2017 University Press Books

 

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700-799 The Arts


700-759 Fine Arts

760-779 Graphic Arts, Photography        
780-799 Music, Performing Arts, Recreation, Sports        
   

700-759 Fine Arts


700.92

Kalil, Susie

The Color of Being/El Color del Ser: Dorothy Hood, 1918-2000

288 pp., 10" x 11", 118 color illustrations, bibliography, index, $45.00 cloth, $45.00 ebook, CIP included

September 2016

Texas A&M University Press

The Color of Being/El Color del Ser: Dorothy Hood, 1918-2000 establishes Hood's legacy as a vital connection among Texas, Latin America, New York, and Europe. It celebrates this important Modernist painter whose oeuvre is integral to the ongoing dialogue of abstraction by artists of the postwar period.

LC 2016001852, ISBN 9781623494193 (c.), ISBN 9781623494209 (e.)

AASL: G/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


704.948

Agnew, Neville, Marcia Reed, and Tevvy Ball (Editors)

Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road

302 pp., 9 1/2" x 11", 192 color and 25 b&w illustrations, $59.95 cloth, CIP included

May 2016

Getty Publications

The Mogao grottoes in northwestern China, located near the town of Dunhuang on the fabled Silk Road, are home to 45,000 square meters of murals, more than 2,000 statues, and over 40,000 manuscripts, making them some of the most important sites of Buddhist art in the world. This gorgeous exhibition catalogue transports readers to the caves themselves through stunning reproductions and lively essays, while providing readers an up-close look at these exquisite objects.

LC 2015042531, ISBN 9781606064894 (c.)

AASL: G/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


708.147

Molesworth, Charles

The Capitalist and the Critic: J. P. Morgan, Roger Fry, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art

256 pp., 6" x 9", 29 b&w photographs, $29.95 cloth, $29.95 ebook, CIP included

March 2016

University of Texas Press

A skillful and fascinating retelling of the often testy relationship between J. P. Morgan and Roger Fry, two men who did more to establish the preeminence of the Metropolitan Museum of Art than any collector and curator before or since.

LC 2015016164, ISBN 9781477308400 (c.), ISBN 9781477308417 (e.)

RUSA/CODES: S


741.509

Young, Paul

Frank Miller's Daredevil and the Ends of Heroism

292 pp., 6" x 9", 52 color illustrations, $90.00 cloth, $27.95 paper, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

July 2016

Rutgers University Press

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, writer-artist Frank Miller turned Daredevil from a tepid-selling comic to an industry-wide success story, then left to establish a renowned and controversial career. A childhood fan of the comic, media scholar Paul Young presents a rigorous study of the artist's influences and innovations, an examination of how Miller's vision impacted the comics industry, and a reflection on how Daredevil taught him about the creative possibilities of comics while shaking his faith in superheroes.

LC 2015032501, ISBN 9780813563824 (c.), ISBN 9780813563817 (p.), ISBN 9780813573038 (e.)

AASL: G/HS, P


741.683

Meikle, Jeffrey L.

Postcard America: Curt Teich and the Imaging of a Nation, 1931-1950

520 pp., 7" x 10", 213 color and 7 b&w photographs, $45.00 cloth, $45.00 ebook, CIP included

January 2016

University of Texas Press

Extensively illustrated with representative images, this unique book illuminates the cultural significance of the highly colorized "linen" postcards that depicted a glowing America in the 1930s and 1940s and that fascinate collectors today.

LC 2015023704, ISBN 9780292726611 (c.), ISBN 9781477308592 (e.)

AASL: G/HS

RUSA/CODES: O


746.920

Marcketti, Sara B. and Jean L. Parsons

Knock It Off: A History of Design Piracy in the US Women's Ready-to-West Apparel Industry

240 pp., 6" x 9", 60 halftones, $24.95 paper, $9.95 ebook, CIP included

May 2016

Texas Tech University Press

The intersection of women's fashion and big business in the US has always been a compelling study across social strata. The ready-to-wear apparel industry thrives on creating a presumably original design that is then interpreted into copies. Called design piracy by some and the knock-off process by most in the industry, copying fashion designs is a firmly embedded business strategy that predates even the advent of women's ready-to-wear in the late nineteenth century. Knock It Off puts into perspective the conflicting interests that have always set fashion design apart from other creative works and continue to make the industry an endlessly perplexing and risky business.

