Wrestling Fan Convention in Charleston SC
"The Legends Return: A Tribute to Henry Marcus"
Historic County Hall - May 30, 1998
Front Row: Johnny Valentine, Penny Banner, Mae Young, Mike Mooneyham, Fabulous Moolah, Diamond Lil, Ron West, George South, Burrhead Jones, Mark Curtis.
2nd Row: Andy McDaniel, Abe Jacobs, Tommy Young, Swede Hanson, Rip Hawk, Tim Woods, Susan Green, Charles Robinson.
Back row: Jose Lothario, Thunderbolt Patterson, George "Two Ton" Harris, Lei Lani Kai , Ole Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Sandy Scott, Al Mandell
(Photo by Jerry Wright and courtesy of Andy McDaniel)
by Mike Mooneyham - Charleston Post & Courier
From Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Thunderbolt Patterson, Ole Anderson, and Tim Woods; Jose Lothario; George "Two Ton" Harris; Ron West, Rip Hawk, Tommy Young, and Swede Hanson; Group photo #1: Penny Banner, Mae Young, Mike Mooneyham, Swede Hanson, Moolah, Rip Hawk, Susan Greene, Diamond Lil, Sandy Scott, Ron West; Johnny Valentine; Ole Anderson; Tommy Young and Penny Banner; Moolah, Clay Sweet, and Mae Young; Tully Blanchard and Peggy Lathan; Thunderbolt Patterson and Tully Blanchard; Swede Hanson and Rip Hawk; Group photo #2: Johnny Valentine, Penny Banner, Mae Young, Abe Jacobs, Mike Mooneyham, unknown, Swede Hanson, Moolah, Rip Hawk, Tim Woods; Group Photo #2: Andy McDaniel, Penny Banner, Mae Young, Mike Mooneyham, Tommy Young, Swede Hanson, Moolah, Rip Hawk, Tim Woods, Tully Blanchard, Diamond Lil, Susan Green, Ron West, Al Mandel, Charles Robinson, George South, Burrhead Jones.
Photos by Peggy Lathan and Wayne Castevens
From Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Mike Mooneyham interviews long time Charleston/Low Country promoter Henry Marcus; George "Two Ton" Harris; Johnny Valentine; Ole Anderson and Burrhead Jones; Swede Hansen; Rip Hawk and Swede Hansen; Tommy Young, Lee Scott and Andy McDaniel; Sandy Scott and Burrhead Jones; Ole Anderson and Burrhead Jones; Tim Woods and Thunderbolt Patterson; George South, unknown, and Mark Curtis; the wrestling ring in King Street Place, formerly County Hall. The beautiful old County Hall in Charleston was the home for wrestling there for many years.
Photos by Jerry Wright and courtesy of Andy McDaniel.
Charleston Promoter Henry Marcus