Images of Modern America: Chatham
At long last, the new book Images of Modern America: Chatham. is available for purchase. Click here to purchase online, or get your copy at The Cape Cod Chronicle or any of various Chatham retailers.
The book features stunning, full-color photos of life in this quaint seaside town from the 1960s to the present. Many of the photos have never been published before, and come from the private collections of local residents. Together with photos from The Cape Cod Chronicle's archives, they provide a unique glimpse of the town's recent history.
At long last, copies of "Images of Modern America: Chatham" are available!
Soon, copies will also be available at various Chatham retailers, including:
(Thank you for shopping locally!)
The first of my book deadlines is just about here, and I've selected some candidates for the cover collage. Thanks to all those who contributed!
Who remembers Nauset Airways?
Some people only saw the movie. But many of us lived through the Perfect Storm, including photo contributor Dick Miller. Here are a few of his images from the No Name Storm of 1991.
Thanks again, Dick, for letting me publish your photos.
If you have photos you'd like to contribute, please email me!
It's Edward Palmer - then a co-owner of The Captain's House. It was taken in 1968 at Ridgevale Beach.
Thanks to Judith Hoyle, who contributed!
Thanks to Roger Denk for a couple of shots of downtown Chatham. How about a nice ice cream from HoJo's?
Keep your submissions coming! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details!
Thanks to Jim Dempsey and Dick Miller for their recent contributions!
Dick has some great photos of the 1987 break in North Beach, and Jim has a bunch of great photos from the 1970s when he worked with legendary local photographer Dick Kelsey.
Keep the submissions coming! Email me with your ideas!
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