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Friday, March 04, 2011

Post BC


The Bishop's Company after I left, on their way to tour Alaska. Jeanne Needham on the far left, Hal Bokar on the far right. Standing beside Jeanne is David Beardsley (Phyllis's son), Merle Harbach, and Phyllis. Don't know the others.

Thanks to David for the photo!

1 comment:

John Winters said...

Hi. My name is John Winters and I'm a writer living in Massachusetts.

I'm researching The Bishop's Company, circa 1962-3.

Would you know of any folks from that time who are still around?

Thanks!
John
johnjwinters@gmail.com

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