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March is upon us and this month we are publishing an amazing selection of exciting books. We would like to draw your attention to Franz Kline in Coal Country—the first biography to examine the formative years of one of the most celebrated painters of the twentieth century. It contains over 100 of his earliest drawings, cartoons, letters, photos, paintings, and linoleum-block prints—most of which little-known and published for the first time.
A unique look at the earliest physicians to arrive in Pittsburgh who had their roots in military service is presented in Physician-Soldiers at the Forks: The Impact of the Military on Medical Care in Pittsburgh (1754 – 1900). The book looks at the legacy of these physician-soldiers, which extends from the pioneer days through to modern times.
Abandoned New York: The Forgotten Beauties offers readers a trip back to a grander time of architecture and living. From urban New York City to the vast rural areas above it, the photographs in this publication capture the remains of buildings, many now reclaimed by nature.
Abandoned Illinois: Secrets Behind The Spaces