Southern Oregon Deal: "Jackson County: Looking Back" Vol. II
We're so lucky to have grown up in Jackson County with its rich history, colorful stories, and fascinating people. Following the overwhelming success of their first Looking Back book, The Mail Tribune worked with the Southern Oregon Historical Society to publish a second coffee table book celebrating where we’re from and the people who made Jackson Co. so wonderful--Jackson County: Looking Back - Volume II.
“Jackson County: Looking Back”, is a beautiful hardcover coffee table book that captures the history of Jackson County in photos from the 40s, 50s and 60s. Written by Ben Truwe and photo selection by Dawna Curler, this book is a definite collectable. “Jackson County: Looking Back - Volume II” includes notable people, places and things like The Big Y, Camp White, Southern Oregon College of Education, Fluhrer’s Bakery, Jack’s Drive-Up, Cubby’s and much more. Do you remember JFK as the Grand Marshal of the Pear Blossom Festival? Does Dick Fosbury, the Ashland High Grad and innovator of the "Fosbury Flop" ring a bell? Order yours soon!
The Fine Print:
-Promotional value does not expire
-Not to be combined with other offers
-Full face value must be used at the time of purchase-Pick up at Mail Tribune offices at 111 N. Fir St. in Medford