Remembrance Park: The Fur Trading Era in Johnson County, Iowa and a Proposal for a Wildflower Park to Contemplate the Origins of the County.
BRAND NEW – 2022 – JUST RELEASED – Compiled by Marybeth Slonneger – A stunningly beautiful book – filled with color photographs – and rich history – the story of Johnson County, Iowa’s first settlers in the 1830’s. By Hand Press, 313 pages – paperback – price includes shipping. Order today!
Marybeth has just a handful of her two earlier books still available. Here’s your unique opportunity to get a FRESH MINT copy. When they’re gone – they’re gone. Order yours today!
Finials: A View of Downtown Iowa City.
Marybeth Slonneger’s 2015 paperback – NEW – FRESH COPY! “Finials: A View of Downtown Iowa City” is filled with photographs dating back to 1854, separated chronologically and thematically by seventeen essays written by various Iowa Citians. “Finials” is titled after the architectural feature that adorned the tops of many downtown buildings and time travels from the days when horse-drawn carriages rolled down dirt-lined streets to wrecking balls swinging during the urban renewal work of the 1970s. Limited number of copies remain! Price includes shipping.
Wetherby’s Gallery: Paintings, Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes of an Artist.
Marybeth Slonneger’s 2012 paperback – NEW – FRESH COPY! Limited number of copies remain! Price includes shipping.
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Marybeth Slonneger is long-time resident of Iowa City and author of numerous books focusing on Johnson County history including Finials: A View of Downtown Iowa City (2015), Wetherby’s Gallery: Paintings, Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes of an Artist (2012), The Burg: A Writers’ Diner (2011), and Small But Ours: Images and Stories from a Nineteenth Century Bohemian Neighborhood (1999).