Last spring I went up to Fargo for a conference, and met up over the course of two evenings with my old friend, the writer Brady Bergeson, who teaches university English and creative writing across the river at Moorhead. As one might expect, we got into a round that classic hotel bar game, Can You Draw a Fairly Accurate Sketch of Vice President Henry A. Wallace (1888-1965) From Memory? Brady just posted the results on Facebook recently, for all the world to see.
Can I draw a fairly accurate sketch of Vice President Henry A. Wallace (1888-1965) from memory? You tell me. Personally — and this is not to brag — but I think the answer is “yes.”
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