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July 28, 1958
•Summer life on the most famous little island in the world, historic Nantucket, is captured in the color photographs of Toni Frissell, with narrative by Gerald Holland.
August 04, 1958 | Mark Harris
Mark Harris has written three baseball novels, the best known of which is Bang the Drum Slowly. The story of Fibber Hirayama is the byproduct of a Fulbright Scholarship, which took Harris to the University of Hiroshima.
May 11, 1959
•Contributing Editor Carleton Mitchell visits Bus and Bob Mosbacher, the undisputed masters of class boat sailing, and divulges their secrets of sound helmsmanship.
May 18, 1959 | Mark Harris
Novelist Mark Harris, who wrote You Can't Scout Desire, teaches English at San Francisco State College, where Ed Cereghino is a student. Last summer he reported on Fibber Hirayama, the Japanese-American who is...
February 27, 1978 | Jonathan Yardley
There's nothing bashful about Henry Wiggen. "I believe that someday I will be counted amongst the immortals and have my statue in the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown," he says. He hasn't gotten there yet, but he ought...