Red Bank, New Jersey: Volume III (Images Of America Series)

Red Bank, New Jersey: Volume III (Images Of America Series)

by Randall Gabrielan
     
 

Red Bank, New Jersey--one of the state's most vibrant

places--is fortunate to have such a comprehensive and

vivid photographic record. Pioneer photographers from the 1860s, as well as their modern counterparts, have contributed an exciting number of images to four books about the area: Red Bank Volumes I through III and Red Bank in the American

Century.

Overview


Red Bank, New Jersey--one of the state's most vibrant

places--is fortunate to have such a comprehensive and

vivid photographic record. Pioneer photographers from the 1860s, as well as their modern counterparts, have contributed an exciting number of images to four books about the area: Red Bank Volumes I through III and Red Bank in the American

Century. Present and former residents of Red Bank have greeted each volume with enthusiasm--a testament to the people's pride and commitment to preservation in this community. This exceptional new book continues an in-depth exploration of ongoing changes in the town. By directing attention toward each part of the town--from Broad Street to Front Street and from the waterfront to the west side and

Monmouth Street--Red Bank Volume III presents a far-reaching portrait of the town. A separate and final chapter devoted to Red Bank's people, places, and events allows readers to grasp the flavor of this distinctive town.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738564111
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
10/28/2008
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,258,923
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author


Author Randall Gabrielan, who has written numerous popular books in the Images of America series, has great affection for the community of Red Bank, a charming and endearing Monmouth County locale. Readers are grateful for his dedication to the topic, and his work represents a valuable contribution to the recorded history of the area.

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