He would take the Indians walking in the woods. He’d take them bowling. He’d take them over to Friendly’s for an ice cream sandwich — really tried to show them the culture and the place. I was on some of those hikes in the later years. Same thing, your family would go along, he would talk, ask questions. One of his favorite stories was taking two Germans hiking like over some of the trails on Mt. Greylock. And after a couple of hours stopping and asking really querulously, with some irritation, there were no guesthouses on these trails — much too long to hike without a guesthouse.

Craig Brown,
Former Political Science Professor