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Richard W. Kaeuper is a professor of history at the University of Rochester, He wishes to acknowledge the use of the Carr letters at the Department of Rare Books of Rochester, and to thank their donor, Edward T.

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Roger Kahn is a noted author who writes primarily about sports.

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Kaltenborn, H. V. is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>
Kaneko, Hisakazu is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Justin Kaplan is the author of Mr.

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This article is adapted from The Wizards of Armageddon , to be published by Simon and Schuster in June.

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Stanley Karnow was an American journalist and historian. He covered Asia from 1959 until 1974 for Time, Life, the Saturday Evening Post, the London Observer, the Washington Post, and NBC News. Mr.

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Walter Karp wrote about his political convictions in three books: Indispensable Enemies: The Politics of Misrule in America (Saturday Review Press, 1973);

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Joseph Kastner is the author of A Species of Eternity , a book about American naturalists that was nominated for the National Book Award in history.

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Judith Katten is a lawyer living in Los Angeles. She and her husband, Steven, own the Madalena posters.

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Harry Katz worked as Curator of Popular & Applied Graphic Art and Head Curator in the Prints and Photographs Division at the Library of Congress from 1991–2004 before focusing on writing.

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Ormonde de Kay’s study of Luks’s colleague Everett Shinn appeared in the December 1985 issue.

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Ormonde de Kay, Jr., formerly an editor of HORIZON , is now a free-lance writer.

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Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Social Change and Development at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, also serving as the Director of the Center for History and Social Change.

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Alfred Kazin (1915–1998) was an author and literary critic who often wrote on the immigrant experience in early twentieth century America.

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John Keats is a free-lance writer whose many books include Whatever Happened to Mom’s Apple Pie and You Might as Well Live: A Biography of Dorothy Parker

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This essay has been adapted from John Keegan’s most recent book, Fields of Battle: The Wars for North America , to be published this spring by Knopf.

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David Neal Keller, a freelance writer and former independent documentary filmmaker, lives in Salem, North Carolina.

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Fred Kelly has written Washington columns and twenty books, three of them about those notable bicycle men, the Wright brothers. A t present he lives in Kensington, Maryland.

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Jack Kelly is a noted author who writes both novels and nonfiction. His most recent book, Gunpowder--Alchemy, Bombards, and Pyrotechnics: The History of the Explosive That Changed the World, was released in 2005. 

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Reverend Stephen Kendrick is the senior minister of First Church in Boston.

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Paul Kendrick has co-authored two books with his father, Stephen Kendrick.

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John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy (1917 – 1963), often referred to by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his death in 1963.

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David M.

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Mr. Kennedy lives in California and has written widely on its history. The present article is part of a forthcoming book on trans-Isthmian routes to California in the 1850’s.

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Roger G. Kennedy's multifaceted career included banking, television production, historical writing, and museum administration — the last as director of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History.

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George Churchill Kenney (1889–1977) was a U.S. Army Air Forces general during World War II. He was commander of the Allied air forces in the Southwest Pacific Area (SWPA) from August 1942 until 1945.

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Steven L. Kent is a columnist with the L. A. Times Syndicate and a correspondent on MSNBC. His book Electronic Nation: The History of Video Games is expected early next year.

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Dick Keresey is the author of the book PT-105 , published by the Naval Institute Press.

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Alvin Kernan is the former dean of the Graduate School at Princeton, an emeritus professor of English, and one of America's leading scholars of Shakespeare and the Renaissance.

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Kerr, Joan P. is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Joan Paterson Kerr (1921-1996) was a founding picture editor of American Heritage magazine. She was a co-editor of American Album, published by American Heritage, and The Romantic Egoists, a pictorial history of F.

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Patricia Franz Kery is the author of Great Magazine Covers of the World (Abbeville, 1982).

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Sergei Khrushchev, the son of former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.

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Beverly Rae Kimes, the author of many books on automobile history, was for years editor of Automobile Quarterly.

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BB King is the king of the blues.

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—Stephen King’s most recent novel is Bag of Bones .

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King, Willard is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Larry L. King (1929–2012) was a playwright, journalist, and novelist, best remembered for his 1978 Tony Award-nominated play "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas."

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Kingman, Eugene is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Maxine Hong Kingston won the 1976 National Book Critics Circle Award for her novel The Woman Warrior.

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Kenneth Finkel is curator of prints at The Library Company of Philadelphia.

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Paul H. Downing, the technical expert in this collaboration, is an ex-cavalryman and onetime banker whose avocation is horse-drawn vehicles.

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