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Jim Barker- Historic University Cemeteries - Shared screen with speaker view
Mandi Barnard
01:20:54
he was Sawney
Mandi Barnard
01:21:05
's son - Woodland team member
Don Collins
01:47:24
Jim,
Jill Hammond
01:48:10
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Don Collins
01:52:09
Jim, One of the most stunning Master of Architecture final projects was a new university burial complex by Julia Parlier (spelling of last name may not be correct). I hope all listing to your presentation will look it up in the Cooper. Her proposed site is not used as rec fields for Lightsey Bridge, but the underlying concept is still valid.
Jill Hammond
01:52:23
can you hear Mike?
John Jacques
01:53:07
yes, thank you Jill!
John Jacques
01:56:23
Thanks very much, Jim! A wonderful presentation illustrated with your beautiful watercolors. i also enjoyed seeing Barry's drawings and proposal. I’ll look forward to further updates in the months to come, but this has been a terrific information session. Thanks again,
John Jacques
01:57:25
Sorry, I have to jump off the call but will touch base with you again in the near future … John
Gregory Reighard
01:59:17
I just checked and the registration is closed for next weeks symposium. Sop not sure we can attend.
FGGEORGE
02:03:31
thank you Jim, very nice presentation.
Kathy Headley
02:05:37
Important and interesting. Thanks for your meaningful presentation.
martyduckenfield
02:07:07
This has been a fascinating accounting, in so many ways. Thanks so much for coming to share.
Richard Klein
02:18:44
Thank you for a very interesting and thought-provoking presentation.
Terry Farris
02:18:46
A famous quote: "A generation which ignores history has no past--and no future." Thanks, Jim and to all involved in this research.
Lee Crandall
02:19:01
Thanks so much for a fascinating presentation and the good work that you and your colleagues are doing.
Dolores Stegelin
02:22:58
Thank you for this very informative presentation that is thought-provoking and very inspirational.
Lucy Eubanks
02:25:32
Thanks for a really interesting presentation! Ah yes, lots of questions still to be asked, much less answered!