Popular columnist A. C. Greene grew up in a small town in Texas-a place where no one would have expected he might encounter some very important people-but he tells of his unexpected meetings with famous and powerful figures as a young boy in Texas, and then later as a newspaper reporter in larger cities. He recalls these unexpected encounters with such famous people as Roy Rogers, Larry McMurtry, George H. W. Bush, George W. and Laura Bush, T. S. Eliot, Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner, and Van Cliburn, to name a few.
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A. C. Greene is a popular columnist with the Dallas Morning News, a recipient of the Chautauqua Award for lifetime achievement in preserving history, a fellow in the Texas Institute of Letters and the Texas State Historical Association, and the author of many books.Review:
"The best part of this [book] is realizing (again) how great a master wordsmith A.C. was." -- East Texas Historical Association
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Book Description Bright Sky Press, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0970998791