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Pennsauken - Crane, Kathleen J.
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1997, ISBN: 0738563277, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ARCADIA PUB (SC), 128 Seiten, L=231mm, B=165mm, H=5mm, Gew.=318gr, [GR: 25590 - TB/Geschichte/Sonstiges], [SW: - History - U.S.], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Pennsauken, a marvelous new photographic history created by local author Kathy Crane, brings to life the past of this historic New Jersey town in over two hundred black-and-white images accompanied by detailed and informative captions. The progressive and cooperative nature of this all-American townaPhiladelphiaas influential neighbor across the riverais vividly illustrated in this unique and engaging volume. Pennsauken is a town of many afirsts, a including the first American drive-in movie theater and Central Airport, which provided the only passenger service for South Jersey and Philadelphia when it opened in 1929. The cityas transportation developments are chronicled in photographs of boats that traversed the Delaware River, the Central Airportas development, and of the bridges constructed at the advent of trains and automobiles. Photographs of Pennsaukenas residents, founders, and landmarks, many of which have never been published, introduce us to local heroes, such as heavyweight boxer Jersey Joe Walcott, and depict the evolution of the townas strong industrial base. Pennsauken, a marvelous new photographic history created by local author Kathy Crane, brings to life the past of this historic New Jersey town in over two hundred black-and-white images accompanied by detailed and informative captions. The progressive and cooperative nature of this all-American townaPhiladelphiaas influential neighbor across the riverais vividly illustrated in this unique and engaging volume. Pennsauken is a town of many afirsts, a including the first American drive-in movie theater and Central Airport, which provided the only passenger service for South Jersey and Philadelphia when it opened in 1929. The cityas transportation developments are chronicled in photographs of boats that traversed the Delaware River, the Central Airportas development, and of the bridges constructed at the advent of trains and automobiles. Photographs of Pennsaukenas residents, founders, and landmarks, many of which have never been published, introduce us to local heroes, such as heavyweight boxer Jersey Joe Walcott, and depict the evolution of the townas strong industrial base.

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Pennsauken, a marvelous new photographic history created by local author Kathy Crane, brings to life the past of this historic New Jersey town in over two hundred black-and-white images accompanied by detailed and informative captions. The progressive and cooperative nature of this all-American town—Philadelphia's influential neighbor across the river—is vividly illustrated in this unique and engaging volume. Pennsauken is a town of many "firsts," including the first American Pennsauken, a marvelous new photographic history created by local author Kathy Crane, brings to life the past of this historic New Jersey town in over two hundred black-and-white images accompanied by detailed and informative captions. The progressive and cooperative nature of this all-American town—Philadelphia's influential neighbor across the river—is vividly illustrated in this unique and engaging volume. Pennsauken is a town of many "firsts," including the first American drive-in movie theater and Central Airport, which provided the only passenger service for South Jersey and Philadelphia when it opened in 1929. The city's transportation developments are chronicled in photographs of boats that traversed the Delaware River, the Central Airport's development, and of the bridges constructed at the advent of trains and automobiles.Photographs of Pennsauken's residents, founders, and landmarks, many of which have never been published, introduce us to local heroes, such as heavyweight boxer Jersey Joe Walcott, and depict the evolution of the town's strong industrial base. Books, Books ~~ History~~ United States ~~ General, Pennsauken-New-Jersey~~Kathleen-J-Crane, 1391178, Pennsauken, New Jersey (Images of America Series), Kathleen J. Crane, 0738563277, Arcadia Publishing SC, 5/1/1997 12:00:00 AM, , , , Arcadia Publishing SC

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Crane, Kathleen J.

Titel:

Pennsauken

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0738563277

Pennsauken, a marvelous new photographic history created by local author Kathy Crane, brings to life the past of this historic New Jersey town in over two hundred black-and-white images accompanied by detailed and informative captions. The progressive and cooperative nature of this all-American townaPhiladelphiaas influential neighbor across the riverais vividly illustrated in this unique and engaging volume. Pennsauken is a town of many afirsts, a including the first American drive-in movie theater and Central Airport, which provided the only passenger service for South Jersey and Philadelphia when it opened in 1929. The cityas transportation developments are chronicled in photographs of boats that traversed the Delaware River, the Central Airportas development, and of the bridges constructed at the advent of trains and automobiles. Photographs of Pennsaukenas residents, founders, and landmarks, many of which have never been published, introduce us to local heroes, such as heavyweight boxer Jersey Joe Walcott, and depict the evolution of the townas strong industrial base.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738563275
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738563277
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
Herausgeber: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
128 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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