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South Dakota / Mt. Sculpture #81887

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 28, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Crazy Horse, South Dakota) Efforts of Boston sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski to carve statue of Chief Crazy Horse into mountain examined; films shown. [ZIOLKOWSKI - describes people's reaction to his obsession.] [Ruth ZIOLKOWSKI - agrees husband was unusual.] Ziolkowski's death last year and family's continuing effort to realize father's dream noted. [Casimir and Monique ZIOLKOWSKI - explain family's commitment to project.] Size of completed memorial compared to Mt. Rushmore. [Ruth ZIOLKOWSKI - feels husband's presence guides project.] [Monique and Casimir ZIOLKOWSKI - agree.] [ZIOLKOWSKI - recalls Indian story.]
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

Jennings, Peter;
Peterson, Roger

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