By Governor Frank B. Morrison
Preface by Senator J. James Exon
paperback • 200 pages • 7 x 10 • photos, index
Former Governor Frank B. Morrison's autobiography reads like a history of Nebraska. His journey is also a recap of the many significant political, governmental, and personal happenings of one of the most prominent personalities of our times. Travel with Governor Morrison as he revisits his early days in school to his times as a teacher, lawyer, candidate, and elected official. Read about his associations with former presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson and learn about the birth and development of the Great Platte River Road Archway project.
Frank B. Morrison was Nebraska's governor from 1961–67. He had a lifelong dedication to education and history, which led to the development of the first tourist attraction in the nation, the Great Platte River Road Archway; the creation of the statewide Educational Television Network; and the building of the Center for Continuing Education, which served as a base for lifelong learning and emphasized programs for people over age fifty.
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