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Santa Fe and Taos: A Tale Of Two Cities

Program Number: 11009RJ
Start and End Dates:
4/7/2013 - 4/13/2013; 7/21/2014 - 7/27/2014; 9/8/2014 - 9/14/2014; 9/29/2014 - 10/5/2014; 10/20/2014 - 10/26/2014; 12/28/2014 - 1/3/2015; 2/23/2015 - 3/1/2015; 3/9/2015 - 3/15/2015; 3/23/2015 - 3/29/2015; 4/6/2015 - 4/12/2015; 4/27/2015 - 5/3/2015; 5/11/2015 - 5/17/2015; 5/18/2015 - 5/24/2015; 6/8/2015 - 6/14/2015; 7/13/2015 - 7/19/2015; 7/27/2015 - 8/2/2015; 8/24/2015 - 8/30/2015; 9/7/2015 - 9/13/2015; 9/28/2015 - 10/4/2015; 10/19/2015 - 10/25/2015; 12/28/2015 - 1/3/2016;
Duration: 6 nights
Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Price starting at: $989.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: History & Culture Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 16; 6 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

Less than 70 miles from one another, Santa Fe and Taos are the jewel cities of northern New Mexico; seemingly enchanted places cast against the backdrop of the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Adobe pueblos built by ancestral peoples still stand, elegant Spanish colonial plazas serve as meeting places as they have for four centuries and beautiful museums display the work of artist-pilgrims who gathered here to find inspiration in the land. Examine Santa Fe and Taos through the eyes of those who have called them home and discover not only what they share, but also what sets each apart.




Highlights

• Trace the history of governance in Santa Fe and visit the modern New Mexico State Capitol building.
• Be moved by the ancient Native traditions and cultures preserved in Taos Pueblo and gain insight into the art of making Native American pottery with a traditional potter in Santa Clara Pueblo.
• Explore beautiful, world-renowned Canyon Road and see stunning examples of both contemporary and traditional art along the way.



Activity Particulars

Walking up to one mile, standing up to one hour. Elevations of 5,000 to 7,000 feet.




Date Specific Information

4-7-2013, 7-21-2014, 9-8-2014, 9-29-2014, 10-20-2014, 2-23-2015, 3-9-2015, 3-23-2015, 4-6-2015, 4-27-2015, 5-11-2015, 5-18-2015, 6-8-2015, 7-13-2015, 7-27-2015, 8-24-2015, 9-7-2015, 9-28-2015, 10-19-2015

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12-28-2014

This program date includes attending a New Year's Eve performance presented by the Santa Fe Concert Association and a feast-day dance at Santo Domingo Pueblo.
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12-28-2015

This program date will attend a special New Year's Eve concert presented by the Santa Fe Concert Association and a feast-day dance at Santo Domingo Pueblo.
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Santa Fe

A cosmopolitan city famous for its world-renowned opera, chamber and choral music and for its art and artists, Santa Fe is situated at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Nearby, eight historic, continuously occupied pueblos and small Hispanic villages divulge a heritage that is impeccably preserved in this multi-cultural state capital.



Accommodations
Comfortable hotel with heated swimming pool.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Ronald Roybal

Ronald Roybal is a professional musician who performs in the New Mexico area. A descendant of Spanish Colonial and Pueblo (Tewa) peoples, he has been nominated for four Native American Music Awards for his flute and Spanish guitar recordings. Ronald has been featured twice on NPR’s “Performance Today” program and has performed live at concert venues such as the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and the Colorado Music Festival. He holds bachelor’s degrees in anthropology and psychology.
 
Mark Utgaard

A resident of New Mexico for more than 40 years, Mark Utgaard enjoys sharing his love for the state’s culture and history with others. He is a former journalist and editor, and for 20 years, owned an importing business that offered traditional and contemporary handcrafts from Colombia for wholesale in North America, Asia and the Caribbean. During the 1960s and 1970s, Mark traveled to Europe several times as a member of youth orchestras, and later worked as a travel manager for other youth choirs and orchestras journeying to Europe. He has been a Road Scholar group leader and instructor for six years. In his free time, Mark likes to make furniture from old wood and he is learning to play the button accordion.
 
