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Legacies of Camelot : Stewart and Lee Udall, American culture, and the arts

Author: L Boyd Finch
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2008]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Selected as Secretary of the Interior by President John F. Kennedy, Stewart Udall had the idea to invite Robert Frost to take part in Kennedy's inauguration. Frost's unforgettable performance at that event set in motion cultural initiatives that led to the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap Farm Park, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Humanities, and the revived Ford Theatre. In Legacies of Camelot, L. Boyd Finch  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Finch, L. Boyd.
Legacies of Camelot.
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©2008
(OCoLC)607887713
Named Person: Stewart L Udall; Lee Udall; Lee Udall; Stewart L Udall; Stewart L Udall; Lee Udall
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: L Boyd Finch
ISBN: 9780806138794 0806138793
OCLC Number: 122337885
Description: xiii, 194 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Tom Udall --
Ch. 1. A Country Boy, a Small-Town Girl --
Ch. 2. The Poet Comes to Dinner --
Ch. 3. Frost Steals the Show --
Ch. 4. "Secretary of Things in General" --
Ch. 5. "A Golden Age of Poetry and Power" --
Ch. 6. "Like Rosencrantz and Guildenstern" --
Ch. 7. The Effects "Just Rippled Out" --
Ch. 8. "Disappear for a While and Write a Book" --
Ch. 9. "A Fine and Loving Book" --
Ch. 10. "All Meteors Sign the Sky Once --
Only Once" --
Ch. 11. "The Nicest Thing Johnson Ever Did for Me" --
Ch. 12. A Poet Sublime and Comic --
Ch. 13. "A Preservation Classic" --
Ch. 14. "That's What Lincoln Would Want" --
Ch. 15. "I Was a Good Prodder" --
Ch. 16. "Her Extraordinary Friendliness" --
Ch. 17. "They Saw the Arts as Indian People Do" --
Ch. 18. "She Carved out Her Own Legacy" --
Ch. 19. "Manifest Destiny Was a Glib Slogan" --
Ch. 20. "The Heart of a Poet."
Other Titles: Stewart and Lee Udall, American culture, and the arts
Responsibility: L. Boyd Finch ; foreword by Tom Udall.
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"Selected as Secretary of the Interior by President John F. Kennedy, Stewart Udall had the idea to invite Robert Frost to take part in Kennedy's inauguration. Frost's unforgettable performance at that event set in motion cultural initiatives that led to the Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap Farm Park, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Humanities, and the revived Ford Theatre. In Legacies of Camelot, L. Boyd Finch describes the growing partnership between government and the arts during the Kennedy-Johnson years, a remarkable story that until now has received only cursory attention." "A friend and associate of the Udalls, Finch offers an insider's view of their roles in American cultural life, telling how the Arizonans brought their western heritage to Washington and, through their tireless efforts on behalf of artists both famous and unknown, helped spark a cultural renaissance in America."--Jacket.

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