Thanks for the correction Mark, and yes I might of been there around that time. I always enjoyed the dining hall and the library that they had on the road near the main entrance. The books there on Labor history were invaluable, one could really get lost there.
When I did that festival(1996)that year I got them to have a web site and because of that we got volunteers from Md. Tenn. and Ky.
Always liked Don's stories and hearing Hossi Hudson sing on stage.
There is a good book called, John Egerton, Speak Now against the Day and it shows Don on his motorbike. But has good info on the many who did so much including Mr. Hossi Hudson.
Singing on stage with Hossi was always fun.