Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Lee Vorderer - Some Links

The following data is from:

Lee Vorderer, M.Ed.

Academic Role: Instructor

Faculty Appointment(s) In:

Other Affiliation(s):
Shriver Center

Research Interests
Undergraduate teaching and masters level teaching.
Needs assessment Program planning and development.

Enid Zafran - Some Links

Here are some links on Enid's work:

Three books published so far. You can learn about them at

Enid runs:

Since 1989, Indexing Partners has been meeting the information needs of publishers, authors, and organizations. In 2005, we met more than 240 deadlines.

Indexing Partners LLC is operated by Enid L. Zafran. Enid graduated from Mount Holyoke College, and has a J.D. from Cleveland Marshall College of Law, a Masters of Library Science from the University of Kentucky, and a LL.M. in Labor Law from Georgetown Law Center. She worked in legal publishing for over twenty-five years, starting at Banks-Baldwin Law Publishing Co. in Cleveland, Ohio, where she held the positions of Vice President/Editorial and Vice President/New Product Development. Subsequently, she worked at Prentice Hall Information Service as Editorial Director of Non-Tax Services, and from January 1990-January 2002, she was the Director of Indexing Services at The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (BNA), Washington, DC. She is a past president of the American Society of Indexers (ASI) as well as a former chair of the local DC Chapter of the Society.

Steve Burgard - More Burgard Bits

Listen to Steve's latest podcast brodcast on WBUR:

A law that has never been used to prosecute journalists might become a new weapon for the Bush administration in what it says is its struggle to protect national security.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez suggested Sunday on ABC TV's "This Week," that a close reading of U.S. law shows reporters could be prosecuted for simply publishing classified information. But, journalism advocacy groups are already crying foul.

Professor Stephen Burgard, director of the School of Journalism at Northeastern University.

Here are links to Several articles written by Steve:

A link to an article Steve wrote for the Christian Science Monitor on the press and religion:

A link to something Steve wrote on Otis Chandler, the legendary publisher of the Los Angeles Times:

A piece Steve wrote on the press and faith-based politics for UC Irvine's Center for the Study of Democracy:

Tony Morse - Some Links

There nine other terrific pictures in Tony's photo gallery - going back to 1966!

The really nice thing to see is that our class has another "web dude". Please go to to see great photography!

Message from Joan Slavin Rice regarding Clarissa Gwaltney

Dear Friends…

I too was so sad to hear of Clarissa’s much-too-early passing.  Reading her obituary, I was pleased to see that both of her sisters live right near me.  I thought I would pass on their information for those of you who might want to write a note:

Elizabeth Gwaltney
245 Middle Street, Portsmouth NH  03801

Her other sister, Gail Ring, lives in Hampton, but an address was not listed in the telephone book.  Does anyone know if one of these sisters is also known as Suki, or has she passed away too?  I know they are older than Clarissa was.

Thanks for passing on the news, Fran.
Best, Joan Slavin Rice

Ben Bradlee - Bio #2


Ben Bradlee Jr. is currently at work on a biography of Ted Williams, to be published by Little, Brown.

He spent 25 years, from 1979 to 2004, with The Boston Globe -- 10 years as a reporter and 15 as an editor.

As a deputy managing editor, Bradlee oversaw the Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church from July 2001 to August 2002, and also supervised the production of a book on the subject, "Betrayal,'' which Little, Brown published to critical acclaim in June, 2002.

His first editing assignment was as Political Editor, supervising the paper's State House and City Hall bureaus in 1989 and 1990. He then served as Assistant Managing Editor for local news from January of 1991, to November of 1993, when he was named Assistant Managing Editor for Projects and Investigations. He was later promoted to Deputy Managing Editor, while retaining the same position. In that capacity, Bradlee oversaw the Spotlight Team (the Globe's investigative unit) and several other reporters who produced long-term projects or series. He also worked on an ad-hoc basis with reporters on the metropolitan, business, national and foreign staffs in producing special projects, and occasionally, wrote major pieces himself.

