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August 16, 2013
Je vous manquerai mon ami! Je vous amie!
August 15, 2013
Mr. Manchester was also my sophomore English teacher at HPHS in 1970. What a joy it was to attend his class. He is the only teacher that I can recall that could make dull English literature seem adventurous. What a truly inspiring teacher, who was dedicated to his students and fellow co-workers. What a great loss he was to HPHS when he decided to retire. I have fond memories of Mr. Manchester and my days at HPHS which I will treasure for the remaining days of my life.
August 15, 2013
Mr. Manchester was my English teacher at HPHS in 1966. He was a memorable man with a memorable mind. His legacy lives on in the thousands of students who passed through his classroom.

Anne Goshdigian

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August 14, 2013
Mr. Manchester was my English teacher at HPHS in the old school on Broad Street in 1958. After fifty-five years, I still remember his enthusiasium teaching us about The Tale of Two Cities. I am going to read it again in his memory.
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