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TitlesOrder
Birmingham by J. D. WeeksAlabama
Little Rock by Ray HanleyArkansas
Eureka by Scott H. BrownCalifornia
Huntington Beach by Chris EptingCalifornia
La Jolla by Carol OltenCalifornia
Orange County by Chris EptingCalifornia
Pacific Electric Railway by Steve CriseCalifornia
Portrero Hill by Peter LinenthalCalifornia
Riverside by Glenn Edward FreemanCalifornia
Sacramento by William BurgCalifornia
San Francisco's Sunset District (Then and Now) by Lorri UngarettiCalifornia
Visalia by Terry L. OmmenCalifornia
Derby and Ansonia by The Derby Historical SocietyConnecticut
New Haven by Colin M. CaplanConnecticut
Hollywood by Hollywood Historical SocietyFlorida
St. AugustineFlorida
Tampa Bay's Beaches by R. Wayne AyersFlorida
Carrollton by Suzanne K. DurhamGeorgia
Marietta by Joe KirbyGeorgia
Chicago's Loop by Janice A. KnoxIllinois
Palatine by Palatine Historical SocietyIllinois
Indianapolis by W. C. MaddenIndiana
Kokomo by Thomas D. HamiltonIndiana
Cedar Rapids by George T. HenryIowa
Cedar Rapids: Downtown and Beyond by George T. HenryIowa
Boone County by Robert SchrageKentucky
Lexington by Fiona Young-BrownKentucky
Portland by John MoonMaine
Around Germantown by Margaret ColemanMaryland
Baltimore Architecture by Charles DuffMaryland
Downtown Silver Spring by Jerry A. McCoyMaryland
Easton by Mindie BurgoyneMaryland
Gaithersburg by Shaun CurtisMaryland
Harford County by Bill BatesMaryland
Maryland Workboats by Byshe HicksMaryland
Belmont by The Belmont Historical SocietyMassachusetts
Boston's North End by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Boston's South End by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Dorchester by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Downtown Boston by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Jamaica Plain by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Marblehead by Sue Ellen WoodcockMassachusetts
Medford by Patricia SaundersMassachusetts
Roslindale by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Roxbury by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
South Boston by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
West Roxbury by Anthony Mitchell SammarcoMassachusetts
Battle Creek: Then and Now by Martin AshleyMichigan
Bay City by Leon KatzingerMichigan
Grosse Pointe by Ann Marie AliottaMichigan
Hamtramck by Greg KowalskiMichigan
South Oakland County by Paul VachonMichigan
St. Charles by Vicki Berger ErwinMissouri
St. Louis by David A. LossosMissouri
Butte by Matt VincentMontana
Franklin by Elizabeth C. JewellNew Hampshire
Meredith (NH) (Then and Now) by Bruce D. HealdNew Hampshire
Asbury Park and Neptune by Robert GilinskyNew Jersey
Chester by John S. CaseNew Jersey
Princeton by Richard D. SmithNew Jersey
Albany by Don RittnerNew York
Bay Ridge by Peter ScarpaNew York
The Bronx by Kathleen A. McAuleyNew York
Central Park by Edward J. LevineNew York
Chinatowns of New York City by Wendy Wan-Yin TanNew York
Dobbs Ferry by Judith Doolin SpikesNew York
Fairport and Perinton by William KeelerNew York
Gravesend, Brooklyn by Joseph DittaNew York
Irvington by Judith Doolin SpikesNew York
Long Island City by Greater Astoria Historical SocietyNew York
Lower East Side by Eric FerraraNew York
Queens by Jason D. AntosNew York
Schenectady by Don RittnerNew York
Smithtown by Bradley HarrisNew York
Staten Island by Thomas W. MatteoNew York
Troy by Don RittnerNew York
Utica by Joseph P. BottiniNew York
Charlotte by Don SchickNorth Carolina
Greensboro by Lynn SalsiNorth Carolina
New Bern by Vina Hutchinson-FarmerNorth Carolina
Topsail Island by BJ CothranNorth Carolina
Wilmington by Susan Taylor BlockNorth Carolina
Winston-Salem by Molly Grogan RawlsNorth Carolina
Chester County by Chester County Camera ClubPennsylvania
Gettysburg by Dolly NasbyPennsylvania
King of Prussia by J. Michael MorrisonPennsylvania
Lower Northeast Philadelphia by Louis M. IatarolaPennsylvania
Phoenixville by Vincent Martino, Jr.Pennsylvania
Memphis by Robert W. DyeTennessee
Abingdon by Donna Gayle AkersVirginia
Herndon by Laura Reasoner JonesVirginia
Lorton by Yoshie LewisVirginia
Lynchburg by Dorothy T PotterVirginia
Mathews County by Janice C. VogelVirginia
Patrick County by Thomas D. PerryVirginia
Virginia Beach by Amy Hayes CastleberryVirginia
Washington County by Joe TennisVirginia
Seattle by Clark HumphreyWashington
Charleston by Billy Joe PeytonWest Virginia
Harpers Ferry by Dolly NasbyWest Virginia
Wheeling by Seán Patrick DuffyWest Virginia
Watertown by William F. III JannkeWisconsin
Adams Morgan by Celestino ZapataDC
Washington, D.C. by Paul K. WilliamsDC

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Collections of side-by-side images of the past and present which give readers a revealing look at the evolution of small towns and downtowns across America.

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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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