I have a box with cards and ephemera from the sixties and scanned some to make a digital cover for the pocket. The pocket is sewed onto the background paper and a few things stuffed inside.
Bob and I did not meet until the early 70s, but some of his memories are journaled here too. I did not have ephemera to include with his, but found a yearbook to get his picture.
The journaling is in the center of the pocket.
"(Cindy) I had good grades in school though my emphasis was more on my friends than books. My friends were in Girl Scouts, band, swimming and Teen Town. I drove my Dadsí old 61 Chevy and always had a friend beside me. My favorite subjects were home economics, journalism and algebra which I use even to this day.
(Bob) I was a decent student and liked English and history the best. I was lousy at math. The 60s were when I first got interested in photography and learned how to set the controls on a camera and how to develop and print pictures in a darkroom.
When I was in high school, the art teacher got photography and darkroom equipment and got me to set up the darkroom and teach other students how to use it.
I worked in the audio-visual department all through high school. We set up AV equipment for the teachers, made videotapes of educational TV programs, and even shot movie film of basketball games for the coach. I had a key to the school so I could go in on weekends to make the video tapes.
I really liked my senior history class. We had to do a major project, so Jim Wolfe and I borrowed the school movie camera and made a movie about the Civil War in WV. We went to several places where there were battles and shot film for our movie."