Reunion 2004, Spartanburg High Class of '64




Page 1, Welcome

Attendees list

The Beacon 1

The Beacon 2

Friday evening reception

Saturday morning walkabout 1

Saturday morning walkabout 2

Page 2, Preamble

Page 3, Gateway to the group picture

Group photo

Group photo of guests

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Page 10

Page 11, vintage pix

Page 12, vintage pix

Page 13, vintage pix

Page 14, vintage pix

Page 15, note from Blackburn

Page 16, portraits

Page 17, portraits

Page 18, portraits

Page 19, portraits

Page 20, portraits

Page 21, portraits

Page 22, portraits

Page 23, portraits

Page 24, portraits

Page 25, portraits

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Page 13


Kim Welch


On parade, the Spartanburg High School marching band.  The only film simultaneously starring the likes of Kirk Douglas, James Mason and Peter Lorre was 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, released in 1954, but that film was first shown at the Carolina Theater and not the State.  By about 1960, the State Theater was reduced to showing reruns, which may explain why that particular movie was playing there.  Memory being what it is, this writer for years thought the State Theater burned down in the early '60s, but Marion Peter Holt, author of Magical Places, The Story of Spartanburg's Theatres and Their Entertainments, says the theater burned to the ground in 1970.  Shows you what your webmaster knows.





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