theantijock saidI didn't know he was in his 90s. So he's between my parent's and grandparent's generation. I always thought him closer to mine. Some just transcend the generations.
He was active as one of the founding members of the Weavers back in 1947 or 48.
He was also in the Almanacs Singers(?) I believe in 1940. A group initially opposed to the US involvement in WW II who then turned to support the war effort of the allies. That alone would put him way up there in years.
I didn't agree with him politically all the time, but he was a great man with which to disagree.