Elizabeth:)Glad you liked the squib:)
frankie...we got one better N that....we ACED lunch brake at skewl ....AND.....grad ewe waited when we waz onlee 7 ;) ☺☺☺♥♥♥
The tabbies are so smart:)Have a great one, FSG.
Now, that's a campus I wouldn't get lost on.
Heh. I hear ya on that one:)
Didn't know that. Interesting.
Today's factoid.YOU have a pleasant, productive evening. Hope you get in all kinds of writing time.
I didn't know that either, Sandra. What I did know is, people at Harvard were terribly aloof.
And I didn't know about the aloofness. Thanks for sharing:)
I did not! But it doesn't surprise me!
I didn't know that …All the best Jan
I didn't know! Very interesting! Big Hugs!