Walter Cronkite (1916-2009)
Broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite served as anchorman on the CBS Evening News for 19 years and an opinion poll once named him "the most trusted man in America." Known for his early interest in the U.S. Space program and for his coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, you can read more about Cronkite's career in Wikipedia. Cronkite hosted and/or narrated a number of nonfiction shows which are owned by the Library and listed below.
The Dream Is Alive. Not rated. 1985. DVD 629.45 D
Heroes of World War II. Not rated. 2003. DVD 940.541273 H
Legacy of War. Not rated. 2008. DVD 940.55 L
Man on the Moon. Not rated. 1965. DVD 629.454 M
SOS Planet. Not rated. 2002. DVD 363.7 S
World War II with Walter Cronkite. Not rated. 1982. DVD 940.53 W
You Are There (Set 1). Not rated. 1955.
Ancient Greece (set 1, vol.1). DVD 909 Y
Discovery and Mutiny (set 1, vol. 2). DVD 909 Y
The American Revolution Prepares (set 1, vol. 3). DVD 909 Y
The American Revolution and George Washington (set 1, vol. 4). DVD 909 Y
Jefferson Makes a Difference (set 1, vol. 5). DVD 909 Y
America Grows Up (set 1, vol. 6). DVD 909 Y
You Are There (Set 2). Not rated. 1955.
Abraham Lincoln’s Great Moments (set 2, vol.1). DVD 909 Y
Tragedy and Promise (set 2, vol. 2). DVD 909 Y
The Outlaws (set 2, vol. 3). DVD 909 Y
Two Dramatic Flights (set 2, vol. 4). DVD 909 Y
World War II Begins (set 2, vol. 5). DVD 909 Y
Invasion (set 2, vol. 6). DVD 909 Y