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Carl Nolte is an American journalist. He writes the "Native Son" column in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Carl Nolte Wikipedia
Nolte was born and raised in San Francisco. When he was a child, he lived in the Potrero Hill neighborhood. He was in the United States Army Reserve. In the reserve, he served in the Korean War. He was in the Third Infantry Division and served in Iraq, too.
He started working at the San Francisco Chronicle on June 13, 1961. He has served as a writer and an editor. He was a war correspondent. For the newspaper, he has written about the SS Jeremiah O'Brien when it sailed to Europe as part of the D-Day anniversary, the Gulf War and the Invasion of Iraq. In 2012, he was given an Award of Merit by the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society.