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by Thomas Dionysius Clark,James Archambeault

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ISBN:
1558680136
Author:
Thomas Dionysius Clark,James Archambeault
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Graphic Arts Books; 2 edition (November 1, 1989)
Pages:
144 pages
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1605 kb
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The work of photographer James Archambeault graces the walls of many Kentucky homes, and appears in calendars and many national magazines and books. Representing several years and thousands of miles of travel, his first celebration of the Bluegrass State, Kentucky, was followed by the widely popular Kentucky II, both published by Graphic Arts Center Publishing "RM". Thomas D. Clark is a historian of vigor, having taught, lectured, andwritten about the South for the past half century. He has received numerous professional awards both as a professor and as an author.

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ISBN 10: 1558680136 ISBN 13: 9781558680135. Publisher: Graphic Arts Books, 1989. The award-winning team of photographer James Archambeault and writer Dr. Clark captures the magic of Kentucky.

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Thomas Dionysius Clark (July 14, 1903 – June 28, 2005) was an American historian. Clark saved from destruction a large portion of Kentucky's printed history, which later became a core body of documents in the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. Often referred to as the "Dean of Historians" Clark is best known for his 1937 work, A History of Kentucky. Clark was named Historian Laureate of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1991.

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Online Books by. Thomas Dionysius Clark. Clark, Thomas Dionysius, 1903-2005). Clark, Thomas Dionysius, 1903-2005, e. A Description of Kentucky, in North America; To Which are Prefixed Miscellaneous Observations Respecting the United States (Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 1945), by Harry Toulmin (page images at HathiTrust). Additional books from the extended shelves

The award-winning team of photographer James Archambeault and writer Dr.

The award-winning team of photographer James Archambeault and writer Dr.

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The award-winning team of photographer James Archambeault and writer Dr. Thomas D. Clark captures the magic of Kentucky.
  • Gathris
Beautiful photography, as always. I have had several of Archambeault's books and other art works. Always the best.
  • Simple fellow
Beautiful pictures of a beautiful state.
  • Impala Frozen
When I was a little girl, I never tired of gazing at James Archambault's amazing photographs of Kentucky in my dad's copy of the original "Kentucky." When I grew up, moved away from home to Arizona, and realized how much of Kentucky was a part of me, my mother presented me with the updated version one Christmas. Now that she has retired to Florida and is homesick for her first Christmas away from the Bluegrass, I'm giving her a copy of her own...although I do fear that it may make her even more homesick for the rolling hills and changing seasons of our native home. At any rate, I wouldn't dream of giving her any other book of Kentucky. We Kentuckians know that this series is the one to have and to give.
  • Munigrinn
It is also hard for me living way from Kentucky - as I attend Auburn University. When I do get homesick, I get out Kentucky II and it takes me there. It takes me back to the times of working on the farm, enjoying the beautiful fall colors, and the being with a brand of people like no where else. If you are a native Kentuckian or just want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of our state - from the Western Kentucky tobacco farms, to the Bluegrass, to the rugged mountains and forests of Eastern Kentucky - buy this book! As a amateur photographer, I can say James Archambeault is a hero!