By kent politsch
December 2, 2021
William Beebe knew much about birds, bees, and prepared to learn more about creatures a half-mile deep in the ocean, but there were things he didn’t know like how to handle love rejected until an artist he hired to illustrate what he saw in the sea opened his eyes to the truth in his heart.
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Kent began a professional broadcasting career after graduating from the University of Illinois in 1970. He spent 25 years in Kansas City, had a brief brush with Missouri politics as the Governor’s Director of Communications, and settled into corporate communications for the last 10 years in the Midwest. Following his wife’s career to Baltimore in 1998, he spent the first 12 months writing his first book, a coffee-table history of his former employer entitled Legends and Legacy: 75th Anniversary of Yellow Freight System.
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Legends and Legacy – 75th Anniversary
Yellow – Legends and Legacy is the story of one of North America’s successful business treasures – a transportation company with orange trucks and the Yellow name. Yellow Freight.
In 1929, William Beebe went looking for life where other scientists claimed it did not exist, a half-mile deep in the ocean. He found it. And he found an artist with more passion than he bargained for, an artist who put his sightings on the cover of magazines and newspapers throughout the world.
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