i have been going over the history and me and my wife and good friend clint have been metal detecting around the school and the old train tracks and have fount many good items relating to cliffside their is so much history to cliffside and we also met a very nice native their.
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A curious entry would be for everyone to list where they live and where they have lived over the past ?? years. I didn't live in Cliffside but did work at the cafe for a while, lived in Henrietta. First graduating class of Chase Hi.
Went in the Air Force, lived in So. Dak., Belgium, Va., Fla., N.C. Calif, Korea, Calif. and So. Dak again, Calif again. then moved to Miss. Been here for 10 yrs now. Or e mail me .
We are studying the history of Cliffside and have really enjoyed using your website. The students have really enjoyed this study. Thanks for all the details.
3rd graders at Cliffside Elementary
I am looking for information on the Spindale Quartet, which made recordings of sacred music for Columbia Records in 1929. A 1926 article in the Sun refers to a group of this name led by D. C. Cole, but does not identify other members. If you have information on this group, please share it with me, for a project to reissue their recordings, and others from this region made in 1928-29, on a set of CDs with an accompanying book.
Tony Russell [music historian, London, England]
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