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Along Route 66

“With Along Route 66, professional photographer, Quinta Scott, has complited a fun and unforgettable collection of images that immortalizes the great American Adyssey.” BookPage

“This is no book. but rather a time machine.” -Kansas City Star

Along Route 66 is available from the University of Oklahoma Press in hardcover at a 40% discount, and in soft cover at a 60% discount.

Route66: The Highway and Its People

“[Route 66’s] appeal lies in the graceful way it explores the impact of that long black ribbon on the lives of the people who lived beside it and in the book’s explanation of how U.S.66 ’became a highway the country could not forget.’..Today, as this book’s text and photographs emphasize, there’s not much left besides the legend. The two-lane blacktop has crumbled and most of the people who lived beside the old road have moved away or died. But while the new interstates are faster and safer, it is impossible not to miss old Route 66. Fortunately, the words and pictures of this delightful book preserve the memories of a road that ran through everyone’s life.”–Wall Street Journal

Route 66 is available from the University of Oklahoma Press.

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  1. […] to her credit: The Eads Bridge across the Mississippi at St. Louis (text by Howard S. Miller), Route 66: The Highway and Its People (text by Susan Croce Kelly) and a follow-up entitled Along Route 66: The Architecture of […]

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