Bill Mead's Tea Dance Photo
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THE TEA DANCE

     Bill Mead says "The combo playing for this "Tea Dance" (Eleanor Miller's tag, not mine) is made up with just one White Sands resident (the piano player); the other three are from Holloman." Bill says he is the piano player shown at "1" on the photo. As you can see each individual in the photo has a number associated with them. If any of these individuals are you, let us know. If you are sure you can identify others, also let us know. E-mail identifications to Webmaster@wsmr-history.org. Please refer to the individual's number when identifying people.

George N. Gianopulos writes; "Ahhh, what memories - although my memory bank does not hold the Tea Dance. However, that looks like me back there at #4. And #16 is the guy from Estes Park, CO (I can't think of his name, but I'll work on it!), and #20 looks like Jim Culbertson."

George later writes: - Bob Rodell - that's the guy whose name I couldn't remember - the guy at #16.  Can't remember any of the others.