LC 2016011788, ISBN 9780896729667 (p.), ISBN 9780896729674 (e.)

AASL: G/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


759.949

Grant, Patrick

Reading Vincent van Gogh: A Thematic Guide to the Letters

200 pp., 5" x 8", $26.95 paper, $24.95 ebook, CIP included

October 2016

Athabasca University Press

Soon after his death, Vincent van Gogh's reputation grew and developed through the extraordinary symbiosis evident between his paintings and letters. However it is a formidable task to read and analyze Van Gogh's nearly eight hundred letters due to the sheer bulk and complexity of the collection. Reading Vincent van Gogh is at once an interpretive guide to the letters and a distillation of Van Gogh's key themes and ideas. This indispensable, synoptic, and interpretive view of the letters as a whole will be equally of interest to scholars and teachers making use of Van Gogh's letters as it will be to those who have long been fascinated by the artist.

LC 2016364091, ISBN 9781771991872 (p.), ISBN 9781771991896 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

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760-779 Graphic Arts, Photography


770.92

Leifer, Neil

(With Diane K. Shah)

Relentless: The Stories behind the Photographs

400 pp., 7 1/4" x 9 1/2", 276 color photographs, $45.00 cloth, CIP included

May 2016

University of Texas Press

The best-known sports photographer of the last fifty years recounts riveting, behind-the-scenes stories of some fifty iconic images of American popular culture, with subjects ranging from sports legends, to current events, to presidents and celebrities.

LC 2015031821, ISBN 9781477309483 (c.)

AASL: G/MS

RUSA/CODES: O


770.976

Robb, Frances Osborn

Shot in Alabama: A History of Photography, 1839-1941, and a List of Photographers

592 pp., 7" x 10", 1 color figure, 153 duotone figures, 2 maps, $59.95 cloth, $59.95 ebook, CIP included

January 2017

The University of Alabama Press

Shot in Alabama is a sumptuously illustrated history of photography as practiced in the state from 1839 to 1941. It offers a unique account of the birth and development of a significant documentary and artistic medium, and of the ways that medium distinctively reflects the story of a culturally rich region. Presented chronologically—from the very first photograph ever taken in the state to the appearance of cameras as commonplace possessions in mid-twentieth-century households—Robb draws into sharp relief the eras of daguerreotypes, Civil War photography, late nineteenth-century photographic portraiture, urban and rural photography, postcard and tourist photography, and portraits depicting soldiers and the home front.

LC 2015050538, ISBN 9780817318789 (c.), ISBN 9780817388782 (e.)

RUSA/CODES: RS

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780-799 Music, Performing Arts, Recreation, Sports


780.958

Levin, Theodore, Saida Daukeyeva, and Elmira Köchümkulova (Editors)

The Music of Central Asia

703 pp., 8" x 10", 456 color illustrations, $40.00 cloth, $39.99 ebook, CIP included

December 2016

Indiana University Press

This beautiful and informative book offers a detailed introduction to the musical heritage of Central Asia for readers and listeners worldwide, balancing "insider" and "outsider" perspectives with contributions by 27 authors from 14 countries.

LC 2015020867, ISBN 9780253017512 (c.), ISBN 9780253027344 (e.)

AASL: S/P


780.972

Manuel, Peter

(With Michael Largey)

Caribbean Currents: Caribbean Music from Rumba to Reggae

Third Edition

360 pp., 6" x 9", 39 line drawings, 51 halftones, 1 map, $99.50 cloth, $34.95 paper, $34.95 ebook, CIP included

September 2016

Temple University Press

First published in 1995, Caribbean Currents has become the definitive guide to the distinctive musics of this region of the world. This third edition of the award-winning book is substantially updated and expanded, featuring thorough coverage of new developments, such as the global spread of reggaeton and bachata, the advent of music videos, the restructuring of the music industry, and the emergence of new dance styles. It also includes many new illustrations and links to accompanying video footage.

