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  • Fix it in the Mix: A Memoir
    By author: Paul Hornsby   With: Michael Buffalo Smith
    FIX IT IN THE MIX is the memoir of Paul Hornsby, acclaimed record producer and musician best known for his work at Capricorn Records in Macon, Georgia, during the 1970s. After the closing of Capricorn, Hornsby opened his own Muscadine Recording Studio in Macon, where he continues producing music. The book is illustrated with never-before-seen photographs from Hornsby’s private collection.
  • Eavesdropping on the Most Segregated Hour: A City’s Clergy Reflect on Racial Reconciliation
    Edited by: Andrew M. Manis   With: Sandy Dwayne Martin
    Andrew M. Manis recruited clergy from a broad spectrum of interracial, interreligious, and interdenominational communities of faith in Macon, Georgia, to address their congregations on the perennially controversial theme of racial reconciliation. Acknowledging the truism that eleven o'clock on Sunday morning remains the "most segregated hour" of the week, Manis argues that neither White nor Black congregations are familiar with what the other hears about race on the other side of the color line. Fourteen clergy bring their scriptural interpretations to bear on the longstanding problem of White supremacy in American life and culture.
  • Presidential Archivist: A Memoir
    By author: David E. Alsobrook
    Like many other aspiring young historians in the 1970s, David Alsobrook fell victim to the "PhD glut" and the shrinking number of vacancies in traditional academic jobs. His completion of the Auburn University Archival Training Program in 1975 provided him with an alternative career pathway as a historian beyond teaching and research. A sizable portion of this memoir focuses on Alsobrook's archival career at the Alabama Department of Archives and History and three Presidential libraries.

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