Fairall went back to school and got a graduate degree in History. Do not know if he is still in business as a photog or not. Have not herd from him for many years.
--- In NVnarrowgauge@yahoogroups.com, Brian Norden <bnorden49@...> wrote:
> Excuse the multiple posts.
> I would like to get in touch with David Fairall who lived in the Citrus
> Heights (Sacramento area) in the 1990s. He seems to have relocated
> elsewhere. I would like to get in touch with him. If he is on this
> list or someone knows how to get in touch with him, I would like to hear.
> As I recall he was a commercial (weddings, etc.) photographer and he had
> some photo negatives that his grandfather or great-grandfather had taken
> while traveling on the narrow gauges to and from Tonopah during the boom
> period. I recall seeing him showing some of the images one Saturday
> evening after daytime Saturday gathering at CSRM that I believe Charlie
> Siebenthal organized about Nevada narrow gauges. (Same weekend as the
> CSRM Foundation became concessionaire at Jamestown)
> I know of some copy prints in a private collection. But I would like to
> contact Mr. Fairall about using at least one of the images for an
> article about the Tonopah boom period on the C&C.
> Brian Norden
> bnorden49 (at) earthlink.net