Bill Kiehl on October 29th, 2008

At the risk of being accused of self-promotion, let me just admit up front that I think ex-guides, staff et. al. are a natural constituency for this new book of mine. And I have arranged to give all USIA Exhibits folks a 20 percent discount on the list price.   I know…generous to a fault…

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andreamwine on October 24th, 2008

I’ve begun putting up a photo gallery on the website, but have a long way to go.
Take a look at http://www.usiaexhibits.com/gallery/gallery.asp
John

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smithpr on October 22nd, 2008

Thank you for taking the time and initiative to put together this marvelous — and beautiful — site for the alumni of the USIA exhibits program.  It was a wonderful experience for hundreds of young and not so young Americans who had studied Russian but had never had a real Russian experience.  And what an [...]

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andreamwine on October 22nd, 2008

What a great idea to get all the guides together! And thanks to John for putting the site together.
My fellow wrecker Misha Morgan has circulated an email to survivors of Outdoor Recreation (1972) so hopefully we will be well-represented at the reunion.
I live in Moscow and although I would certainly make the trip to the US (Washington is as [...]

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Vorhes on October 3rd, 2008

I was part of the Exhibits Service from 1969 until 1983 or so.  Designed and directed cultural exchange and special exhibits eastern Europe, Far East. and Africa.  I’d like to reconnect with some of the people and have a few names, others? Not so much.  It was a stormy bureaucratic period but the work we [...]

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