In the late 1960s Nelson Bond went Hollywood to try his hand in movies, but it proved unsuccessful. He  only wrote the script for one movie, commissioned by the USDA. He returned to Roanoke and began other careers—public relations and antiquarian book dealer.


“The Face of Beauty,” for the United States Department of Agriculture, 1966.






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