The Width of Waters
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The story is set in 1953 in Buchanan, Pennsylvania (a fictionalized Meadville, north of Pittsburgh). The town is celebrating its sesquicentennial and Jack Gaitz, a young public relations man, is in charge of the festivities, all in the shadow of the Korean War as well as that of the Wolfe family, owners of the textile mill that is Buchanan's sole industry.
- "Alfred Kern, Contemporary Authors Online, Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2002".
- "The Width of Waters, Publishers Weekly, 1959".
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