Gallant of Minneapolis; and his companion, Dennen Bauske
, with whom he lived.
Patterson, 1974; Weinrott, Bauske
& Patterson, 1979).
The exhibit also serves as a hook to get people to come here," says Clay Bauske, resident curator at the Truman Library and guest curator of the traveling exhibition.
Museum curator Clay Bauske admits that history, even meticulously presented, isn't enough of a draw in 1997.
It wasn't until the 20th century, with the advent of more modern luxuries, that Americans needed to add regular exercise to their routines, said Clay Bauske, curator of the traveling exhibit and the Harry S.
Grayson was trying to promote more activity among American men,'' Bauske said.
When the presidents themselves participate regularly in physical activity,'' said Bauske, ``it says to the rest of the nation, `Look, if the president has time to take out of his day for regular activity, then everybody should do it.
Davis - Kiani Bauske
and Farin Davis, of Springfield, a son.
Prior to the mid-1950s, although there was scientific evidence, there really wasn't a public acknowledgment that smoking was bad for your health,'' said Clay Bauske, curator of ``Flexing the Nation's Muscle,'' a traveling exhibit about presidential fitness habits.
Even through the '60s, President Truman's diet was certainly something that didn't show any consciousness of heart disease or any of those problems,'' Bauske said.
In the '70s, '80s, '90s, our presidents are eating much healthier,'' Bauske said, ``in spite of those McDonald's runs.
Netoli Lietuvos sienos prie Bauskes
miestelio vykdomi didziuliai restauravimo darbai atkuriant baroko stiliaus Rundales rumus ir parka.