Larry Schell - Some links


Research Statement

My research concerns the interrelationship between biology and culture and focuses on biological responses to contemporary urban environments. The urban environment may be the new frontier for human adaptation because more and more people are living in urban environments and these environments are becoming less and less like the environments of our forebearers, i.e., more challenging. I have been researching this topic by looking at the health of people exposed to different features of the urban environment. I began with a study of how noise, as a type of urban stress, affected human development, both prenatal and post-natal. I have since branched out to consider other pollutants such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and lead.

I have two current research projects. One looks at the effect of lead on child physical and cognitive development in Albany, NY. It also examines the influence of nutrition and other maternal characteristics on the transfer of lead from mother to fetus and on child development itself. The second project seeks to address the growing concern about the effect of certain pollutants on sexual and physical development. It is a study of how PCBs may affect physical and sexual development during adolescence. This study is conducted in partnership with the Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne in upstate New York.

Graduate students working with me generally attack problems of interest to anthropologists using research methods common in epidemology and public health.

See full bio at:

more at:

Photo of Larry at the top Mt Alyeska in Girdwood Alaska in March 2006

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Larry Schell - Personal Data

Lawrence M. Schell, Ph.D.


Department of Anthropology

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics;


Associate Dean for Research,

College of Arts and Sciences;


Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Alex Field - Some Links

Alexander J. Field is the Michel and Mary Orradre Professor of Economics at Santa Clara University. A member of Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma, his research and teaching interests include American and European economic history, macroeconomics, and the economics of technological and institutional change. His latest article, “The Most Technologically Progressive Decade of the Century,” appeared in the September 2003 American Economic Review. Professor Field’s administrative positions at Santa Clara University have included chair of the economics department, associate dean and acting dean of the Business School, acting Academic Vice President, and member of the school’s Board of Trustees. Professor Field received his A.B. from Harvard University (1970), his Master of Science from the London School of Economics (1971) and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley (1974). He taught previously at Stanford University. Link to really nice article where this came from

Basia - Post from Poland - 05/27/2006

Have a few minutes @ the BP station In Elk.  We have been invited by ADA 's  "younger man" Stefann (yes yet another Steve). He is c. Steve Alban's age!

We are so lucky, because, it is light 'til c. 9pm. With the Pope in Poland it is very exciting.  The very first interviews after the first day of the Pope's visit was an interview w/ the former ambassador from Israel to Poland.  What's wonderful is the effort to bring forgiveness and understanding 'tween the wide variety of religions that are represented @ this papal gathering=road to peace.

That's what's great about Poland today- the Poles have finally been liberated to be their hospitable, friendly, partying selves w/ a strong sense of aesthetics and order-there is no litter so far as we've observed!  Various forms of yellow and orange=JOY -are now the predominant colors everywhere.

Bob Krim - Biography for June 2006

krim family

Probably hard for me to see sitting in Mr. Brisbois’s History class in the fall of 1964 glancing out from the second story classroom at the cars endlessly circling the old rotary in front of the Main school that what I was enjoying in that class would lead to a  professional career 40 years later, but so it is.

I enjoy my work, and my family– not that both don’t have their hourly challenges.  I married Dr. Kathy Anderson, a feisty red-headed pulmonologist in June ’97.  In May of ’98, a bit after my 50th birthday, our (and my) first child, Sarah, was born.  Ben, our red-headed nearly 6 year-old comedian, was born two years later.   For better or worse, I face a very different life for my 60’s than will probably most of my old friends.  I hope that others will bring their late in life kids along .

