From The Wabash to The Hudson to The Charles
Born in the depths of the Depression, February 9, 1935, to Victor and Marguerite Hall Albjerg, I seemed a miracle to them for I was incontrovertibly healthy. I was their fourth child, and the only one who lived. Our home was West Lafayette, Indiana, a town of less than 2500 residents focused entirely on Purdue University with only the Wabash River and several Indian battle fields providing diversion. We lived in a rented upstairs apartment over our landlords.1
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