Film, Video War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars

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Title
War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars
Summary
Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, Former Sen. Bob Dole, ABC News Correspondent Sam Donaldson, Sen. Chuck Hagel, Vice Admiral Patricia A. Tracey, Rep. Charles B. Rangel and Humorist Christopher Buckley participated in an event which launched an historic book giveaway of the first Armed Services Edition (ASE) in 55 years -- a condensed paper bound edition of Andrew Carroll’s New York times bestseller, War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars.
Event Date
May 01, 2002
Notes
-  This recording is not available.
-  Diane Kresh has been the director of libraries in Arlington, Virginia since April 2006 after a 31-year career at the Library of Congress. While at the Library of Congress, Kresh was a senior-level library administrator, director of the Veterans History Project, director of public service collections and director of preservation, and is editor of "The Whole Digital Library Handbook."
Running Time
1 hours, 47 minutes, 18 seconds
Language
English

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