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What was the Year?
1939

What was the Season?
fall

Can you name any of the people?
Francis Cardillo

Comments...
He was a music teacher in Williamstown. He is deceased. Has family in the area. Abrother Pete Cardillo living in Ocealo, Florida


Can you name any of the people?
My Papa!!

Can you name the location?
Williams College


Can you name any of the people?
My Papa!! Francis Cardillo

Can you name the location?
Williams College


Can you name the location?
probably the band room at Williams College

Comments...
My Dad was the Band Director at Williams for over 36 years. The date above, 1939 is wrong, as that would have made him only 10!!


Can you name the location?
probably the band room at Williams College--my dad was the Band Director there for 36 years. The stated date, 1939 is wrong, as that would have made dad only 10!!


Comments...
Is this the Francis Cardillo, Drury graduate who entered the Marine Corps in 51 or 52? If so, I have a wonderful story to tell of him and the great person he was.


Comments...
yes, that would be the same Fran.--How can I, his daughter, hear your story???


Can you name any of the people?
looks like Francis Cardillo to me


Can you name any of the people?
Francis Cardillo, my dad

Can you name the location?
Williams College


Can you name any of the people?
Fran Cardillo

Comments...
Fran Cardillo ... who gained fame a music director at Williams, was also a "great" baseball pitcher in the late 1950s. He also taught at Brayton School and worked for a brief time on the Jewel Tea Truck! When Louis Parisien, teacher at Brayton who drove an MG, died suddenly ... Fran replaced him. The students got the benefit of two great men.


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