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Harry Steven ’56
Steven '56 Cycles the Erie Canal

During July, Harry Steven ’56 joined 300 others on an eight-day, 400-mile bicycle tour from Buffalo to Albany, along New York’s Erie Canal. The ride was sponsored in part by the New York State Canal Corp. to promote the historic importance of the Erie Canal, which recently was named a National Heritage Corridor. Steven was the oldest person on the ride (80 years) and was accompanied by his daughter, Sue Steven, and her husband, Craig Blasingame.

Rensselaer’s co-founder Amos Eaton, who took the Institute’s first students on geological tours along the canal in the 1820s, would be proud.

Rensselaer Magazine: December 2002
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