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Hawkeye Paramount Plaza 2007.jpg
Paramount Plaza Grafton, WI708 viewsMay not be used without permission of Michael Hawkeye Herman
Hawkeye Sculpture in Paramount Plaza.jpg
"Golden Cluster" sculpture in Grafton, WI262 viewsMay not be used without permission of Michael Hawkeye Herman. Sculpture created by Norm Christenson and funded by the Grafton State Bank.
Hawkeye Walk of Fame stones 2007.jpg
Walk of Fame Grafton, WI 2007243 viewsMay not be used without permission of Michael Hawkeye Herman
Paramount factory in Grafton, WI272 views
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Alonzo Townsend accepts father's reward332 viewsHenry Townsend received a special plaque from the Village of Grafton where he recorded for Paramount decades ago.
Mr. Townsend became ill on his trip to Grafton and his son Alonzo received his award in his stead. There was also a special ceremony inducting Henry Townsend into the new Paramount Plaza Walk of Fame. 9/06
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Son House Photo Montage254 viewsThese are from a superb 2005 photo book by Giuseppe Pino ... "Black & Blues" ... the book includes four CDs ... featuring Odetta, Albert King, Etta James, Charles Brown, Big Joe Turner, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Jimmy Witherspoon, John Lee Hooker, Lloyd Price, Lightnin' Hopkins, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, Roy Milton ... sorry, no Son House on the CDs ... but some great photos ... also nice photos of J.B. Lenoir, Clifton Chenier, Muddy, Jr. Wells, and many others.
The Illustrated History of the Blues509 viewsMay not be reproduced.
Grafton, WI trip.jpg
Grafton, WI trip275 viewsHawkeye sent this via email. May not be reproduced.
Rev. Wilkins241 views"You see, after so many years of pressing down hard on the colored man, a
person (the onebeing pressed upon) gets something like a diamond. Now that
diamond is hard, but it is still the most highly dollared paid for stone in the
world. Every Negro got one of them diamonds on the inside. The only problem is that they just don't know that much bout mining those diamonds." --Lane Wilkins
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Hawkeye's "Blues in the Schools" for Grafton283 viewsMichael "Hawkeye" Herman's first visit to Grafton. Article written by Steve Ostermann at the Ozaukee Press.
DavidEvans by Hawkeye.jpg
Dr. David Evans is coming to Grafton254 viewsDr. David Evans at the Miss. Valley Blues Festival (, in
Davenport, IA, this past July (2005) Photo by Michael "Hawkeye" Herman
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