Sharon Franco

Sharon Franco holds a master’s in English literature from the University of Illinois, as well as a literary translator's diploma from El Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City. She teaches literature and writing at the University of New Mexico and Santa Fe Preparatory School, public speaking at Santa Fe Community College, and Spanish language and literature privately. She has translated books of fiction to and from Spanish. In Mexico, she was a translator of films, fiction and scholarly publications.
 
Jerry Rightman

Who would have ever thought that a retired veterinarian would become a dedicated art lecturer? Jerry Rightman is just that person and is an active member in the art community of Santa Fe, applying his talents as a docent at the New Mexico Museum of Art and the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. He has received rave reviews for the many years that he has been teaching for Road Scholar.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   The Lodge at Santa Fe
  Santa Fe, NM 6 nights
 The Lodge at Santa Fe
Type: Full Service Hotel
  Description: This full-service hotel is one and one-quarter mile from the historic downtown Plaza and within an easy walk of a large mall with drugstore and grocery store. There is a shuttle that travels back and forth to the downtown area from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. The hotel sits on a hill overlooking Santa Fe with great views and many amenities and it is a non-smoking facility. It features Santa Fe-style decor and furnishings, and the staff is friendly and very accommodating.
  Contact info: 750 N. St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA
phone: 888-740-3291
web: http://www.lodgeatsantafe.com
  Room amenities: Rooms are furnished and decorated with comfortable Southwest-style. Amenities include premium television channels, climate control, air conditioning, voice mail, coffee/tea maker, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, daily housekeeping, clock radios and more.
  Facility amenities: Non-smoking hotel, elevator, chapel/shrine, business center, fitness center/spa, outdoor seasonal swimming pool and hot tub, Los Cuates restaurant on premises, bar, garden, massage services, free Internet, 24-hour front desk, free parking.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Best seasonal rates apply Contact Charmain Archuleta at the hotel (505-992-5810 or carchuleta@hhandr.com) well in advance to reserve additional nights; please tell her that you are with a Road Scholar program that will begin on (the date your program starts).
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Best seasonal rates apply Contact Charmain Archuleta at the hotel (505-992-5810 or carchuleta@hhandr.com) well in advance to reserve additional nights; please tell her that you are with a Road Scholar program that will begin on (the date your program starts).
  Check out time: 11:00 AM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Check into hotel any time after 4:00 PM. Register from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM in the hotel lobby with our Road Scholar group leader. You will be staying at The Lodge at Santa Fe that night.
  End of Program:
Program ends after buffet breakfast in hotel dining room between 7:00 & 9:00 AM; checkout by 11:00 AM. You will be staying at The Lodge at Santa Fe the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. No special documents or waivers required.
  Parking availability:
Parking is free at the hotel. Participants have access to their vehicles throughout the program.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Santa Fe, NM
  Nearest city or town:  Albuquerque
  Nearest highway: I-25
  Nearest airport:  Albuquerque International Sunport and Santa Fe Airport (very small; commuter service from Denver only)
  From End of Program
  Location: Santa Fe, NM
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Albuquerque, NM

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
Sandia Shuttle Express
phone: 888-775-5696
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$28
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

70 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

65 miles

   

From Albuquerque Airport (Sunport) to Santa Fe - Let shuttle service know, when you make reservations, at which hotel you'll need to be dropped off in Santa Fe and when you'll be returning to Albuquerque. Reservations for the shuttles must be made at least 24 hours in advance of your travel date, or your place will not be guaranteed on the shuttle.

 

Santa Fe

 

To Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
Sandia Shuttle Express
phone: 888-775-5696
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$28
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Approximately 70 minutes 

   

Let shuttle service know, when you make reservations, when you'll be returning to Albuquerque. This shuttle also picks up and delivers to the Albuquerque AMTRAK STATION. Reservations for the shuttles must be made at least 24 hours in advance of your travel date, or your place will not be guaranteed on the shuttle.

