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The AIA Guide to Columbus
By Jeffrey T. Darbee and Nancy A. Recchie
Columbus, the largest city in Ohio, has, since its founding in 1812, been home to many impressive architectural landmarks. The AIA Guide to Columbus, produced by the Columbus Architecture Foundation, highlights the significant buildings and neighborhoods in the Columbus metropolitan area. Skillfully blending architectural interest with historic significance, The AIA Guide to Columbus documents approximately 160 buildings and building groups and is organized geographically.
Cruising with Robert Louis Stevenson
Travel, Narrative, and the Colonial Body
By Oliver S. Buckton
Cruising with Robert Louis Stevenson: Travel, Narrative, and the Colonial Body is the first booklengthstudy about the influence of travel on RobertLouis Stevenson’s writings, both fiction and nonfiction.Within
Hershey’s Children’s Garden
A Place to Grow
By Maureen Heffernan
Hershey Children’s Garden celebrates the beauty of the horticultural design of the Hershey Children’s Garden at Cleveland Botanical Garden, considered one of the best of the new public children’s gardens.
A Literary Guide to Provence
By Daniel Vitaglione
Provence through the eyes of its writers—those who wrote of it in Provençal or French and also those visitors who were moved by its beauty—that is the inspiration behind A Literary Guide to Provence. In this compact travel guide, Marseilles native Daniel Vitaglione presents a literary panorama of the region of southern France from the Avignon of Mistral to Colette’s St. Tropez.Including
Walking the Steps of Cincinnati
By Mary Anna DuSablon
During the nineteenth century, various basin and hillside neighborhoods in Cincinnati were linked by over thirty miles of steps—along cliffs with extraordinary panoramic views and through ravines of stunning beauty.Visitors who marvel at Cincinnati’s “seven” hills never realize that they can actually be conquered on foot.
Catalogue of Photography
The Cleveland Museum of Art
By Tom E. Hinson
Catalogue of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s photographic holdings.
A Hiker’s Guide to the Indiana Dunes
By Glenda Daniel
One of our nation’s newest parks stretches along Lake Michigan across 14 miles of windswept beach between Gary and Michigan City in Northern Indiana. Dune Country explains for the first time in terms everyone can understand why the plant and animal succession and the rich variety of natural habitats there are so unique. Now Daniel has added a section on the geology of the area so that hikers will be able to identify formations that can be seen on a field trip.In
Colorado Gem Trails and Mineral Guide
By Richard M. Pearl
This famous book takes you on an extensive gem and mineral collecting tour of Colorado, revealing the interesting places where nature has stored her treasures.Detailed directions are given for reaching the noted as well as the little-known localities in all sections of this great mineral-producing state. Included are numerous mileage logs never before published, and many sketch maps made especially for this book. A unique system arranges the localities along segments of the main highways.Latest