Long Live Harvard
The oldest graduates of Harvard and Radcliffe present on Commencement day were 97-year-old Bertha O. Fineberg ’31, of Gloucester, Massachusetts, and 103-year-old Philip Keene ’25, S.M. ’40, of Wellesley, Massachusetts.
According to University records, the oldest alumni, apart from Keene, include: Walter J. Seward, J.D. ’24, 109, of West Orange, New Jersey; James G. Jameson ’22, Ed.M. ’26, 106, of Orlando, Florida; Albert H. Gordon ’23, M.B.A. ’25, LL.D. ’77, 104, of New York City; Marion Coppelman Epstein ’24, 103, of Boston; M. Louise Macnair ’25, 103, of Cambridge; Halford J. Pope ’25, M.B.A. ’27, 102, of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina; Edward Gipstein ’27, 101, of New London, Connecticut; Marjorie B. Walden ’26, 100, of Needham, Massachusetts; and Rose Depoyan ’26, Ed.M. ’38, 100, of Brockton, Massachusetts.
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