Write Columbia's History
Remembering Jim Stallman
Harris Turkel
Alum
Columbia College 1966
Graduate School of Business 1968

With respect to Chauncey Olinger's story about the removal of the 116th Street subway kiosk, I would like to acknowledge Jim Stallman. Jim was a sophomore who died in the fall of 1962, after being hit by a car (taxi?) near the kiosk. He was a member of the swimming team and would have graduated with the class of 1965. His death led to the campaign to remove the kiosk.



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