LC 2016004942, ISBN 9781439913994 (c.), ISBN 9781439914007 (p.), ISBN 9781439914014 (e.)

AASL: S/HS, P

RUSA/CODES: S


781.64

Lawrence, Tim

Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-1983

600 pp., 6" x 9", 115 illustrations, $99.95 cloth, $27.95 paper, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

September 2016

Duke University Press

As the 1970s gave way to the 80s, New York's party scene entered a ferociously inventive period characterized by its creativity, intensity, and hybridity. Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor chronicles this tumultuous time, charting the sonic and social eruptions that took place in the city's subterranean party venues as well as the way they cultivated breakthrough movements in art, performance, video, and film. Interviewing DJs, party hosts, producers, musicians, artists, and dancers, Tim Lawrence illustrates how the relatively discrete post-disco, post-punk, and hip hop scenes became marked by their level of plurality, interaction, and convergence.

LC 2016007103, ISBN 9780822361862 (c.), ISBN 9780822362029 (p.), ISBN 9780822373926 (e.)

RUSA/CODES: S


781.640

Ollison, Rashod

Soul Serenade: Rhythm, Blues & Coming of Age Through Vinyl

240 pp., 6" x 9", $25.95 cloth, $18.00 paper, $24.99 ebook, CIP included

January 2016

Beacon Press

A coming-of-age memoir about a young boy in rural Arkansas who searches for himself and his distant father through soul music. Six year old Rashod lived with his mother and sister, haunted by the memory of his itinerant Vietnam vet father. He found solace in his father's record collection—the music of Aretha Franklin, Bobby Womack, Al Green, and others. His emerging same-sex attraction further isolated him but mentors in the community fostered his intelligence and talent, introducing him to the writing of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Nikki Giovanni, and others. Their books and his father's music enabled him to thrive in spite of the instability and harshness of his childhood.

LC 2015010975, ISBN 9780807057520 (c.), ISBN 9780807088975 (p.), ISBN 9780807057537 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


781.650

Youngquist, Paul

A Pure Solar World: Sun Ra and the Birth of Afrofuturism

372 pp., 6" x 9", 23 b&w photographs, $27.95 cloth, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

October 2016

University of Texas Press

Surveying the range of Sun Ra's extraordinary creativity, this book explores how the father of Afrofuturism brought "space music" to a planet in need of transformation, supporting the aspirations of black people in an inhospitable white world.

LC 2016005943, ISBN 9780292726369 (c.), ISBN 9781477311172 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


782.421

Bishop-Sanchez, Kathryn

Creating Carmen Miranda: Race, Camp, and Transnational Stardom

304 pp., 7" x 10", 18 b&w photographs, $35.00 cloth, $9.99 ebook, CIP included

October 2016

Vanderbilt University Press

In film, music, and dance, Carmen Miranda—armed with her iconic fruit-basket headdresses—demonstrated the provocative theatrical force of her cultural roots in Brazil. For American film audiences, her life was an example of the exoticism of a mysterious, sensual South America. For Latin American audiences, she was an icon. For the gay community, she became a work of art personified and a symbol of courage and charisma. Author Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez takes us through the many methods Miranda consciously used to shape her performance of race, gender, and camp culture, all to further her journey toward becoming a legend.

LC 2015042857, ISBN 9780826521125 (c.), ISBN 9780826521149 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


787.881

Dubois, Laurent

The Banjo: America's African Instrument

384 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 20 halftones, $29.95 cloth, $29.95 ebook, CIP included

March 2016

Harvard University Press

American slaves drew on memories of African musical traditions to construct instruments from carved-out gourds covered with animal skin. Providing a sense of rootedness, solidarity, and consolation, banjo picking became an essential part of black plantation life, and its unmistakable sound remains versatile and enduring today, [as] Laurent Dubois shows.

LC 2015031048, ISBN 9780674047846 (c.), ISBN 9780674968837 (e.)

