SATURDAY APRIL 12, 2003
3RD ANNUAL JIM REEVES COUNTRY MUSIC JAMBOREE
The grounds of the festival, the stage with some musicians can just be seen at the left.
The stall of the Hawathorn Funeral Home with their Jim Reeves Tribute.
A floral tribute by the Hawthorne Funeral Home.
The Reunion of the Class of 1942
A VISIT TO THE TEXAS COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME
This panaromatic display graces the hall of the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame.
Some Jim Reeves Memorablia on display. Note the guitar is not one of Jim's.
Another displays contains one of Jim's guitars.
Chester Studdard, one of Jim's baseball buddies looks toward the camera.
An informative display on Jim Reeves.
Leo talks about the displayed items in front of the home video camera.
SUNDAY APRIL 13, 2003
Dave Morris, Tom Perryman and Leo having a discussion at breakfast.
A VISIT TO JIM'S BIRTHPLACE
Helen Yount shows Arie and Leo some legal documents.
The party stands on the spot where Jim's Birthplace once stood.
A picture of the house a few years before it was demolished. (courtesey of Helen Yount)
The well was located in the big hole, seen in the middle of this picture.
Members of the Yount Family and Jim Reeves Fans pose at the spot where once Jim's Birthplace stood.
THE JIM REEVES FANS MEETING AT THE CARTHAGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Leo Jackson and Tommy Perryman, behind them are former school and baseball buddies.
Marco van Vugt, Elsie Pomonis, Leo Jackson and Tom Perryman
Leo plays 'Wildwood Flower' on Jim's guitar.
John Rex Reeves strums a Jim Reeves song.
Pictures taken by Arie den Dulk and Marco van Vugt
In the #94 March issue of the Jim Reeves fan Club magazine is an article about the Jim Reeves fans meeting by Mr. Dave Morris.
In the #95 July issue, there'll be an article about my visit and explorations in Nashville, a week later, including a visit to RCA's Studio B with Leo Jackson, and John Rumble, the senior historian of the Country Music Foundation. 'Exclusive' pictures of that visit will be published.on this website.