 
Driving Directions
  Driving North from Albuquerque Take I-25 north from Albuquerque approximately 56 miles to Santa Fe. Take the St. Francis Drive Exit #282 and go left under the overpass. Merge on St. Francis Drive heading north. Go 5 miles through Santa Fe to the stoplight at Alamo Drive and turn left. Take an immediate right onto Calle Mejia. The LODGE AT SANTA FE is on the top of the hill. If using a GPS device, use the address 744 Calle Mejia, Santa Fe, NM 87501
  Driving South from Taos or Espanola Take US 285 / US 284 South toward Santa Fe. Follow signs to St. Francis Drive and stay to the right. You will pass the hotel on the right as you come down the hill into Santa Fe. Turn right at the light at Alamo Drive. Take an immediate right on Calle Mejia. THE LODGE AT SANTA FE is on the left at the top of the hill. If using a GPS device, use the address 744 Calle Mejia, Santa Fe, NM 87501.
Elevation Note: Santa Fe is at 7,000'. If you have breathing difficulties, check with physician before coming here

The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Arrive in Santa Fe/ Introductions and Orientation
(Sunday, April 7)
   
 Arrive To: Registration with group leader in hotel lobby between 4:00 and 5:30 PM.

You may check into your room at the hotel anytime after 3:00 PM.

 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel from 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM
 Evening: Program orientation and introductions in hotel meeting room from 7:00 until 8:30 PM
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Morning Classes on Southwest Literature/ Santa Fe Field Trip
(Monday, April 8)

Note: Walking up to a mile over paved and packed dirt terrain; standing up to an hour in museums



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel from 7:00-8:00 AM
 Morning: Enjoy literature of the southwest classes from 8:30 AM until 11:00 AM. The southwest literature instructor is very well versed in the authors with whom you should become acquainted. You'll explore examples of writings of many Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo writers, as well as some from other cultures.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel
 Afternoon: Class about local history from 12:30 until 1:30 PM. Our bus departs at 1:30 PM for a guided exploration of Santa Fe, "The City Different," the Plaza, the New Mexico State Capitol and other selected sites. You'll drive through a lot of Santa Fe, including the historic downtown area as well as more modern parts of the city.

Part of the exploration will include some walking; the rest will be via bus.

You'll be able to relate some of the art, architecture and history information you studied earlier to what you see in the afternoon.

Bus returns to the hotel by 5:00 PM.

 Dinner: Dinner at in the hotel dining area from 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM
 Evening: FREE EVENING or optional video in hotel meeting room
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Art and Architecture of Northern New Mexico/ Lunch at Rancho de Chimayo/ The Village of Chimayo/ Santa Clara Pueblo
(Tuesday, April 9)

Note: Walking up to one mile per day over packed dirt and paved terrain. Standing for up to 30 minutes at a time at pueblo, weaving shop and El Santuario de Chimayo.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel from 7:00-8:00 AM
 Morning: Enjoy classes from 8:00 until 10:00 AM, with hourly breaks, on art and architecture of northern New Mexico and the area's history. You'll gain an even greater understanding of the history of the area, which will prepare you for the rest of the program week. Knowing the historical perspective will separate you from New Mexico tourists who won't have the background you will gain. Your appreciation for the area and all that makes it special will be enhanced by your new-found knowledge.

Depart at 10:30 for a scenic trip to the Northern New Mexico village of Chimayó, which is much as it has been over the last two hundred years. You'll visit the "Lourdes of Northern New Mexico," the Santuario de Chimayó, famous for the healing earth found inside, and a nearby weaving center. Chimayo has several families who have been known for their beautiful weaving for many, many years. The Hispanic weavings are different from those of Native American origin, and it's interesting to see all of the things that can be made from the beautiful naturally dyed wool that is used. You'll see traditional rugs, but also beautiful vests and jackets, placemats, handbags, and more.

 Lunch: Lunch at Rancho de Chimayo. Rancho de Chimayó has been owned and operated for many years by a family from Chimayó, and is one of the best-known restaurants in the northern New Mexico area. There are Mexican restaurants all over the United States and also all over New Mexico. We know that all of them are different. Depending on the area of the state, the influences in the cuisine vary tremendously. There are some dishes prepared in the northern part of the state that many people in the southern part never heard of. It's fun to discover the different preparation methods and recipes. Rancho de Chimayo is one of the most popular restaurants in the area, located in an old adobe hacienda. We think it will be a treat for you to visit this lovely dining establishment.
 Afternoon: Bus departs at 2:30 PM for Santa Clara Pueblo, where you'll visit with Paul Speckled Rock in his shop.

Santa Clara Pueblo is one of the friendliest pueblos of northern New Mexico, welcoming visitors. The pueblo is famous for its blackware and redware pottery. Mr. Speckled Rock and his wife, Rosalda, offer a talk about how the pottery is made at Santa Clara, and they'll talk about the families who are best known for their pottery.

