Excerpt from Memories of Joseph Henry Gest: Gentleman, Scholar, Administrator and ArtistWhile Mr. Cest greatly enjoyed the occasional visits of such experts as these, he was equally happy when imparting to his fellow workers his own ripe wisdom. He had an unusual gift of linking cause and effect in a fresh and striking way and of tracing the continuity of history. He objected to the use of the wor...
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