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The Wabash River, quiet farms and county fairs provide the backdrop for the home of reporter Ernie Pyle. As a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and World War II combat reporter, Pyle was born and grew up near Dana. Pyle wrote about the average GI in his front-line reports to American newspapers.
In this piece an endless sheet of paper rises upward from a simple typewriter carriage, transforming itself into a winding river as it ascends. The typewriter has keys made of soybeans, as well as a
Medium type: Stone/Marble
Date created: 2001
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