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Historic Moment in Columbia: Two distinguished dudes, by Dalton

2014-02-05 - 104 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Dalton Crawford. They must be giants - The occasion was the presentation of the historic photo of the late R.R. "Pete" Walker with President John F. Kennedy and and then Vice President Lyndon Johnson, which had been published in the late '60s/early 70s, Columbia, KY, Daily Statesman,. I'm the properly tousled dude on the left; the tall, distinguished dude on the right is retired banker/farmer Lynn McLean. The historic moment is that this may be Dalton's first ever published photograph, taken as just one more of his chores while he was junior maitre-d'ing at his Mom & Dad's restaurant by the Fountain Plaza in Downtown Columbia, KY. Paired photo: See also: A picture from History - ED WAGGENER
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