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Choosing to Climb

George Heller’s Photo Gallery

Slideshow: George Heller, (far left) simultaneously translating at a Displaced Persons camp in Linz,
Austria, in 1946.
Slideshow: Heller, upon graduation from Temple University in 1951.
Slideshow: Heller on the cover of Computers and Automation, October 1965.
Slideshow: The Strudel Makers’ Undebugged Flowchart that Heller made for one of his countless strudel parties. (See his story about strudel making at http://www.hellers.ws/borrowed-time/strudel.shtml/ )
Slideshow: Heller makes strudel with granddaughter Becca Heller.
Slideshow: The start of Heller’s large scale program in the Washington, DC area that the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on in 1962 as “Breakthrough in High School Computer Education.”
Slideshow: AEDS cover October 1969 includes an article by Heller’s SKETCH student Ann W. Gifford, a ninth grader at Wappingers Falls, NY. Gifford and Heller are on the photo
Slideshow: George Heller reaches the top of the climbing wall in celebration of his 86th birthday.
Slideshow: Heller the optimist, spring 2010. (See his message about hatred and coping with adversity at http://www.hellers.ws/borrowed-time/hatred-response.pdf.)
Slideshow: Hatred…A Brief Response by George Heller http://www.hellers.ws/borrowed-time/hatred-response.pdf

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