Audio Book Recorded for Talking Book Services Patrons

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General William T. Sherman’s psychological war on civilians is coming alive through the South Carolina State Library’s Talking Book Services department. USC Journalism Professor Doug Fisher (in window) is shown recording Sherman’s Flame and Blame Campaign through Georgia and the Carolinas … and the burning of Columbia in the State Library’s book recording studio in Columbia with Ron Whitten, Studio and Equipment Coordinator. The audio book, written by USC Journalism Professor Emerita Pat McNeely, will be available nationwide in July only to  those who are currently enrolled in a state’s talking book services program for the blind or visually impaired. For more information about the State Library’s Talking Book Services, please call 800-922-7818 or in the Columbia area at 803-734-4611, or e-mail tbsbooks@statelibrary.sc.gov.  McNeely’s book is also available in paperback in local book stores and gift shops and through Amazon.com. (Photo by Pat McNeely)