7 edition of Hugh Morton"s North Carolina found in the catalog.
September 26, 2006
by The University of North Carolina Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
This traveling exhibit produced by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library presents images taken by prolific photographer Hugh Morton (), a Wilmington, N.C., native. His photographs from a career spanning eight decades showcase his love for North Carolina people, events, landmarks, nature, sports and tourism throughout. Carolina Business Hall of Fame Laureate Hugh McRae Morton (Feb. 19, - June 1, ) Inducted Well-known photographer, conservationist, preservationist of state landmarks, tourism promoter and public servant, Hugh Morton has .
His dedication and devotion to the mountain were akin to those of his father, the late Hugh Morton, who established the Linville park as one of North Carolina’s leading travel attractions in The history of North Carolina by Williamson, Hugh, Publication date Topics North Carolina -- History Colonial period, ca. Publisher Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSNPages:
One of Mr. Friday's dearest friends was Hugh Morton, a man who did a lot for the economic development of not only western North Carolina but the rest of . Noah R. Morton 19 Nov North Carolina, United States - 15 Jul managed by Virginia Winslett last edited 13 Feb Dora (Morton) Woodbury s - s managed by Tammy Sanchez Unlisted Morton managed by Eugene C. Rasband last edited 12 Feb
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Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer is a wonderful book full of photographs and would make a great gift for either the native Tar Heel resident, or one whose ancestors called North Carolina homeAvery Journal Times This volume will make a nice gift from both natives and newcomers--Pilot/5(7).
Hugh Morton's North Carolina gathers hundreds of photographs from his sixty-year career, including unpublished images from his personal collection and many well-known images of the state's people and places.
The collection is divided into three sections. "Scenes" ranges from the coast to the mountains, including many of Morton's famous images /5(9). "Hugh Morton's North Carolina is a fascinating, important, and thoroughly entertaining book Hugh's personal commentary enriches each picture and invites the reader to reflect on and remember a journey shared.
Hugh MacRae Morton () was an influential 20th-century North Carolinian: a promoter, businessman, conservationist, public servant, and prolific photographer. This digital collection contains a selection of images from the Hugh Morton Photographs and Films (Collection P, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives), a rich visual record of the stateís landmarks.
Hugh Morton's North Carolina is a fascinating, important, and thoroughly entertaining book Hugh's personal commentary enriches each picture and invites the reader to reflect on and remember a journey : The University of North Carolina Press.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Hugh Morton's North Carolina by Hugh M. Morton (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at 5/5(3). Hugh Morton's North Carolina Author Morton, Hugh M Format/binding HARDCOVER Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition VG Edition 3rd Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Univ.
of North Carolina Press Place of Publication Chapel Hill, Nc Date published Book Edition: 3rd. A selection of photographs of North Carolina, from Hugh Morton's year career. They include pictures from his personal collection as well as many well-known images of.
Finally, Hugh Morton, in his book, Hugh Morton’s North Carolina, (on page ) says this about the “Last American Hero” if you go to a race or a car show and are able to obtain Johnson’s autograph in indelible ink on the lid of a quart fruit jar, you have a priceless souvenir.
Rest in Peace, Junior Johnson. You will be missed. Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer is a wonderful book full of photographs and would make a great gift for either the native Tar Heel resident, or one whose ancestors called North Carolina home.—Avery Journal Times 13 14Brand: The University of North Carolina Press.
The 36th Annual Conference of the Thomas Wolfe Society kicked off this Friday afternoon at the Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where it continues on Saturday. This year’s conference theme is “Wolfe in his time, Wolfe in our time.” As you might imagine, Hugh Morton photographed Wolfe-related images during Morton’s time.
Hugh Morton’s North Carolina is an expansive collection of Hugh’s photographs with commentary from him for each one, plus an outstanding foreword by William Friday. Oh, yes, it is my classic book which I bought several years.
A book of photographs, "Hugh Morton's North Carolina," came out in A second volume is due this fall. "He has an unquenchable curiosity in knowing more about life and doing something. Author of two books featuring his photography published by the University of North Carolina Press titled: Hugh Morton’s North Carolina () and Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer(to be published in the fall of ).
"From the Mile High Swinging Bridge on Grandfather Mountain to the magnificent Bonner Bridge at Oregon Inlet, Hugh Morton's book reminds us yet again of his remarkable life and countless contributions to the state of North Carolina"--Transylvania Times"Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer is a wonderful book full of photographs and would make a great gift for either.
Hugh Morton may refer to. Hugh Morton (actor) (–84), English actor Hugh Morton (footballer) (born ), Scottish footballer of the s and s Hugh Morton, Baron Morton of Shuna (Hugh Drennan Baird Morton, –), Scottish lawyer and judge.; Hugh Morton (photographer) (Hugh MacRae Morton, –), American photographer and nature.
Specializing in scenic photography, sports action and politics, in Morton published a book of his photographs titled Hugh Morton’s North Carolina. A second volume, Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer, is expected out this fall. Visitors to Grandfather Mountain also appreciated Morton’s reputation as an environmentalist.
ByHugh MacRae’s two grandsons, Hugh MacRae Morton and Hugh MacRae II, were working with him. After the grandfather’s death inestate settlements would lead eventually to grandson Hugh MacRae’s management of the Wilmington development business and grandson Hugh Morton’s ownership of the mountain property in Linville.
The range of scenes Morton photographed included Unto These Hills dancers inGov. Terry Sanford and the USS North Carolina inand Grandfather Mountain in photograph by Hugh Morton, North Carolina Collection, UNC Chapel Hill Library. Hugh MacRae Morton ( – ) looms large in recent North Carolina history.
Over the course of his life, he took on many roles in his native Old North State – owner and commercial developer of Grandfather Mountain, conservationist, tourism promoter, political powerhouse, and photographer who was never caught without a camera. In fallUNC Press published Hugh Morton’s North Carolina, a coffee table book of his pictures.
A second volume is due out from UNC Press this fall. Photos from the book accompanied an in-depth profile of Morton published in the Carolina Alumni Review in September/October The article is available online to GAA members.Hugh was a resident of Linville, North Carolina.
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