Of course, only people who were staff or students during the 1979 school year (or had siblings who were) had a chance to see the yearbook. For that reason I’ve posted copies of Steve’s work here for others to view. Click on the image for a closer view.
There is an ironic side story that goes with the yearbook. It seems the Editor-in-chief, Nancy Wetzell, was disappointed with the lack participation of the student body in the effort to produce the yearbook that year (apparently a number of students quit during the school year) and in the Editor’s Statement wrote, “Students should be more willing to give of themselves and their talents for the betterment of the entire school.”
Well, having watched Steve work on the cover I think that would have applied to him. However, the funny thing is the one person who wasn’t credited for working on the book was Steve. In fact, the only sign Steve worked on the cover was his signature on the back cover image. So, I guess, I’m giving him his proper credit now.