“Perrysburg Village Voices,” New Local History Book Available
The year 2016 will mark 200 years since the founding of Perrysburg and the coming bicentennial is being heralded with a new book.
Richard Baranowski, Way Library’s Local History Librarian is releasing “Perrysburg Village Voices: Hometown Stories of the Past.” Subtitled “Celebrating Perrysburg’s Bicentennial 1816-2016,” the book contains 50 transcribed oral history interviews, many conducted at the library in his role as local history librarian. The book features a lively cross section of Perrysburg city and township residents, many of whom are descendants of Perrysburg pioneer families. Enhancing the book are 175 photographs, some dating back to the mid-1800s. The price of this hardcover volume is $25.00 plus $5.00 for shipping and handling.
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