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Shows: Table at left starting lower left and clockwise: Carmelita Coombs, Ann Stroberger, Linda Haering, unknown, Marge Berry, Audrey Herman, Marie Farrar, Middle table from lower left counterclockwise: unknown, unknown, Winifred Swanson, Wanda Britt, Muriel Monroe, George Clark, unknown, Alycia Mitchell, Merle Gebhardt, unknown, unknown, Third table on left counterclockwise: unknown, unknown, unknown, Betty Kohler, unknown, Table at back left counterclockwise: Linda Phillips, Lora Shank, Pam Castilla, ohters unknown, Table at back on right from left: unknown, Margaret Conners, David Sabsay, library directory, Helen Schneider. Margaret Conners was head of Extension Services for the Sonoma County Library system. GNIS Exact geocoding 17 Don Meacham (May 30, 1916-Feb. 28, 2010) was born in Cowell, Contra Costa County in 1916. He lived most of his life in Sonoma County where he retired as freelance commercial photographer after 50 years in the profession. He worked as a photographer in the Navy during WWII; was the flagship photographer on the U.S.S. Augusta during the North African invasion; and was Chief Photographer of the Naval Air Station in Santa Rosa until the war ended. Meacham was a charter member and chairman of the Santa Rosa Civic Art Commission and was instrumental in establishing Arttrium, the county's first visual and performing arts festival. Photographed by Don Meacham. Sonoma County Advertising Grant (2008-2009) Grant provided to the Sonoma County Library through the Sonoma County Advertising Program High resolution master image (600ppi) Black Is Zero Recogniform Image Library