Ira D. Gruber
Ira D. Gruber is professor emeritus of history at Rice University. He previously taught at Duke University, Occidental College, and the United States Military Academy and has written books on the American Revolution, including John Peebles’ American War for Stackpole Books. Gruber has served on the board of trustees for the Society of Military History, the Department of the Army Historical Advisory Committee, and the National Park Service Advisory Board on the Revolutionary War. He received the Samuel Eliot Morison Prize from the Society for Military History. Gruber lives in Bellaire, Texas. Ira is the grandson of Ira W. Gruber
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Ira Gruber's Atlantic Salmon Flies
Ira W. Gruber is known for the Atlantic salmon fishing techniques and 38 flies he developed over a lifetime of fishing on the Miramichi River in New Brunswick. Join us to hear from his grandson Ira D. Gruber the story of Ira's life as an angler and the stories about a few of his most famous flies.