Seigel, Rosemarie; Clary, Sheela; Siegel, Rachel
May 2009
Albany Law Review;2009, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p421
Academic Journal
The article presents remarks by Rosemary Siegel, Sheela Clary and Rachel Siegel, daughters of Albany Law School's Distinguished Professor Emeritus David D. Siegel, on his career. They reveal that their father loves to drink hot coffee and eat cold apple pie. They state that their father's favorite books are those written by John Adams and David McCullough. They also recall that their father had lived in different places in Brooklyn, New York, including at Ocean Parkway and at Pierrepont Street.


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