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Frank Duci memorabilia for sale by daughter

Nancy Denofio, daughter of former Schenectady mayor Frank Duci, reads a page in a 1950s General Electric booklet that highlighted her father’s dual roles as a GE lab technician and public servant. The booklet, and many other items from Duci’s life and careers, were for sale Saturday at her Saratoga Springs home.
Photographer: Ned Campbell
Nancy Denofio, daughter of former Schenectady mayor Frank Duci, reads a page in a 1950s General Electric booklet that highlighted her father’s dual roles as a GE lab technician and public servant. The booklet, and many other items from Duci’s life and careers, were for sale Saturday at her Saratoga Springs home.
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Nancy Denofio flipped through the pages of an old General Electric booklet, “Beyond the Paycheck,” stopped on page 25 and smiled. At the top of the page, her father, former Schenectady mayor Frank Duci, stood behind a model of the Schenectady County Public Library. “I was so proud of this,” she said. “These people are from all over and he’s the only one from Schenectady.” The 1950s-era booklet, of which she had duplicates, was part ...


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jncseacord
August 17, 2014
9:23 p.m.

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It certainly would be good if there are documents that don't sell, but reflect upon the person and leader Frank Duci is, that someone considers donating them to the History Center at City Hall to complement the mayor's papers stored in the City Archives.

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