8-19 Library books

The following books are available in the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
American Art in the Columbus Museum by Brigette Foley was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore.
This breathtaking volume contains a remarkable collection of 101 works of painting, sculpture and decorative arts from notable artists from the Colonial era to postmodern times.

New Mexico Artists At Work by Dana Newman was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore.
Offering an intimate glimpse into the studios of 52 contemporary painters, sculptors, potters and textile artists throughout the state, this book reveals the environment that contributes to the creative process.

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Collection by Barbara Lynes was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore.
This lavishly illustrated volume offers a comprehensive overview of O’Keeffe’s paintings, drawings and sculptures, along with a number of her own photographs, most of which have not previously been published.

Partners in Command: George Marshall and Dwight Eisenhower in War and Peace by Mark Perry was given by the staff of Retirement Ranch in memory of Richard “Dick” Norris.
This revealing account explores the most fateful partnership in American military history that combined the strengths and offset the weaknesses of two remarkably close colleagues bound by an epic, common purpose.

American Warrior: A Combat Memoir of Vietnam by Johon Bahnsen was given by the staff of Retirement Ranch in memory of Richard “Dick” Norris.
One of the most riveting first-person accounts of the Vietnam War experience describes the heroism, courage, sacrifice, controversy and day-to-day realities of war the way it really was.