AASL: S/HS


791.430

de Baecque, Antoine and Noël Herpe

&‌Eacute;ric Rohmer: A Biography

608 pp., 7" x 10", $40.00 cloth, $39.99 ebook, CIP included

June 2016

Columbia University Press

This exhaustive biography uses personal archives and interviews to enrich our knowledge of Rohmer's public achievements and lesser known interests and relations. The filmmaker kept in close communication with his contemporaries and competitors: François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, and Jacques Rivette. He held a paradoxical fascination with royalist politics, the fate of the environment, Catholicism, classical music, and the French nightclub scene. Despite an austere approach to life, Rohmer had a voracious appetite for art, culture, and intellectual debate captured vividly in this definitive volume.

LC 2015041586, ISBN 9780231175586 (c.), ISBN 9780231541572 (e.)

RUSA/CODES: S


791.430

Kolker, Robert P.

Extraordinary Image: Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, and the Reimagining of Cinema

224 pp., 6 13/100" x 9 1/4", 50 photographs, $27.95 cloth, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

November 2016

Rutgers University Press

The Extraordinary Image takes readers on a fascinating journey through the lives and films of three great directors—Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, and Stanley Kubrick—seeking to identify the qualities that made them cinematic visionaries. Offering a deeply personal set of reflections on three artists who have changed the way he understands movies, acclaimed scholar Robert P. Kolker leads readers on an exploration of how movies work, what they mean, and why they bring us so much pleasure.

LC 2016012316, ISBN 9780813583099 (c.), ISBN 9780813583112 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


791.430

Yuen, Nancy Wang

Reel Inequality: Hollywood Actors and Racism

208 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 6 figures, $60.00 cloth, $22.95 paper, $22.95 ebook, CIP included

December 2016

Rutgers University Press

Not only are #OscarsSoWhite, but white male gatekeepers dominate Hollywood, breeding a culture of ethnocentric storytelling and casting. Reel Inequality examines the structural barriers actors of color face in Hollywood, while shedding light on how they survive in a racist industry. Through nearly a hundred interviews with working actors, Nancy Wang Yuen reveals the biases they experience in talent agents' offices, at auditions, and on sets, yet also provides vital insights from actors of color who have succeeded on their own terms.

LC 2016012315, ISBN 9780813586304 (c.), ISBN 9780813586298 (p.), ISBN 9780813586311 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


791.436

Cagle, Chris

Sociology on Film: Postwar Hollywood's Prestige Commodity

194 pp., 6" x 9", 15 photographs, 6 tables, $80.00 cloth, $26.95 paper, CIP included

December 2016

Rutgers University Press

After World War II, Hollywood's "social problem films"—tackling topical issues that included racism, crime, mental illness, and drug abuse—were hits with critics and general moviegoers alike. Sociology on Film considers the postwar "problem film" as a form of popular sociology, translating contemporary policy debates and intellectual discussions into cinematic form. Examining the politics and aesthetics of films like Gentleman's Agreement and The Lost Weekend, Chris Cagle explores how the genre both shaped and reflected the middle-class audience's views of society.

LC 2016012329, ISBN 9780813576947 (c.), ISBN 9780813576930 (p.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


791.436

Davis, Blair

Movie Comics: Page to Screen/Screen to Page

256 pp., 6" x 9", 36 color and 14 b&w photographs, $90.00 cloth, $27.95 paper, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

January 2017

Rutgers University Press

Movie Comics is the first book to study the long history of comics-to-film and film-to-comics adaptations, covering everything from silent films starring Happy Hooligan to sound films and serials featuring Dick Tracy and Superman to comic books starring John Wayne and Bob Hope. Blair Davis tracks the artistic coevolution of films and comics, investigates how the film and comics industries joined forces to expand the reach of their various brands, and contemplates our abiding desire to experience the same characters and stories in multiple forms.

