One hundred and twenty-five years in the making, today’s Dwight-Englewood School has been shaped by legions of teachers and administrators who have shepherded many thousands of students into adulthood, and also by the events and assumptions of each era of the schools’ substantial history. The volume provides a framework for understanding the evolution and growth […]
Douglas Machine: A 50th Anniversary
Douglas Machine: A 50th Anniversary of service, success and significance.
Indiana Regional Medical Center 1914-2014
Discover Indiana Regional Medical Center in this new limited-edition book. This 8 1/2” x 11” 128 page volume captures the heritage and accomplishments over the past 100 years through fascinating text and photographs.
Shedding Light on the Willamette Valley: The History of Consumers Power Inc.
In these pages you will read a superb history of men and women attempting, against long odds, to prove they could indeed provide affordable, reliable electricity to the people of western Oregon. The CPI story is a story of rapid expansion, technological innovation, and me who helped navigate the treacherous water of power supply in […]
Faithfully onward, Ever Upward: 150 Years of Concordia University Chicago
It is commonly thought that Concordia University Chicago began as the Addison Teachers Seminary in Addison, IL, in 1864, which is, for the most part, true. But before Addison Seminary, there was the Fort Wayne Teachers Seminary in Indiana. Its founding is said to be the “birth of Concordia Teachers College.” And even before that, […]
Co-Mo Country: Power for the People
A history of the first seventy-five years of lighting the way.
Chattanooga Rotary’s First Hundred Years
This book has been prepared from the newspaper clippings faithfully maintained at the Rotary office since 1914. Copies of those clippings have comprised the bulk of this book. This is a history of the Chattanooga Rotary’s first hundred years.
Benjamin Azariah Colonna: A Biography
During their youth Benjamin and his brothers worked as hands on the family farm that was located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Benjamin, having been influenced by his mother and his schoolteacher, had a real desire to seek an advanced education. His father, John Watson Colonna, was able to send only one of his […]
Celebrating Twenty Years of The Asian Festival in Columbus, Ohio
A publication that highlights the Asian Festival’s milestones and many events and people involved, from birth to the present.
In Their Own Image: Artifacts from the Great Plains Black History Museum
The history of African Americans in North Omaha is well documented in the archives of the Great Plains Black History Museum. However, in the decade since the museum’s closing, this archive has been relatively inaccessible to the general public and the perspectives it offers on local African American history have been missing from our collective […]
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