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Spring Break 1962: Meet Dolores Dyer

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On March 7, Rock Center aired parts of an NBC report from 1962 where anchor Chet Huntley described a ‘new’ phenomenon called Spring Break. Rock Center recently tracked down some of the young adults recorded by NBC cameras 50 years ago. Dolores Dyer looks back fondly on her spring break at Daytona Beach.