Holiday Gift Suggestion: Working in the USA by Christine Hauber

While not directly related to historic theaters,  I would like to bring your attention to a unique and inspiring book.  I met photographer Christine Hauber several years ago when she was traveling the country in search of material for her book, Working in the USA.  Take a moment to explore the link below – this beautifully photographed volume might just be that one special gift that you’ve been searching for – or maybe for yourself.

http://www.workingintheusa.com/Book/buynow.html
and her general photography site at
http://www.workingintheusa.com
for some unique and inspiring gifts of art and artistry.

It’s one of those hard to explain episodes in life, but my chance encounter with Christine and our subsequent conversation brought me a sense of solace and peace during a time of uncertainty and disquiet.  Perhaps bringing her artistry to your attention today is a small way to repay that moment.

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Holiday Gift Suggestion: Working in the USA by Christine Hauber

While not directly related to historic theaters,  I would like to bring your attention to a unique and inspiring book.  I met photographer Christine Hauber several years ago when she was traveling the country in search of material for her book, Working in the USA.  Take a moment to explore the link below – this beautifully photographed volume might just be that one special gift that you’ve been searching for – or maybe for yourself.

http://www.workingintheusa.com/Book/buynow.html
and her general photography site at
http://www.workingintheusa.com
for some unique and inspiring gifts of art and artistry.

It’s one of those hard to explain episodes in life, but my chance encounter with Christine and our subsequent conversation brought me a sense of solace and peace during a time of uncertainty and disquiet.  Perhaps bringing her artistry to your attention today is a small way to repay that moment.

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