PUBLISHING PROGRESS REPORT! 12/18/2021

December 18, 2021
We are on schedule for the fourth edition of DC PHOTO BOOKS and I had the time to make a few changes and updates. I was also able to insert a few special moments I had m...
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PROOFING!

December 15, 2021
We are close to finished and the new images and pages all match up. The nice thing about the ability to revise these books is the opportunity to watch the city grow and c...
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HUB ORDERING FOR 2022

December 13, 2021
This is a proof for the 2022 or FOURTH edition of the DC PHOTO BOOK which will include new material on Eisenhower, Korea, Arlington, and a some new DC centric images ie:...
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NATIONAL CATHEDRAL: A GRAND EXIT FOR BOB DOLE

December 10, 2021
Senator Robert Dole's life was celebrated at the National Cathedral today. President Biden spoke about his thirty year working relationship with Dole. After the funeral,...
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"CALL ME BOB"

December 09, 2021
I never called him Bob. He was a fellow who saw the world clearly and "made stuff happen" oftentimes not taking credit. Long after he left the Senate and ran for the Pres...
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HOLIDAY DISCOUNT: PUBLISHING NEWS 11/2021

November 27, 2021
HOLIDAY DISCOUNT: Through the first of the year, there will be a twenty percent discount using the code "kilroy" as you check out. DC PHOTO BOOK is the most comprehen...
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MILITARY WOMEN'S MEMORIAL

November 26, 2021
The Military Women's Memorial is closing for six months. Formerly “Women in Military Service”, the new foundation head is CWS Phyllis J. Wilson. Donna Houle was promoted...
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THE REACH: KENNEDY CENTER

November 24, 2021
The "Kleenex Box on the Hudson" is extending itself outdoors with a new section called "The Reach". Here a sculptural piece by Joel Shapiro called "Blue" is on display in...
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"THE NEW DC"

November 24, 2021
I've had a couple of nice days making images of the new Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge and adjacent waterways. Maine Avenue (the Channel) and the Southeast areas were...
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