Seeking aid with identification

I've taken pictures all my life, and to some degree can be said to have illustrated a record of my life.

Part of that life was spent as a graduate student at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, which I entered in fall 1973 and finished with a PhD in June 1985. Although not every minute of that time was spent in school (or even in Seattle), the period was a defining experience of my life, and much of the credit for that goes to the amazing body of students, faculty, and administrative staff I encountered there.

As I finish my working career, I am digitizing all the photographs I've taken during my life. Previous experiences have shown the wisdom of getting help with person identification at the earliest opportunity. And other experiences (including my family's scrapbooks) have shown the utter futility of page after page of photographs without identification. So I'm making an effort to identify everyone in the photographs that appear to me to refer to my time at UW. Already I've received help from David Knechtges and David Banner. Perhaps now from you, too.

What will I do with this? Who knows. Certainly, it is a goal to share these pictures with "the world." But whether they stay exclusively within my personal space or find their way into a wider sphere, I want to know that at least I made an attempt to connect a picture with a name.

If you see someone in one of these photographs who is either unidentified or mistakenly so, please drop me a note at: mrbroschat @ gmail.com (no spaces).

Michael Broschat