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Charles Kuralt's American Moments
Charles Kuralt's American Moments
Author: Charles Kuralt, Peter Freundlich (Editor)
Time magazine once hailed Charles Kuralt as "the laureate of the common man." and in this final collection. Kuralt once again portrays the people, the places, and the things that define our nation. Culled from his final project, a series of brief television essays in the spirit of his famous On the Road reports, Charle...  more » introduces a host of American characters and scenes, and imbues them with charm, simplicity, and elegance. From the dedication of the man who handcrafts the president's shoes to the quiet beauty of a covered bridge, they are all symbols of an American spirit that Kuralt spent his life chronicling, celebrating, and, most importantly, just noticing.
ISBN-13: 9780684863443
ISBN-10: 0684863448
Publication Date: 11/12/1999
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Paperback
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One and two page tid-bits of Americana. Black and white photos. Sampling of info: Windmills in Texas; A Southern California Good Samaritan; A Gas Station Museum in Chicago; An opera singer who became a farmer; A small town newspaper printed on a Linotype machine; and many, many more.