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Video: Tar Heel Traveler - The room of Charles Kuralt at UNC


was a beloved North Carolinian, Carolina alumnus, and perhaps the greatest television storyteller of all time. Kuralt died on the 4th of July, 1997 and soon after he did, his entire Manhattan office was moved to a room at UNC in Chapel Hill as a way to honor and remember him. Scott Mason tells the story. (WRAL.com)

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Video: Tar Heel Traveler - The room of Charles Kuralt at UNC


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