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Date Posted: 06:03:20 04/27/10 Tue
Author: J.P. Smith
Subject: Re: Teacher Names from 1951 for my Memoir
In reply to: Gary Gladstone 's message, "Teacher Names from 1951 for my Memoir" on 12:19:33 04/22/10 Thu

You have spelled Fulton Main's name correctly, and the Tina Myers you graduated with became the actress Tina Louise of "Gilligan's Island" fame.

>Hello:
>I attended Scarborough School for ninth grade 1951.
>I'm writing a memoir and would dearly like to recall
>the name of the Art Teacher during that year. I recall
>he was short, soft spoken, walked with a very slight
>stoop and had wavy grey or sandy brown hair.
>
>Another teacher, who was inspiring to me, was a large
>man named J. Fulton Main (I'm not sure of the
>spelling) who taught biology with such a passion that
>I still recall things that subject most people have
>long forgotten. Most of all, I recall his obvious
>passion for teaching the subject.
>
>If anyone has any recollections that could help me
>identify the art teacher and help with the proper
>spelling of Mr. Main's name, I be thrilled to hear
>from you.
>
>I recall Mary Jo Porcello, Tina Meyers, Nancy
>Hiitchcock and Peggy Noonan(?). (I was the only male
>in my class.)
>
>Many thanks
>
>
>---Gary Gladstone
>gary@garygladstone.com

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[> Re: Teacher Names from 1951 for my Memoir -- Gary Gladstone, 09:42:17 04/29/10 Thu

Many thanks. I remember seeing Tina in the show.

Do you happen to recall an art teacher whose name may have been Mr. Beckerman?


---Gary

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[> [> Re: Teacher Names from 1951 for my Memoir -- J.P. Smith, 16:20:16 04/29/10 Thu

With regrets I don't, Gary. I was a student there from 1961-6, and a member of the faculty from 1973-7, so that was before my time, though a cousin of mine by marriage, Nathaniel Sloane, may have been in your class. He was the son of actor Everett Sloane, of Orson Welles's Mercury Theatre and a number of classic films.


>Many thanks. I remember seeing Tina in the show.
>
>Do you happen to recall an art teacher whose name may
>have been Mr. Beckerman?
>
>
>---Gary

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