Kommet til
Feb 11, 2016
Real Name
David N. Wetzel
About My Library
I live one block from Kansas City's central library, one of the nation's great libraries, and look out on a remarkable three-story wall of books that forms the facade of the library's parking structure. I use the library for research, lectures, exhibits, and simply using its elegant space to relax with a book off the current books shelf and a cup of coffee.
About Me
David N. Wetzel spent twenty-six years with the Colorado Historical Society as a writer, historical interpreter, editor, and director of the publications program. He is the author of I Looked in the Brook and Saw a Face: Images of Childhood in Early Colorado, coauthor of Robert S. Roeschlaub: Architect of the Emerging West, and contributor to Cheyenne Dog Soldiers: A Ledgerbook History of Coups and Combat. He retired in 2006 and now lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Biblioteker: The Kansas City Public Library - Central Library