From its founding in 1909, to its status as “America’s Best Place to Live”, to its astounding popularity in the arts and entertainment industry, Palm Beach displayed an affluent taste and a progressive community spirit that formed the foundation of the city’s present-day prosperity and allure.
The University of Michigan began its ascent to academic and athletic excellence after moving from Detroit to Ann Arbor in 1837, Michigan’s first year of statehood.
From its beginnings as a trading post, to its present-day status as one of America’s most popular tourist destinations, Fort Lauderdale displays a diverse and progressive spirit that serves as the foundation of the city’s present-day popularity and prosperity.
From its official incorporation in 1881 to its status as the country’s most populous state capital, Phoenix has been an integral part of the fabric of United States history. The story of the “Valley of the Sun” reflects both a diverse and progressive spirit, and a unique culture that is the foundation of the city’s present-day popularity and prosperity.
From its inhabitation before modern civilization to its status as the most visited city on Earth, Paris has been a highly influential driving force in the development of international business, cuisine, culture, and politics. A rich history, a unique urban layout, and a certain joie de vivre make Paris one of the most fashionable and desirable cities in the world.
Turner Publishing announces their new release, the Historic Photos of Omaha by Jeffrey Spencer. This 10 x 10 title has culled-from-the-archives photos that tell the pictorial narrative of the “Gate City” in stunning, black-and-white images.
From its settlement in 1607, to its status as one of the “world’s greatest harbors,” Hampton Roads has been an integral part of the fabric of United States history. The stories of the Seven Cities of Hampton Roads reflect both a diverse and progressive spirit, and unique cultures that are the foundation of the region’s present-day prosperity.
From its establishment as a railroad town in 1905 to its status as one of the country’s fastest-growing cities, Las Vegas has been an integral part of the fabric of United States history. The story of the “Entertainment Capital of the World” reflects both a diverse and progressive spirit, and a unique culture that is the foundation of the city’s present-day notoriety and prosperity.
Turner Publishing is announcing the new release of the Historic Photos of General George Patton by Russ Rodgers. This title showcases the pictorial narrative of the dynamic leader in a 10 x 10 large format book with culled-from-the-archives photography.
Turner Publishing releases the Historic Photos of Chicago Crime: The Capone Era by John Russick. This 10 x 10, culled-from-the-archives photography book showcases the pictorial photography of one of the most intriguing periods of America’s past.