The days are long past when tourists could buy an original landscape painting on the side of the road for as little as $50 dollars--sometimes before the paint dried. This book of postcards allows you to experience the thrill of owning (miniature) versions of these exquisite paintings.
Virginia Moylan investigates subjects as varied as Hurston’s reporting on the trial of Ruby McCollum (a black woman convicted of murdering her white lover), her participation in designing an "anthropologically correct" black baby doll to combat stereotypes, her impassioned and radical biography of King Herod, and her controversial objections to court-ordered desegregation.
Text by Joie Wilson and Photographs by Penny Taylor
Pub Date: 5/1/2011
Visually inspiring record of the private homes in the historic district of this iconic Florida beach town. It captures the visual, factual, and
familial history of these homes as they have, over the course of decades,
survived hurricanes, commercial development, architectural evolution, real
estate upheaval, and frenzied economic growth.