Guilford historian releases personal memoir

NORWICH – Now in his mid-90s, local veteran, historian and now author Archie Hubbard said he was excited to see the full-spread sheets which will make up his soon-to-be-released autobiography – “Memories of the 20th Century, Guilford and Upstate New York: As Seen Through the Eyes of Archie Hubbard” – coming hot off the press during a recent visit to Chenango Union Printing, 15 American Ave.



Yet it’s not just the fact that he’s seeing, for the first time, the results of five years of intensive labor – he simply loves to watch the printing press at work.

“I just love machines, I’m a machine person,” stated Hubbard, who seems to exude the energy and enthusiasm of a man half his age. “It’s awesome for Chenango Union to let me witness the actual printing of the book.”


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