One of the fun parts of working in a department like the Kelley Center stems from our relative independence from the rest of Fondren: digging into old depository stuff and making the occasional fun discovery. Previously, NASA puzzles, state and national park maps, and old Fondy swag were uncovered.
Recently, I was partaking in this most entertaining of workplace games and found stacks of photos. Most of them were likely taken about 22-20 years ago. Unfortunately, that estimate is based on the dates the photos were printed. For those younger readers who might not understand the significance, people used to fill rolls of film with photos, and have them developed at whatever future point most suited them, be it the next day or maybe next year. Some cameras had a digital date imprint, but not the one used in these.
Only one photo has a label on the back, and it just says "Houston":
|1. The lone labeled photo|
I can guess who is in a few of the others, but I'd like to have my suspicions verified. Comment if you know the people, event, or reason for the picture, and provide the photo number.
|5. I think I know this one|
|6. Party Librarians!|