Thursday, December 10, 2009

Old Memory

I remember in the early 1950's going with my family to Daddy's graduation of the course in "How to Win Friends and Influence People. Dale Breckenridge Carnegie originally until 1922 when he changed it to Carnagey.
American write and Lecturer a developer of the famous courses in self-improvement , sales manship, and corporate training. Born in poverty on a Missouri farm. He is author also a biography of Abraham Lincoln. "Lincoln The Unknown" One of the core ideas in his books is that it is possible to change other people's behavior by changing ones reaction to them. He was an early proponent of what is now called responsibility assumption.
This was a photo of my father at a dinner at the Chamber of Commerce in Birmingham Ala I was 3 years old and do not remember living there. He is number 8 on right side of table. The photo was in the family album taken in 1942. Enlarge to see how handsome he was.

8 comments:

Mildred said...

What a wonderful photo and memory you have shared. Is this one of the many photos you have been working on lately?

Darla said...

Very impressive...going to pick up a box today to mail your grapefruit...turns out to be Christmas Fruit after all!!

Becca's Dirt said...

Not a single woman in the photo. Interesting about Abraham Lincoln - I believe the statement is very true.

Linda J. said...

That's a great 1942 photo of the chamber dinner.

Marydon Ford said...

G'eve, Patsy ~ Love your write. I enjoy history & Dale C. was a fascinating write. Fabulous photo.

The old blog closes down this week. TY for following me on the new blog.

Have a lovely eve.
Merry Christmas, TTFN ~ Marydon

W. Latane Barton said...

Oh my gosh, Patsy. You lived in Birmingham when you were little. I grew up just 35 miles from there. Small world.

bennie and patsy said...

Yes Milred this photo had been in my brothers attic, for years.

Darla fruit for Chistmas is like old times. We always got fruit at Christmas when I was a child.

Decca They did let woman in the good old boy thing in 1942.


It's a very small world, Latane.
Thank you Linda

bennie and patsy said...

Marydon I would not miss yor new blog.Your a sweet heart.