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Today the Outer Banks are a tourist magnet. However, in the early 1920s, tourists weren't interested because the area lacked bridges, good roads, places to eat and sleep, and interesting activities. What the Outer Banks did have were visionaries like Washington Baum and Frank Stick, who pushed for these things, and Aycock Brown, first director of the Dare County Tourist Bureau, who put the Outer Banks on the map with his endless publicity.
Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 67 Issue 12, May 2000, p74-79, il, por