Country Stores

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Longstreet Press, 1993 - Art - 121 pages
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This book of beautiful drawings, with colorful history woven throughout, delightfully recaptures that dying American institution, the country store. Harrison's artistry brings back to life these old-time edifices, in all their homespun charm and crammed-shelf practicality. 30 photographs; 16 color illustrations.

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User Review  - Duane - Goodreads

For anyone interested in the history of Country Stores and what made them so special, this is a great book. Filled with illustrations from the artists work, you get to read how country stores came to ... Read full review


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Screenwriter, poet, and fiction writer Jim Harrison lives in Michigan.

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