Arizona Then and Now® People and Places puts archive and contemporary photographs of the same landmark side-by-side to reveal how Arizona has changed and evolved. From its desert landscape and ghost towns to its famous highways and canyons, this book highlights the landmarks, sights, and people that make the state unique. Sites include Phoenix, Tuscon, Scottsdale, Mesa, Glendale, Navajo, Santa Cruz, Mojave Desert, Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, Monument Valley, Camelback Mountain, Route 66, Apache Trail, South Mountain Park, Arizona Speedway, Chase Field, Desert Botanical Garden, Montezuma Castle National Monument, Papago Park, Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West, Arizona State University, Arizona Capitol, Wrigley Mansion, and Arizona Biltmore.
About the Author
Karl Mondon is an experienced press photographer who has been responsible for some of the finest photography in the Then and Now series and his extensive credits include Chicago From The Air Then and Now, L.A. From the Air Then and Now, East Bay Then and Now, Seattle Then and Now, Las Vegas Then and Now, and San Francisco Then and Now. He lives in San Francisco.