Talking 1950s on the Radio – The Lucky Strike Papers

“Radio Once More” and Andrew Fielding are stalwarts of journalism that serves history – longtime pros using modern-day capacities through print and multi-media to capture the vivid realities and contexts of our past and to bring them alive in new ways for new generations.

Andrew and I, as journalists at the core, share an appreciation of our Baby Boom upbringing and the value of preserving this history for today and tomorrow. Listen to his latest interview with me about The Artist’s Eye – my father’s watercolors of small town America in the 1950s and how I came to write this book. He asks provocative questions that bring this history truly alive.

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About The Artist's Eye

Writer, consultant and author of The Artist's Eye: Vernon P. Johnson's Watercolors of 1950s Small Town America
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