LC 2016008286, ISBN 9780813572260 (c.), ISBN 9780813572253 (p.), ISBN 9780813572277 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: S


791.436

Dixon, Wheeler Winston

Black and White Cinema: A Short History

240 pp., 6" x 9", 41 photographs, $90.00 cloth, $27.95 paper, $27.95 ebook, CIP included

November 2015

Rutgers University Press

Black and White Cinema is the first study to consider black-and-white film as an art form in its own right, providing a comprehensive and global overview of the era when it flourished, from the 1900s to the 1960s. Including over forty stills that give us a unique glimpse behind the scenes, Wheeler Winston Dixon introduces us to the masters of this art, including directors, set designers, and award-winning cinematographers like James Wong Howe, Freddie Francis, and Sven Nykvist.

LC 2014049332, ISBN 9780813572420 (c.), ISBN 9780813572413 (p.), ISBN 9780813572437 (e.)

AASL: S/HS


791.436

Horak, Laura

Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressed Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema, 1908-1934

256 pp., 6" x 9", 40 photographs, $90.00 cloth, $29.95 paper, $29.95 ebook, CIP included

February 2016

Rutgers University Press

Laura Horak spent a decade scouring film archives worldwide, and what she discovered could revolutionize our understanding of gender roles in the early twentieth century. Girls Will Be Boys examines over 400 examples of women dressed as men in American films made between 1908 and 1934, revealing that Cross-Dressed women were once viewed as wholesome and used to lend respectability to the fledgling film industry.

LC 2015012447, ISBN 9780813574837 (c.), ISBN 9780813574820 (p.), ISBN 9780813574844 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


791.440

Monroe-Kane, Charles

Lithium Jesus: A Memoir of Mania

200 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/4", $24.95 cloth, $9.99 ebook, CIP included

September 2016

The University of Wisconsin Press

Charles Monroe-Kane grew up hearing voices in his head. Over a dizzying two decades, he became a teenage faith healer, world traveler, smuggler, halibut hanger, environmental warrior, and circus manager—all the while wrestling with schizophrenia and self-medication. In a memoir that blends humor and engaging charm with unflinching frankness, Monroe-Kane gives his testimony of mental illness, drug abuse, faith, and love.

LC 2016012943, ISBN 9780299310004 (c.), ISBN 9780299310080 (e.)

AASL: G/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


792.702

Smith, Bob

Treehab: Tales from My Natural, Wild Life

208 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/4", $24.95 cloth, $9.99 ebook, CIP included

September 2016

The University of Wisconsin Press

In this bitingly funny and often surprising memoir, award-winning author and groundbreaking comedian Bob Smith offers a meditation on the vitality of the natural world—and an intimate portrait of his own darkly humorous and profoundly authentic response to a life-changing illness.

LC 2016012945, ISBN 9780299310509 (c.), ISBN 9780299310585 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: O


796.323

Maraniss, Andrew

Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South

480 pp., 7" x 10" (cloth), 6" x 9" (paper), 36 b&w photographs, $35.00 cloth, $19.95 paper, $9.99 ebook, CIP included

August 2016

Vanderbilt University Press

Now available in paperback, this fast-paced, richly detailed biography tells the story of Perry Wallace, who desegregated athletic competition in the heart of Dixie during the turbulent late 1960s as the first African American basketball player in the Southeastern Conference. Wallace, now a professor of law at American University in Washington, D.C., made history while playing at Vanderbilt University in his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, demonstrating courage in the face of overt racism and hostility, including during away games at schools in the Deep South. "The combination of sports and sociopolitical history will appeal to both basketball fans and students of civil rights."—Booklist

LC 2014015257, ISBN 9780826520234 (c.), ISBN 9780826520241 (p.), ISBN 9780826520258 (e.)

AASL: RG/HS


796.323

Woodbine, Onaje X. O.

Black Gods of the Asphalt: Religion, Hip-Hop, and Street Basketball

224 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/4", $30.00 cloth, $29.99 ebook, CIP included

May 2016

Columbia University Press

On the street, every ballplayer has a story. Onaje X. O. Woodbine, a former streetball player who became an all-star Ivy Leaguer, brings the sights and sounds, hopes and dreams of street basketball to life. He shows that big games have a trickster figure and a master of black talk whose commentary interprets the game for audiences. The beats of hip-hop and reggae make up the soundtrack, and the ballplayers are half-men, half-heroes, defying the ghetto's limitations with their flights to the basket.

