014 Sale of 301 Washington Street, email from Harold Higgins to William D. Chambers

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014 Sale of 301 Washington Street, email from Harold Higgins to William D. Chambers

Description

A printout of a personal email discussing a recent article about the sale of 301 Washington Street and life after retirement.

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Date

2011/01/21

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Language

English

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text

Identifier

C0001_Ia_B01_f01_014

Coverage

301 Washington Street (Columbus, Ind.)

Is Part Of

301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Series I. Subseries a., Box 1 Folder 1, Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN; 301 Washington Street: Cornerstone of Columbus, Indiana (digital collection).

Bibliographic Citation

Sale of 301 Washington Street, email from Harold Higgins to William D. Chambers, 1/21/2011, 1/1, 301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN.

Provenance

Bartholomew County Public Library

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Text

Printout of an email
Typewritten text (sheet 1):
Page 1 of 1
Chambers, Bill
From: Harold Higgins [HHlGGlNS22@[redacted]]
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2011 1:48 PM
To: Chambers, Bill
Bill:
Thanks so much for sending the article from the Republic. You certainly cut and taped the various pieces!
It's a bit of sweet and sour. There were a lot of good times in that building. It will be sad to see it in other hands. But I guess that is simply the evolution of life.
l would be delighted to hear what is next on your agenda. When you feel like talking I would enjoy hearing your plans for the future.
After a life of striving to climb the next mountain ahead, it is difficult to adjust to waking up in the morning and saying to myself "l really don't have priorities that must be done today." It is a real adjustment that I haven't achieved well . It is made more difficult by the fact that energy really does decline as you get older. I do exercise daily — of some sort, either walking or the elliptical trainer. But there is that "need to achieve something" which is difficult for me to reach. Perhaps I have my minds eye missed focused on the height of achievements to be made.
So I big I had to hear your thoughts.
Best regards Harold
1/24/2011

Citation

Higgins, Harold, “014 Sale of 301 Washington Street, email from Harold Higgins to William D. Chambers,” BCPL Archives, accessed August 8, 2020, https://bcplarchives.omeka.net/items/show/12.