Michael Putzel

Washington, DC

Michael Putzel is a distinguished journalist who witnessed and wrote about many of the most dramatic events of his generation. He was a war correspondent in Vietnam, covered the Watergate scandal in Washington, worked as a White House correspondent during three presidencies and directed the AP's coverage of the fall of communism from Moscow. His eye-witness report alerted the world to the shooting of President Ronald Reagan. He is at work on a biography of a Vietnam-era air cavalry commander. See:

William K. Geiger is a Washington photographer whose stunning portraits and photographs of national architectural treasures have won him a wide reputation. His recent work includes the Washington National Cathedral Guidebook and the U.S. Army's "Faces of Strength" exhibit. More of his work is shown at:

Books by Michael Putzel