Originally Posted by InsideOut
I don't have it...maybe PeeWee does since his mom was the author ~
I have most of the Airstream Caravanner papers.
When I scanned the article it was for information about the See America First Caravan with Lynda Bird Johnson. There is additional columns for the story, they just covered additional rally info.
Art Costello Jr., Nick Charles and myself were the drivers for three 30' Airstreams, with Bonnevilles furnished by Pontiac. One of our stops was the rally in Laramie.
Lynda Bird participated in the WBCCI, 4th of July parade. She rode in her tow vehicle, a covertible.
I encourage all of you to visit the Sierra Neveda webside and look up the info I have provided. I had a deep appreciation for the work that Diane has done in organizing and presenting the letter, magazines, books, papers and many pictured not before seen in print.
The etching is a typical thing to do with a sidewalk. Who did it? I don't know. But it might have been the school to keep the walkway tied into the 1965
rally. Or it might have been Airzorro, riding the wind at midnight, swording a message for posterity.