About my books….

NEW for 2013! Greetings from the Lincoln Highway, Centennial Edition
Completely updated maps, info, and 100 different images. Click the cover to buy it now on Amazon.

A few of the original Greetings books remain — click the cover:

Also new for the Lincoln Highway Centennial in 2013 is this photo history that I wrote, designed, and produced for the LHA. Get it exclusively at the LH Trading Post: http://lhtp.com/publications-maps-photos?product_id=218

For those who LOVE diners, click the cover below to purchase our completely updated guide to the history, geography, and food of Pennsylvania’s diners!

If you like Klondike bars, or remember Isaly’s, you’ll love Klondikes, Chipped Ham, & Skyscraper Cones: The Story of Isaly’s

I’ve published other books too, including Roadside Attractions and Roadside Giants.
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I also edit and oversee projects for the Heinz History Center such as this new book, The Civil War in Pennsylvania: A Photographic History.


5 thoughts on “About my books….

  1. Hi! And thank you for stimulating my interest in the Lincoln Highway. My significant other and I already have a copy of “The Lincoln Highway: Pennsylvania Traveler’s Guide (2nd ed.)” and I have begun to write about the highway this year on my own blog. I have a question. Just where exactly is the Lincoln Highway marker/sign in Times Square? I am going to Manhattan on Wednesday, May 1, for a meeting, and I would like to take a photo of the sign/marker.

    Many thanks–Tom Berrigan

  2. brian–I looked for you at the Archway on Monday, but I had to leave around 2 pm and the booth I was told you were at was empty. Glad you could make it later tho

    I agree-the articles and news about the celebration –esp those by MJ Skala from the HUB would make a terrific book.

  3. Brian, Really nice book on the Lincoln Highway and great pictures. One clarification: page 121 on Dixon, IL, says that Reagan lived here from 1920-1923. Actually he lived in Dixon until he graduated from college and went off to Des Moines, Iowa, in 1932. Also, the Dixon Welcome Center has a wonderful Lincoln Highway Interpretive Center, plus an outdoor kiosk has a 2nd Lincoln Highway display. Ann Lewis, Dixon, IL

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