The bus arrives back in Santa Fe about 5:00 PM.

 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel
 Evening: View a video about one of New Mexico's best-loved artists, Georgia O'Keeffe, in hotel meeting room from 7:30 PM-8:30 PM
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Literature and Art & Architecture Classes/ O'Keeffe Museum/ Free Afternoon/Dinner on Your Own/ Free Evening
(Wednesday, April 10)

Note: Walking up to a mile over the course of the day over paved terrain (more if you choose as much of the afternoon is free for you to do as you like). Standing in museum up to one half hour at a time; there are some places to sit, however.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room from 7:00 AM until 8:00 AM
 Morning: From 8:00 until 10:45 AM, you'll have southwest literature classes and art & architecture classes followed by a trip to downtown Santa Fe, where you'll visit the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum at 11:15 AM. The O'Keeffe Museum is not a large museum, but it is one of the primary destinations for people who visit Santa Fe. Ms. O'Keeffe's paintings, as well as those of some other artists, are featured there. Bus departs at 12:15 for lunch destination.
 Lunch: Lunch at the Blue Corn Cafe on Water Street at 12:30 PM. Blue Corn has great New Mexican food (and you can request chile on the side if you're avoiding spicy stuff!), and there is always a vegetarian entree as well. It's a popular restaurant in Santa Fe, and has a contemporary, energetic atmosphere..
 Afternoon: FREE AFTERNOON - Bus departs from downtown for those who would like to return to the hotel; otherwise you'll have plenty of time to explore Santa Fe on your own. If you choose to remaing downtown and not to return to the hotel on our bus, you'll need to arrange for your own transportation back to the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner is on your own tonight. Your group leader can offer suggestions for restaurants near the hotel and in the downtown area.
 Evening: Free evening
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5: New Mexico State Museums/ Native American Music Presentation
(Thursday, April 11)

Note: Walking up to one mile over the course of the day over paved terrain; standing in museums, however there are opportunities to sit.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
 Morning: Morning classes from 8:00-11:00 AM on the art and architecture of Northern New Mexico
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel from 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
 Afternoon: Class on Spanish Conquerors to the Contemporary City from 12:30-1:30 PM. The bus then departs for Museum Hill, where you'll explore Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art.

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture is one of the State of New Mexico museums, and features pottery, jewelry, sculpture, baskets, and other objects made by Native Americans from all over the United States. Most of the work is from the Southwest. It's a beautiful museum on Museum Hill, and we think you'll enjoy going there for a self-guided tour. We don't usually utilize the docents, as most people in groups seem to prefer looking around at their own pace. There is a brochure available that explains all of the exhibits. The bus departs at 4:30 PM to return to the hotel about 5:00 PM.

 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel
 Evening: Special presentation from 7:00-8:00 PM by Ronald Roybal, an award-winning Native American flutist, guitarist, and singer. He'll tell you about his background, his music (he's a composer as well as an historian of Native American music) and his life as a musician.
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Full Day Trip to Taos including Millicent Rogers Museum, Ernest Blumenschein Home, Martinez Hacienda, and Taos Pueblo
(Friday, April 12)

Note: Walking up to one mile over the course of the day over packed dirt or paved terrain. Standing for up to 30 minutes at a time in museums and at Taos Pueblo, with some opportunities to sit.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel from 7:00 to 7:45 AM.

Pick up boxed lunches in lobby before departing for Taos.

 Morning: Bus departs at 8:00 AM for a trip to Taos. You'll stop at San Francisco de Asis Mission Church in Ranchos de Taos (on the outskirts of the city). This church is one of the most photographed churches in the U.S. Artists are fascinated by it as well, attracted to the play of light on the adobe walls during different times of day.

We'll follow with a visit to Martinez Hacienda. La Hacienda de los Martinez is one of the few northern New Mexico style, late Spanish Colonial period "Great Houses" remaining in the American Southwest. Built in 1804 by Severino Martinez, this fortress-like building with massive adobe walls became an important trade center for the northern boundary of the Spanish Empire. The Hacienda was the final terminus for the Camino Real and also was the headquarters for a major ranching and farming operation.

