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  • Author:
    George A. Tice
  • ISBN:
    0821217135
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    978-0821217139
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    New York Graphic Society; 1st edition (October 1, 1988)
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    119 pages
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Home Tice, George A. James Dean's Fairmount, Indiana; Ronald Reagan's Dixon, Illinois; Mark Twain's Hannibal, Missouri. ISBN 10: 0821217135, ISBN 13: 9780821217139.

Tice later adopted Dean as one of his subjects in Hometowns - An American Pilgrimage . In 1956 Tice enlisted in the United States Navy, in which he rose to the rank of Photographer's Mate Third Class. Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage, was published by New York Graphic Society in 1988. Ronald Reagan, the only one of Tice's legends still alive at the time, and in office as President, sent Tice a personal letter of appreciation. In 1990, Tice received a joint fellowship from National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television (now the National Media Museum) in Bradford and from Ilkley College, Ilkley in Northern England.

an American pilgrimage. 1st ed. by George A. Tice. A New York Graphic Society book. Published 1988 by Little, Brown in Boston. James Dean's Fairmont, Indiana; Ronald Reagan's Dixon, Illinois; Mark Twain's Hannibal, Missouri.

The others: landscapes around the towns; interiors and close-ups (Dean's motorcycle, Reagan's 1928 Yearbook for example) sort of fill the pages between the lovely street shots. The book does have the advantage of presenting the photos centered on the page with wide margins in the best photo book tradition.

Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage : James Dean's Fairmount, Indiana, Ronald Reagan's Dixon, Illinois, Mark Twain's Hannibal, Missouri online.

A neat idea, visiting the small towns whose famous sons became part of American life: James Dean from Fairmount, Indiana; Ronald Reagan from Dixon, Illinois and Mark Twain from Hannibal, Missouri. As well as the photos there a few pages in the three sections with writings by or about these three, fortunately, though, these don't take up too much space.

Tour Mark Twain Cave, Missouri’s oldest show cave and the cave in which the writer played as a child in Hannibal. While there, wine lovers can sample the unique Mark Twain vintages exclusive to the site’s Cave West Winery (and don’t leave Hannibal without sampling the cave-aged cheeses and homemade fudge). Catch a stage performance by a Mark Twain actor at historic Planter’s Barn Theater or Cave Hollow Theater

Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage features Tice's photographic examinations of a trio of American hometowns that have produced well-known sons: James Dean's hometown of Fairmount, Indiana; Ronald Reagan's boyhood home of Dixon, Illinois; and Mark.

Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage features Tice's photographic examinations of a trio of American hometowns that have produced well-known sons: James Dean's hometown of Fairmount, Indiana; Ronald Reagan's boyhood home of Dixon, Illinois; and Mark Twain's storied Hannibal, Missouri. Tice explores the towns as they are, but with a nod toward what they were and what they became after the rise of their famous residents.

Gathers modern photographs of the home towns of James Dean, President Reagan, and Mark Twain, and includes writings by and about each man