Thursday, July 15, 2010


Today I received an e-mail from inviting me to preview a Dorsey yearbook. Of course I couldn't resist the opportunity so I clicked on the link and was taken to a web page that had the cover of the 1959 Circle on it. Besides this year, there were 1950, 1951, 1980 and 1984.

I started clicking through the pages of the 1959 yearbook ("annual" as I always called them). What immediately struck me was how many white folks were in there!

As with most things in life, you don't get something for nothing so after a few pages I was met with an ad inviting me to sign up for membership so that I could view the remaining pages, and all the pages of the other yearbooks.

Tempting, but not tempting enough, even the cheapest membership at $15 for 3 months.

I did run across a couple of my teachers who were there back in 1959:

And here's a couple of other pictures I snagged and posted for your nostalgic entertainment. I don't know any of these people.. maybe you do:


Anonymous said...

Mademoiselle Clementi was a trip. I really enjoyed her. I ran into Donna Mukai yesterday. I wonder if that was her aunt?

Rickie Miyake said...

Well I've gotten into the habit of not responding to most of the comments, in large part from being so busy but I did have to respond to this one. I saw your comment to Donna on Classmates. I didn't really know her; I didn't get the comment you left - you wonder if Ms. Clementi was Donna Mukai's aunt???