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This is one in a series of twenty-four images (PHIL 16125 - 16148) captured at a memorial ceremony exhibit entitled, “Honoring Dr. Stephen B. Thacker”. Depicted here, was a photograph of Dr. Thacker seated at a speaker’s table with Peace Activist, Bobby Muller to his immediate right during the 1998 Fifth Official, “CDC/ATSDR Celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month” gathering. The photographic series was compiled March 2013. The CDC Public Health Library and Information Center hosted an exhibit honoring Dr. Thacker’s life and contributions to the CDC. The exhibit remained on display from early February, through the EIS Conference in late April of 2013. At the time of this photograph, Dr. Thacker was the CDC, Acting Deputy Director, and had been invited to the ceremony in order to represent the CDC, and deliver the welcome speech.
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