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1999 Open House at the James Dean Memorial Gallery
Our host, David Loehr, among the Seven Shot Screamers band from St. Louis.
Band pictures are on the next page.
Dan Powers from Indianapolis.
Waiting for sundown
Ashley Harlin from Ft. Myers, Florida, plans to move to Fairmount. She's looking for a place to live. Anyone have any reccomendations?
On the lawn, during the music show
Maxine Rowland from Ohio with Myla Kent from Seattle.
Stephen Payne from Muncie, Lenny and Connie from Fairmount. Connie was Kazu's host this year.
At 4 months old, this was the youngest fan at the concert.
This was early, before the crowd gathered. The band was setting up.
Some car club fans, here for the car shows, enjoying Seven Shot Screamers.
Dorene from near Chicago, Illinois; lookalike Rob Qualls from Hammond, Indiana.
Lenny, shirtmaker to the stars.
Probably you'll want to see a whole page of Seven Shot Screamers next.
See the complete listing of DEANERS 1999 festival pages here.
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