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Black and White
photography from the Chesapeake Bay watershed by Bill Emory
March 1, 2010. Mother, leader, councilor,
Wes Bellamy, February 14, 2013
I asked for gravitas
Ethel, Jimmy and two guys
My coworker from University Diner, Ethel at her 2nd job with the CPD. She was a force of nature. All business. Don’t cross her don’t boss her.
My president, Jimmy.
February 9, 1987 President Carter came to town, the people turned out.
Anna and Eugene
I am so pleased to be in the woods this time of year.
“Shack was often described as larger than life, irrepressible and one of a kind, and he was known for his indomitable spirit, high energy level and infectious enthusiasm. These traits co-existed with a genuine kindness, a quiet gentleness, a genteel demeanor and a generous and joyful heart. It is his heart for which he will be most remembered.”
Larry Anderson, Charlottesville
Philip Cook, in the neighborhood of McCoy and Long Shop, Montgomery County, 1978.
Dorothy Roberta Simms Taylor
Born January 28, 1935, daughter of Robert J. and Frances R. Simms. Forever strong in our hearts.