The Cowboyin’ Years, 1947-1950: A Nevada Dude & Divorce Ranch Memoir
by William L. McGee as told to Sandra V. McGee
Bill McGee recounts “three of the best years of my life” cowboyin’ at Yellowstone, Lake Tahoe, and on the legendary Nevada dude and divorce ranch, the Flying M.E. 186 photographs and illustrations.(Updated/condensed from the 2004 hardcover edition of The Divorce Seekers: A Photo Memoir of a Nevada Dude Wrangler by William L. and Sandra V. McGee.)
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Other memoirs by William L. McGee:
Merchant Man, 1950-1958: A Memoir
The author transitions from cowboyin’ into what he calls the “suit years.” He works for two years selling automobiles in the east, and then six years as an import/export merchant in the world trade business in San Francisco.
The Broadcasting Years, 1958-1989: A Memoir
Bill sets his sights on a career in the broadcasting field. He details how he broke into the field selling syndicated television programs for Allied Artists and Independent Television Corporation (ITC); followed by spot sales for the prestigious Peters, Griffin, Woodward (PGW); and television station management for Kaiser Broadcasting and U.S. Communications. In 1971, he launched Broadcast Marketing Company (BMC), a nationwide retail sales training and development program for the broadcast industry.
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