Guestbook

This page represents the entire WGBH Reunion 2000 Guestbook as it appeared through the period up to, and including, the actual reunion date. Total: 158 guests Name: Roy T. Brubaker Website: Crest National Referred by: From a Friend From: California Time: 2000-05-13 18:01:21 Comments: Sorry I could not attend the reunion. Name: Jack Kean Referred…

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The Party XVII

237. Robert Wilson and Aida Moreno. 238. Russ Morash and Emily Lovering. 239. Bruce Bordett, Russ Morash, Emily Lovering and Basil Chigas. 240. Ron Milton and Louise Miler. 241. Tom Sumida and Nora Sinclair. 242. Bob Ferrante and Doug Smith. 243. Bob Carey, Michael Ambrosino, Tony Cherubini and Jack Summerfield. 244. Greg Harney and Marcia…

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The Party XI

176. The final speaker is Greg Harney who, with his usual sense of humor, reminisces on the history of the (just dedicated) Greg Harney scene dock, and pays tribute to Bill and Anne Haney, the staging area’s new patrons. Play MP3 178. Frank Coakley and Joe (?). Will Joe please make himself known? 179. Jeanne Irwin,…

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The Party VIII

145. Julie Piens, Phil Collyer and Greg Harney. 146. The back of Dan Beach, the front of Henry Becton and the back of Olivia Tappan. 147. Ron Blau, Nancy Troland, Nancy Porter and Sharon Rivo with Syrl Silverman. 148. Chris Pullman, Nora Sinclair and Paul Souza. 149. Lo Hartnett, Moon Nimon, Nora Sinclair, Fred Barzyk,…

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The Party VII

133. Don Hallock 134. Sean and Don Hallock with old friend Russ Morash. 135. 136. Paul Noble addresses the crowd with appreciation for his years with the station, and tells the story of how, by asking him to pick up and drive a retired (and ponderously heavy) CBS cyclorama back from New York to Boston…

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The Preparations – Friday I

From Don Hallock 1. The entrance to Studio A. 2. 3. Lighting check on the interview set. 4. 5. Nora Sinclair prepares a graphic spread. 6. 7. Nora’s pictures installed between “A” and “B.” 8. Decorating the soon to be dedicated “Greg Harney” scene dock. 9. Studio A. 10.

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Quo vadis WGBH (1946-2000)

From Don Hallock: It may surprise you to know how many places the station has called home. WGBH’s origins were in a converted skating rink on the second floor of 84 Mass. Ave. and the office spaces on the third, were the first home of WGBH from 1955 to 1961.

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Dan Beach

Years at WGBH: 19 Online: Studio 8H Web Management From Dan Beach — 2000 The early days of ‘GBH let me play with wonderful toys! I started as a volunteer in 1960: studio assistant, cameraman, floor manager. A few months later, after we’d had our first child, the economics were not working out and I…

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Louise Tate – in memory

From Don Hallock — 2000 Though I worked with Louise as my production assistant for more than two years, I never came to know a great deal about her personal life. She seemed to be rather the soul of modesty, the spirit of gentility and in a seeming contradiction, a creature of impressive “Gung Ho.”…

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John (Jack) Kean

Years at WGBH: 1958 – 1968 Position(s): Engineer From Jack Kean — 2000 I finally left ‘GBH in 1968 to go to Connecticut, where I have been ever since, first as director of engineering until 1986, then manager of technical planning, a consultant role, until now. I am still carried as a full time employee,…

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