.A gallery of
photos relating to the breeding and spawning of Angelfish.
Jim Autry is a man of many titles: author, poet, businessman, speaker,
consultant. His web site features interesting sections on each of
Alumni apparel for
YOUR high school. Re-creating high school apparel and team apparel for
high schools which are no longer around.
(They have a page for Tech
Art of Maryann Thomas
artist creates beautiful watercolors inspired by her travels in Europe.
(Maryann was a student in Gene Gill's art classes).
We specialize in
creating custom designed, clean, no frills, classic web sites for your event,
club, church, or business.
Gene Gill creates one-of-a-kind miniature models of historical landmark
buildings and monuments from around the world. The average height
of his replicas is 4 inches.
Gill Paintings from the 70's
the 70's artist Gene Gill painted linear designs on layers of plastic,
which when set into a frame, created kinetic paintings.
page is considered the industry standard information source for new virus
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FUN-site makes everyone a painter. Just drag your mouse and see what
happens. Once you begin, it becomes contagious.
Kimberlin Farms is a family-owned farm
operated by Carl and Ann Kimberlin of Olive Branch MS. Carl operates the
tree farm and Ann operates the horse and pony farm. Ann is dedicated to
the equine sport of Carriage Driving.
A tourist guide for
the independent traveler, featuring lots of photos of the historic sites of
official website of the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.
Marvell High School
Class Sites, Marvell Arkansas
A fun site for the
graduates of Marvell High School. Send more photos.
visitor information provided by the Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Memphis Beale Street
Beale Street is a must-see for
out-of-town visitors and people who love "the blues"
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Transforming lives through the power of art.
A collection of art from
antiquity to the present day.
Daily Newspaper. Memphis'
Memphis Davies Manor
The oldest furnished log and chink home in
Memphis Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Fine Arts Museum specializing in
Impressionist Art. 17 acres of gardens.
The home of Elvis Presley. The 2nd
most visited home in America, after the White House.
Memphis Heritage - Giving
our past a future
Information about architecturally and
historically significant buildings and neighborhoods of Memphis
Memphis Kingsbury High
School Alumni Association
Dedicated to all graduates of Kingsbury High
School in Memphis, Tennessee.
Memphis Mud Island River Park
Experience the Mississippi River at a unique
recreational and educational facility.
Memphis National Civil
Comprehensive exhibits chronicling America's
Civil Rights Movement. This museum is within the Lorraine Motel where Dr.
Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968.
official City of Memphis Website
Memphis Peabody Hotel Ducks
The famous Peabody
ducks parade through the Grand Lobby daily at 11 AM and 5 PM.
Palace Family of Museums
A cluster of Historical and Science Museums,
including the Pink Palace mansion, Imax Theatre, planetarium, Nature Center, and
Memphis Rock 'N Soul
In the quest to
identify the roots of American's music, all roads lead to Memphis.
An alumni site
dedicated to the Southside Scrappers.
Memphis Symphony Orchestra
A great city has a
great Symphony Orchestra. The Memphis Symphony Orchestra has filled this
role since 1952.
Memphis Tech High Alumni
web site is dedicated to Memphis Tech High School as a meeting place for all
alumni of this
historic school. Senior Photos and Rosters for EVERY Tech class are now
posted. Updated daily.
High Class of 1950
The official Class of
1950 website run by Nancy Tucker Douglass. Features photos, directory,
news page, and message board.
High Class of 1951
The official Class of
1951 website run by Gene Gill. Features lots of photos, a directory, a
news page, memorial page, message board, rosters for other Tech Classes, and
more. Updated daily.
High Class of 1957
The official Class of
1957 website run by Bill Tucker. Features photos, directory, Memorial
Page, and a Message Board.
Memphis Tech High Class of
website for the class of 1960 run by Bill Lamkins, Tech 1960. Features a
directory and links to other Tech sites.
site features a large list of Memphis-based websites - including our own
"Tech, Class of '51" website.
My Midtown Memphis
A Plethora of
information concerning anything going on in midtown Memphis (A Blog run by Ryan
of Memphis is a comprehensive urban university committed to the scholarly
accomplishments of students and faculty.
in June: A Tourist's Guide to Paris.
first-rate site is full of photos and tourist information about ALL the
attractions in the "city of Lights"
Penikas - Featured Artist
interesting interview featuring this studio artist who specializes in special-effects
make-up. (Brian was a student in Gene Gill's art classes).
A complete foreign and
domestic auto repair service in Tyler, Texas.
Washington DC: A
Travel Guide for the U.S. Capitol
tourist's guide to Washington DC, featuring extensive photographs and
tourist information for all
the major attractions in the Capitol.