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November 4, 2013

Looking back

This photo, submitted by Gail Nearis Mulcahey, is of the Unitarian Universalist Junior Choir in 1944. Pictured are, front, from left, is Joan Hewitt, Carol Clark and Miriam Clark; second row, from left, Nancy Davis, Natalie Thurston and Shirley Corliss; third row, from left, Jean Bradley, Betsy Davis and Carolyn Brown; and, fourth row, from left, Gail Nearis, Eleanor Runkle and Dorothy Wise. The robes were maroon with white bibs. Organist Helen Runkle directed the choir and always had a treat for the choir during rehearsals. “Those were great times,” said Nearis.

Looking Back is a regular feature to give readers a glimpse of Cape Ann’s past through photographs. We are always looking for photos to print. Prints or negatives are required. Newspaper clippings and Xeroxs of photos will not reproduce clearly enough for the newspaper. Photos should be at least 25 years old and should be submitted with any information you know about the photo, as well as your name, address and phone number. Photos may be sent to Day Editor Andrea Holbrook, care of the Times, 36 Whittemore St., Gloucester, MA 01930 or aholbrook@gloucestertimes.com.

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