Due to the overwhelming response to "Winston-Salem Memories: The Early Years," Winston-Salem Journal is happy to announce a second hardcover pictorial history book, "Winston-Salem Memories II: A Pictorial History of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s."
We are proud to partner with the Old Salem Museums & Gardens, Special Collections & Archives at State Archives of North Carolina, Winston Salem African American Archive, Winston-Salem State University, and Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest University. This heirloom-quality coffee-table book will feature a glimpse of the Winston-Salem area from 1940–1969 with a brief reprise of the early years, through stunning historic photos. In addition to images carefully selected from the archives of our partners, we are thrilled to include photographic memories from our readers.
Beautiful and well made
My gift recipients expressed being happy with the publication.
It was interesting to see photos from my era in this edition (#2). Inclusion of a wide span of the W-S population was appreciated (WSSU & East Winston). Collectively, we all are a part of the fabric of our community. Just 'bummed' that I didn't see a picture of me in the portfolio.
The books arrived in a timely manner. I’ve enjoyed reading it and love all the pictures! 2 of the books are Christmas gifts for my grown children who now live in Portland, Oregon and Boston, Massachusetts - they each received book 1 last year for Christmas! Thanks again for great books!
Note: images on this promotional page may not appear in final product.