cooperation and support of those '44 classmates who
are listed below as our website byliners, we'll attempt
to capture in both photos and verbiage - mostly the
former - the 12 five-year gatherings of our 1,600-odd
freshmen who entered as the Class of 1944
you read and what you see in photos are dependent
on the production funds that are available to us and
of more importance, they're dependent on the photo
contributions that have been - and will continue to
be - submitted voluntarily by '44's to "flesh
out" a particular assembly.
an active shutterbug over the decades and many of
these Reunion pages reflect our personal efforts ..You
should also know that many of the snapshots have indeed
been submitted by your fellow classmates
and where known, we've "credited" their
efforts in the captioning. Where a specific
five-year Reunion is devoid of any photographic coverage,
we've gone with just the Reunion "report"
and the Reunion Group Photo and hope that this suffices.
If it doesn't, forgive.
we may NOT be able to post these on the '44 website
in true chronological order. Alot depends on the material
we have at hand at any given point in time and on
the responsiveness of the byliner(s).
of the individual Reunion group photos?
Captions were never taken by the University’s
contract photographers at the time their photo(s)
were taken . . To compensate partially for this lack
of captioning, we’ve built in a Click-On Super-Enlargement
Photo Feature for you. And it will then be up to you
to tie the names of your classmates to the enlarged
photos that you see . . That’s the best that
we can do.