Click to preview Where the wind knows our name. photo book

long before my grandmother died, she passed her negatives and prints to me to ensure their archiving. all her work and family's images were scanned and compiled with a story she wrote on her life. growing up she always had a camera with her (i have since inherited those as well) and we have a plethora of images throughout the years. how fortunate!

this book spans from the mid 1850s to WWII. volume two (in the works) will cover WWII to the 1970s.


About the Author

cookieRed1 south central Pennsylvania

Publish Date  June 29, 2010

Dimensions  Large Square  124 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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redtreeme says

Wonderful insight to the lives of others. Great book.

posted at 04:31am Aug 19 PST


jnnfrhshdr says

Absolutely wonderful work. I have been on my own grandparents to put something like this together but they cannot see why anyone would want to know about "things like that". I love your title as well. wonderful.

posted at 02:16pm Aug 03 PST


cookieRed1 says

Thank you! I'm currently making a new copy in softback form. I thought it'd be nice to have an edition in each :)

posted at 10:46am Jul 02 PST


jegbert says

Clever! I just sent a copy of your book sample to my Parents who have been working out the family genealogy and have enough images, letters and memorabilia to create a nice pair of books. If we do the same I think the entire family would love a copy! Thank you so very much for sharing your vision and family story!

posted at 07:39am Jul 02 PST


RyanS says

Great work Cookie! You have created a beautiful gift for future generations.

posted at 07:04am Jun 30 PST

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