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The Way We Were: Brooks Keel at start of his academic career

...Brooks and want to share memories about the likely president of GRU, why not share them in an e-mail to photos of his youth would be OK, too.
The Way We Were: Savannah River fun

...about that, too. Feel free to confess the sins of your great-grandparents. The statute of limitations will surely keep their records as unencumbered as a summer swim.Let me know in an e-mail at
The Way We Were: Summer swimming

...a place around here to enjoy some time in the water? Why not share your remembrances in an e-mail to image also recalls another tale from Augusta's more distant past. In earlier centuries, as most...
The Way We Were: 1956

...If you remember any of these events, or want to guess the road in the photograph, send an e-mail to highlight of 1956 was getting the chicken pox, but it didn't make the newspaper.
The Way We Were: Social skills from Social

...make eye contact, stand up straight, speak clearly and properly navigate a dining table.And there's dancing.If you would like to share your memories of Social, send them along in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Parades on Broad Street

...the year it was taken and the event it recorded. There are clues, if you look. If you think you know the answer, or if you ever marched in a military parade, why not share the story in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Where Is This?

...and tell them how big computers used to be.If you remember any of this, why not send an e-mail to and share that recollection?
The Way We Were: Savannah River Raft Race

...but do you remember any river adventures from the good old days?Why not share them in an e-mail to life-jackets required.)
The Way We Were: Learning to drive to drive? Do you remember practicing parking? Do you remember your father saying he would never ride in the car with you again?Good times.Why not share those wonderful memories in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Good old garages

...batteries.They sold gas, too. Well, they used to. Today the site is a vacant lot, not as busy.If you remember any of the other old garages around Augusta, why not share that memory in an e-mail to