Bowling Green Since 1950 book. Amy Hughes Wood, Portia Beck Pennington.
Bowling Green Since 1950 book. The last 50 years of the millennium brought changes no oracle could have foreseen. Bowling Green in 1950 was a microcosm of America at lar The last 50 years of the millennium brought changes no oracle could have foreseen. In 1950, most families did not own a television set, many did not own a car, and most women did not drive.
Amy Hughes Wood and Portia Beck Pennington create a book that travels through 50 years of Bowling Green history, through the lens of a great photographer, Tommy Hughes. Comes out officially on March 22nd, 2010.
Wood, Amy Hughes; Pennington, Portia Beck (2010). Bowling Green Since 1950. p. 105. ISBN 978-0-7385-6677-1.
Bowling Green Since 1950. Bowling Green in 1950 was a microcosm of America at large. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing). Ladies wore hats and gloves; men wore hats and ties. Businesses prospered and failed, schools were built and students were graduated, political issues were debated, and churches were erected. Bowling Green was Our Town, .
Personal Name: Wood, Amy Hughes. 127 p. : chiefly photos. 24 cm. Series Statement: Images of America. Download book Bowling Green since 1950, Amy Hughes Wood and Portia Beck Pennington. Publication, Distribution, et. Chicago 127 p. General Note: "Unless otherwise noted, all images are from the collection of photographer Tommy Hughes" P. 6. Formatted Contents Note: The 1950s : a nice place to live The 1960s : blowing in the wind The 1970s : all in the family The 1980s : the wonder years The 1990s : back to the future. Geographic Name: Bowling Green (K. History Pictorial works.
Photographer Tommy Hughes captured Bowling Green with the unique perspective of a citizen who dedicated over 50 years to creating images of the town and its people.
Amy Hughes is one of the main characters and the main antagonist of Dead of Summer. She pretty much can be described as a psychopath who only feels a connection with Malphas (demon). She also killed her father, mother, and brother, along with Dave, Cricket, Joel, and Garrett. She was believed to be the innocent one however she is the evil one, which is a perfect match for Malphas.
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Author: Portia Beck Pennington,Amy Hughes Wood
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (March 22, 2010)
Pages: 128 pages
ePUB size: 1836 kb
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