195. Judy Hurley, another lottery winner. 196. Fred Barzyk and Ted Conant. 197. Frank Coakley and Maureen Fahey. 198. Paul Solman, Judy Stoia and Steve Atlas. 199. Henry Becton and Don Hallock. 200. Margaret McCleod with Steve Gilford. 201. Lisa Schwartzbaum and Chris Pullman. 202. Louise Daniels-Miller, Aida Moreno and Marilyn Greenstein. 203. David Ives,…

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187. Jane Pikor and Randy Gray. 188. Ron Milton and Denise Draqo. 189. Cornelia Lewin Fortier and Russ Fortier with Peter Cook. 190. 191. Graham Walker, Emily Lovering and Deedee Morss. 192. Janet Weaver, a lottery winner. 193. Henry Becton and Nora Sinclair officiate the lottery. 194. Here is a winner who’s name we don’t…

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176. The final speaker is Greg Harney … 177. … 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…

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166. Don Hallock talks about the Reunion Website. 167. Don with the ‘fire relic’ Image Orthicon camera tube (circa 1960) donated by Phil Collyer. Play MP3 168. Russ Fortier. 169. Ron Della Chiesa, Marilyn Greenstein and Deb Gibbs. 170. Ted Conant with two unidentified friends. 171. On the right, Jack Summerfield. 172. Jack Foley, Tom…

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155. (Back) Jo Madden, Susan Presson with (front) Moon Nimon and Paul Souza. 156. Thea Chalow, Eleanor Jewett, Bill Charrette and Eliat Goldman. 157. David Atwood and Connie White with half of Al Potter. 158. Peter Cook and Fred Barzyk with Sean Hallock. 159. Jeff Dunn and Peter Cook. 160. Peter and Sally Cook. 161.…

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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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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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124b. Henry continues, introducing alumni speakers and performers, calling first upon Henry Morganthau, who he praised for many years of landmark contributions to the history of political and public affairs programming at WGBH. 124c. 124d. Henry Morganthau regaled the audience with a few observations out of school, and an appreciation of ‘GBH’s pioneering role (against…

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115. Roger Lyons with Paulette and Paul Noble. 116. Bob Carey and Mike Goldberg. 117. Susie Dangel, Nancy Porter and Dick Heller. 118. Marcia Hulley and Dan Everett. 119. Janet McFadden, Anne Damon, Bill Charrette, and Benny Krol. 120. Nancy Brown, unknown, Cindy Madden, unknown, and Mary Meadows. Who are the unknowns? 121. Aida Moreno…

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100. At about 1:30 pm, an eager crowd of reunioneers — officially tallied at 283 — takes their seats. 101. 102. The group is warmly and enthusiastically welcomed … 103. …by Henry Becton. Henry: Good afternoon everybody….can I have your attention? Welcome. Or perhaps I should say welcome home. This is a fabulous collection of…

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