The folks at Arcadia Publishing has offered me two copies of their new book Images of America: Louisville’s Germantown and Schnitzelburg to give away to you, lovely Consuming Louisville readers.
Author Lisa M. Pisterman researched property records; archived photograph collections, family photographs, census records, and city directories; and conducted interviews with local historians, longtime residents, and descendants of early community business owners in the Germantown/Schnitzelburg area.Images of America: Louisville’s Germantown and Schnitzelburg provides a trip into the lives of these early citizens, their homes and businesses, and daily life in this community during the last century.
To be entered to win just leave a comment telling us your favorite thing about Germantown or Schnitzelburg. A business? A street? A building? Whatever. You pick it and tell us about. I’ll choose two winners at random from all the entries I receive by 8PM on Sunday February 13, 2011.
You know of course if I were entering the contest my answer would be Nord’s. If you aren’t one of the lucky winners the book will go on sale Monday February 14. You can buy it online and I bet it will be available at Carmichael’s as well.
The author of the book will be signing copies at Goss Avenue Antiques and Interiors on Saturday February 19 at noon. I