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  1. Susan Chiles Artymko says:

    Jeff, I have just been discovering your work and your website recently through my father, Roger Chiles, who worked at Exchem from 1974-76 (I think they went down to a photo exhibition this spring in Toronto?). All I can say is thank you. I think of Liberia often and the idyllic years we spent there in the rubber plantations, on the beach, shopping in Monrovia. I have always wondered what happened to the compound and the school. I don’t know if Roger has sent any photos to you yet, but he has lots and lots, of the Fanty Fishermen on Bassa Beach, the Charlies who used to drive around the compound selling the wood carvings and country cloth, and Old Man Beggar, dressed up with a huge mask -I used to be terrified. There are also pictures of the compound watchman and his wife with the prawn baskets they used to set in the Farmington River.

    My children have always loved me telling them the stories of living in Africa when I was young, going to school there, the fact that ice cream was more available than fresh milk (I don’t think I drank fresh milk for two years, just powdered!) because it was easier to keep something frozen than just cold, and Santa coming down the river in the speedboat to distribute gifts in the palaver hut in the centre of the compound.

    Anyway, I could go on and on with the memories. I haven’t had a look at your documentary yet, but I am really looking forward to seeing it, and hopefully seeing some of the places I remember.

    Susan

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