This page was created in celebration of the WELL's tenth birthday, in 1995. The black and white photos reside in the "trophy case" in The WELL's main office. All photos are copyright by the photographer, unless otherwise stated. Be sure to contact email@example.com if you wish to reprint any for a study or article, and we can put you in touch with the photographers. The page design, file naming and alt tags were all created the inimitable Cynsa Bonorris, who along with Anna Couey conceived of the WELL Tales project and page as a birthday present to the WELL community.
Many of these were taken in early years by staff members.
This first set of photos were taken by Matisse Enzer (matisse), while he was the WELL support manager.
Mr. Maurice Weitman (mo)
as general manager.
Party with Howard Rheingold (hlr), in front, Jon McIntire (jonmc),
David Gault (dgault), David Dunning (dlee)
Gail Ann Williams (gail)
relaxes in The WELL offfice in 1991
Highway Cleanup day Near Mt. Tamalpais
These next photos were taken by Kevin Kelly (kk)
The Vile Figtex
John Coate is seated on the left,
Cliff Figallo standing.
Fig looks skeptical while while Tex demonstrates
the usefulness of booter's modem bread-rack.
Elaine Richards (booter) found it on Haight Street.
These photos taken by John Coate (tex)
The First Chili Cook-off draws WELLfolks from all over. (August of '91)
Ramon (rabar): play an accordion, go to jail.
(wheezer) and (danlevy) try for some pokeybux.
WELL beach party
David Hawkins, (dhawk) cosies up to the ol' VAX, last seen on Liberty Dock, somewhere...
WELL Office Party: Hanging out.
Maurice (mo) and Howard (hlr) demonstrate the sekrit WELL handshake
Jon Carroll (jrc), who along with co-hosts Darlis Wood (darlis) and Carla Campbell (campbell) founded the notorious Potato conference (g spud).
Howard Rheingold (hlr), Phil Catalfo (philcat) and Robert Rossney (rbr)
untangling the innards of the old Vax
At the WELL Picnic
Darlis, Booter and Elliot.
David Gans addresses the folks at FigFest - the goodbye dinner for Cliff Figallo.
The photo archive of visitors to the WELL's Woodstock II project. A few of the visitors to the booth had email at school, but many
had only heard of the Internet when they had a chance to make a statement in
A more recent collection of photos from the 1997 WELL Picnic.
Some photos of the Well's first T1 Line.