Did you know that the Wizard himself from the "Wizard of Oz" was a former Pound Ridger? That the high school created a big brouhaha in the 1940s? That The Inn at Pound Ridge was a palooza watering hole for such characters as Tallulah Bankhead and Jackie Gleason? Read on!
POUND RIDGE PAST -- with graphic design by Gina Federico and photography by Fran Collin -- features stories about town carnivals, one-room school houses, air-raid drills during World War II, harrowing ice-, snow- and rainstorms, cocktail parties among the journalist and advertising set, and lots more about life in this American town from the rural 1920s to the swinging 1970s.
Click the following highlighted links for more information on where to purchase signed copies of POUND RIDGE PAST. (Many thanks to these generous merchants for supporting local authors.)
(in The Bedford Store on the village green)
* If you would like a personally signed copy, ping me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wishing all of my kind readers a happy holiday season!