LC 2015038138, ISBN 9780231177283 (c.), ISBN 9780231541121 (e.)

AASL: G/HS


796.357

Gall, Jeff and Micah Gall

Buck O'Neil: Baseball's Ambassador

48 pp., 7" x 10", $27.00 cloth, $9.99 ebook, CIP included

May 2016

Truman State University Press

Baseball wasn't always played on an even playing field. When Buck O'Neil started his baseball career in the 1930s, African Americans weren't allowed to play in the major leagues.

LC 2016007411, ISBN 9781612481760 (c.), ISBN 9781612481777 (e.)

AASL: RS/EM, MS


796.357

Nathanson, Mitchell

God Almighty Hisself: The Life and Legacy of Dick Allen

408 pp., 6" x 9", 26 illustrations, $34.95 cloth, $34.95 ebook, CIP included

March 2016

University of Pennsylvania Press

Dick Allen is considered by some to be the best baseball player not in the Hall of Fame and by others to be the game's most destructive and divisive force—ever. God Almighty Hisself: The Life and Legacy of Dick Allen unveils the strange and maddening career of a man who fulfilled and frustrated expectations all at once.

LC 2015033020, ISBN 9780812248012 (c.), ISBN 9780812292558 (e.)

AASL: RS/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


796.510

Fondren, Kristi M.

Walking on the Wild Side: Long-Distance Hiking on the Appalachian Trail

176 pp., 6" x 9", 1 map, 9 photographs, $80.00 cloth, $24.95 paper, $24.95 ebook, CIP included

December 2015

Rutgers University Press

In Walking on the Wild Side, sociologist Kristi M. Fondren traces the stories of forty-six men and women who set out to trek America's most well known long-distance hiking trail. The volume illuminates the intense social intimacy and bonding that forms among long-distance hikers as they collectively construct a long-distance hiker identity, revealing how important a sense of place can be to our identity.

LC 2015004956, ISBN 9780813571898 (c.), ISBN 9780813571881 (p.), ISBN 9780813575704 (e.)

AASL: RS/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


796.830

Sikes, Frank

West Texas Middleweight: The Story of LaVern Roach

288 pp., 6" x 9", 55 halftones, $24.95 cloth, $9.95 ebook, CIP included

June 2016

Texas Tech University Press

LaVern Roach, a skinny kid from the small town of Plainview, Texas, rose from obscurity to become one of boxing's most popular figures during the 1940s. Roach's rise to prominence occurred during an era when boxing shared the spotlight with baseball as the nation's top two professional sports. West Texas Middleweight is the story of Roach's all too brief journey from a West Texas amateur, to enlistment in the US Marines, where he captained the nation's most successful military boxing team, to becoming a Madison Square Garden main eventer.

LC 2016005396, ISBN 9780896729759 (c.), ISBN 9780896729766 (e.)

AASL: RS/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


799.31

Price, Tim

Shooting for the Record: Adolph Toepperwein, Tom Frye, and Sharpshooting's Forgotten Controversy

304 pp., 6" x 9", 29 halftones, $27.95 cloth, $9.95 ebook, CIP included

June 2016

Texas Tech University Press

Every few years, a book comes along that makes an important contribution to the history of American sport, even though—or, maybe, because—its storyline delves into the obscure. The event that launches the narrative in Shooting for the Record is the 1959 news report that strapping and handsome Tom Frye had broken sharpshooting's endurance world record after he shot at 100,000 hand-thrown wooden cubes and missed only six. But even as the Guinness Book of World Records immortalized Frye, previous record-holder Adolph Toepperwein, having just reached his 90th birthday, was sitting down to write a letter accusing Frye of cheating.

LC 2016005847, ISBN 9780896729773 (c.), ISBN 9780896729780 (e.)

AASL: S/HS

RUSA/CODES: G


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