Friday, May 26, 2006

Dave Kennard - Wellscroft Farm

From the Wellscroft Farm web site:

Since 1975, Wellscroft Farm has thrived as one of New England's largest working sheep farms. Over the past thirty years, owner David Kennard, along with his shepherds have brought Wellscroft Farm to where it is today. In 2005, the eleven thousandth lamb was born on the farm, which now consists of a flock of roughly 200 commercial Dorset-Cross ewes. Located in Southwest New Hampshire, in the town of Chesham, Wellscroft Farm has built up its excellence earning it the award of Farm of Distinction in 1999. Continued...

Steve Burgard - NEU Director of the School of Journalism

Published in the Northeastern University web site:

Stephen Burgard, former Los Angeles Times editorial page editor, has been named director of Northeastern University’s School of Journalism. Born and raised in Cambridge and with strong ties to the City of Boston and to the Boston media, Burgard anticipates “moving Northeastern’s journalism program forward into the future, while addressing all media challenges of this 21st century.” Burgard’s areas of interests include religion, ethics, democracy, local area politics and sports. He succeeds acting director of the School of Journalism Alan Schroeder. Continued... page Steve's Book Hallowed Ground

Clarissa Gwaltney O’Hanley ‘67 1949-2005

Fran Atherton passed this on:

Clarissa O'Hanley

A memorial service will be held Sept. 10 for Clarissa G. O'Hanley of Eugene, who died July 17 of heart failure. She was 56.

She was born Jan. 4, 1949, in Boston to Robert and Clara McAllister Gwaltney. She married Leonard O'Hanley in June 1976 in Alaska.

he held a bachelor's degree in French literature from Boston University and a master's degree in finance from the University of Oregon. She worked as chief of accounting services for an Alaskan utility and as an accountant at the UO Computing Center. She enjoyed traveling the world to learn languages and cultures and was a lover of animals and nature. Her family will remember her as "an adventurous, imaginative woman with an infectious zest for life" and "a gleeful and perceptive sense of humor."

Survivors include her daughter, Tara O'Hanley of Anchorage; two sisters, Elizabeth Gwaltney of Portsmouth, N.H., and Gail Ring of Hampton, N.H.; and one grandson.

Saturday's service will be at 2 p.m. at the United Protestant Church in Palmer, Alaska. England's Memorial Chapel in Eugene is in charge of arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to an account at Alaska USA Credit Union in Anchorage.


You can see Chris in the middle picture of the front page combined Crown/News PDF file.

Alex Field - Reunion

OK Guys!  I give up - I have my ticket.

See everybody at Strawberry Night and at the picnic.


Basia - Another post from Poland

free use of computer @BP gas station in ELK , Poland!

This is going to stay w/ Rogalskis near Lithuain border-also known as the 1000 lake region in  poland-so far we have counted c. 63.  Pozdrowienia dla wszystkich.   When I'll be actually sitting @ a computer I will continue telling of our adventures from the mid grudziadz point on. we all are happy and very well fed-our eyes feasting on the beauty of Poland.


Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Steve Burgard’s Report on Attendence for Picnic

Hey Friends,

This is where {I think] we are as of today. First, the latest count for Saturday, noting a number of these appear not to have sent money to the school. This and Theo's note on internet-it-in party payment hitch suggest we collect at the picnic from those who didn't or couldn't send in.

Theo Armour
Steve Burgard
George Deptula
Bob Krim
Fred Lappin
Peter McManmon
Tony Morse
Neil Morse
Larry Schell  (has to leave early)
Allen Schiller
Jeff Rudman
Don Matson

Lenore wrote the other day she thinks about 6 from Buckingham.

Some of the above will have family or significant others.

Alex Field is possible, but I think unlikely.

Bruce Singal seem likely to me, assuming free that day. I have a call into his office.

(Mike Chamberlain will be there Friday only)

Other "friends of the class" who have indicated they want to be there: Nancy Waring, Cynthia Chace, Fran Atherton, maybe a few more:  These three have Buckingham connections but are not '66.

The bluegrass band is still a go for 2-4. Nobody has told me it's a bad idea to go forward. I would pay a kill fee at this point.

