Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's
Eugene Ray 1970's. photo credit: Tom Davis

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

+2018 FOCUS FOR BLOG FRIENDS+
>and all who are very special<


 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
ocotillo desert camp >should
be rebuilt as a vital museum!
economy desert prototype #1
 PROFESSOR VINCENT SCULLY
of yale university has passed away
we hope his archive shall be saved
scholarship is extremely important !
 BIOTRONIC ENERGY STRUCTURES
a special category of my oeuvre i pray
shall have a continuing effort of value
(some ways this is my profound work)
 UFO-ET RESEARCH IN 2018
this shall be a profound year for UFO-
ET research & revelations. stay tuned !
(this entire history is mind boggling) !
 RADIANT ARCHITECTURE OEUVRE
shall continue to be my internet focus. especially
w/ the need for>aerodynamic structures after the
hurricane wind and fire & mudslide destruction!
MARIANNE MY BELOVED WIFE
i share tony bennett's devotion to his bride
at 91 years of age! >how fortunate we are!
marianne & i realize how vital >synergy is
 GRATITUDE TO OUR FAMILIES
as we get older, our families have been extra
kind in their >concern & effort to help us in
the task of >transportation! we are grateful!
 FAMILY HISTORY IN FRANCE
the story of our family history in the french
orient forest near>st bernard de clairvaux is
fascinating & we continue our research task
FRIEND, ALUM, PROF DAVID FOBES
like profs kotaro nakamura & philip matzigkeit
all of SDSU, have been very kind to us & M&I
             (ALSO PROF ROBERT RAY,
             SDSU LIBRARY ARCHIVE)
have decided to give seed $ to a student award!

GRATITUDE FILLS OUR HEART
for the kind dinner hosted by our alums & friends
last saturday night in our honor & we continue w/
our >effort in behalf of building a better world< !

eugene ray, architect
prof, emeritus, sdsu,  

2 comments:

  1. Thank goodness I came to your site today! Last time I checked, there'd been no posting for many months, and I was concerned that I might not see another from you. Glad to see you are back. Your tracing of your family tree to France is of great interest, and the dedication to your wife profound. I've much to share, soon!

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