1998 James Dean Festival in Fairmount Indiana

1998 James Dean Festival in Fairmount Indiana

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1998 James Dean Festival

Here’s the index for the 1998 James Dean Festival,

Lookalike Contest

Rock Lasso Contest

David Loehr’s Open House

Billy Swan

Night Walk

Car Show

Memorial Service


Graveside Service

There is a great deal more about the festival in the coverage of the 1997 James Dean festival in Deaners magazine.

Pictures that hint of pages awaiting you:

Rob Qualls     Yes, crowd favorite Rob Qualls of Hammond Indiana won the 1998 lookalike contest again. There were lots of qualified candidates and we thank every one of them for competing.

Dean by Kendall    Here is the Kenneth Kendall gift to us for the 1998 Festival goers. Kenneth autographed this postcard each day at the James Dean Gallery.

James Lott, Billy Swan and David Loehr    James Lott, Billy Swan and David Loehr. Two pages, at least.

the Mercillac     Praise the Lowered poses outside the old Fairmount High School. Many more car photos coming, even beyond the pages already up for 98.

The other pages include:

The fan section pages

Fans galore

Here be fans too

Pizza party

Fan shirts

Fan clothes

Fans walk at night

Also see the

Memorial Service

Graveside photos

Car show awards

Rock Lasso contest

James Dean Festival in Fairmount, IN started Thursday, September 24, 1998 with an open house at the James Dean Gallery. Naomi Yamada just finished sewing the thousandth crane for the Thousand Cranes tribute at Jimmy’s headstone. Memorial service on Wednesday, September 30th at Back Creek Friends Church.

button Contents of DEANERS e-zine.

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