1992 G.A.L. Convention

Overview | Presenters | Music | Exhibition | Auction | Miscellaneous | Open House | Staff & Helpers

Outside the ornate gateway to the Rawlins Gallery, Joe Johnson enthuses to a camera-laden Ron Chancey.


Willis Groth (left) and Catgut author Fred Dickens share some stories at the GAL party. Willis generously donated the Guild's most expensive (and probably heaviest) auction item, the Harmony factory side bending machine, and took a turn as an excellent and seasoned auctioneer.
Steve Newberry catches a cat nap (or is it Catgut nap?) before the GAL business meeting Sunday morning.
The party's over, and Tim and Isaac Olsen are heading home “Some day, my son...”

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