Helen is down to work child activities from 1-4. We expect Bob K to pay for this. Allen has Jeff lined up.

 regrets from:

Ben Bradlee
Ed Minot
Mike Bucavalas
Jack Mac
Jock Holden
David Kennard
Paul Ingraham
Steve Short

(I eventually am going to share some of what the above folks have written or said in phone calls. Most are really sorry they can't be there)

Outreach from me, but haven't heard from:

David Demaine
Tom Kensler
Andy Schlesinger
Bruce Merrill

Some others we need to hear from or talk with:

John Rowe  (Paul Ingraham was going to contact him for us)
Ned Griffin
Ned Grandin (work phone doesn't work)

The school will now have the above info too.

Cheers, Steve

Construction Blog - 05/24/2006

New registrations include Martha Fritz Fox B '67, George Deptula and Alex Field. Alex sent me some of his recent history.

Also I created passwords for David Demaine and Cynthia Point - so I hope they get in to the site soon. I had a nice telephone conversation with David today. He's pretty certain about coming to the picnic and hoping that Ned Griefen will come too.

I added two fairly recent pictures of myself that were published in a book about the Peggy Guggenheim Collection Advisory Board.

Just under the picture of the invitation to the picnic, there is a new link to the BBN web site so you can register and pay for the picnic. Hint. Hint.

There is a new page for Ali Al-Sarraf. I also wrote a comment about Ali sitting on Santa Claus' knee. This will be part of the effort to get the B&N boys with their own yearbook page - just like the pages for each Buckingham girl.

Added text from Basia's email from Poland.

Received an email from Eric Benke, Assistant Director, Constituent Relations, BBN, asking if I'd write a short report on '66 reunion activities by June 13. Replied "Can do" - which I like saying very much since it has such a straightforward '66 kind of feel to it. I probably ought to have replied "can prevaricate" as my nightly lodgings between the 10th and 13th will be Massachusetts, airplane, Paris and Venice.

Added text from Steve Burgard's email on picnic attendence.

Text of an email from Basia sent from Grudziaz, Poland

It's written a bit quickly, but you'll get the drift. Here's what Basia wrote:

greetings from the office of the director of the grudziaz library.

Rented ford deisel station wagon (kombi in Polish) and fled Warsaw cuz Pope coming and esp. around old city qwhere Karol lives is all filled w/ communications equipment, safety people and blocked off.

Just visited the barracks (built in1896) for men and used to be horses(now only 33 horses left and in Warsaw used only for official occasions) where papi was in cavalry school (1932-3) It is now transformed to the peace keeping communications unit 4 the UN. Fascinating. The woman director is also the volunteer care taker of the Grudziaz mi8litary unit and the god mother of their official (fancy) flag. Poland is still gorgeous and modern and wonderful. This afternoon going to the famous medeival fortress/castle in malbork -remeber Jas? and other kraks ? Then on to gdansk(where a class #1 church just 2 days ago had it's roof burned-now polish culture prservation commitee instead of individual churches will be organizing appropriate fire alarms 4 churches and other culturally important "stuff"gotta go love to all still no answer year of our wedding

Monday, May 22, 2006

Hot Off The Press! - Read All About It!

OMG, It's so frickin' awesome... Now take those words and drop back forty years.

Read about L Chastings Osgood III, Batman, water rat and mole and much much more. It's hilarious. How's this for a headline: "Earnest" Players Desrve Oscar for Wilde Performance.

The only issue is how to read the issue. It's tabloid size and your monitor is probably a bit smaller. You can try reading it using the Gallery, alternatively you might try the PDF version (also on the Downloads page) - which is probably going to be easier.
All in all it's not a bad piece of scanning. Each page was scanned twice - once at the top and once at the bottom then the two have were stiched together.

Construction Blog - 05/22/2006 - New Easy-To-Use Web Site Edition!!!

