Remembering Syracuse

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The character of a place is written in the stories of the people who live there, and no one knows this better than Dick Case. For fifty years, his "Neighbors" columns have chronicled the ups and downs of the Syracuse community, bringing into the spotlight the names, traditions and landmarks that might otherwise have slipped through the cracks of history. From heartwarming stories of neighbors' good deeds and lovers reunited after war to the tragedies of unsolved murders and abandoned children, Case presents an intimate look at the families, friends and neighbors who call Syracuse home.
ISBN: 9781596295834
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: New York
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 30
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Dick Case has worked at the Syracuse Newspapers (the Herald-Journal and the Herald American) for more than 40 years, writing a column four times a week since 1979. He is a graduate of Syracuse University with an MA in history from the SUNY Cooperstown Graduate Program. In addition, he is s a member of the Onondaga Historical Society and the Everson Museum of Art.
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