8-26 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:

The Art of New Mexico: How the West Is One by Joseph Traugott was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore.
Some 225 selected works demonstrate the extent to which Native American, Hispanic and European-American aesthetic and cultural traditions influenced New Mexican art from the 1880s to the present.

Alwyn Crawshaw’s Ultimate Painting Course by Alwyn Crawshaw was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore.
This comprehensive and practical guidebook offers 20 step-by-step demonstrations in watercolor, acrylics and oils that feature landscapes, seascapes and human figures.

Perfect Spy: The Incredible Double Life of Pham Xuan An by Larry Berman was given by the staff of Retirement Ranch in memory of Richard “Dick” Norris.
An intriguing story of clandestine activities during the Vietnam War tells of a Time Magazine correspondent who befriended Americans, yet worked all the while as an agent for North Vietnam.

Masters of the Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany by Donald Miller was given by the staff of Retirement Ranch in memory of Richard “Dick” Norris.
Drawn from interviews, oral histories and military archives, this deeply moving account tells the story of the American flyers who brought the war to Hitler’s doorstep.

Indy’s Wildest Decade: Innovation and Revolution at the Brickyard by Alex Gabbard was given by the staff of Retirement Ranch in memory of Richard “Dick” Norris.
The biggest spectacle in racing is showcased in this history of the Indianapolis 500 from the early days of the roadster era to each year from 1961 to 1971 when new technology, engineering and innovations left them in the dust.