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A 'Gray Flannel' Trailblazer: From the Concrete Canyons of New York,
Pryor Devotes His Free Time to Preserving Open Space

BY EDWARD N. EISEN
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EXPERIENCED HANDS
Charlie Heimbold, L’60
Sam Pryor, L’53

Roberts waived the admissions process and invited Pryor to return in August to join the class. When he showed up six weeks later, the admissions dean was perplexed by the unorthodox decision but acquiesced to Justice Roberts.

It was at Penn Law that Sam found his niche. His grades and interest soared through three years of law school. Later he enlisted in the Marine Corps and then joined Davis Polk, where he once headed the firm’s Paris bureau. In his spare time he shaped organizational missions for such groups as the National Audubon Society, the Appalachian Mountain Club, the National Forest Foundation, and the Palisades Interstate Park Commission.

 
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