Nice photos. It makes me wonder about all the other unseen photos sitting in someones drawer or closet. I have some myself, and I'm sure just about every other person does too.
I know, Gerry. Everybody needs to get those scanners humming. I love the so-called amateur photos. They're usually far more compelling than the professional stuff of Flint.
There were several local firms involved in the construction staking along the river and I was employed at one of them. Pity that no one -- owners, managers, field guys -- had the wisdom to record more of the event on film.
It turned out pretty nice all things considered. I had my wedding pictures taken at Riverbank in 1995, then proceeded to the reception at the North Bank center. Will have to scan a few.NeilLos Gatos, CA
I still miss the old Coney dog places though.Richard
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