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January 21, 2013
We will have great memories forever of George.
January 21, 2013
The Cleveland Institute of Art mourns the passing of George Gund III. We honor him for co-founding our Cinematheque, supporting us with his personal gifts and foundation support and leading a life of fun, engagement and passion for film art. For him, living well was indeed the best revenge.
January 20, 2013
I remember jumping into that freezing cold pool in Elko. We loved our stay there and love you.
January 19, 2013
Men in the Rough

Men in the rough—on the trails all new-broken—
Those are the friends we remember with tears;
Few are the words that such comrades have spoken—
Deeds are their tributes that last through the years.

Men in the rough—sons of prairie and mountain—
Children of nature, warm-hearted, clear eyed;
Friendship with them is a never-sealed fountain;
Strangers are they to the altars of pride.

Men in the rough—curt of speech to their fellows—
Ready in everything, save to deceive;
Theirs are the friendships that time only mellows,
And death cannot sever the bonds that they weave.

Arthur Chapman, from Out Where the West Begins, 1917
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