New Easy-To-Use Web Site Edition!!!

There are 18 registered users for but the only emails I've received have been from Lenore and Beth Jacobson. This sort of deafening silence usually indicates user interface issues. For example, people get lost somwhere in the site and don't know what to do.

Interestingly, the software employed to build this site is widely used. It's called wordpress. If you do a search on Google for "da vinci code" you'll get 170,000,000 hits. Do a search on "wordpress" and you'll get 154,000,000 hits. Thus both are very popular items. (The only difference is that nobody has ever heard of wordpress.)

With such widespread use, you would think therefore that wordpress should have its act together. But then you probably thought that Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou had their acts together. Anyway, as we can see, the default setup of worpdress has its issues.

As we have no 2,000 year old secrets to hide, I decided to recode dear old weirdpress.

Here's what's new:

All hyperlinks are underlined. This will make it easier for you to see where you can go.

An important link is the title of the site. Click on the title at any time to return to the home page. (This is true for all well designed sites but many people don't know about this.)

Also a "Home Page" hyperlink has been added to the sidebar (menu on the right).

Probably the most important new element is that the sidebar is more persistent. It should no longer disappear and reappear as you open certain pages. Now it should always be there. Please let do me know if the sidebar disappears unexpectedly for you.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have other ideas...

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Construction Blog - 05/16/2006

Just sent email to 44 class members - inviting them to view the site.

Updated the Directory page - added all the email addresses from Steve Burgard's email.

Strawberry Night Invitations: scanned and uploaded . Created new post for them.

B&N Bulletin, 1966 Summer edition - 28 images: uploaded and added to Photo Gallery.

B&N Bulletin, 1966 Summer edition - PDF file: added to Download page.

Increased font size on right side menu.

If you are coming here for the first time: Welcome. From time to time, I've been writing these "Construction Blog" posts that say what I've been doing and provide links to the new items.

Before too long, I hope that you won't even need to come to this site to see what's new. I will be adding a capability to email a copy of the new stuff to anybody who wants to receive it.

I look forward to your comments and suggestions...

Classes of 1966 40th Reunion Picnic Invitation


If you haven't already, click on this link now: register and pay on-line

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Alex Field - Recent History

Alex wrote the following to Theo in a recent email from Palo Alto:

I'm not certain I can make the reunion but I've certainly appreciated all the emails encouraging me to come.

In California since 1971, and have been in Palo Alto since 1974.   Our second child is finishing up her freshman year at UCLA; we've been wrestling with empty nest syndrome. Was actually just in Paris a week and a half ago; will be there again in early July.

Look forward to catching up with you, if not in Cambridge, in SF or Paris.  If you're in the South Bay, give me a call:  I teach economics at Santa Clara University.

Ali Al-Sarraf - Yearbook Page

Theo Armour - Recent Photographs

Theo at the 49th Meeting of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection Advisory Board in St Petersberg, Russia - looking a bit dozy.

Another picture of Theo in St Petersberg with daughter Cynthia to the left.

Monday, May 8, 2006

Construction Blog - 05/08/2006

New Bios

Page for Allen Schiller added with picture. Picture added to Mike Bucuvalas bio.


Good news: We received a comment at last - from Neil. Yippee! Bad news: We still have work to do...

Anyway, here's a link to where you can go for help: the Dashboard.

New Pages

Added initial version of the Directory - telephone & email page. This will be to help you get in touch with people quickly. You could even print this list if you are a PAPERazzi. Later I hope that everybody will have their own personal details page - with names of significant others, children, goldfish, etc.

I know there are some people people missing from the list. Your mission - should you care accept it - is to tell me who they are...

I have numbers and email for a lot of classmates. I will add these in the next few days. Once I've done the ones I have, I will ask you to add the missing ones you know about.

Coming Up

I've got another twenty pages of stuff to be scanned.

