A 17 x 22 inch, black and white, museum-quality archival giclée print, numbered and certified by the Kathryn Tucker Windham family. Only 50 prints will be created of each image. You'll be the proud owner of a limited-edition print by Alabama's greatest storyteller.
Other arts require musical instruments, stages and costumes, paints and canvasses, lighting, sound systems and such, but with storytelling, all that is required is someone to tell and someone to listen.
This storyteller in downtown Selma had five listeners on the trunk of his car. He appears to be keeping his young charges entertained while their mother (mothers?) shops.
I wish I knew what story he was telling them.
"Some people are important to intellectuals, journalists, or politicians, but Kathryn Tucker Windham is probably the only person I know in Alabama who is important to everybody."
–Wayne Flynt, Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at Auburn University.
Ben Windham & Dilcy Windham Hilley
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