In light of Oscar season, I've been enjoying the Hollywood Jobs series on NPR's "Morning Edition." We've been introduced to location scouts, production designers, costume designers and one amazing 91-year-old shoemaker. Today, Susan discussed the mysterious world of locating era-appropriate props for movies (objects the actors actually touch), which might not be as glamorous as it sounds. But I think I would like the job. And I would also like a tour of History For Hire.
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