Fans at the 2005 Fairmount James Dean September Festival, page1
2005 James Dean Festival
in Fairmount, Indiana
September 23 – 25
Fans at David Loehr’s James Dean
Memorial Gallery and Museum
Please scroll down until your finger cramps. I made the pictures bigger this year, because of the importance of the 50th Anniversary of James Dean’s death. This is page 1 of 5 pages.
Scott and Naomi. See Naomi and her 1000 cranes on the Memorial Service pages. (not made yeat, as of October 10, 2005.)
Delightful British author George Perry, interviewed in the Dean Zine, signs copies of his new book, James Dean at the Gallery. His book has new material provided by Marcus Winslow and David Loehr. The book is approved by the family. George is the next best thing to Harry Potter.
Craig Kester and Erika Pearson show off the latest DeanZine, the issue with the George Perry interview.
The DeanZine is the outstanding magazine of the James Dean Remembered Fan Club.
For fan Colette Seifert, Professor Wes Gehring of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, signs his new James Dean biography, endorsed by the Winslow family. This book focuses on the Indiana and Fairmount influence on James Dean’s character. Other Hollywood notables from the Hoosier State appear in this book.
Wes Gehring signs again, this time for Deaner fan Jen Ariano. Yes, she is as delightful as her Mardi Gras beads would indicate.
A fan shows George Perry’s new book.
Fairly new to Fairmount, this generous fan drove all the way back from Iowa (800 miles) one week later for the Memorial Service. Thanks for joining us, August Knoll. I’ll publish his impressions of his Fairmount experiences soon. He gave me permission.
Al Weisel and Lawrence Frascella autograph their new book, James Dean, Live Fast, Die Young. You can read about it on their website, Live Fast, Die Young
Come on to PAGE TWO of fans at the Gallery.
Here’s a link back to the index for this fine weekend
Find out about the James Dean Remembered fan club on-line here.
Visit David Loehr’s James Dean Gallery on-line at www.jamesdeangallery.com
Here’s a link back to the deaners.net index
Here’s the CMG’s James Dean website
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