DCW Publisher Looking for Past Photographers

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Steve Vickers, the publisher of Drum Corps World, is working on a new book project that involves locating approximately 2,200 different photographs of various corps from over the past three and a half decades. The Drum Corps World photo archives are quite extensive — well over 10,000 prints — but there are a number of corps he has been unable to locate. Because he wants this book to be 100% complete, he needs help in finding several photographers who used to shoot for the publication.

If you know how to contact one or more of the following photographers, please send him an e-mail — publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com" title="mailto:publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com"> publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com" class="Apple-style-span"> publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com" class="Apple-style-span"> publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com" class="Apple-style-span">publisher [at] drumcorpsworld [dot] com — at your earliest convenience. He is looking for an address, phone number or e-mail.

* Mark Boisclair — shot in the 1970s
* Marc Bondarenko — shot during the 1982 season
* Jane Boulen — shot between 1972 and 1980 (may be living in the New Orleans area)
* Ann Coville — shot during the early 1970s (may be living in the Pacific Northwest)
* Jim Dewitt — shot during the 1970s (may be living in New York state)
* Steve Evans — shot during the late 1970s (may be living in the Chicago area)
* Christine Garceau — shot during the late 1970s (may be living in Michigan)
* Keith Higgins — shot during the 1970s
* Mark Krueger — shot during the late 1970s and early 1980s
* Steve Linsenmayer — shot between about 1980 and 1983
* Eddie Montville — shot during the late 1970s and early 1980s
* Paul Rodino — shot during the 1983 season
* Tom Verderber — shot during the early 1970s
* Ruben Zapata — shot in the early 1970s (may be living in the Pacific Northwest)
* Joseph Zepko — shot between about 1976 and the early 1980s (may be living in New Jersey)
If you have questions, call Steve Vickers at 1-800-554-9630.
Thanks for your help!
Posted by on Thursday, May 4th, 2006. Filed under Current News.