Monroe Through Time II
Like its predecessor, Monroe Through Time II is presented by the Monroe Historical Society (est. 1959) and portrays the Connecticut community with images that contrast the contemporary setting with the past. The illustrated narrative offers a new series of accounts and images of bygone times—like a Ku Klux Klan rally in midtown, a neighborhood submersed when the Stevenson Dam created Lake Zoar, and the first comprehensive listing of Monroe's civic leadership since 1823—that have been collected since the publication of Monroe Through Time in 2015.
America Through Time
: 9781635000542
: America Through Time
: 12/04/2017
: Connecticut
: America Through Time
: 184 Color
: 96
: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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Monroe Through Time II emerges from a collaboration by Kevin Daly, John Babina and Marven Moss, availing themselves of the resources of the Monroe Historical Society and the World Wide Web. Daly provided the essential research, Babina, the contemporary photography, and Moss, the authorship. But they also worked individually and collectively across the full matrix of the manuscript. Daly is a senior engineering manager in computer aided design and a member of the board of directors of the Monroe Historical Society. Babina is the founder of Monroe-based Radio Station WMNR and a retired engineer who worked on helicopter avionics, missile controls and surveillance satellites. Moss is a former New York Timesman and a past president of the Monroe Historical Society.
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