At 11:15 AM, bus will travel to the Ernest Blumenschein home. The home is maintained much as it was when the artist and his family were alive and is filled with a superb collection of family's art, a representative sampling of works by other famous Taos artists, fine European and Spanish Colonial style antiques, and the family's lifetime of personal possessions. The home illustrates the lifestyle of Taos artists in the first half of the twentieth century.

In the early autumn of 1898, a fortuitous accident resulted in Taos becoming a great American art colony. Having recently returned from studies in Paris, young American artists Ernest L. Blumenschein and Bert G. Phillips were on a sketching trip from Denver to northern Mexico when the wheel of their surrey slipped into a deep rut and broke on the mountainous road just north of Taos. Blumenschein made the twenty-mile trek to Taos with the wheel. The delay gave them time to become captivated by the landscape and culture of Taos. Blumenschein and Phillips spread the word about the incredible beauty of Taos and urged other artists to come and see for themselves.

 Lunch: Walk to Taos Plaza, where you can eat your boxed lunches between 12:15 and 1:15 PM; you'll have some free time on the Plaza as well.
 Afternoon: If Taos Pueblo is open (it sometimes closes unexpectedly for tribal meetings, funerals, holy days, and seasonal 'renovations,' etc.) we'll take you there for a visit at 1:15 PM.

At 2:30 PM, the bus departs for the Millicent Rogers Museum for a 2:45 PM visit.

At the Millicent Rogers Museum, visitors enjoy many outstanding historical collections of Native American art and jewelry, contemporary paintings, weavings, and pottery, including the Maria Martinez family collection. Also showcased are Hispanic textiles, metalwork and sculpture, as well as a wide range of contemporary Anglo-European Southwestern Art.

The bus will depart from the Museum at 3:45 PM and take you to see the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.

The Bridge, locally known as the "Gorge Bridge" and the "High Bridge," is a cantilever truss bridge across the Rio Grande Gorge 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Taos, New Mexico. At 650 feet (200 m) above the Rio Grande, it is the fifth highest bridge in the United States. The different layers of rock and the ruggedness of the terrain make for a spectacular site that you'll want to photograph.

The bus will leave for Santa Fe at approximately 4:30 PM, arriving about 6:00 PM.

 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel at 6:30 PM, followed by closing comments.
   
Accommodations: The Lodge at Santa Fe
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Breakfast and Departure
(Saturday, April 13)
   
 Depart From: Independent departures from the hotel. Checkout time is by 11:00 AM.
 Breakfast: Breakfast is served buffet style at the hotel from 7:00 AM until 9:00 AM; you may depart at any time in the morning.

Check-out time from the hotel is 12:00 PM.

   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Santa Fe, NM General Overview
Museums and galleries, e.g., Palace of the Governors Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Indian Art and Culture, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Spanish Colonial Museum, Laboratory of Anthropology, Rancho de los Golondrinas (recreation of a Spanish Colonial village), Gerald Peters Gallery, Nedra Matteucchi (Fenn) Gallery, Alan Houser Sculpture Garden, Houshang's Gallery, Alene Lapides Gallery, Laurel Seth Gallery and many more. Historic buildings and churches include Sena Plaza, El Santuario de Guadalupe, the Oldest House, San Miguel Mission, St. Francis Cathedral, the Chapel of Loretto (with its miraculous staircase!) and Cristo Rey Church. During late June, July and August, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale and Santa Fe Opera are in full swing and there are many theatre productions and concerts going on in the city year round. The Santa Fe Visitors' Guide provides seasonal listings of events, as does New Mexico Magazine. A link to Santa Fe's calendar of events, web sites and telephone numbers is listed below. For additional information, visit www.santafe.org
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


A Thief of Time


Author: Tony Hillerman


Bless Me, Ultima


Author: Anaya, Rudolfo


Ceremony


Author: Leslie Marmon Silko


Death Comes for the Archbishop


Author: Cather, Willa


Desert Solitaire


Author: Abbey, Edward


Edge of Taos Desert


Author: Luhan, Mabel Dodge


Healing Earthquakes


Author: Baca, Jimmy Santiago


House Made of Dawn


Author: Momaday, N. Scott


Martin & Meditations on the South Valley


Author: Baca, Jimmy Santiago


Men on the Moon


Author: Ortiz, Simon


The Milagro Beanfield War


Author: Nichols, John




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