Harold Lloyd with daughter Gloria Lloyd at a costume party at Lloyd’s Green Acres estate in the 1920s

“To me, he was the best.  And he was so understanding.  He was a great humanitarian, too, to people, and I think that rubbed off on family. You could go to him with any question - it was such a comforting feeling.  We understood each other very well; we really did.  I miss him a lot - he had so many good ideals about living with people and how to treat them - and he was such a cheerful man.”  - Gloria Lloyd in 2005

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