As one of the earliest developed areas of the state of Michigan, Berrien County has a rich history that appeals to the locals as well as the tourists who still enjoy the many treasures to be found there. Author Sherry Since its establishment in , Fort Campbell, Kentucky, has grown to approximately 30, soldiers on Since its establishment in , Fort Campbell, Kentucky, has grown to approximately 30, soldiers on over , acres. With its Southern culture, the base has a rich and interesting history. German prisoners of war were held here during World War Galesburg, Illinois, is a town proud of its history and heritage.
From its founding by Geneva was an ideal location for settlement, with rich farming soil, a river to power Geneva was an ideal location for settlement, with rich farming soil, a river to power the mills, and a plentiful supply of trees for lumber; it didn't take long to attract and support a thriving community. Incorporated in , Geneva From an abolitionist hotbed to the home of a prestigious liberal arts college, Grinnell, Iowa, From an abolitionist hotbed to the home of a prestigious liberal arts college, Grinnell, Iowa, is known across the country as a jewel of the prairie.
Originally conceived as a Congregationalist utopia, Grinnell developed a reputation as a highly-educated community Since the early s, postcards have offered views of all facets of life in Harford Since the early s, postcards have offered views of all facets of life in Harford County. These keepsakes document natural beauties, such as Kilgore Falls, and natural disasters, such as the ice boulders that invaded Havre de Grace during the Times from to called "L.
Then and Now" covering historic events, places and personalities. The creation of Historic Preservation Overlay Zones began in and has since spawned the appreciation of neighborhoods and architecture. The filmmaker captured rare footage of the Bunker Hill neighborhood and presented "a realistic portrayal of Indian life in the community" according to the DVD cover.
Unfortunately, I don't have images to show of any of the Hylen books. Architecture in L. Today Paul R. This is due in large part to his granddaughter, Karen E.
Williams Architect , in ; in she authored another Rizzoli publication showcasing her grandfather's residential designs. Abrams, Inc. Maturing communities wanted to account for their local histories too. Importantly, the volume contained the first historical account about the most successful brick company in southern California. Simons relied on a heavily Mexican labor force, and the book detailed the company town structure. Shades of L. Librarians at the downtown library Los Angeles Public Library or LAPL enlisted the community to delve into their private family photograph archives and donate copies.
The Shades of L. Produced in was a book by the same project name Shades of L. In the California State Library followed the city library model and produced the book Shades of California. Today, rich digital photograph archives such as LAPL populate the Internet, and enable popular access by amateur or citizen historians, students seeking primary sources, as well as access by academic and scholarly historians, researchers and institutions.
This was a photo history of the Mexican American enclave nestled in the Elysian Hills famously removed and excavated to eventually become the baseball venue, Dodgers Stadium. Arcadia Publishing. Since the Charleston, South Carolina-based Arcadia Publishing has churned out the ubiquitous and popular local history picture books the Images of America series, Postcard History series, etc. In the beginning the focus regions were along the eastern seaboard; the company was based at the time in Dover, New Hampshire.
They gradually included coverage of the South and Midwest. The Images of America, San Bernardino , appeared in Topical titles started appearing St. In the spring of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Idaho, Utah, Alaska and Hawaii had yet to be developed by Arcadia, and by the San Francisco Chronicle stated that titles for the California were in print. Professor Mark Rice of St.
Berkeley: The Bancroft Library. Volumes 1 and 2. Sarkis, Milad. Pasadena YWCA. Arch Thesis Historic Preservation. Schwarzer, Michael. S an Francisco: William Stout. Wadsworth, Ginger. Julia Morgan: Architect of Dreams. Minneapolis: Lerner Wilson. Mark Architect of Beauty. Pioneer in Green Design. Woodbridge, Sally. Bay Area Houses. Oxford University Press. Benito Wilson Read, Nat B. Don Benito Wilson.
Los Angeles:Angel City Press. An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles. Changing Faces, Changing Places. Mapping Southern Californians. Northridge, CA. The Ethnic Quilt.
Population Diversity in Southern California. Northridge, Ca.
Deverell, William. Whitewashed Adobe. Berkeley: University of California Press. Duncan, Glen. Route 66 in California. Charleston: SC. Arcadia Publishing.
Pitt, Leonard and Dale Pitt. Los Angeles A to Z. An Encyclopedia of the City and County. Stein, Achva Benzinberg. Los Angeles University of Southern California. Shaw, Eva PH D. Irvine: Ca. Dickens Press. Hometown Pasadena.
The Insider Guide. Pasadena: Prospect Park. BB Carpenter, Thomas D. Pasadena: Resort Hotels and Paradise. Pasadena: A Business History. Charleston, S. Crocker, Donald W. Pasadena, Calif.
Foster, Janet. The Queen Anne House. Harry N.
Hendrickson, Joe. Tournament of Roses: The First Years. A History in Words and Pictures. Los Angeles: Knapp Press. Heckman, Marlin. Pasadena in Vintage Postcards. C: Arcadia Publishing. Linda Vista: Portrait of a Neighborhood. Greetings from Pasadena. Schuffer Publishing. Martinez Roberta. Latinos in Pasadena. McCloskey Jane D. Pasadena Heritage, The Presence of the Past [videorecording] : a Woman's Place. Pasadena Heritage Oral History Project Talking About Pasadena. Selections from Oral Histories. Pasadena: Oral History Project. Pomeroy, Elizabeth. A Natural History. San Francisco: Arcadia Publishing.
Secord, Paul Homes, not Houses: the Annandale Tract of Scheid, Ann. Downtown Pasadena's Early Architecture Historic Pasadena: an Illustrated History. San Antonio, Tex. B by Robert J. Northridge, Calif. Pasadena Heritage Oral History Project. Los Angeles : Balcony Press, c Wehrenberg, Cindy. Index to Hiram A. Reid, History of Pasadena.
Batchelder, Tile Maker. Los Angeles: Balcony Press. Wayte, Beverly. A History of Linda Vista. Seibel, contributing editor. Peterson, Robert H. The Altadena's Golden Years: more than photographs of the community's early landmarks, events, and people. Alhambra, CA. Zack, Michele. Altadena: Between Wilderness and City. Altadena, Calif. Arcadia, Where Ranch and City Meet.
Selections from Oral Histories. Preservation Press. Misquamicut brings together more than vintage postcards, many very rare, in chronological order dating from to today. Since its establishment in , Fort Campbell, Kentucky, has grown to approximately 30, soldiers on over , acres. Crocker, Donald W. From the s to the s, the postcard was an extraordinarily popular means of communication, and many of the postcards produced during this "golden age" can today be considered works of art. Please wait while your product is added to the cart.
Arcadia, Calif. Miller, Richard E. By Gads! This is Paradise : the Story of Arcadia, California.