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Spartanburg (Postcard History: South Carolina)

Willis, Jeffrey R.

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ISBN 10: 0738502944 / ISBN 13: 9780738502946
Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston SC, 1999
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Book is a blue trade size paperback with photo of the Spartanburg train station on the cover. Book has light edge wear and a bumped lower front corner. A brief history of this South Carolina town with numerous black and white postcard photos. 128 pages. No dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 011877

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Title: Spartanburg (Postcard History: South ...

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing, Charleston SC

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: VG

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket as Issued

Signed: Inscribed By Author

Edition: First Edition

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Postcards are an important element of understanding our past, for they provide future generations a rare glimpse into a world that many times has disappeared under the aegis of expansion and progress. This book, containing over 200 vintage postcards, allows readers to see one of the South’s most historic cities as it looked in the earlier part of the twentieth century―a time when the city was experiencing unparalleled growth. Spartanburg, South Carolina contains scenes of early textile mills, postcards from the early military training camp at Camp Wadsworth, and images of the rapid development of downtown, showcasing Morgan Square, Midtown, Magnolia Street, and Church Street.

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Author Jeffrey R. Willis has created, in word and image, an insightful history, sharing Spartanburg’s unique story and traditions. A treasure of visual history, Spartanburg, South Carolina will appeal to all readers, whether a longtime native, a newcomer to the region, or simply a visitor to the city famous for historic mills and New South industry.

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