Bring back those wholesome, tasty recipes just like our ancestors used to make!
Set of 3 includes recipes from the late 1800s to the early 1900s, with vintage photos and illustrations.
It's a blast from the past, thanks to this a combination of new stories and bonus reprint material from the original Gold Key and Harvey Comics of yesteryear.
These rhyming tales are the first new Underdog comics in over 25 years, including two stories that were drawn in 1975 but never published. The humble shoeshine boy's alter ego is featured in five issues, all in full color.
Add this unique assortment to your existing collection, or start one today!
Published to coincide with the 500th anniversary commemoration of the artist universally considered to be on of the greatest painters of all time. Within the pages is an astonishing gallery of the master's 27 existing paintings, as well as the preparatory drawings that formed the basis of his masterpieces.
Included are extensive written reflections by Leonardo, as well as perspectives from his contemporaries. The author writes extensively about Leonardo's patrons, how each work was commissioned, the iconography and symbology, painting techniques, restoration and condition, and the unsolved puzzles that remain to this day.
Artworks feature the highest quality digital capture, and the archival paper and binding results in a magnificent book unlike any other.
The Design & Development Of The American Steam Locomotive!
An in-depth look at not only the simple operation, but the designers, engineers, and others who honed the concept into 100 mph passenger trains and 600-ton behemoth freight haulers, so instrumental in the Industrial Revolution.
Covering the development of steam power, from the latter decades of the 19th century to the end of steam innovation and production circa 1960, this is the authoritative reference for generations to come.
This entertaining and informative guide takes you into the most ostentatious, outrageous and over-the-top homes in rock & roll history!
From Elvis' Graceland mansion and Michael Jackson's Neverland palace, to Neil Young's secluded Broken Arrow ranch and Jimi Hendrix's love nest in London, you'll gain insight into living life like a rock star.
Explore everything from private planes and island havens to more modest digs and even outright dives, through insider accounts of wild furnishings (who had swans in the bathroom?) and even wilder behavior (what went on aboard Led Zeppelin's private plane?)
Step Right Up!
This never-before-told history of amusement parks, from the Middle Ages to present day, examines the colorful (and sometimes shady) characters that built them, and the pleasure-seeking crowds who just can't get enough.
Uncover the history of the rides, the games, the food, the animals, the exhibitions, architects, financiers and so much more. A must for the history buff and the park enthusiast!
Celebrating A Legendary 50 Years!
Introduced in 1969, Boss cars were easily distinguished by their race-bred power plant, standard front spoiler, and bold graphics.
Complete history of the iconic Ford pony car, from concept to racetrack to 21st century rebirth, includes never-before seen production and racing photography, interviews with designers and engineers, and keen insight from the author, a renowned Ford historian and Mustang Hall Of Fame inductee.
Full-color, awe-inspiring photos throughout make this one book you'll pore over again and again!
Professional photographer Ira Resnick opens his archives to reveal hundreds of rare celebrity photos--many never seen since their original publication in such magazines as Rolling Stone, People, and Us.
He shares his dynamic shots of prominent personalities including Jerry Brown, Jimmy Carter, Steve Martin, John Belushi, Sissy Spacek, Warren Beatty, James Taylor, Stevie Nicks, Billie Jean King, Walt Frazier, and many more.
Black & white and color photos are accompanied by the author's personal anecdotes about his legendary subjects.
The Stars, The Films, The Filmmakers!
A riveting chronicle that illuminates the struggle and triumph of generations of black artists.
From the silent film era when white actors in blackface played black characters, through the controversial first premier of Birth Of A Nation, the Blaxploitation era, and the emergence of megastars like Denzel Washington and Halle Berry.
With full color and black and white photographs throughout, you'll meet actors, directors, and producers who worked in Hollywood through each era, and learn about the filmmakers behind movies like Moonlight and the new Birth Of A Nation.
Edited by the artist's granddaughter to restore the original text of the 1960 edition, as well as the playful vignettes that Rockwell drew to head each chapter, the volume recounts his boyhood, apprentice days, adventures abroad, and much more, with a mix of sharp observation and self-deprecating humor.
His wit, humanity, and many-sided talents are on full display, as the artist introduces us to his favorite models, reveals his biggest flops, and invites readers into his creative process.
Heavily illustrated with more than 150 works, including some never-before-seen drawings, and a chronology prepared by the Norman Rockwell Museum as a valuable reference.
On July 20, 1969, NASA's successful moon landing inspired the nation, especially those in the fields of invention and engineering.
Shared here are 20 patents that were inspired by the space race and how they reshaped the world.
Includes the original patent schematics from the US Patent and Trademark Office for memory foam, freeze-dried food, space blankets, cordless tools, pocket calculators, and other space-related inventions in that era.
Greetings from the first continuous road to connect the coasts, allowing newly-motorized Americans to travel across the country by car!
Readers travel across 100 years of the highway, from New York City to San Francisco, with stops at historic landmarks, bridges, taverns, movie palaces, diners, gas stations, roadside attractions, and more.
Color maps and stories take readers through 14 states, with excerpts from memoirs and old postcards.
The book is organized by state with 470 color photos, narrative, historical tidbits and nostalgic details, along with information on what remains.