Allen Schiller - Alden Yacht Brokerage Biography


Allen Schiller began sailing small boats as a youngster on Cape Cod. Over the years, he’s participated in most major ocean racing events on the east coast, including six Bermuda races, five SORCs, several Marblehead/Halifax and Annapolis/Newport races.

A Massachusetts native, Allen grew up in Belmont, MA and has lived in Marblehead for 30 years. Following graduation from Bucknell University, he began a career in manufacturing plant operations, product development, and customer service. But it wasn’t long before his avocation of sailboat racing lead him to a career as a yacht broker. Continued midway through the page...

Saturday, May 6, 2006

Construction Blog - 05/06/2006

B&N Yearbook On-line

The most daunting task of this project is nearly complete. The Torch is on-line. Including the spring addendum, 151 pages were scanned. I do have a high speed scanner, but it's still extremely mind-numbingly tedious work (maybe even torchurous work??). In total we have over 250 images now on-line. Not bad for our first week of operation.

I have not yet skimmed through all the pages. Please let me know if there is a page that is upside down or badly cropped.


As I look over all the images, particularly the images of the First crew and Niel Morse's dudes on the beach as well as the individual images of each of the seniors I almost instinctvely want to add comments to the images - and I certainly do so to myself. The young have such beauty. They look so confident. And yet my memories of those times are certainly not overly full of confidence and I did not then perceive our classmates as handsome or beautiful as I see them now.

What do you feel about these images? Please let us know by adding a comment by clickin on the link that says either "No Comments" or "X Comments".

Buckingham Yearbook Senior Pages

I have completed creating all 21 pages for the Buckingham seniors. Somebody should look at these because I probably got a few names wrong - especially nicknames. Also some people may prefer their married names.

Soon I will start on the B&N senior pages.

New Pages

Colophon and Privacy Policy pages were added.

Next Steps

It's now about time to start to get other people thinking about this site...

Neil Morse - Dudes on the Beach 1965

Neil Morse - Dudes on the Beach 1966

Neil Morse sent in three photos from summer 1965. Have a look at them here.

Enid Zafran - Yearbook Page

Enid Zafran - Yearbook Page

Gail Wallins - Yearbook Page

Gail Wallins - Yearbook Page

Lee Vorderer - Yearbook Page

Lee Vorderer - Yearbook Page

Sarah Stever - Yearbook Page

Sarah Stever - Yearbook Page

Sarah Rowland - Yearbook Page

Sarah Rowland - Yearbook Page

Marcia Robbins - Yearbook Page

Marcia Robbins - Yearbook Page

Cynthia Point - Yearbook Page

Cynthia Point - Yearbook Page

Barbara Peabody - Yearbook Page

Barbara Peabody - Yearbook Page

Sigrid Obenland - Yearbook Page

Sigrid Obenland - Yearbook Page

Donna Mesthene - Yearbook Page

Donna Mesthene - Yearbook Page

Andrea Kusko - Yearbook Page

Andrea Kusko - Yearbook Page

Friday, May 5, 2006

B&N First Crew

First Crew

Peter McManmon supplied this photo of the B&N first crew taken probably in May 1966.

Construction Blog - 05/05/2006

Happy Cinquo di Mayo!

There's a lot of new stuff on the site today - though it may not all be appparent.

Please remember this site is still under construction. Please let me (Theo) know if you have any particular comments, issues, suggestions or new material to add. In particular, I'd like to obtain an image of the Buckingham logo. I would like the masthead to show the logos of both schools, but at the moment I only have the B&N logo.

Please also remember that you can help. Any registered member can make comments by clicking on the Comments link under any post. Also anybody can create new posts and I will be happy to help you through the process.

Updates include:

I rescanned the Buckingham Yearbook after having re-calibrated the scanning process. The new scans are of much better quality because they compensate for all the little dots of the halftone printing process. In other words there should be no more moiré effect when you look at the images.

