Some folks just have to be individuals, but we tried.
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> On Mar 9, 2020, at 9:51 PM, Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Nice Jim, and all matching suits (except the ties).
> At 3/9/2020 02:59 PM, you wrote:
>> Occasionally, I recall photos from a long time ago, and check to see if I
>> still have them in my files.Â This one is from the late 1940s, the time of
>> Speed Graphics and large flash bulbs, and was probably shot by Stanley
>> Coumbe, one of my classmates who shot for the college paper, The Reflector.Â
>> I found a black and white 8x10 glossy stuck between the pages of one of my
>> yearbooks, and scanned it.
>> This was the first of several college bands I played with, to help with
>> college expenses.Â This was about 1948, and there were still a large number
>> of veterans enrolled under the GI Bill. Looking at the group, I think all
>> except two or three were in that category.Â I'm the fourth guy from the
>> right in the front row. Red Terry, who ran the band at this time, is the
>> bass player.Â I think I can name them all, so I'm not senile yet.
>> The occasion was a Sorority Dance for the Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority.
>> Demand for large, 15-piece bands went away around 1950, when they were
>> replaced by smaller combos with loud amplifiers.
>> Jim Nichols
>> Tullahoma, TN USA
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