Book of the Week #17

Crosscurrents of Change: Concord, N.H. in the 20th Century (Concord Historical Society, 2011)

This book will be published next week by the Concord Historical Society.
Crosscurrents contains countless historical photographs that complement a readable and historically accurate text. Picking up where James O. Lyford’s History of Concord, N.H. left off at the turn of the century, we tell the stories of the people and institutions that have made Concord the city it is.
On Monday, May 2, 2011 from 5:30- 7pm Gibson's and O Steaks & Seafood will host a launch party for the book. All are welcome but space is limited, so please call the Historical Society at 228-8101 if you want to attend.

On Monday, May 9, 2011 Concord Public Library and the Concord Historical Society will host a book signing and dedication from 5:30 to 7:30pm in the library auditorium. At this event you can meet the writers and the editors and stay for the special dedication at 6:15 pm. Books will be available for sale.

1 comment:

MaryR said...

I was informed that part of this post is incorrect. The book launch on Monday evening, May 2, is by invitation only; the general public is not invited. The reception at the CPL on May 9, is open to all. Sorry about the error.