Greenwood is the kind of book that demands time and close study.
Especially interesting are the views down Howard St. The scene hasn't changed much except the streets are paved and there are much fewer horses and buggies parked along the street. Even our own Fountain Building (pictured below) looks pretty much the same from the outside.
website. Mary Carol sang effusive praises for Donny's site, commenting that she's never seen a small town with such a valuable online resource.
Whitehead, in turn, gave Mary Carol props for filling in the images from his collection with rich details of the town's history, and for holding his feet to the fire, making sure the book, which he'd dreamed of for years, become a reality.
Afterwards, we all enjoyed the food — including Martha Foose's bacon crackers, her husband Donald Bender's famous hominous (traditional humus made with hominy) and appetizers from our own cafe by Chef Kenny. The crowds came all Friday evening and again on Saturday, a steady line of locals grateful to these two local heroes for their good work and preservation. We put them to work as well, signing a big cache of books, so order yours now.