The new images are available in the updated Buckingham Yearbook PDF file and also in the individual student pages. About half of these pages have been created.

The process of scanning Peter McManmon's treasure trove of 1966 publications has started. I have about seventy pages scanned - another hundred or so to do.

I have also scanned other assorted images.

The About BBN page has been updated.

A Downloads page has been added. Here you can download PDF files of the yearbooks and other treasures.

On a more technical note, I have created an account at to store all the images I can scanning. This is for several reasons:

Images take a lot of space. If I store them on my server (where resides), this clogs up my server's hard disk.

Images can be stored of for as long as you want without paying a fee. Unlike many other services, flickr does not delete images that have not been looked at in a while. In other words, this may be a good way of preserving images for a very, very long time at no charge.

All the images I have uploaded to have been tagged as "private". None of the images are available to the general public.

And finally, I have added a really sweet "plug-in" that allows viewing of all the images stored in flickr right here in So now you have two choices for viewing images on this site: either you can download PDF files from the Download page or you can view them directly in the Gallery section.

Sara Keith Yearbook

Sara Keith

Lauretta Katz Yearbook

Lauretta Katz

Isabel Gilman

Isabel Gilman

Vida Epstein

Vida Epstein

Basia Dziewanowski

Basia Dziewanowski

Theo Armour - Personal Data

a.k.a. Norman Armour III

From 2006:
Alix - born 1986, will be studying at Jiaotung University in Shanghai this fall
Cynthia - born 1988, about to take the bacalaureate exam at the Ecole Alsacienne in Paris
Eloise - born 1993, a seventh grader at the Ecole Alsacienne in Paris


440 Davis Court, Apt 2101
San Francisco CA 94111-2458

mobile 415 828 0000

17 rue Brezin
75014 Paris

residence +33 (0)1 46 34 13 68

The Paris address is the apartment of my former wife Isabelle.

40th Reunion Invitation

40th reunion invitation

Tuesday, May 2, 2006

Buckingham Yearbook 1966 Available for Download

The Buckingham Yearbook 1966 has been scanned and uploaded as an Acrobat PDF file of 38 megabytes. It is now available for downloading by clicking on the following link:

Buckingham Yearbook 1966

The copy that was scanned belongs to Fran Atherton. Thanks Fran! It has many nice signings.

The scanning was done with much better settings then the previous scans. The current set of images will be replaced in a day or so.

Peter McManmon Donates His Yearbook

I couldn't find my B&N yearbook - it's in one of 57 boxes but I don't know which one. Yesterday, on way back from cousin Cynthia Chace's wedding in Hingham, I stopped by Peter's house. He's lent me is copy of the B&N yearbook- as well as other memorablia. Thanks, Peter.

Also, I've just done the required experiments to calibrate my new high speed scanner. The scans I will be doing from now on will be of much better quality.

I hope there will be some of the first examples by the end of Tuesday (Pacific Time).

Monday, May 1, 2006

Allen Schiller - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0078

Neil Morse - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0073

Peter McManmon - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0070

Bob Krim - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0066

Dave Kennard

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0064

Alex Field - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0057

Steve Burgard - Yearbook Page

B&N yearbook 1966 page 0052

Mike Bucuvalas - Yearbook Page

Ben Bradlee - Yearbook Page

Theo Armour - Yearbook Page

Theo Armour - Guggenheim Web Site

The current Guggenheim web site which I designed will soon be replaced will a whole new look and feel. Here is part of the press release sent out when it went on-line...

At present, consists of over three hundred pages of information (in both English and in Italian). The site incorporates 2800 internal links to facilitate the visitor’s quick and effortless access to material, a number that will steadily increase in order to provide a constantly improving service.

The website is designed, developed and realized by Mr. Théo Armour, member of the Advisory Board, as a gift to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection...

Press Release #87

Lenore Gessner

Lenore Gessner

Paula Dorfman

Paula Dorfman