Happy birthday Harold Clayton Lloyd, April 20, 1893.
He was very humble, he was very kind. He was very intrigued about anybody, very intrigued about life and enjoyed life. He was always seeking knowledge, whether it was from a word game, or mathematics or the photography. He loved 3-D photography. He took over 300,000 3-D photographs. Whether it was mastering paints, he came up with the secondary complimentary colors in oil paints; he was kind of a Renaissance man he was always pursuing a new goal or interest. And he always wanted to be on top of it. He bowled two 300 games in tournament play. He was always very competitive. But he was always very open for you to go talk to him, about a problem or anything. He was good with kids; he was great with my friends. He wasn’t snobby, he wasn’t nasty, he wasn’t full of himself. I can’t say he wasn’t temperamental, he didn’t like losing at cards.