Books in category Travel – Pictorials

  • Jamaica Plain

    Jamaica Plain
    Anthony Mitchell Sammarco

    Jamaica Plain today is one of Bostons great suburban neighborhoods, but it has not always been connected to the city.

  • Scollay Square

    Scollay Square
    David Kruh

    Scollay Square is a pictorial history of the infamous Boston entertainment district that was wiped away by urban renewal in the 1960s.

  • Maywood

    Maywood
    Douglas Deuchler

    Soon industry arrived, followed by a variety of ethnic groups. Maywood was one of the few early suburban communities with an African-American neighborhood.

  • The African Baobab

    The African Baobab
    Rupert Watson

    A fascinating blend of natural science, history and personal experience in celebrating this iconic tree

  • Lakes and Ponds of the Granite State

    Lakes and Ponds of the Granite State
    Bruce D. Heald Ph.D.

    Lakes and Ponds of the Granite State invites you to explore the many wonders of these charmed places.

  • Richmond

    Richmond
    Susan E. King, Thomas D. Hamm

    Founded by Quakers from North Carolina more than 200 years ago, Richmond boasts a rich and colorful history.

  • Hazard Perry County

    Hazard, Perry County
    Martha Hall Quigley

    This work traces the areas development from an isolated mountain village to a center of Eastern Kentucky commerce and culture.

  • Glen Rose Texas

    Glen Rose, Texas
    Gene Fowler, Somervell County Historical Commission

    Showcased here are images of the Hill postcard collection, which relay the intriguing story of Glen Rose as a recreation mecca, the Moonshine Capital of Texas during Prohibition, the discovery of the infamous dinosaur tracks, and its …

  • Coast

    Coast
    Joe Cornish, David Noton, Paul Wakefield

    However, this is not just a celebration of Britain's beauty, but an investigation into the preservation and maintenance of the UK's coastline.

  • Alfred and Alfred Station

    Alfred and Alfred Station
    Laurie Lounsberry McFadden

    With more than 200 pictures, the story honors the early pioneers who in 1807 permanently settled on forested land once inhabited by the Seneca Nation.

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