Profiles the life and work of distinguished Kentucky historian Dr. Thomas Clark, whose teaching and writing career spans more than 70 years. Told largely in Clark's own words, the documentary also includes interviews with former Kentucky first lady Libby Jones, former governor Ned Breathitt, authors John Egerton and Bill Cunningham, and others. Bob Edwards narrates. Produced in 1996 by Arthur Rouse Productions, Lexington.
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