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Marion to Mexico1057 viewsMichael Whelihan and Suzanne Gokavi, both of Marion, pose in front of a statue with a copy of The Wanderer in Costa Maya, Mexico. They were part of a group of local families who went on a recent cruise and got “stuck” there while their ship underwent repair.Jul 28, 2005
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Brownell Grandchildren1117 viewsThe grandchildren of the Brownell family of Mattapoisett pose with copies of The Wanderer during a recent family vacation in St. John’s, overlooking Pillsbury Sound with St. Thomas in the background. Pictured here are (l. to r.) T.J. Stellato, Andrew Kovacs, Stephen Gouin, Alex Kovacs, and Allyson Stellato.Jul 28, 2005
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Haley Clark7730 viewsHaley (Cope) Clark, the United States 100-Meter Backstroke World Champion and former world-record holder.Jun 23, 2005
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Jim Craig4404 viewsUS Olympic Gold Medalist and former Mattapoisett resident Jim CraigJun 23, 2005
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Cara Zavaleta and Pilar Lastra7851 viewsCara Zavaleta, Playboy magazine's Miss November (2004), and Pilar Lastra, who was Miss August (2004).Jun 23, 2005
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Rollie Fingers2332 viewsAce relief pitcher Rollie Fingers, noted for making 16 World Series appearances and capturing both the American League MVP and Cy Young Awards in 1981 while with the Brewers.Jun 23, 2005
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Bruce Campbell2075 viewsGroovy! Yep, cult B-movie actor Bruce Campbell was in Boston this past week to promote the release of his new novel How to Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way and to premiere The Man With the Screaming Brain, his feature film directorial debut in which he also stars. Here he took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer ... a publication a little less creepy than that dreaded “Book of the Dead” he keeps digging up. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jun 22, 2005
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Bruce Campbell, Too2651 viewsGroovy! Yep, cult B-movie actor Bruce Campbell was in Boston this past week to promote the release of his new novel How to Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way and to premiere The Man With the Screaming Brain, his feature film directorial debut in which he also stars. Here he took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer ... a publication a little less creepy than that dreaded “Book of the Dead” he keeps digging up. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).Jun 22, 2005
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Mattapoisett Beach Families4694 viewsWhen the winter has been a little too hard to take, where do residents of Mattapoisett escape? Apparently, to Cinnamon Bay in the U.S. Virgin Islands. During April vacation the Clarke family, the Truesdale family, and the Field/Wilbur clan all found themselves on the same sunny beach ... luckily someone had a copy of The Wanderer handy for this posed group photo.Jun 20, 2005
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Mattapoisett Touring Club (6/16/05)4174 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Touring Club recently traveled to Lucerne, Switzerland and took this photo with a copy of The Wanderer, in front of a sculpture dubbed by author Mark Twain as “The Saddest Lion.” Pictured here are (first row, l. to r.) Celeste Lake, Fran McCundy, Audrey Mastrom, Betty Botelho, Polly Mostrom, Joan Daley, Diane Hassett, Carol Ripley, (second row, l. to r.) Jan Gallo, Kay Levine, Bill Armitage, Irene Daly, Paul Levine, Roz Pierce, Andre Goulart, Joan Carlson, and Ellen Rogers.Jun 20, 2005
   
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