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July 12, 2012
Dmitri and I studied together at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge in the early 1950s. I remember especially the demanding musicianship classes with Melville Smith,Director of the School. I haven't seen Dmitri in years but miss him despite the hiatus. He was an only child, and I don't think he had living relatives. Cousins? Cynthia McCarthy Zaitzevsky
May 31, 2012
Miss you good buddy! RIP; and tear 'em up up there!
April 2, 2012
In June 2011 we looked for our common grandfather tomb in Peterburg (Petropavlovsk. island). Directress In Nabokov´s museum (Peterburg) tould us that Dmitri was ill, but we couldn´t manage meet with him.
We´ll maybe manage it lately by our Lord.
Pavla Hájková, Vladimir Petkevic, Prague
March 14, 2012
Dmitri lived on Craige St and I lived across the property line on Concord Ave in Cambridge ,Ma. My mother,Ruth Ford Duncan and Vladimir were acquaintances. Dmitri and I played together. We created fireworks and other minor explosives, andbuilt small wooden race cars that were propelled on a string with CO2 cartridge fuel. We lost touch after they moved to Wellesly.
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