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Udall, Stewart L.
Stewart L. Udall (1920-2010) served as the 37th Secretary of the Interior under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson from 1961 to 1969. Prior to that, Udall flew missions over Europe in the Army Air Corps during World War II and served as a U.S. Congressman from Arizona. Udall and his younger brother, Mo, are remembered for their public service and dedication to environmental and civil rights issues.
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Uhl, Robert
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Uhlig,, Frank Jr.
Frank Uhlig, Jr., is special projects editor at the U.S. Naval Institute in Annapolis, Maryland. His articles on naval matters have been published in such magazines as Foreign Affairs and the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings . For farther reading:
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Ulph, Owen
Owen Ulph teaches history and humanities at Reed College when he is not hauling feed to cows and horses on his Nevada ranch.
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Updegrove, Mark K.
A former publisher for Time and Newsweek, Mark K. Updegrove is a noted author and historian who wrote Baptism By Fire: Eight Presidents Who Took Office in Times of Crisis, and Second Acts: Presidential Lives and Legacies After the White House, winning Foreward Magazine's Silver "Book of the Year" award for the latter.
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Updike, John
Memories of the Ford Administration will be published this month by Knopf. John Updike’s essay on mortuary photography ran in our May/June issue.
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Utley, Robert M.
Robert M. Utley is a writer and historian of the American West who served as the chief historian of the National Park Service. Utley has written over a dozen books on the West, from Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life, released in 1989, to Lone Star Justice: The First Century of the Texas Rangers, released in 2002. In 2004 University of Oklahoma Press released his memoirs, titled Custer and M
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Utley, Robert M.
Robert M. Utley is the author of Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life (1989).
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