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Memories of Keta, from Galbraith to the Jag

10:15 PM, Apr. 30, 2013
Tom Groenfeldt took this portrait of two Door County originals, Norbert Blei and Keta Steebs, last summer at the Cornerstone Pub in Baileys Harbor. They died three days apart last week.
Tom Groenfeldt took this portrait of two Door County originals, Norbert Blei and Keta Steebs, last summer at the Cornerstone Pub in Baileys Harbor. They died three days apart last week.
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Keta Steebs had a personality that attracted people. She liked to tell about covering the Democratic National Convention, I think in Miami. She must have looked rather lost because a tall gentleman asked if he could help. She said she wanted to photograph some of the famous people but she didn't now where to look.

He guided her around, calling out "Abe," and Connecticut Sen. Abe Ribicoff waved for her camera. "Gloria," and Gloria Steinem, the famous feminist, smiled. And so it went until she was satisfied and her companion wondered off.

When she thought to ask someone, she learned her guide had ...

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