Monthly Archives: November 2010

UTP’s Karwhite, Pelton Lauded for Book Designs

The Southeastern Library Association granted two awards to UT Press designers in its 2009 Southern Books Competition. Barbara Karwhite’s THE WARS OF MYRON KING: A B-17 PILOT FACES WWII AND U.S.–SOVIET INTRIGUE won an Honorable Mention for dust jacket design. Chad Pelton’s  AMERICA’S MAIN STREET HOTELS: TRANSIENCY AND COMMUNITY IN THE EARLY AUTO ...

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Harry Moore’s Latest Tells Story of War and Ultimate Sacrifice

The Lonely Road is the story of nine men—all of whom lived on the same road in the small community of Nance in Crockett County, Tennessee, and all of whom, within eighteen months of each other, gave the supreme sacrifice for their country during World War II. They fought in different regiments, platoons, and ...

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