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I don't know if any one is interested but Michelle White (Clarence's Daughter) has Clarence T shirts that are real nice. They have a Portrait of Clarence on the front and a photo of him standing and playing a D-28 on the back. They are $30 but that includes the shipping. You deal with Michelle directly and I like that. To look at one just google Clarence White T shirt and look for the one by Michelle White. You just mail a check made out to her and pick a color.
Give her your address and she is very prompt about getting them in the mail. I included my email address and she sent me a nice thank you.
You might also try www.clarencewhiteforum.com Michelle is the moderator there. It's another Clarence White forum I belong to. Address to mail the check is
Michelle White
701 LBridge Avenue
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129
Mike Pullen

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I can't get that link to work, Mike.
Doc,
Try www.clarencewhiteforum.com
I think what happened is the first one is the page I get after i have already logged in.
Sorry about that and hope this helps
Mike
Thanks Mike - that's the one that I know. I thought maybe there was another as well.
Thanks Mike. I'd love to have a CW t-shirt.

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