Cromwell Dixon, Bartlett Sketchbook, & Duke Ellington Plates (#805)
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Are these plates the first edition of Duke Ellington's "Take the A Train"? 17:14
How did these pencil sketches help define the shape of America? 17:40
What could this fabric tell us about the first pilot to conquer the Continental Divide? 15:52
Full Program: Cromwell Dixon; Bartlett Sketchbook; Duke Ellington Plates 55:13
Full Program: Investigating a projection screen with possible Cuban Missile Crisis connections. 56:46
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Series Description: HISTORY DETECTIVES returns to explore the stories behind historic sites, artifacts and tall tales told in cities across the country, with the help of an inquisitive team of fact-finders with an uncanny talent for uncovering the truth.
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These episodes of History Detectives aired in the last few months on Iowa Public Television.
- Episode #911
- Episode #910
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