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PITT'S GLORIOUS SEASON A brief illustrated guide to the University of Pittsburgh's 1910 championship football season T.R. Lazorishak
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In 1910, the University of Pittsburgh fielded a talented football team. With a terrific head coach (a future war hero/Medal of Honor winner) and outstanding All-Americans like "Tex" Richards, Pitt went undefeated, held ALL its opponents scoreless and became co-national champions of college football! This is a brief, illustrated summary of that stellar team/season of long ago.
Pro Football 1920-1921 T.R. Lazorishak
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An upstart league, the American Professional Football Association...started by a Canton, Ohio, car dealer, begins play in 1920... In 1922, its name would be changed to a now well-known league, now in its 100th season, the National Football League, the NFL... This short, illustrated work discusses the APFA origin, its teams & tough players like Guy Chamberlin, George Halas & Jim Thorpe...they left their blood, sweat, joy & tears on hardscrabble fields around America... This is their story...teams like the Akron Pros, Buffalo All Americans, Columbus Panhandles, Decatur Staleys & short-lived, obscure teams like the Evansville (Indiana) Crimson Giants...
SERGEANT CORBETT the erratic soldier who shot President Lincoln's assassin in 1865 T.R. Lazorishak
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John Wilkes Booth, the handsome actor & assassin of President Abe Lincoln, is surrounded by members of the Union Army's 16th New York Cavalry Regiment in a tobacco barn... Refusing to surrender like his associate, David Herold, Booth will be shot by Sgt. Boston Corbett, a religious zealot. This is the short, illustrated story of Corbett's strange life, using Civil War photos of the time.
SOARING BOLDLY American aviators of the early 20th century T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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Men like Glenn Curtiss, Frank P. Lahm & "Hap" Arnold, along with women like Blanche Scott, learn to fly aircraft This is a brief, illustrated summary of some of those brave souls, both military & civilian... some gave all they could, their lives, while doing what they loved
SOLDIERS MADE OF STEEL: World War I Medal of Honor winners T.R. Lazorishak
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During the intense fighting in Europe during World War I, many U.S. Army soldiers performed gallantly in combat. Some went well above & beyond the call of duty. Those most deserving received America's highest honor, the Medal of Honor. Some soldiers (such as 2nd Lieutenant Albert E. Baesel of Ohio) gave all they could, their lives, while performing heroic acts. Though not a comprehensive list, some of the most noteworthy men (& their selfless acts of bravery) are highlighted here, using vintage photographs.
THE 1920 AKRON PROS A brief history of the first APFA/NFL champion! T.R. Lazorishak
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In 1920, in northeast Ohio, the Akron Professionals (better known as "the Pros"), fielded a very talented football team. The gridiron team was part of the fledgling American Professional Football Association, the APFA (the league changed its name to the National Football League in 1922). Akron would win the first APFA championship and, in so doing, became the first NFL champion! This is a brief history of that stellar season of long ago.
TSAR NICHOLAS II OF RUSSIA A photographic journey T.R. Lazorishak
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The last tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, reigns in turbulent times. By the end of his reign, in 1918, the Romanov will be murdered by brutal communists...and, sadly, his wife, Alexandra, and all of their five children, will meet the same fate. This is the Tsar's story...in vintage photographs of the time. It recalls a time of long ago that is gone forever.
U.S. ARMY AIRPLANES & PERSONNEL, 1908-1918 A photo journey back in time T.R. Lazorishak
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In the early 20th century, aviation was in its infancy. Military aviation began to take shape. The U.S. Army Signal Corps' "Aeronautical Division" was designated as the first military aviation unit in the U.S. armed forces. With the help of men like the Wright Brothers (of Dayton, Ohio) and aircraft builder, Glenn Curtiss, things began to develop. This is a photographic journey showing airplanes and key personnel of the time (1908-1918). The United States Air Force of today has those early aviators of the U.S. Army to thank for its success and growth.
U.S. Army Generals 1917-1918 T.R. Lazorishak
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In western Europe, a chaotic, violent world war rages... by April, 1917, the United States gets involved... It sends many thousands of troops into harm's way... & generals like John J. Pershing, a Missouri native, to lead them... This is a brief sampling of some of those intrepid generals... using vintage photos of the time
UNION ARMY GENERALS of the Civil War T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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During the American Civil War, many men served as generals in the Union Army... men like U.S. Grant...but also less well-known men like Gen. Osterhaus & Gen. Reynolds... this is a brief look at some of those generals...through photographs & illustrations of the time... some, like Gen. McPherson & Gen. Reynolds, gave all they could...their lives...

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