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American Studies Today Online, Volume 20, 2013, ISSN 2044-804X

Road Dreams ContinueElliott Bristow’s Road Dreams continue...

 

Following on from his 1989 TV series and the 2007 Retro Road Dreams DVD, Elliott Bristow has now produced a multi-media iBook that presents more extracts from his archive of American images. Ian Ralston, former Director of the ASRC, reviews it for ASToday.
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