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The presentation was produced by Noel Black with assistance from Craig Richardson for KRCC. Music is by Uncle Woody Sullender from the Free Music Archive. Many thanks to David Mason and Red Hen Press for their help and permission with this project. Click HERE to buy a copy of Ludlow.

 

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