Lincoln Seitzman graduated as a mechanical engineer in 1943. He worked for thirty-five years in his father’s clothing manufacturing firm and won many industry awards for fashion design. He became interested in woodworking after he retired and began to design and build furniture for his family.
The New York 7th Regiment was a popular subject for photographers who set up studios in the camps. George N. Barnard's stereo photographs of the regiment were published by E. and H. T. Anthony and Company. Many members of the 7th also came to Mathew Brady's gallery in Washington.
Rich was a talented amateur who matured into a successful professional photographer. In 1901 he opened a photography studio in downtown Philadelphia, but little of his commercial work survives.
Susan Sloan was a painter before she turned to jewelry, and is known for her mastery of epoxy resin, which she uses to create deep, bright colors. Sloan currently teaches in the New York City area and holds workshops around the country.
David Leppla works in his Vermont studio with his wife Melanie Guernsey Leppla, also a glass artist, on a wide variety of sculptures and vessels. He received a fellowship in 1983 to study glass in Stockholm, Sweden, and was awarded a master of fine arts degree from Kent State University, Ohio.