Updated 12 May 2006 URL is www.tentativetimes.net/dean/gallery/index.html
NEW GALLERY IS NOW IN AUBURN, INDIANA
Gas City James Dean Memorial Gallery Is Closed
Farewell, beautiful Gallery. You are now a beautiful Convention center for Grant County, Indiana.
You'll see proms and family reunions, weddings and meetings, and things that haven't even been invented yet. The spirit of James Dean will watch over everyone.
David Loehr, Tinka Bach of the Fairmount State Bank, Dr. B.D. Patel of Marion, Indiana, and Lenny from Rebel, Rebel.
The collection belongs to David Loehr. Lenny's store /lenny/index.html now occupies the former Fairmount Gallery building.
Life-long dreams do come true.
David, Dr. Patel, and Lenny with Pam Crawford of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Pam is President of James Dean Remembered, the fan club, as well as
editor of the Dean Zine, the finest fan club zine in the world. (Link at bottom of page.)
Brenda and Jessie handled the gift shop as Teresita shopped.
Brian Hatton's replica of James Dean's Porsche Spyder is on loan from Brian himself. There are many photos of the crash site, the car, and the road where Jimmy died. We thank the Hattons for this kindness. This big display is at the back wall of the museum. Brian's family graces this photo.
Brian Hatton and family, up from Nashville TN.
More links to related pages
Go to David Loehr's newest Gallery. It's in Auburn, Indiana.
Page 1: The former index for David Loehr's Gas City James Dean Gallery (You are here)
Page 2: more Friday night guests at the old Gas City Gallery open house.
Page 3 more photos of the old Gas City museum exhibits.
Page 4: (more) fans on Saturday
Page 5: some more fans on Saturday
Page 6: still more Saturday guests
Page 7: more displays in David Loehr's former Gallery
Page 8: Road Rockets car show at former Gallery location
Page 9: Bands at Saturday's gala
See also David Loehr's own website, http://www.jamesdeangallery.com/
David Loehr's Rockabilly Rebel Weekend has its own website: http://www.rockabillyrebelweekend.com/
The former James Dean Memorial Gallery in Fairmount, Indiana, at 425 North Main Street, now houses Lenny's memorabilia store on the entire first floor. See /lenny/index.html
You can join the James Dean Remembered fan club while you are at the Gallery, or go to the website at /jdr/index.html
The Deaners Net website lives at http://www.deaners.net/
There are quite a few pages for Adeline Nall and Kenneth Kendall in Deaners.net.
The Fairmount Historical Museum is still at 203 East Washington Street in Fairmount, Indiana. It has an excellent collection of James Dean artifacts owned by the Winslow family. Their web site is http://www.jamesdeanartifacts.com/
Don't forget the Loft Inn Bed and Breakfast in Fairmount. Patryce Lofton's website is http://members.tripod.com/~the_loftin/
There is even a third motel at exit 59 now, a Holiday Inn Express. The manager, Jeremiah Louden bids fair to have you contact it directly at www.hiexpress.com/gascityin/ rather than having to search for them on-line.
See the 2005 Fan Appreciation weekend pages!