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Click on the reunion below you want to view. Most have a link to the names of those who attended, a link to the photographs, and a report. In some cases, the photographs are "thumbnail" photos and you can left click on them to enlarge them. You may download a photo to your computer by right clicking on the enlarged photo, and save it to your computer. From there you can print it. Most photos have been reduced in size and quality to make downloading faster. Reunion pages in the Golden Tides Rips which appear elsewhere on the site in black & white are copied here in color. 

 

The 60th Reunion was created by Flicker and appears immediately below as a slideshow. When you bring the cursor to the bottom of the photo you can stop the slide show, continue manually with the arrows at the side of the photo, select a photo to view by clicking on it at the bottom, or restart the slideshow using the right arrow at the bottom left. You can change to full screen by clicking on the icon in the lower right corner (move the cursor there and it will appear. Click again to make smaller. Unfortunately, I know of no way to print the photos. If you are still using Windows XP, click on the link below the black screen. (You can tell this was printed a long time ago)

The 2017 cruise photos are in Dropbox. There is a link which will bring them up.

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        We want to recover photos with captions from classmates who have attended other mini or micro reunions which are not included above. If you have digital photos, send them as an attachment to an email to kirk.greiner@gmail.com . Also, if you have the capability to process them first to 700 pixel width and reduced file size for web (about 50 K) that would be appreciated. If not, send them anyway. If you can only send them as hard copy, I will return the originals. Give me as much background information as possible - who, where, when, and what was done. Kirk