Thomas came to the Villa, from Rome, for his senior year only, joining his younger brother Bob.
After the Villa, Tom attended Georgetown and has practiced law for the federal government — specifically, the U.S. Army. He recently became a grandfather, which accounts for this photo of Tom at a park. The cropping of the photo is unfortunate and hardly fair. (We have another photo here.)
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In letters to this office, it seems Mr. Booth still has many of the qualities we recall from Fribourg. He retains an interest in music, though his tastes seem little evolved since 1968. He recently attended a Eric Clapton-Steve Winwood concert and, earlier, was witness to the Cream reunion in New York City.
One may recall that these musicians were all the rage 40 years ago.
He still follows politics and literature, persuading a fellow Villa alumni to read all of Proust. (He has been forgiven)
Booth confesses to limited technical ability, which is clear from uneven nature of his notes to this office.
He and his wife Mary live outside Washington, DC.